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King falls in quarter-finals again, 55-50

For the second straight season, the Class A Girls State Championship has eluded Martin Luther King High School. After a spectacular regular season, a hard-earned post season of wins that included the PSL and Operation Friendship Championships and the state district and regional crowns, the state quarter-finals are once again a thorn in the side of the Lady Crusaders. ...

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Pershing wins on buzzer beater

When University of Detroit Jesuit freshman guard Cassius Winston fired in a three-point basket with under a minute to play to tie the game at 60 on March 13, U of D fans in attendance at Southfield High went crazy hoping the tied game would at least result in overtime. But Pershing senior guard Kahlil Felder had other ideas. With 44 seconds left, Felder and his fellow Doughboys stalled to take time off the ...

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WCCCD’s Dual Enrollment Program helps Celia Luna jumpstart successful career

You do the math and you don’t have to be a genius like Celia Luna, an instructor in algebra, to figure this out. The economic doldrums and the skyrocketing costs of higher education is forcing many families to encourage their children to take advantage of dual credit, concurrent enrollment or joint enrollment — whichever name you choose — programs. These all allow students to earn college credits while fini ...

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‘What’s on your plate?’ gathers Detroiters to activate and celebrate our food system

The Detroit Food Policy Council invites you to join us for our third annual summit April 4-6. This year’s theme is “What’s On Your Plate?” This year’s summit will engage Detroiters in the local food system and celebrate our vibrant local food culture. The Detroit Food and Fitness Collaborative is co-hosting this event. ...

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Hip hop shines a positive light on Detroit via music videos

With all of the troubles facing the city of Detroit, the mainstream media has been working overtime to drag the public image of a proud city through the dirt. Now more than ever, the city must reclaim ownership of how the Motor City is seen to the rest of the world, and among the leaders of this movement are independent hip hop artists creating music videos in the city. ...

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IFOMA exalts age of women in new exhibit

The arts flow in the heart of Detroit’s Corktown district, as the Suddle Creations Gallery opens its doors for a unique and empowering exhibit. “Woman Shrine Exalting the Feminine” opened March 1 to the public as a testament to the power, grace and femininity of women. Noted photographer IFOMA has been watchfully crafting this anthology for over three decades. The exhibit is a collection of photographs of b ...

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