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How 3 Local Influencers Have Pivoted in Response To Troubled Times

These women are using their platforms to uplift others
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Activist Jeynce Poindexter is Fighting for Black Trans Women

While Black transgender people have stepped up for the Black Lives Matter protests across the country, the Detroiter says speakers at these events have rarely taken note of the enhanced danger that Black trans people face
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Metro Detroit HOAs Question if They Should Open Their Community Pools

America’s favorite summer pastime may also be an infection risk

Tommey Walker on Capturing The City’s Unity with Detroit Vs Everybody

The founder has channeled the city’s underdog mentality into both a brand and a cause
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Wayne State University’s Police Chief on the Case for De-escalation

With police under fire, Anthony Holt sees an opportunity for a needed rethink
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The 2020 Taste Makers: Meet the Black Culinarians Powering the Detroit Food Scene

They’re running food empires, diversifying culinary landscapes, and servicing marginalized communities
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Documentary Traces How a Band of Detroit Misfits Built ‘Creem’ Magazine

The film covers the rock publication’s edgy legacy, but it also focuses on the writers and editors who gave the magazine its vehement voice

Recipe for a Losing College Football Season

There’s almost no scenario this year that won’t mean major financial losses for Michigan and Michigan State and the communities around them
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Key Michigan Milestones at the Supreme Court

The state has been central to several landmark rulings

4 Metro Detroit Nail Artists That Will Get You Polished to Perfection

nail salons are back, and the options are infinite

Nakia Wallace Refuses to Let the Battle for Racial Justice Lose Momentum

The Detroit Will Breathe co-organizer has found a calling in what she refers to as “love in the streets”
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It’s A ‘Bittersweet’ Race In Michigan’s 4th District

Following the death of state Rep. Isaac Robinson, the campaign is laden with mixed emotions and a drive to carry on his legacy

Venture Into the Aftermath of ‘Bird Box’ with Josh Malerman’s New Release

"Malorie" takes place 12 years after the events of the original story

How Michigan Candidates are Campaigning in the Pandemic

With handshakes and door knocks off limits, local candidates are courting voters creatively
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Green Beans: The Ultimate Culinary Equalizer

On the Detroit/Hamtramck border, a writer reflects on the deeper significance of a multicultural dinner staple
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Ori Redefines Self-Expression Through Gender-Neutral Beauty Products

The fragrance and skincare line aims to be inclusive with its offerings
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The Way It Was – SS Aquarama, 1960

The ship had space to transport 2,500 passengers and their automobiles, too
up north michigan travel

What to Know Before You Go Up North This Summer

Bring your hiking boots, buy local, and make reservations

Regina Andrew’s New Lighting Collection Elegantly Evokes the Seaside

The Wyandotte home décor store teams up with ”Coastal Living” magazine on the new line

Local Chefs Share 3 Savory Bread Recipes to Try at Home

So, you’ve mastered banana bread. Patisserie-worthy loaves are next.

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