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Q&A: Victoria Byrd Olivier on Detroit Future City and green infrastructure

How does green infrastructure fit into the work of Detroit Future City? 

Restoration of the Treymore Apartments building results in 28 affordable housing units in Midtown

The Treymore will offer 28 one- and two-bedroom units to Detroiters earning 50 to 60 percent of the area's average median income.

Students hope to raise funds to build 18-hole miniature golf course in North End

A neighborhood youth patrol group, 4Ward Phoenix, is hoping build what would be the city's only 18-hole miniature golf course through a crowdfunding campaign. 

6 places to shop in Live6 this holiday season

Here are a few places in the Live6 neighborhoods that you can go to get fun, unique gifts for your loved ones this season.

How Detroiters can get involved with Standing Rock

Protests over the Dakota Access Pipeline have become a major national story and one of the most prominent environmental movements in years. Detroiters have also come out in force to support the protestors.

Live6 Alliance and Model D host productive community conversation

Attendees included students, faculty and leadership from both the University of Detroit Mercy and Marygrove College, as well as residents and business owners who live and work in the communities along 6 Mile and Livernois Avenue.

Art and coffee collide in Hamtramck with the opening of Oloman Cafe

Oloman Cafe opened to steady crowds on the morning of Monday, December 5th. The cafe, which is part coffee shop, part art gallery, and part photography studio, is located in the former space of the Belmont Bar.

If you don't evolve, you die: How Jacob Bishop re-energized the Mr. Alan's brand

Mr. Alan's is now Elite Mr. Alan's, a place for finding the latest trends in shoes and clothing, not just the best bargains.

Nonresidential property owners learn how green infrastructure can reduce new stormwater fees

Detroit water and sewer customers can save money on their water bills by reducing the water running off their property.

New bike shop celebrates opening in downtown Hamtramck

The Hamtramck location complements owner Kelli Kavanaugh's original Wheelhouse Detroit, which opened on the Detroit RiverWalk in 2008.

November development news round-up: New homes in North Corktown, a new home for basketball, and more

Let's catch up on some of the biggest stories from the past five weeks, including developments in North Corktown, the new downtown sports arena, and a win for historic preservation.

Regional Transit Authority looks to learn from other cities' transit wins

A recent article in Next City details how Metro Detroit can move on from the failed RTA proposal in the last election and learn from other cities with regional transit.

Detroit-based journalist lists ways people can support journalism

Journalism as an institution came under received intense criticism during the last election. Local journalist and former Model D contributor, Anna Clark, has advice for those who want to support journalism.

Local semi-pro soccer player one of area's youngest non-profit execs by day

There are a lot of remarkable things about Ezekiel Harris, perhaps none more than the fact that he was named executive director of MACC Development before his 24th birthday.

Detroit dog daycare business to launch major expansion along the Cass Corridor

Canine to Five Detroit, the dog daycare business founded by owner Liz Blondy in 2005, has announced a major expansion, building a 10,000 sq. ft. addition adjacent to its current 6,000 sq. ft. facility.
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