Detroit submits bid for Amazon HQ2

Detroit submits bid for Amazon HQ2

Detroit’s bid is on the way for Amazon’s second headquarters called HQ2. It wasn’t just a Detroit city bid. The entire region collaborated. The goal is to show the world Detroit was made to move. The stakes are huge. Amazon’s brings with it 50,000 jobs and would add to the innovative culture Detroit has cultivated […]

Detroit’s Cappy Hour makes dollars and sense for java junkies

Detroit’s Cappy Hour makes dollars and sense for java junkies

Like the product it’s known for, Avalon International Breads has become a staple for Detroiters. Loyal customers know the bakery for its great bread, pastry, muffins, and croissants, as well as soups, flatbread pizzas, and assorted other foodstuffs. As if their following wasn’t loyal enough, Avalon has paired with Mighty Good Coffee to boost their […]

There will be dancin’ in the streets around Detroit’s Downtown Synagogue Oct. 12

There will be dancin’ in the streets around Detroit’s Downtown Synagogue Oct. 12

  If you’re in the neighborhood around the Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue on October 12 you’re going to see people dancing in the streets carrying the Torah. It’s an age-old tradition called Simchat Torah that celebrates the Jewish love and study of the Torah. The event is appropriately called “Dancin’ in the Streets: Simchat Torah.” Simchat […]

Indigenous Peoples’ Day promoted by Detroit City Council Member Castaneda Lopez

Indigenous Peoples’ Day promoted by Detroit City Council Member Castaneda Lopez

  How we recognize and celebrate each other is important. That’s the basis behind a proposal scheduled for introduction Tuesday by City Council Member Raquel Castañeda-López and a coalition of Indigenous leaders in Detroit, who want to declare the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples’ Day, instead of Columbus Day. The City of Detroit recognizes the need […]

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