Born in Germany, Leni Sinclair left with her family in 1959 with little more than a camera in her possession and despite this, she never aspired to become a photographer. Yet, now 80 years old, and having lived a life that saw her immersed in
A few weeks after the Detroit City Council officially moved forward with allowing recreational marijuana facility to operate in Detroit, the licensing process has been ironed out.
The first step in the process begins on January 19th, where interested applicants may apply to be certified as
Change is rarely ever an easy thing. But oftentimes change is necessary. It can move a community forward. It can introduce new laws. 2018 brought the legalization of cannabis to Michigan, so what might we expect from this new and uncertain industry in terms of
Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed bipartisan House Bills 4980-4985 and 5120 Monday afternoon to reform Michigan’s criminal expungement laws, making it easier for individuals with a criminal record to find employment. Dubbed the "Clean Slate" Legislation, perhaps the bill's largest takeaway is the change that allows
For those of us consuming Coronavirus information updates every 30 seconds, it's hard to keep up, let alone decipher what it all means. To inspire our readers, Detroitisit is taking an informative stance to help keep you best aware of what's going on, and what steps can help