Belle Isle Conservancy announces August 2017 event line up, including the 2nd annual Sunset at the Scott

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Even More Pizza Headed to Little Caesars Arena – From Eater Detroit

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Oakland County communities recognized for efforts devoted to energy efficiency and sustainability

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250 bicyclists take tour of downtown Detroit Catholic churches

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Macomb County promotes its ‘great lake’

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Oakland Co. Workshop to Present Resources to Entrepreneurs Aug. 9 | Oakland County Times

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New museum exhibit on Detroit’s painful summer of 1967 is illuminating, immersive

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QLINE free through Labor Day, thanks to Kresge Foundation

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Detroit seeks to give EMTs 4% raises

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Detroit Moms Blog – 2017 Guide to Detroit Summer Camps

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Macomb County promotes its ‘great lake’

Macomb County officials got together Thursday to highlight upcoming events around Lake St. Clair, promoting the county’s Blue Economy tourism initiative.Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel joined Brad Simmons, executive director … Keep Reading…

New museum exhibit on Detroit’s painful summer of 1967 is illuminating, immersive

Which word would you choose to describe what happened in Detroit in July 1967? Insurrection? Rebellion? Riot? Revolution? Uprising?”Detroit 67: Perspectives,” the new exhibit opening Saturday at the Detroit Historical Museum, certainly lives … Keep Reading…

Alley Taco’s New, Bigger Willis Street Restaurant Arrives This Week – Eater Detroit

Welcome to the Plywood Report, a roundup of all the latest intel on Detroit’s and metro Detroit’s coming restaurant attractions. CASS CORRIDOR — Following several months of delays, Cass Corridor … Keep Reading…

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