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My Detroit Public Schools Experience And The Plight Of New StudentsThe biggest reason why Detroit Public Schools are not succeeding.
An Ode To Stuart ScottA tribute to a man who's "as cool as the other side of the pillow."
The Ali Effect And The Modern Sports ActivistShould entertainers take the money and leave ... or use their platform to bring about change?
You May Never Text And Drive Again After Watching This AdThe cast from social-media-based reality show "SummerBreak" appeared in a powerful anti-texting and driving PSA (public service announcement) posted to YouTube Tuesday.
Concert Of Colors Artist Spotlight: Tarik Al-KadhimDo you enjoy music that allows you to feel free and independent?
Ask A Detroit Expert: Stylish Father’s Day GiftsDad is reliable and is guaranteed to offer an abundance advice and support along the way.
What To Wear To Hour's Best Of Detroit PartySlip into your best ensemble, pull out those dancing shoes and bring a full appetite for a night of full entertainment in the D.
Teacher's Pet: A Rehabilitation Program For Troubled Youth And Shelter DogsTeacher's Pet is an intervention program that pairs troubled youth with hard-to-adopt shelter dogs.
Dearborn's Arab American Community: A Culture Of Generosity When people who are not familiar with Arab American or Muslim American culture come to the city, they experience the community's warmth and friendliness and are leaving with a changed outlook.
Ask An Expert: Detroit Spring Fashion Trends Of 2016Keep it light, whimsical and bright this spring with a few of the season’s biggest trends. This year, designers have embraced feminine touches such as lace, florals, and a little sparkle to create ready-to-wear spring looks.
Renaissance Center, Michigan Landmarks To Turn Blue For Autism AwarenessWhy are the Mackinaw Bridge and Renaissance Center buildings turning blue on April 2, 2016? They will help raise awareness for autism through the Autism Speaks international campaign, “Light It Up Blue,” on World Autism Awareness Day.

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