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Eastern Market is Detroit's Saturday marketplace for fresh fruit and veggies, plus a growing number of foodie entrepreneurs. All week long, however, the neighborhood is home to great restaurants, bars, shops, lofts apartments, and small businesses.

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A freeway reimagined

Getting creative about freeway removal: If Portland can do it, why can't Detroit?

Last week, we kicked off a three-part series asking Detroiters to imagine a new future for I-375, America's shortest (and arguably silliest) Interstate. For part two of the series, we present you with transportation projects from around the world where a community's collective desire for well-designed and healthy urban environments lead to creative transformations of freeways.

Can Detroiters imagine more creative uses for I-375 than those currently proposed?

Reimagining America's silliest Interstate: Introducing a series on the future of I-375

Can Detroiters imagine more creative uses for I-375 than those currently proposed? Model D begins a series of three features that dare to dream big about the transformation of America's least useful freeway.

A Model D speaker series event

Join us May 7 for MakerLab, a Model D speaker series event

On May 7, Model D is teaming up with The Henry Ford to bring you MakerLab, a series of live presentations by Detroit makers where they will discuss their craft and the city's growing maker culture.

They've got soul at Peoples Records

Your guide to Record Store Day in Detroit and Hamtramck

In advance of Record Store Day 2015 (happening Saturday, April 18) here is a guide to some of our favorite record stores in the cities of Detroit and Hamtramck.

Workers trim brisket at United Meat and Deli

The corned beef effect: How St. Patrick's Day drives the local food economy

A pair of family-run Detroit businesses have grown into major producers of corned beef, supplying markets throughout the country with their specialty products. They've spent months gearing up for St. Patrick's Day.
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