As part of our series on New Detroit’s Multicultural Leadership Series, 7 Action News reporter Andy Choi highlights Detroit’s African-American community. The past leaps off the page through the voice of Yolanda Jack at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. “Back far enough, you’ll see that every single person has a genetic ancestry that begins in the… Read more »
Ernie’s Market is a special place to pick up a sandwich. You will not only get a great lunch, but Ernie will make the visit a high point in your day. It’s impossible to describe Ernie, so you’ll have to see him for yourself. Click on the video below for the Ernie Experience. Ernie’s is near Woodward & 8… Read more »
7 Action News reporter Andy Choi continues his reports on New Detroit’s Multicultural Leadership Series with a look at Detroit’s Latino community. We call one part of Detroit Mexicantown, but the name may be misleading when it comes to Latino influence on the city. It’s why our friends at New Detroit are reminding all of us to listen closely.
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It’s a story of a family, a good sandwich, loyalty and longevity. Second generation owner Stuart Litt says his Hygrade Deli on Michigan Avenue started over 60 years ago. According to customer Ned McClung it’s “old school”. Stuart himself has been behind the counter for 40 years, and says it’s all about quality: “you buy a top quality product,… Read more »
It is one of Detroit’s crown jewels.
At 982 acres, Belle Isle is the largest city-owned island city park in the country.
A letter from Phil Cooley: We are in the final days of Ponyride’s crowdfunding campaign and I humbly ask for your support to help us reach our goal of $30,000 by this Friday. Located in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood, Ponyride has over 40 businesses and organizations waiting to move into our shared office space. Money raised from our croudfunding campaign will be… Read more »
The blight fight is moving to the next level in Brightmoor. Detroit 2020 was on hand, as Detroit Blight Authority Chairman Bill Pulte gave Senator Carl Levin a first-hand look at the dramatic transformation taking place.
St. Josaphat has served the catholic community of detroit since 1890. Today—the doors of the church are closed. The City of Detroit ordered them shut after a November storm. “We had winds in excess of 60 miles an hour and it did some very severe damage,” said Kevin Piotrowski. He’s president of the Mother of Divine Mercy Parish Council,… Read more »
Belle Isle officially becomes a state park on February 10th, 2014. That same day, the gradual phase-in of the Recreation Passport for access to the island begins.
The $11 Passport offers access to all Michigan state parks and recreation areas.