The Irwin House Global Art Center and Gallery is a community gathering space that aims to provide exposure for emerging and underrepresented artists as well as a platform to support local talent.
After 19 years in the bar industry, with the last eight spent working in Detroit, Will Lee has learned a thing or two about where to go to experience the best that the city has to offer.
The booming mobility sector has a huge and growing need for cybersecurity talent – but the people who currently work in that field still overwhelmingly tend to be white men. However, several local initiatives are paving the way to eliminate barriers and attract more women and people of color to rewarding cybersecurity careers.
CHASS, which turns 50 this year, is a community-based, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in southwest Detroit that provides care to underserved African American and Latino populations. It serves close to 11,000 patients a year, 70 percent of whom are Spanish speaking.
Supporters of this historic church and its upcoming roof restoration say the project could have rippling positive effects for years to come — not just for the building in question, but for the surrounding neighborhood, too.