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“Hmm” is used to express thoughtful absorption, hesitation, doubt, or perplexity. This little three letter word is power-pact. While there are a lot of things in life that could make you go hmm, lets look at the hummingbird.
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As part of Eastern Market’s mission of “nourishing a healthier, wealthier, happier Detroit,” the nonprofit organization is offering a full slate of cooking classes on Tuesdays and Saturdays for both kids and adults in the Shed 5 kitchen.
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Last year, many of us mourned the closing of Roma Cafe after nearly 130 years of delicious tradition. Luckily, their former Executive Chef, Guy Pelino, has reopened it under the new name, "Amore Da Roma". They are located in the same building at 3401 Riopelle, in Detroit's famous Eastern Market Distrct.
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​East English Village or what the locals call “EEV” has been named “A Detroit Neighborhood of choice.” East English Village is located in the Southeast side in Detroit.
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If you haven’t checked it out yet – you should! The Belle Isle Art Fair is coming to Belle Isle for its third year on Saturday and Sunday August 4-5, 2018.
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Metal working expert and owner of CAN Art Handworks Carlos Nielbock hopes the Detroit Windmills project, which marries art and technology, will also shines a light on old-fashioned artisan skills doesn’t think should disappear.
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Once long ago, the Sun chased the Moon all over. There was no edge to their play, and for years they ran through all the skies in their fun game. Years went by, and the two chased each other on and on long after pleas from the sky orbs to stop wore off. Sun and Moon would have their fun for years till it had to cease. That day is where this tale takes place.
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Have you ever found yourself downtown, hungry, with little time on your hands? If so, consider the gourmet food trucks in Cadillac Square. These great street eats are available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. through the summer. There are over a dozen high-quality options.
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Our mission is to provide safe and affordable housing for Veterans, Domestic Violence Survivors and their children and homeless women and their children. We Foster technology, health education, career and financial educational training computer classes for economically disadvantaged youth’s, girls, women, Veterans, domestic violence survivors and underprivileged individuals in helping them to become self-sufficiency and learn the skills for career advancement.
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I can remember flying across the church parking lot just a few minutes before my ceremony. My couture, who was my matron of honor, was late in finishing my wedding gown. The groom was anxiously waiting. That was the start of a long-lasting marriage. These days, marriages seem to be shorter but things are so much different now.
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