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Detroit Ento to host five-course dinner featuring edible insects

Insects are a high-protein food source. But most are averse to trying them. To raise awareness about their potential, Detroit Ento, in collaboration with Salt and Cedar, is hosting "Detroit's first edible insect culinary event."

Big Ideas+Small Projects wants you to present your small-scale project

Countless small projects take place in Detroit every day -- projects that don't get much fanfare outside the community, neighborhood, or even block in which they have an impact. If you've worked on something small but special in the last year, we'd like to hear from you.


Final year of NEI's challenge to grant local businesses a total of $500K

On April 20, the New Economy Initiative kicked-off the third and final year of the NEIdeas challenge, "a two-tiered challenge awarding $500,000 to existing small businesses in Detroit, Hamtramck, and Highland Park for their ideas to grow."

Week of events celebrating and supporting Detroit entrepreneurs starts May 2

Detroit Entrepreneur Week (DEW) is a 6-day festival that takes place across three Detroit neighborhoods through events, workshops and seminars.

Emerging leaders: Help us tell the story of metro Detroit

Are you an emerging leader in metro Detroit with big ideas about how to make the region better? If so, apply now to join our editorial advisory board in partnership with Metro Matters.


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.

Detroit Tigers experience explosive financial growth

Though better broadcast rights deals and steady attendance, The Detroit Tigers have grown 300 percent in the last decade.

U.S. Census Bureau says metro Detroit grew in 2015

As recently as 2009, metro Detroit experienced the largest population losses in the country. In 2015, the region grew, albeit modestly.

Knight Arts Challenge Detroit accepting submissions now through May 2

The Knight Foundation Arts Challenge begins its fourth year of awarding artists grants for engaging Detroit through the arts. 


Third annual Freep Film Festival kicks off

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

Community space hosts small scale development "walk and talk" in downtown Hamtramck

Bank Suey, a bank branch turned Chinese take-out turned community space, will facilitate a tour of Joseph Campau given by an expert in small-scale development.

New data suggest that metro Detroit's 'brain drain' is over

According to new research from the Brookings Institution, metro Detroit leads the nation in retention of graduates of local colleges and universities.
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