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Detroit City Limits | What's Going on in Detroit

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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Computer users can save time and money with these basic troubleshooting steps for your Windows PC.
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The Historic Indian Village Home and Garden Tour is celebrating the 123rd anniversary of the beautiful and prestigious historic community. This is the tour’s 45th year and is the second oldest tour of its kind in Michigan. This year the tour will showcase 6 homes, 3 gardens, 2 churches and 2 schools.
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The destinations listed below provide great adventures all year round. But, springtime is such a special time and provides the perfect backdrop for exploring these beautiful places.
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12May

Balance

Chances are good, that you have felt at one time or another, that your life was not completely balanced. You may feel that you are running at 100 mph, your head is swirling and spinning like a washing machine with all of the things that you need to accomplish, and that try as you might, you just can’t seem to find that balancing point with day to day responsibilities, work, family, and social life.
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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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