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Poor Man’s Art Collective welcomes you to the ‘Colored Section’

By Puakea Olaisha Anderson Special to the Michigan Citizen DETROIT — Local artists and poets will dedicate their Oct. 26 performance to the fine arts with the purpose of inspiring other artist of the possibilities of business success. “Welcome to the Colored Section” is an innovative and eclectic art show featuring the works of 11 of the Detroit area’s best emerging arts and poets sponsored. The show is pro ...

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My strength during fear and uneasiness

By Frankie Darcell The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not be in want. He makes me want to lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside quiet waters. He restores my soul. He guides me in paths of righteousness for his name’s sake. Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil for you are with me. Your rod and your staff, they comfort me. You prepare a table before me in th ...

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Be prepared for a lengthy ballot

This November, voters should anticipate more than 18 ballot proposals. This will undoubtedly make for a challenging time at the polls as unprepared voters attempt to navigate. Most voters are currently being inundated with conflicting information and a barrage of negative advertising. It will be important this election cycle to be prepared for three pages of initiatives that require careful reading. This we ...

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Shop caters to mature men

Art Parham has always liked to dress well; the “brotha” likes being sharp. Therefore it isn’t surprising Parham owns a clothing store. He and his partner, James Smith, own That’s You Apparel and Mr. J’s, a men’s store located in the Russell Bazaar. ...

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Voting

This Nov. 6, Michigan voters will have to comb through an unprecedented number of proposals on the 2012 ballot — 18 for Detroit voters. The following explanation of proposals are intended to help voters when at the polls: - Six (6) STATE proposals 12-1 through 12-6 12-1: Referendum on Public Act 4 - the emergency manager law authorizes a governor appointee to assume all power of a local governing official o ...

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Some driver responsibility fees eliminated

LANSING — Driver responsibility fees for lesser driving offenses were eliminated, effective Oct. 1. “These fees have been a costly burden on Michigan residents and I’m pleased to see some of them go,” said Secretary of State Ruth Johnson. “Citizens already have to pay court fines and usually see higher insurance rates for violations. These extra fees have made things tougher for many families.” Public Act 2 ...

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Valued development

By Shea Howell Special to the Michigan Citizen Almost every day Detroiters are confronted with some new effort to redevelop land. Most of these efforts are met with widespread suspicion, usually founded on bitter experiences of previous “development efforts.” Time and again we have seen a few people get rich while leaving the rest of us to deal with the pieces of shattered promises. All too frequently, thes ...

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