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  1. Review: Windsora s Ukrainian Restaurant is still going strong after 50 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Metro Times

    It happens every year. On one of the first days that really feel like fall, there's something in the air that triggers your cravings for a good, hearty meal.

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  2. New Detroit art gallery opens doors early for Aretha Franklin tributeRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Metro Times

    Omo Misha says Detroit's new Irwin House Global Art Center & Gallery wasn't set to open its doors until next year. The death of soul singer Aretha Franklin on Aug. 16 changed that, however.

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  3. Michael Moore takes aim at more than just Trump in - Fahrenheit 11/9'Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Metro Times

    Despite the raucous, emotional, and thoroughly engaged crowd at Flint's Whiting Auditorium, the muckraking master polemicist and hometown hero Michael Moore looks a little tired. He's tired of being right all the time, of constantly breaking ground and then watching that soil slowly erode beneath him.

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  4. How Mark Pauline critiques corporate power with an army of otherworldly machinesRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Metro Times

    "I figured I'd form a company because those are the entities that really got away with anything," he says. "Basically, I saw that corporations got away with anything, murder and everything on down.

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  5. Detroit art nomads Armageddon Beachparty settle into new Woodbridge storefrontRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Metro Times

    It's been a wild ride for Armageddon Beachparty. When we last spoke to Detroit's self-styled "ambassadors of psychedelia" - married couple Elena and Aubrey Smyth - a few years ago, they were traveling the music festival circuit, where they would create and sell their distinct brand of surrealist pop art.

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  6. Detroit 2018 fall arts guideRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Metro Times

    Part of Detroit Month of Design, the Junior League of Detroit Designer's Show House is on view until Oct. 7. Well, that was quick. Fall is here, which means we Detroiters are getting ready to retreat indoors while we wait for the spring thaw.

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  7. Bilingual indie group the Marias blurs the lines between fantasy and realityRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Metro Times

    But for lead singer and guitarist Maria, who just goes by her first name, this is just real life. Just two and a half years ago, Maria was studying film in Atlanta, receiving frequent Facetimes from a good friend in Los Angeles who was also pursuing music.

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  8. Schuette running mate's home burned down in cr me br l e accidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro Times

    It has been reported that the source of the fire that destroyed the two-story home of Bill Schuette's gubernatorial running mate Lisa Posthumus Lyons was a kitchen torch being used by one of the candidate's children. During a press conference on Monday, Posthumus Lyons discussed the details of the fire that has displaced the family of six less than two months before the November election.

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  9. Detroit residents to Ford: Want tax breaks? Give us jobs, affordable housingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro Times

    The community benefits agreements big developers receiving significant city incentives are made to strike with residents have so far amounted to simply an acknowledgement of suggestions . Detroit City Council's Legislative Policy Division said as much earlier this summer when it recommended the law be renamed the "Community Engagement Ordinance" to "avoid misleading the public" about its "scope and purpose."

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  10. Detroit named 10th most welcoming city for immigrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro Times

    Detroit is one of the most welcoming cities in America for immigrants, according to a new study released by advocacy organization the New American Economy. Detroit ranked at No.

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  11. Bees In The D holds fundraiser after car plows through its hivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro Times

    Detroit-based bee breeders Bees In The D are turning to the community for help after an out-of-control car plowed through the nonprofit's fence and destroyed four hives that were each home to 60,000 bees. A witness said the driver first slammed through the Downtown Boxing Gym's fence, destroying children's artwork in the process, then ran over the hives and kept going.

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  12. Bob Seger announces final tour without a Detroit dateRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro Times

    After more than 50 years of performing, it was announced Tuesday that the legendary Michigan rocker Bob Seger would put his "Night Moves" to rest as he plots his final tour. The Travelin' Man Tour finds Seger accompanied by his Silver Bullet Band for a final trek across the U.S. which includes several makeup dates after being forced to reschedule last year's Runaway Train Tour after Seger underwent spinal surgery.

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  13. "The Detroit School" A Design And Architecture Panel Discussion Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro Times

    This panel will explore the importance of determining the foundational principles of such a school and what are the steps to attain such a movement for Detroit.

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  14. Newly unveiled 'People's Bills' would boost hiring, combat water shutoffs in DetroitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Metro Times

    Detroiters would see increased job opportunities and fewer water shutoffs and home foreclosures under a series of bills to be introduced over the coming months in Detroit City Council. The so-called "People's Bills" designed to "create economic upward social mobility for Detroiters" were unveiled today in a news conference by Councilmember Mary Sheffield.

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  15. Little Libraries is hoping to make a big splash in Livernois this monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Metro Times

    James Chism, Harper Woods resident and participating artist in the Little Library prize, sits with the library he painted, called Breaking Barriers, Smashing Ceilings. Take a book; share a book.

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  16. Canadian pot smokers, workers entering Detroit face tougher border policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Metro Times

    While Canada prepares to federally legalize recreational marijuana on Oct. 17, the nation's pot smokers, workers, and investors must contend with stricter U.S. border policy, even in weed-friendly border states like Michigan. Although Michigan has been a medical marijuana state since 2008 and is projected to legalize recreational marijuana on Nov. 6, cannabis will not suddenly freely flow through the border state.

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  17. 'Miss Independent' Kelly Clarkson includes Detroit on upcoming tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Metro Times

    Sixteen years after rising to fame as America's first ever American Idol and 13 years after Steve Carell famously blurted her name during his painful on-screen chest waxing in The 40-Year-Old Virgin , Kelly Clarkson is now contemplating the Meaning Of Life. Grammy-Award winner, children's author , a friend of the Obama's , and happy-go-lucky coach on NBC's The Voice , Clarkson will embark on her first headlining trek in three years in support of her eighth studio record.

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  18. Youth Day Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 15 | Metro Times

    Join Detroit's next generation of design stars for an afternoon of creativity and exploration. Bring your families and enjoy the Michigan Science Center with design focused workshops geared towards kids ages 2-16.

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  19. Focus: On Detroit Photography Festival Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 15 | Metro Times

    Focus: On Detroit Photography Festival celebrates the people and places of the great city of Detroit! Exhibitions include high-quality photographic works by a range of established and emerging photographers, including youth. The highlight of the festival features largescale nighttime projections of photographs, videos and light sculptures on the historic Bell Building curated to riveting music.

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  20. Review: The story of 'White Boy Rick' is big a " too big for a teenager, and too big for its screenplayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 14 | Metro Times

    Richard Wershe Jr., better known as "White Boy Rick," had been largely forgotten until a 2014 magazine article reacquainted many with the strange tale of the Detroit boy who, in the mid-1980s, became a drug kingpin and FBI informant before reaching the ripe age of 16. But Detroiters never forgot. And White Boy Rick , the new crime drama from French director Yann Demange, captures the urban decay, drug scourge, and gun violence that epitomized the city in the 1980s.

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