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Parking enforcement ramps up this week

Starting Tuesday, the free ride (er, park) is over, and "parking enforcement officers…will resume writing tickets citywide for violators of Detroit’s new parking regulations," reports the Detroit News.

Did someone just write the first honest review of Detroit's food scene?

There's no denying it: Detroit's food scene is growing like a pubescent adolescent. New spots are popping up every week, and there's more delicious food being served in the city than there has been in quite some time. It is important, however, to keep some perspective.

Free Press explores Detroit's top 35 street art pieces

Detroit is a street artist Mecca. Check out why in an amazing feature from the Detroit Free Press.

Write a House, Detroit's permanent writer's residency, announces 10 finalists

Last year, Write a House renovated a vacant house it had purchased at the Wayne County tax foreclosure auction, then gave it away to a poet -- for free. This year, Write a House will give a second formerly vacant house away to another worthy writer.

Job sprawl a major problem for Detroit residents

On the whole, Detroit has approximately 200 jobs per 1,000 residents, which is significantly worse than other cities, even those also located in the Rust Belt.

Lafayette Park receives National Historic Landmark status

The largest collection of buildings by famed German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe is located in Detroit's Lafayette Park neighborhood just east of downtown.

Detroit rolls out new parking technology, new rates for some areas

Over the next two weeks, the city will be rolling out its new parking system, ParkDetroit, by installing new meters throughout the city.

18th annual tour of Detroit gardens and farms to showcase city as capital of urban ag

Detroit is home to over 1,400 urban gardens and farms. Tour a selection of them on August 5.

Sick of potholes, Hamtramckans take to the streets with shovels and cold patch

In Hamtramck, a group of residents fed up with the status quo have decided to take matters – and shovels – into their own hands to improve road conditions in their community.

Urban Bean Co., a Capitol Park stalwart, looks for help to modernize equipment

As new businesses move into Capitol Park, the Urban Bean Co. is hoping to secure a crowd-funded, interest free Kiva Zip loan of $5,000 to modernize its equipment and remain competitive with national chains.

Can Greece learn from Detroit's example?

While some publications are comparing Detroit to Brooklyn, CityLab sees a similarity between Detroit and Greece, the most financially distressed member or the Eurozone.

RIP Park Avenue Hotel, 1924-2015

Watch 91 years of history implode in seconds.

YouthfulCities seeks Detroit research fellow

To help create its latest index of youth-friendly cities, YouthfulCities is hiring research fellows in cities around the world, including Detroit.

Fortune Magazine highlights growth of black women-owned businesses in Detroit

Black women are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the country, and Detroiters are helping drive this trend.

WDET asks Detroit residents to collect data on local parks

Volunteer monitors can visit a local park or greenway, observe what's happening, and report back by filling out a survey on your smartphone or tablet. 
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