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6 art summer camps in Detroit and Ann Arbor for your creative kid

From finger painting to sketching to sculpting, there’s no shortage of art programs and camps for your creative child. Whether they want to learn the basics or perfect their skills, there’s a camp in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor for them.

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Getting metro Detroit millennials 'on board' and into leadership positions in local government

Millennials account for 29 percent of registered voters in the region, yet only 6 percent of board and commission members in metro Detroit are young people. So how do we get millennials "on board"? A few local young leaders have some ideas.

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Healing fractured water: Great Lakes cities look to reintegrate the urban water cycle

Urban Great Lakes water systems are disconnected from the natural environment, but cities are looking to reintegrate them using green infrastructure and integrated management approaches.

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Join us May 7 for MakerLab, a Metromode speaker series event

On May 7, Metromode and Model D are teaming up with The Henry Ford to bring you MakerLab, a series of live presentations by Detroit makers where they will discuss their craft and the city's growing maker culture.

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Daytripping from metro Detroit: Five amazing destinations less than a tank of gas away

What's a wanderlusty Detroiter to do this time of year, when mid-winter voyages feel forever ago, but summer vacations still lie months ahead? Time to pencil in a day trip—somewhere you've never been to or perhaps never even heard of.

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A guide to Record Store Day in metro Detroit

Metro Detroit is home to some fantastic record stores. Here's a rundown of a few of our favorites. Check them out on Saturday, April 18 for Record Store Day, then keep going back.

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Metro Detroit schools are going Green, Emerald and Evergreen

These three classifications are the result of a growing statewide dedication to eco-friendly education and environmental activities through the Michigan Green Schools program.

Meadow Brook Theatre celebrates 50th season

Meadow Brook Theatre celebrates 50th season

For 50 seasons, Meadow Brook has been producing professional theater on the campus of Oakland University.

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Join us April 16 for "Scaling up in the Food Industry," a speaker series event

On Thursday, April 16, join Metromode, Model D, and Southeast Michigan Startup at Bamboo Detroit for a special panel event where local food entrepreneurs will discuss their experiences growing businesses in the region.

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You've heard about urban agriculture, but people are farming the suburbs, too

Urban agriculture in Detroit is a hot topic in the media and on social networks. Less talked about, however, are the projects that have quietly grown up in the city's backyard. That's right, a "suburban" farming movement is alive and kicking in southeast Michigan.

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Welcome to the Year of the Gazelle, a series looking at metro Detroit's fastest growing companies

Over the next year, we will identify the fastest-growing local companies and tell you the behind-the-scenes stories of the entrepreneurs, investors, and the resources that are building Michigan's new economy.

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An artist's argument for STEAM education

It would be a shame if kids with a passion for art were somehow led to believe that there is not a place for them in the world of science, technology, and innovation, argues designer and inventor Curt Bailey, which is why he believes it important to insert an 'A' for arts into the STEM acronym.

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Will metro Detroit suburbs buy into regional transit?

In the wake of the story about megacommuter James Robertson, some metro Detroit communities are reconsidering their stance when it comes to regional transit.

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Opinion: Film incentives are good business for Detroit and Michigan

With the future of Michigan's film tax incentives in question, Detroit cinematographer Geoff George makes the case for why we can't afford to give up on them yet.

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For metro Detroit families, financial literacy can be the difference between poverty and stability

For the working poor, it's not enough to be employed. An innovative program is helping people reach financial stability by learning how to manage their money.
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