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Fressing With Fishman: Development In The D

Posted on June 29, 2016, 2:22 PM . Filed in Uncategorized. Tagged . Be the first to comment!

Little Caesars Global Resource Center

The building won’t be finished before the end of the year, but the Scott at Brush Park is already turning heads. Broder & Sachse Real Estate Services and Woodborn Partners broke ground on the five-story luxury apartment complex in March and now have a tenant locked in for 4,500 square-feet of ground-floor retail — restauranteur …
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A Special Soul: 11-year-old Jadyn Larky dies at camp

Posted on June 29, 2016, 9:20 AM . Filed in Uncategorized. Tagged . Be the first to comment!

larky, for website

Jadyn Erin Larky was a sweet and fun-loving girl who enjoyed spending time with her family, eating ice cream and giggling with her friends. Jadyn’s young life was cut tragically short when a tree fell on her cabin at Camp Livingston in southeast Indiana during a severe thunder and lightning storm in the early morning …
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Fond Farewell! Former students remember Southfield-Lathrup High

Posted on June 29, 2016, 9:06 AM . Filed in Uncategorized. Tagged , . Be the first to comment!

Renee Simlak

The news brought memories rushing back — the milestones and proud accomplishments, the big hair, the school spirit, those awkward teenage years. Graduates of Southfield-Lathrup High School bid a fond farewell to their alma mater last week when the 49-year-old school on 12 Mile Road in Lathrup Village closed its doors for good. Declining enrollment…

The Scott: Broder & Sachse’s New Development In Detroit’s Brush Park

Posted on June 24, 2016, 7:57 AM . Filed in Uncategorized. Tagged , , . Be the first to comment!

A rendering of the second-floor lounge at the Scott

Driving down Woodward Avenue — just past the construction of the new Red Wings arena — a nearly desolate neighborhood sits just north of the Fisher Freeway. This is Brush Park, a historic district that once housed Detroit’s most affluent residents and most opulent homes. Brush Park’s fall is a familiar narrative: Buildings went into …
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Quick Click … From the William Davidson Digital Archive of Jewish Detroit History, June 23, 2016

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It’s June. School’s out and it is time for a vacation! For most of us — short of opening day for the Tigers — this is the best time of the year. So, where are you going and what are you going to do for your vacation? In Michigan, for years, we have headed north …
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The Family’s Reflection On Marjorie Fisher’s Grace And Gratitude

Posted on June 23, 2016, 11:46 AM . Filed in Uncategorized. Tagged . Be the first to comment!

Marjorie and Max Fisher

Mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Marjorie loved us and loved her “work.” She didn’t think of it as work. One might have called it philanthropy. But for her, it was a way of life — filled with joy and focused on justice. A daily effort she treated as a near full-time calling … vigorous, connected, graceful …
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League Of Their Own: Couple Met And Married Through ComePlayDetroit

Posted on June 23, 2016, 7:41 AM . Filed in Uncategorized. Tagged , . 1 Comment.

Denise and Avi Knopf of Novi

She noticed right away that he was an amazing bowler. But Denise Cykiert, 29, of Novi had no idea where that chance bowling match would lead. It was the winter of 2012. The registered dietician joined a bowling league with some girlfriends “just for fun” through the group ComePlayDetroit, which offers a variety of intramural…

Fressing with Fishman: Gluten-Free And Delicious

Posted on June 22, 2016, 1:31 PM . Filed in Uncategorized. Tagged , , . Be the first to comment!

Renee’s Gourmet Pizzeria, 100 percent gluten-free

If you ask restaurant owners why they opened, they often talk about seeing a hole in the market and wanting to cater to the demand they anticipate for the product they can offer. For Gabe Hertz, Renee’s Gourmet Pizzeria is about more than just a unique menu you won’t find anywhere else — it’s about …
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Detroit City Councilman Gabe Leland Works To Engage Citizens

Posted on June 22, 2016, 11:22 AM . Filed in Uncategorized. Tagged , , , . Be the first to comment!


It’s all about getting local citizens involved in decisions that affect their community. “I’m excited about this engagement process,” said Detroit City Councilman Gabe Leland who represents District 7 in Northwest Detroit. “If I can create a community engagement process where there’s a win on either side on every development that comes to my district…

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