Meredith Vyn, Design Market Manager of Michigan for Haworth, and Erica Kimber, Director of Design for Airea, a premium Haworth dealer in Detroit, sit down with me to discuss the ins-and-outs of the furniture industry: what they think the future holds, and why it is so important to start engaging future emerging professionals now more than
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Garlin Gilchrist is Gretchen Whitmer's running mate for governor. Thus, Lieutenant Governor. Democratic ticket. He lives in Corktown, Detroit with his wife and twins and currently holds the title of executive director of the Center for Social Media Responsibility at the University of Michigan.
He was the
Even if you don’t know the name Richard Florida, you’ve probably heard of him. In 2002, he coined the term “creative class” with a book by the same name and has since been both championed and derided as the person responsible for the burst of
Jocelyn Benson is running for Michigan Secretary of State. We caught up with her over the phone to learn about her campaign.
Takeaway: the woman is a force. She's the kind of thoughtful that is quick and direct and produces results like being a CEO while
“I hope it’s agonizing. That’s where the good shit comes from.”
This is Jason Yate’s response when I tell him I’m about to tear out all my hair writing this introduction. Writing and pulling and pacing. I can’t imagine Yates pulling his hair out, but he
Meet Nina Paletta and Meghan Shaw: two women striving to make vegan food more accessible in the Detroit area. Under the moniker, Street Beet, the duo has been popping up regularly since May. While diverse in their offerings, they're best known for their Taco Hell
Distillers are the magicians who transform raw ingredients such as corn, rye, and barley into the magical part of your cocktail. They can turn rye into a beverage that tastes like caramel or chocolate or create gin that smells like perfume or pine trees. In Michigan, these folks are forging