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Kimberly Hayes Taylor

Kimberly Hayes Taylor is national award-winning independent multimedia journalist whose written for newspapers such as The Detroit News, Minneapolis Star Tribune, and USA Today, and a former editor of BLAC Detroit Magazine. 

Features

Tracy Teague, a Production Supervisor at Shinola

Can Detroit become a textile manufacturing hub? Industry professionals think so

Detroit currently lacks the manufacturing capacity and labor force to support local fashion companies. But many people in the field are determined to change that.

Raymond Underwood, winner of the Hagopian Rug Design Contest

"You can't just talk about race anywhere": Detroit youth explore race through the arts

A plethora of art programs across the city offer young Detroiters rich, textured avenues for artistic expression about contemporary racial, cultural, and social justice issues.

Trumbull & Porter Hotel

Detroit is in the midst of a boutique hotel boom. What does it say about the city's economy?

At least eight hotels have opened recently or will open soon in the greater downtown area. What's behind the boutique hotel boom and what will it mean for Detroit's economy?

Dan Carmody, president of the Eastern Market Corporation

Graffiti for good: How muralists and businesses are joining forces to enliven Detroit

The colors from Detroit's new murals are not only making the city a more beautiful place, they're stimulating business, connecting communities, and enhancing Detroit's reputation as a world-renowned art city.
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