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Graffiti Street Art in Detroit

Just as music evolves, so does art. And graffiti, or street art, is becoming more and more popular every day. For instance, artists like Banksy, C215 and Dan Witz have…

Detroit Responds to Hurricane Sandy

In the midst of their own community revitalization, the people of Detroit have strength to spare to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy. One Detroit-based organization, Detroit Dog Rescue, was…

Proposed Woodward Avenue Streetcar Project

The city of Detroit is going through some very positive changes right now—and public transportation is on the community’s list of things to improve. One major improvement is the proposed…

Supporting Detroit on a Large and Small Scale

Last week, we posted about two newsworthy fundraising efforts: a millage to benefit the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), and 9-year-old Joshua Smith raising money for the upkeep of city…

MTV’s True Life Seeks Detroit Leaders

MTV’s popular documentary series, True Life is coming to Detroit. The episode, “Detroit Rising”, will feature young residents of the city who have a desire to make a difference. Do…

DIA Seeks Financial Support

The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) is seeking financial support from the local communities. On Tuesday, August 7, voters in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties can vote on a millage…