Dorothy Hernandez

Dorothy Hernandez is managing editor of Model D. Prior to joining Issue Media Group, she was a food journalism fellow with Feet in Two Worlds and WDET and has contributed to NPR, Thrillist, Eater, and a variety of other local and national publications. Visit her website and follow her on Twitter @dorothy_lynn_h.

Development News DEGC President and CEO Kevin Johnson announces a grant relief fund program for small businesses at Mayor Mike Duggan's press conference Tuesday, March 31.
Buzz Corktown restaurant Folk is adapting to COVID-19 by offering locally sourced groceries.

Folk to offer groceries, grab-and-go items in response to COVID-19


Feature Story Gabriela Santiago-Romero and organizers in Southwest Detroit are surveying residents to see what community needs are amid COVID-19.
Buzz After completing renovations and investing in employees, Kuzzo's Chicken & Waffles is reopening on the Avenue of Fashion.

Back in business: Kuzzo's reopening on Livernois


Feature Story Tom Lewand and Racheal Allen have been named chief executive officer and chief operating officer of Marygrove Conservancy, respectively.
Development News Challenge Detroit fellows interview Winifred Blackmon, community relations manager for District 2 Councilman Roy McCalister.
Development News Social Tykes

Social Tykes to offer coworking and childcare in Corktown


Development News NW Goldberg Cares' 6102 Art Park

Wanted: Photographer to capture stories for Detroit art park


Development News Auntie Na's Village on the west side began with Sonia Brown's vision to offer a safe space for her neighbors.
Development News Models Dusana and Jasmine pose for a photo shoot for Old Soul Vintage in 2016 on Belle Isle. "The looks were inspired by the 1970s western styles and mod styles. Detroit is usually the only place I choose to shoot," Capicchioni says.

Old Soul Vintage prepares for February opening in Midtown