Monthly Archives: January 2018

The Business of Hope

Though Detroit has long been a destination for the creative class, the city also attracts another archetype: Individuals who’ve built a life around helping others transform their own. They are the activists who start movements, philanthropists who use their means … Continue reading

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The Space Between Silver and Gold

In the summer of 2015, a small group of onlookers gathered to watch the iconic Park Avenue Hotel crumble to the ground. Designed by famed architect Louis Kamper, the 1924 building had gone from the National Register of Historic Place … Continue reading

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Nefertiti’s Story

Reno, Nevada, may hold the official title, but anyone who’s been here a while will tell you that Detroit is actually the biggest little city in the world. With just under 700,000 residents across a sprawling 143 square miles, Detroit … Continue reading

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