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U.S. cities, Detroit included, are rethinking the alley

A recent article in City Lab explores the way cities, including Detroit, are creatively rethinking use of the alley.

Demand still far outstripping supply in Detroit's greater downtown rental market

In an analysis of greater downtown Detroit's rental market, the Detroit Free Press estimates that for 2016, 700 new units are set to open by the end of the summer. And the ones that have already opened are at or near 100 percent capacity. 

Biking institution celebrates coming of spring with annual open house

Back Alley Bikes and the Hub of Detroit will have an open house and garage sale on April 23 to raise awareness for their programs and services, and usher in another biking season.

Third annual Freep Film Festival kicks off

The film festival that showcases documentary film relevant to Detroit and Michigan is building on past success.

Enjoy vintage video games and cocktails at Michigan Science Center After Dark

The Michigan Science Center invites adults 21 and over to play vintage video games at its monthly happy hour, MiSci After Dark, on Jan. 21.

MiSci After Dark, the thinking person's happy hour, comes to Michigan Science Center

On the third Thursday of every month, MiSci is hosting After Dark, a happy hour that allows adults to experience the museum after hours while enjoying adult beverages.

How to do Small Business Saturday the easy way

Shop Detroit is taking the stress out of holiday shopping by offering free shuttles to Detroit's retail districts on Saturday, Nov. 28.

Is the development craze in Midtown spreading to nearby Milwaukee Junction?

In a longform piece for Bridge Magazine, veteran Detroit journalist Bill McGraw takes a deep look at Milwaukee Junction, an old industrial district that is quickly attracting the interest of local real estate developers.

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