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From China, with love: Bringing tea culture to Detroit

From our China bureau, Marvin Shaouni reflects on his experience exploring China's tea culture with Detroit entrepreneur Joseph Uhl. He shares some beautiful photos, too.

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Over the river and through your speakers: AM 580 plays Motor City favorites

From our Ontario bureau, Glen Morren has the backstory on CKWW, Motor City Favorites, an AM radio station that pumps out Detroit's hits of yesteryear at 580 KHz on the AM dial. 

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One Detroit, one world: Re-imagining Detroit through diversity and inclusion

Raquel Castaneda-Lopez represents District 6 in Detroit City Council. She recently wrote this piece calling for a more inclusive and global Detroit for our partners at Urban Innovation Exchange.

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Electric transmissions: Why London loves Detroit techno

From our London bureau, ISKA Films and Cass Corridor Films show us why Londoners can't get enough Detroit techno.

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'Hip hop is in everything, everything is hip hop': Piper Carter and the 5e Gallery

Our partners at Urban Innovation Exchange share this profile of Piper Carter, who is helping build a community around hip hop, sustainability, and DIY culture at Midtown's 5e Gallery.

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Breaking down city hall's bureaucracy at Open City's season finale

The 2013-2014 season of Open City concluded last week at Cliff Bell's, where a panel of city officials and a small business owner broke down the bureaucracy of city hall and discussed how to streamline licensing and permitting processes for Detroit businesses. Aaron Mondry has this recap.

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Choosing to raise kids in Detroit: Why and how local families are doing it.

It's no secret that young professionals have gravitated to Detroit's urban center in recent years, but what happens when they start having kids? Nina Misuraca Ignaczak spoke with some families who have made the commitment to stay and raise their kids in the city.

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Jim Boyle: It's time to celebrate and reward Detroit's existing businesses

Existing businesses in Detroit, Hamtramck, and Highland Park don't get the attention that startups do, but a new program is set to reward 32 existing businesses with $500,000 in prizes for their ideas for growth.

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ASSEMBLE@Mackinac to bring new voices to the policy conversation

The people behind ASSEMBLE are hosting an event concurrent with the Mackinac Policy Conference with the goal of expanding access to Detroit policy discussions.

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Urban alleys become pathways to revitalization

From Seattle to Washington D.C., forgotten alleys are being reinvented as people-friendly spaces. Often perceived as dirty and dangerous, alleys are moving beyond garbage and garages, and becoming havens for pedestrians, public art and small businesses.

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Michigan gets serious about keeping money and jobs out of the landfill through recycling

Michigan may be great at recycling beverage containers, but that's where the Mitten State's recycling fame ends. A new state-led effort is hoping to change that by making it easier to recycle and building local markets so we can keep money -- and jobs -- out of the landfill.

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City Kids: Belle Isle kicks off a kid-friendly spring

For generations, Belle Island has been a fair weather destination for families with kids. This year, improvements to the island and expanded hours at a few of its institutions make it an even better spot for kids to play. Amy Kuras has the scoop.

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Detroit's other industry: Food and Agriculture in the Motor City

Model D launches a new series that will explore a different aspect of Metro Detroit's food and agriculture economy each month -- from food entrepreneurs and farmers to the logistics of food distribution in the region.

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Collaborative video project to document a day in the life of Detroit

On Saturday, April 26, Detroit's film and video community will embark on a collaborative project documenting a day in the life of the city. Will you join them?

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Satori Shakoor and the power of telling true stories

Satori Shakoor is a performer who believes that true stories have the power to transform people. Dennis Archambault tells us how Shakoor's stories transform audiences every month at the Charles H. Wright Museum in Midtown.
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