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Detroit Modernism Week kicks off April 16

Starting April 16, Detroit Modernism Week, the first 10-day period "structured around events celebrating the Detroit area's 20th century modernist architecture," will salute Michigan's contributions to the Modern Movement.

Foreign billionaires are on a Detroit real estate buying spree

When it comes to purchasing high-profile real estate in the city of Detroit, Detroit's homegrown billionaires are now facing competition from foreigners with deep pockets.

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.

NPR host Michel Martin to visit Detroit for national radio series

?Longtime National Public Radio personality Michel Martin is coming to Detroit on May 21, when she will lead a panel discussion at the Carr Center about the role of creatives in redefining the city.

Detroit Tigers to become one of five Major League franchises to host LGBT pride night

Four other major league franchises are scheduled to host LGBT pride nights this year: the Oakland A's, the LA Dodgers, the San Francisco Giants, and the Chicago Cubs.

WDET to produce its first podcast, 'The Beginning of the End"

WDET 101.9 FM is joining the podcast craze with "The Beginning of the End," a bi-weekly production hosted by Alex Trajano "featuring people who feel the winds of change blowing (and messing with their lives)."

Slow Roll to require paid memberships in 2015

The Metro Times is reporting that Detroit's favorite weekly bicycle ride, Slow Roll, is requiring its participants to purchase memberships if they want to keep riding with the large group that meets every Monday.

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