Detroit City Council Postpones Vote Again On Tax Break For Hudson's ProjectThe Detroit City Council has delayed a vote on a $60 million tax break for the Hudson's site development.
We Found Hip Hop, Giving Women In Hip Hop A Space To ThrivePiper Carter, Founder of We Found Hip Hop, joins Lisa Germani on Community Connect to talk about the importance of women in hip hop, as well as how We Found Hip Hop continues to grow.
We Are Culture Creators Providing Young Detroit Artists With Necessary Resources To Succeed In Music, LifeReyes, Co-Founder of We Are Culture Creators, joins Lisa Germani on Community Connect to discuss the collective and how it is helping young Detroit artists actualize their dreams in the world of music.
Buddy's Celebrating National Detroit-Style Pizza Day This WeekBuddy's Pizza is celebrating its 76th anniversary and National Detroit-Style Pizza Day (June 23) at the Detroit Zoo.
Gleaners' Meet Up And Eat Up Offers Free Lunch For KidsThousands of kids depend on meals that's usually provided in school, and often times they go hungry in the summer.
Michigan Roundtable Hosts Community Discussion On Diversity, Equity And InclusionMichigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion led the two-day workshop to analyze challenges in racial disparities.
Mental Health Services Expanding In Rural CommunitiesDr. Jaschon Proctor is leading the initiative to create crisis prevention programs through art therapy, medicine, and counseling.
Celebrate Juneteenth This Weekend At These Events In Metro DetroitCommunities across Metro Detroit will celebrate Juneteenth this weekend with events with music, film and other activities.
Eastern Michigan University To Host Juneteenth EventsIn honor of Juneteenth, Eastern Michigan University professors will be hosting a commemorative lecture on Sunday.
Jefferson-Chalmers Neighborhood Puts on Jazzin' at the Vanity to Revitalize the Historic Vanity BallroomJosh Elling, CEO of Jefferson East Inc., and local poet jessica Care moore, join Jackie Paige on Community Connect to talk about the significance of Jazzin’ at the Vanity.
Detroit City Officials Urge Renters To Apply For COVID Relief Aid Before June 30 DeadlineAccording to the MI State Housing Development Authority, the CERA program will stop taking applications at 9 p.m. on June 30. Applications that are submitted on June 30 will still be processed after that date.