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If my brothers weren’t with me, I would walk alleys to protect myself ... The strangest thing was an 8-, 9- or 10-year-old would be in the alley and feel safer than walking down (their) own street.


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BravoBRAVO! Prepares for Return to the Detroit Opera House

Michigan Opera Theatre's annual fundraising soiree is back and honoring the community's connection to the theatre and to Detroit.
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10 Wedding Gift Ideas Under $100

Let the happy couple know you're rooting for them with these thoughtful wedding gifts that won't break the bank.
Damon Keith

The Life and Legacy of Judge Damon J. Keith

A tribute to the judge who never stopped fighting — for civil rights, fairness and equality for all.
Vegan chef Quiana Que Broden in The Kitchen

Chef Quiana ‘Que’ Broden Serves Up a Healthier Detroit

With a popular blog and The Kitchen, her new-in-2019 restaurant and culinary education space, vegan chef Quiana 'Que' Broden is on a mission to get people to 'eat to live.'
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Detroit Art Week Billboards to Splash Local Artwork Around City

A collaboration between SaveArt Space and Playground Detroit is giving art big visibility on billboards during Detroit Art Week, 16-21, 2019 – and beyond.

The Fashion Massacre Showcase and Art Installation is Back for Its 10th Year

Creative director Tyna "FANCE" Logan is introducing Detroit audiences to a new way to think about fashion with "10,000 Hours Project."
Ashley Johnson

Ashley Johnson, Executive Director of Detroit College Access Network

This first-generation college grad runs a collaboration of organizations that aim to help Detroit students reach their educational goals.