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Despite a slow and steady population loss, Detroit is attracting new residents and welcoming back wayward sons and daughters. The lure of cheap real estate is part of it, but many speak also of possibility, potential and room for creativity. And cheap real estate.

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Bradford Frost

Frost: It's time to rekindle our romance with the Detroit idea

When Bradford Frost first came to Detroit 10 years ago, a glow of hope, camaraderie and, yes, community attached itself to virtually every encounter in this city. It felt like an epic youthful romance. He argues that we need to rekindle that spirit in this essay, a part of Model D's "10 Years of Change" series.

Motor City Pride

Is Detroit on its way to becoming a gay-friendly city?

As our hardscrabble metropolis continues its 21st century evolution, is it finally learning to put its big, strong arms around the diverse and beleaguered LGBT community that calls it home? Signs point to yes.

John Collins (left) and Cornelius Harris of Underground Resistance get the ball rolling

'Keep Detroit weird' and other takeaways from second Detroit-Berlin Connection conference

The second-annual Detroit-Berlin Connection conference began by redefining what "techno" is and ended with a declaration that "we must keep Detroit weird."

Henry Ford Hospital

Anchor institutions drive demand for housing in greater downtown area

Employees of anchor institutions like Henry Ford Health System and Wayne State University are driving demand for housing the greater downtown area. The institutions themselves are responding with purposeful investment in housing and neighborhood infrastructure.

Fisher Body 21 - Detroit Berlin Connection

The Detroit Berlin Connection to host its second conference on May 20

The program, which takes place from 4 until 8 p.m., will include presentations by individuals and organizations involved in art, music, design, innovation, and entrepreneurial efforts in both Detroit and Berlin. Panel discussions and a Q&A session will follow, along with a cocktail hour afterglow where the public can mingle with the speakers.
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