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‘Untold Detroit: Beer’ Dives into The History of The City’s Brewing Scene

The series is the Detroit Historical Society’s first podcast
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‘Dope, Hookers and Pavement’ Examines Detroit’s Hardcore Punk Scene

The documentary focuses on 10 months spanning 1981-1982 when musical currency was exchanged in dive bars
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A New 624-Page Book Pays Homage to Cranbrook Academy of Art

Nearly 200 artists are featured in "With Eyes Opened"
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A Metro Detroiter Is Playing a Key Role in a Historic Lunar Mission

Aerospace engineering student Dalton Korczyk talks about his latest project
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In Case You Missed It: Top Stories from the Week (Feb. 15-19)

The QLine may restart services by late summer, Gucci and Detroit vs Everybody are reportedly working together, Movement Music Festival is canceled, and Detroit Youth Choir gets an unscripted series on Disney+
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7 Things to Do This Weekend (Feb. 19-21)

Enjoy a virtual performance from Blues singer Thornetta Davis, check out a silent film about space exploration, and learn more about the art of sculptor Jaume Plensa during U-M’s Penny Stamps Speaker Series
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5 Go-To Spots for Cherry Pie in Metro Detroit

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5 Go-To Spots for Cherry Pie in Metro Detroit

Don’t miss out on these cherry treats

Slurping Turtle’s Duck-Fried Chicken Recipe

Try this Ann Arbor restaurant's dish at home

Metro Detroit’s Largest Restaurant Group Sounds Off on Dining Regulations

The pandemic and state restrictions placed even food industry giants like the group behind Andiamo and Joe Muer at mortal risk

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In Case You Missed It: Top Stories from the Week (Feb. 15-19)

The QLine may restart services by late summer, Gucci and Detroit vs Everybody are reportedly working together, Movement Music Festival is canceled, and Detroit Youth Choir gets an unscripted series on Disney+

Correspondent Heidi Przybyla Brings Her Midwest Perspective To NBC News

The Dearborn Heights native talks about her blue-collar upbringing and how covering presidential races has changed

The Way It Was – Nacirema Club, 1924

The state's first African American social club still stands today

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8 Desk Essentials to Complete your Work-From-Home Space

Increase productivity with these tools and accessories

Designer Laurie Underwood Debuts Collection of Bridal Separates

These elegant pieces let brides switch up their big day looks

A Handbag Designer Fashions a Creative Space That Fuels Her Love of Design

In this month’s I Need My Space feature, we explore the home studio of Caroline Groeneveld, founder of North of Grey

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‘Untold Detroit: Beer’ Dives into The History of The City’s Brewing Scene

The series is the Detroit Historical Society’s first podcast

‘Dope, Hookers and Pavement’ Examines Detroit’s Hardcore Punk Scene

The documentary focuses on 10 months spanning 1981-1982 when musical currency was exchanged in dive bars

A New 624-Page Book Pays Homage to Cranbrook Academy of Art

Nearly 200 artists are featured in "With Eyes Opened"

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