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Hamtramck


Hamtramck is a 2.2-square-mile city within the city, packed with a population that is one of the region's most diverse and culturally unique, with strong influences from people with Polish, Bangladeshi, Arab, Bosnian and African American backgrounds. Add to that ethnic mix a growing population of artists, hipsters, students and Midtown and downtown professionals who appreciate living in a vibrant, walkable neighborhood minutes away from anywhere by car or bicycle.
 

Features

City Bird List

Model D's guide to shopping local this holiday season

Thanks to this handy guide, you have no excuse not to do all of your holiday shopping in Detroit this year.

Bookstore List

Holiday season brings good tidings of new Detroit bookstores

Booklovers in Detroit are about to get three new shops where they can scratch their literary itch: Silva Rerum, Pages on Livernois, and Bookspace Detroit.

improv list

Why Detroit's improv comedy scene is no joke

Detroit is not exactly NYC, Chicago, or L.A., but the local improv scene, which has produced national talents like Keegan-Michael Key, is thriving thanks to dedicated performers and theaters like Planet Ant and Go Comedy!.

List Youth brigade from Hamtramck Free School working on posters

There's a thin line between art and life at the Hamtramck Neighborhood Arts Festival

On Saturday, Oct. 11, the fifth annual Hamtramck Neighborhood Arts Festival pops up in galleries, storefronts, and lots across the 2.1-square-mile city and adjacent Detroit neighborhoods.

Beth Olem List

A peek inside Beth Olem, the cemetery that was swallowed by a GM plant

One of Michigan's oldest Jewish cemeteries is hidden on the grounds of GM's Detroit/Hamtramck Assembly Plant. It's only open six hours every year, so lucky for you, we took some pictures.
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