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Editor’s Letter: Please Enjoy Our May Issue Responsibly

In this month's letter, 'Hour Detroit' editor Dan Caccavaro talks our coverage on internet gambling, beer, and magic mushrooms
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Grosse Pointe Native Derek Stevens Is Sin City’s Most Interesting Rising Mogul

With a new $1 billion resort, Stevens spoke to us about how he's paying homage to his hometown and why the Michigan casino market isn't for him
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Ford House Debuts a New Visitor Center This Spring

The “green” building will feature rotating exhibits, an event space, and a restaurant

Detroit Mercy and Wayne State to Host Conference on Just Environments

The Environmental Design Research Association’s spring conference will be a five-day virtual event

Work Post-COVID: WFH May Be Here To Stay

A lot of us really love working from home — and that shift in attitude will have an impact on how and where we do our jobs after the pandemic

Your Update on 4 Long-Touted Detroit Developments

We look at the status of the Gordie Howe International Bridge, Packard Plant restoration, Hudson's site, and Michigan Central Station. Plus, six more projects to keep your eye on.
paul milgrom

Detroit Native Paul Milgrom on Winning the Nobel Prize in Economics

The University of Michigan alum has designed auctions that make a Sotheby’s art sale look like child’s play

Interpreter Jackie Thompson Says ‘Don’t Count Deaf Folks Out’

Thompson, who signs at Mayor Mike Duggan's COVID-19 new conferences, makes our 2021 Hour Detroiters list, a roundup of people who are quietly ­— and sometimes not so quietly — enriching life across the region
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Stay-at-Home Orders Seem To Have Boosted Recreational Pot Sales

Nationwide cannabis sales so far in 2020 are up 40 percent over 2019

Inside a Cannabis Testing Lab

Infinite Chemical Analysis Labs in Jackson is testing cannabis products for safety, quality, and consistency
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Will Detroiters Get Their Share of the Recreational Cannabis Market?

As Detroit moves to open up its enormous recreational cannabis market, city leaders vow to make sure real Detroiters aren’t left behind — even if it means stifling the industry’s growth
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How Businesses Can Make Their Workplace Safer During the Pandemic

Whitney Marx of interior design business MarxModa shares her tips
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How Interior Designers Are Helping Businesses During the Pandemic

The latest interior design trend: workspaces that help keep COVID-19 at bay

17 Local Businesses Compete for More than $1 Million in Funding as Part of...

This year's Rocket Mortgage pitch competition aims to support local entrepreneurs during the pandemic
HOA community pool

Metro Detroit HOAs Question if They Should Open Their Community Pools

America’s favorite summer pastime may also be an infection risk
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Belle Isle Has Emerged From Neglect — but Its List of Needs is Daunting

The Detroit staple has become a model of how public and private interests can combine efforts to meet a worthwhile challenge
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Beyond Overtaxation: Ending Detroit’s Cycle of Poverty, Foreclosure, and Blight

The city overtaxed homeowners $600 million between 2010 and 2016
Dr. Zazove

A Pioneering Deaf Doctor on Why His Profession Needs More People with Disabilities

Dr. Philip Zazove was just the third deaf person licensed to practice medicine in the U.S.

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