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A Look At The Impact of OWN’s ‛Queen Sugar’

Take a look at the impact of OWN’s “Queen Sugar” before the final season’s streaming release on Sept. 6 at 8 p.m.

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Craft Your Future™ at Schoolcraft College

You have it in you to succeed. Start by transforming your dreams into action at Schoolcraft College.

health + beauty

What Does the Monkeypox Outbreak Look Like for Detroit?

What does the monkeypox outbreak look like for Detroit? Who has the highest risk of getting infected? And where can you get vaccinated?
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Ribs and R&B Festival Hits Detroit’s Waterfront

Detroit's Ribs and R&B Festival is back at the waterfront this weekend with good food and great entertainment.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Are Pregnant

Chrissy Teigen shared two images of her growing baby belly on Instagram. In the post, she stated, “Joy has filled our home and hearts again.”

Summer Fun with Kites!

After being away for two years, The Detroit Kite Festival is back this Sunday, and it’s going to be a blast!

5 Ways to Support Your Child’s Mental Health

Over the last two years, there has been much conversation around mental health, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic began. At the core of our...

Summer 2022: Preparing Your Yard for Summer Fun

Summer is just around the corner, and, that means, it's time to start preparing your yard for all of the fun activities you'll be...

Choose Black! Discover These 10 Black-owned Brands This Small Business Week

Happy Small Business Month! Although it’s officially called “Small Business Week,” a week is simply not enough. Let’s take the small out because, no...

Lanasia Angelina Coaches Ambitious Professionals to RISE

There is power in professional coaching. The coach-mentee relationship is one which every community changemaker is familiar with. But, whom can one trust to...

Parental Control: Teaching Starts in the Home

During the pandemic, education became a talking point. School closings meant parents had to add “teacher” to an already long list of hats to...

Say What? Speaking Your Heart and Mind in a Cancel-culture Society

For women, the fear of being “canceled” for simply speaking up is nothing new. Apprehension in personal and professional encounters for fear of retaliation...

Get a Candid Look Into Faith, Family and Addiction in “CIGARETTE”

Singer and rapper Theory Martin X sets to premier his long-anticipated “CIGARETTE” on March 21, 2022. The music video chronicles Theory’s journey through grief,...

Detroit Stories Quarterly: Little Sister Rises Up

Written by Keith Owens, co-founder of Detroit Stories Quarterly You’re not supposed to go out on the Riverwalk at night which, of course, is why we...

How Ex-NFL Player Lional “JellyRoll” Dalton is Giving Kidney Disease Patients a Chance at Survival

Kidney-related complications has been one of the leading causes of death in the United States since 2020, according to data from Centers for Disease...

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How Many Non-Profits Does it Take for a City to Bring Equity to the Cannabis Industry? Grand Rapids Has Lost Count

Is there such a thing as having too many nonprofits?  Or having so many they work in conflict with each other?  Grand Rapids is...

Up in Smoke: The Business of Cannabis in Detroit is a Disaster

The state of Michigan recorded $163 million in recreational marijuana revenues last month. But in Detroit, there are 63 licensed dispensaries, and none sell...

Farmers Compete for Cannabis License Worth $50M 

Twelve Black farmers are competing in Florida for a single medical cannabis license that is a guaranteed game-changer. The license could potentially be worth $50 million.

On Being a Black Woman in Cannabis and Finance

Returning to Michigan after 20 years in Chicago, Cimone saw first-hand the lack of job opportunities, limited industries, and poverty that were prominent in...
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