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A Detroit nonprofit group called Mint Artists Guild works to not only provide creative opportunities for area teens, but to also equip young learners with career, business and community skills. The well-rounded experience with Mint Artists Guild makes way for students to showcase and benefit from their own work in their own way.
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If you’re looking for a Detroit legend that serves amazing soul/comfort food ... look no further than Steve’s Soul Food. Originally started in the 1980’s, their cool new home is located at 1440 Franklin Street, East of the Renaissance Center, between Jefferson & the Detroit river.
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Editor’s note: This interview originally ran in the October 2016 issue of Detroit City Limits. We are running it again in honor of Glover being chosen to compete on Season 6 of Project Runway All Stars. Glover was chosen as one of the top three designers in the first episode but went on to be eliminated in Episode Six, when the challenge was to design a dress for cartoon character Betty Boop.
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You know, it’s not easy being a cactus. I know what you’re thinking: what the fruit, Spike? You get to work on a beach-ready suntan every day of your life all while having the anatomy to hold water like an alcoholic holds his liquor, and you’re complaining about it? Yeah, well, it’s not as glamorous as it seems. I have a job at the St. Francis Nature Center where people can come experience exact replicas of environments they’d never actually go. So, every day I see countless people with the...
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Spring is here finally and the sounds of construction will begin again in earnest. Winter was not too bad this year. It left with some unusual weather like a snow storm followed by a surge of spring like temperatures the same day. Then it snowed for two days. This is past and now we can concentrate on new beginnings. Technically, every one celebrated the New Year in January because it marks the beginning. For those of us who are Catholic the New Year starts on Ash Wednesday, the beginning of t...
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One of the most common things I hear in my sessions with clients, is that they want to be happier and more positive. They don’t quite know why, but despite all the wonderful things that may be occurring in their life, they are unhappy, sad, edgy, and downright irritable.
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As you can imagine, making yourself stand out among the 800 million active daily users on Instagram isn’t easy. But remember, using social media is ultimately about telling your story, so don’t give someone else the pen. You can do this job better than anyone else. With a few tweaks here and there, you can have a supercharged social media presence in no time. Take a look at these 4 tips to help you use Instagram effectively.
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With a bounty of fresh fruits and veggies, fertile soil for cattle, waters teeming with fish, the cuisine of Hawai’i is a wonderful mix of ancient traditional flavors and modern, international influences. From sunrise to sunset one can find an astonishing array of culinary delights that include enviable regional delicacies. Whether it be ‘street’ food or ‘fine’ dining, Hawaiians do food right, offering wonderful gastronomic experiences to locals and visitors alike. If you are a foodie li...
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Whether you call yourself a vegan, you like plant-based dishes, or you just like food, you might want to check out V313, Detroit’s Premier Vegan Celebration. The event, on March 8, is the first of its kind within Detroit city limits.
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