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Women in the Workforce, Renting in Detroit, a Strange Podcast, and More

Get stats on women in the workforce after the COVID-19 pandemic, along with details on how affordable renting in Detroit is. Plus, a macabre...

A Look Inside Beaumont’s New Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Diane Moskal waited 14 years to see new parents and their babies get some sunshine.Moskal is retired now, having worked for 37 years at...

Worn Stories: Marsha Music Celebrates Detroit History in Style

"People say, What are you?’ I’m a Detroitist.” This is how Marsha Music describes herself as a self-proclaimed, unofficial ambassador for the city. The...

Meet the Architect Overseeing the Michigan Central Project

Ford executives, casting about for a firm to oversee a master plan for redeveloping Michigan Central Station and the 30-acre area around it, landed on...

How 3D Printing is Making Difficult Medical Procedures Easier

In the summer of 2022, a patient came into Henry Ford Hospital with an enormous hole in his heart. The hole was, more technically...

The Grand Reopening of Michigan Central Station

In the mid-1930s, when the Albert Kahn-designed U.S. Parcel Post Office opened next to the august, celebrated Michigan Central Station, there was precious little public...

How to Make Pinky’s Rooftop’s Mushroom Toast

Pinky's Rooftop in Royal Oak is known for their sharable American- and Asian-inspired dishes along with their a fun (and pink!) atmosphere. Their Mushroom Toast...
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Editor’s Letter: Top Doctors List 2022

I knew from the moment my scalpel sliced through the skin of the fetal pig that I did not want to be a surgeon....
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Top Docs List 2022

1,000+ of metro Detroit’s leading physicians — nominated by their peers
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Public School Teachers, Stopping Bad Bacteria, a Legal Podcast and More

Get stats about the public school teacher shortage, details on a new bacteria that could be linked to Alzheimer's, discover a new, can't-miss podcast...

Study Breaks: 3 Intriguing Findings from Researchers Across Michigan

Data includes a local connection to a supermassive black hole, antibiotic resistance in soil, and more
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101 Year Old Betty Reid Soskin on Civil Rights

Betty Reid Soskin, the oldest park ranger, has retired — but at 101, she’s keeping the conversation going virtually
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Top Docs List 2021

Top doctors are nominated exclusively by M.D.s and D.O.s in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw, and Livingston counties.

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

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