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SMART bus

Will metro Detroit suburbs buy into regional transit?

In the wake of the story of megacommuter James Robertson, some metro Detroit communities are reconsidering their stance when it comes to regional transit.

Detroit schoolkids

Why you should pay attention to a new coalition's recommendations for education in Detroit

Last week, the Coalition for the Future of Detroit Schoolchildren issued a report that all who care about the city should pay attention to, whether they have children or not.

A discussion at Bamboo Detroit

Join us April 16 for "Scaling up in the Food Industry," a Model D speaker series event

On Thursday, April 16, join Model D and Southeast Michigan Startup at Bamboo Detroit for a special panel event where local food entrepreneurs will discuss their experiences growing businesses in the region.

A scene from Oren Goldenberg's "A Requiem for Douglass" installation

Your guide to Art X Detroit

Art X is a celebration featuring 50 free arts events over three weekends in April. Here are a few highlights from this year's schedule.

Curt Bailey

An artist's argument for STEAM education

It would be a shame if kids with a passion for art were somehow led to believe that there is not a place for them in the world of science, technology, and innovation, argues designer and inventor Curt Bailey, which is why he believes it important to insert an 'A' for arts into the STEM acronym.

Detroit Youth Volume students

Detroit Youth Volume inspires east side kids with no-cost violin lessons

The only program in the city to offer violin no-cost lessons using a special training known as the Suzuki Method, Detroit Youth Volume has an innovative ethic that inspires kids from low-income families.

Tod Machover

Tod Machover to capture sounds of the city with 'Symphony in D' project

"This is a place where the past, present and future are all mixed up," says Machover. "There are ghosts here, audio artifacts everywhere, rhythms that are alive. Nowhere I've been is really like Detroit."

McClure's Pickles

Welcome to the Year of the Gazelle, a series looking at metro Detroit's fastest growing companies

Over the next year, we will identify the fastest-growing local companies and tell you the behind-the-scenes stories of the entrepreneurs, investors, and the resources that are building Michigan's new economy.

Ramone Horst next to a bridgeport machine at Focus:HOPE

For metro Detroit families, financial literacy can be the difference between poverty and stability

For the working poor, it's not enough to be employed. An innovative program is helping people reach financial stability by learning how to manage their money.

Radio Campfire's audience at a recent event in Ann Arbor

Radio Campfire, a new audio storytelling series, to sound off at Detroit's Matrix Theatre

Local audiophiles and podcast fans will be pleased to hear that a new audio storytelling series is being produced here in Southeast Michigan. The first Detroit Radio Campfire event is happening Friday, March 27 at the Matrix Theatre in Southwest Detroit.

Geoff George

Opinion: Film incentives are good business for Detroit and Michigan

With the future of Michigan's film tax incentives in question, Detroit cinematographer Geoff George makes the case for why we can't afford to give up on them yet.

Officer J Washington II fastens a bridle on Big Babby for their University District patrol

The Mounted Police Division, the most versatile unit of the Detroit Police Department

For 120 years, officers of the Detroit Mounted Police Division have patrolled neighborhoods throughout the city, interacting with citizens and building positive relationships between the community and the police department.

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.

Detroit blues musicians

13 ways Detroit can assert itself as a music capital

Detroit's musical legacy is indisputable. Its future as a music capital, however, is uncertain. Here are 13 ways the city can help cement its legacy for decades to come.

Detroit Experience Factory's new welcome center

The Detroit Experience Series kicks off with "Green Detroit" tour on April 25

Model D and the Detroit Experience Factory are pleased to announce a collaboration that will help readers visit the neighborhoods, small businesses, and people they read about in Model D. The collaboration begins with a tour of "Green Detroit" happening Saturday, April 25.
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