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Woodward Avenue Lifestyle Features


Palmer Park's turnaround and neighborhood revival

Great things are happening in Palmer Park, the historic, 296-acre greenspace and adjacent apartment district, which features a jaw-dropping collection of buildings built between 1925 and 1965. Matthew Piper surveys the past, present and future plans for the neighborhood.  


Opinion: Inspired DSO sets diverse course for the future

We were recently invited to sit in on the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's annual meeting. It was a terrific event, filled with news of Midtown community love and artistic and financial growth for the organization. President and CEO Anne Parsons shares her remarks. 


The Art of Neighborhood Innovation recapped

Artists skilled at community and business development were our panelists at this standing room only event at one of  MOCAD's largest galleries. Just for you, Cass Corridor Films and Walter Wasacz were there to report it all. 


Bountiful biennial: Get ready for Art X 2013

It's back, bigger and, we're certain, better than ever. The Kresge Foundation's first Art X Detroit in 2011 gave artists a platform to showcase what they do best: create, innovate and perform. Walter Wasacz talks to organizers in this Model D Q&A.


Downtown lifestyle rising at Broderick Tower

Jay Hack walks everywhere he needs to go downtown, for food and drink, for religious services, for sporting events - though his business is in the suburbs, where most of his friends remain. Dennis Archambault reports from the tower.
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