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Inclusive crowdfunding: Andrea Perkins and Benevolent

Amanda Lewan of Urban Innovation Exchange writes about how Andrea Perkins and Benevolent Detroit are connecting low-income Detroiters with resources through a unique crowdfunding platform.


After party: We've got video proof of our Zoot's meets Model D bash

On June 22, we partied from late afternoon until -- when was it that all you hanging out in the backyard went home? It was a blast. Videographer Tony Eggart grabbed some moving pictures to remember. 


Soup's on: We begin a monthly series stirred up by Detroit micro-grant funder

Detroit SOUP is on the move, first to a larger temporary space on E. Grand Blvd. for the group's next dinner and micro-funding event Feb. 12, and then to a permanent new home in Corktown in March. Coordinator Amy Kaherl shares her excitement.


Thanks to you: Next Big Thing was one big blast

From beginning of the night until the end, one word described the scene at downtown's Whitney Building: Wow. Over six hours we celebrated six years of publishing, 300 issues of Model D, and all you emerging social innovators and outside-the-box creatives. Well done, Detroit, well done.  


Where the auction is: Q&A with surreal estate innovator Jerry Paffendorf

Jerry Paffendorf is an idea man. Not the typical idea man with grand ambitions and little execution who thinks his ideas would be great for other people. Paffendorf actually turns his dreams into reality. Jon Zemke asks all the right questions.
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