Reimagining Detroit Now and Post COVID-19, the Fallouts and New Perspectives
Summer is officially here, and as more Michiganders continue to get vaccinated, the state progresses faster to an exciting sense of normalcy. For many of us this means a return to the office, even if for a day or two a week, road trips to
Mark Twain said it well, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes.” As I fell into a rabbit hole of Detroit history, this refrain was the drumbeat of each new Wikipedia page I clicked. Detroit is known as a majority Black city, but before
The second community meeting for Detroit's Joe Louis Greenway development took place in an online Zoom meeting on Thursday, October 29. The meeting allowed residents of the surrounding area to address any concerns or questions they may have and learn more about what we can
The last six months have seen increased use of hand sanitizer, a lessening of daily errands, and “mask” being added to the panicked “keys, wallet, phone” check before we leave our house. Retail store owners, however, are being affected on a great scale by the pandemic.
Ricardo Guzman is the founder of CHASS Center, a community healthcare center that has operated for 50 years through the last half of the 20th Century in Detroit’s Hispanic-American Neighborhoods. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced last month that Sept 15 – Oct 15 will be a
Sean Patrick will make you believe in magic. The quiet variety one encounters with animals and people who meditate often. He's one of those who move through life with ease and grace and somehow excel at everything and you can’t get jealous because jealousy is
Patrick Ethen has a sparkle in his eye. Maybe it’s due to the passion he exudes for his art. It may be due to his relative youth yet old soul demeanor. Or it may be because he’s meant to be one of those chosen ones