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From Square One Education Network

From Square One Education Network

Square One Education Network’s Karl Klimek Earns Rare George G. Mallinson Award from Michigan Science Teachers Association; Takes New Role with STEM Nonprofit Karl Klimek, long-time executive director of the Square One Education Network, will be awarded the George G. Mallinson Award by the Michigan Science Teachers Association (MSTA) at the MSTA Awards Program and […]

SPRING FILM SERIES: FASTBALL

SPRING FILM SERIES: FASTBALL

The mysteries and memories of baseball’s greatest heroes are revealed in Fastball, as it features interviews with dozens of former players, from legendary Hall-of-Famers to up-and-coming All-Stars, including Hank Aaron, Nolan Ryan, and Derek Jeter, with narration by Kevin Costner. Fastball is peppered with archival footage of baseball’s greatest moments, plus original highspeed 4K footage and motion graphics that unlock the secrets hidden within […]

Crossroads’ Golf “Fore” Life

Crossroads’ Golf “Fore” Life

Golf “Fore” Life Outing Monday, May 22, 2017 Oakland University’s R&S Sharf Golf Course 8:00 a.m. – Registration/Driving Range 9:00 a.m. – Shotgun Start 2:00/2:30 p.m. – Awards Luncheon Oakland University Golf & Learning Center – Directions: https://oakland.edu/golf/top-links/directions/ Golfers, mark your calendar for Monday, May 22nd, for Crossroads’ annual Golf “Fore” Life outing. It’s your […]

Founders Junior Council Announces Partnership with Lambert, Edwards & Associates

Founders Junior Council Announces Partnership with Lambert, Edwards & Associates

Founders Junior Council (FJC), a group of young professionals and one of the Detroit Institute of Arts’ (DIA) largest volunteer patron groups, has partnered with Detroit-based public relations firm, Lambert, Edwards & Associates (LE&A), to promote upcoming events and to generate interest and engagement with FJC and DIA. LE&A will be working with FJC to […]

Rubio, Peters, Portman, Nelson Lead Entire Senate in Calling on DHS, DOJ to Address Threats to Jewish Institutions

Rubio, Peters, Portman, Nelson Lead Entire Senate in Calling on DHS, DOJ to Address Threats to Jewish Institutions

  We had threats in January to our own Jewish Community Center (see channel 4 report) .  Threats and vandalism have continued since then, toward our Jewish Communities around the country. As a Christian clergyman, I have been looking for items of our local support from our churches and others.  Our facebook page may be one […]

Calendar Girls comes to St. Dunstan’s Theatre in Bloomfield Hills, March 17-April 1

Calendar Girls comes to St. Dunstan’s Theatre in Bloomfield Hills, March 17-April 1

See all of the Calendar Girls AT ST. DUNSTAN’S GUILD OF CRANBROOK The senior women of Knapeley Village, England bring new meaning to Girls’ Night Out when they decide to pose nude for a calendar to raise money for a new settee for the local hospital waiting room. Anarchy ensues when the “Calendar Girls” defy […]

Exclusive Interview: JOHN KING, owner of John K. King Used & Rare Books in Detroit

Exclusive Interview: JOHN KING, owner of John K. King Used & Rare Books in Detroit

Internationally voted one of the World’s Best Bookstores! by Ryan Place | Mar 5, 2017 A Local Treasure – John King Books   Have You Been There ? ? Link to an interview:   http://detroitbookfest.com/exclusive-interview-john-king-owner-john-k-king-used-rare-books-detroit-internationally-voted-one-worlds-best-bookstores/ From Detroit Bookfest – Home Page:     http://detroitbookfest.com/    

Dreams Come True at Dutton Farm

Dreams Come True at Dutton Farm

This is amazing!!! This picture shows that everyday heroes are among us. We met one today in the form of a waste management driver. Our friend and fellow farmer, Nick, has been waiting since he started with us, over two long months ago, to catch the garbage truck on a day when he is here. […]

Detroit Zoo’s Arctic Ring of Life

Detroit Zoo’s Arctic Ring of Life

The Detroit Zoological Society (DZS) is hosting free activities at the Detroit Zoo’s award-winning Arctic Ring of Life to celebrate International Polar Bear Day and raise awareness of the conservation concerns facing this iconic species. Two events – one on Sunday, Feb. 26, and another on Monday, Feb. 27 – will include zookeeper talks, educational […]

Black History Month – Video Tour – Great Time to really visit the Wright Museum

Black History Month – Video Tour – Great Time to really visit the Wright Museum

Inspiring Minds: African Americans in Science and Technology is a comprehensive, high-tech and permanent exhibition highlighting trailblazers, contemporaries and careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. African Americans have contributed to the scientific and engineering output of the United States since the 17th century, and this history is brought to life through […]

Video – Many ways Mike Ilitch will be remembered

Video – Many ways Mike Ilitch will be remembered

Meadow Brook Theatre – ALTAR BOYZ

Meadow Brook Theatre – ALTAR BOYZ

Feb 8 – Mar 5, 2017 Book by Kevin Del Aguila – Music and Lyrics by Gary Adler and Michael Patrick Walker – Conceived by Marc Kessler and Ken Davenport ALTAR BOYZ is a foot-stomping, rafter-raising, musical comedy about a fictitious Christian boy-band on the last night of their “Raise the Praise” tour. The Boyz […]

Glide into Winter on the Detroit Zoo’s New Skating Rink

Glide into Winter on the Detroit Zoo’s New Skating Rink

Detroit Zoo visitors can execute an Axel, complete a camel spin or simply float freestyle this winter on a new skating rink located in front of the frozen façade of the Polk Penguin Conservation Center. The 1,548-square-foot Winter Rink, which can accommodate 31 skaters, is open now through February 2017.  Guests ages 4 and older […]

The Edible Monument – The Art of Food for Festivals

The Edible Monument – The Art of Food for Festivals

December 16th to April 16th The Edible Monument includes about 140 prints, rare books and serving manuals from the Getty Research Institute collection and private collections. The artworks illustrate in lush detail the delectable monuments and sculptures made of food that were an integral part of street festivals as well as court and civic banquets in […]

Giant 25-foot WWII ‘kissing’ statue removed from Royal Oak

Giant 25-foot WWII ‘kissing’ statue removed from Royal Oak

A 25-foot tall statue based on a famous WWII photo of a sailor kissing a nurse in New York City is leaving Royal Oak after a six-month stay. Seward Johnson’s “Embracing Peace,” the massive interpretation of the famous kiss that marked the end of WWII, is moving to Key West, Fla. this week. It was […]

By Alisha Dixon Legendary R&B trio the O’Jays are set to perform two shows December 29-30 at the Andiamo Celebrity Showroom in Warren. In an interview with the group’s lead singer, Eddie Levert, he shared his excitement about performing at a venue like Andiamo, a place, he says is reminiscent of clubs from the past. […]

The Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund to Receive Funds from SOS

The Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund to Receive Funds from SOS

The Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund (FWSF), a Livonia, Michigan-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping our military heroes and their families, will receive funds from this year’s SOS at the EXPO, which is sponsored by Sound of the Soul Classic Car Audio of Sterling Heights, Michigan. The fundraising event kicked off in December 2016 and […]

Detroit Soul | Pure Michigan

Detroit Soul | Pure Michigan

Let’s take the sidewalk less traveled. And come see what a real city feels like. It’s time to meet what’s new and what’s next in Detroit, the downtown, playground of Pure Michigan. For more information about America’s Great Comeback City, visit: http://www.michigan.org/detroitcomeback  

Tim Allen on what Pure Michigan means to him

Tim Allen on what Pure Michigan means to him

The Lights Are On in Detroit

The Lights Are On in Detroit

With 65,000 new streetlights, the city sends a message: It’s O.K.to go out after dark. Restaurants feel the glow. So do schoolchildren. Just before the holidays, on a dark street a few blocks from downtown, a group of public officials crowded onto a makeshift stage before a shivering crowd, flipped a big switch — and […]

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