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Shabazz Fish Supreme

By Eric Campbell The Michigan Citizen Norman Thrasher is an entrepreneur who likes to keep his hands in several different ventures. It’s the restaurant business, however, that allows him to practice his belief that visible restoration and the healing provided by good food can reinvigorate a community. Located on Detroit’s west side, Thrasher’s Shabazz Fish Supreme is due to open on the first of May and will ...

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Naim’s Unique Designs

By Eric T. Campbell The Michigan Citizen Amidst the hustle and bustle of university students quickly getting from one class to another, slowing down only to grab a sack of fast food or cram for an upcoming examination, sits a tiny oasis of calm and serenity. Curiously located on the first floor of the Wayne State Student Center, Naim’s Unique Designs offers the young scholars a serving of African culture. K ...

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Mama needs your help

By Michael D. Wynn, CFE Many of our mothers, fathers and elderly people in general are being neglected or sometimes forgotten about. Elderly people are at an increased risk of losing their money and property to family, friends, and even strangers for a variety of reasons. When it comes to maintaining finances, tending to the costs of a household, keeping track of medication and trying to find the best cost ...

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The Black Whole Collective

By Eric T. Campbell The Michigan Citizen A group of like-minded people coming together to share in an experience that’s expressive and healing for the body and mind sounds like a utopian gathering not commonly witnessed in the cityscape as you drive up or down Woodward Avenue. But if you look closely as you pass the block south of Glendale in Highland Park, you’ll notice a sign that is entirely indicative o ...

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BOB’S CLASSIC KICKS: Sneakerhead Temple

By Eric Campbell The Michigan Citizen Bob’s Classic Kicks is a study in contrast and combinations. It’s a sneaker boutique that could only have been conceived without the obstruction of a corporate formula. The pairing of the old school and the new; the splashes of paint alongside the rows of ‘sneaks’; and the national line of products competing with the local designer, are all brought together seamlessly i ...

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“Identity” — it’s yours, keep it!

By Michael D. Wynn, CFE After hearing a news report that claimed Detroit is No. 2 in identity fraud, I had to search for my copy of the 2007 ACFE (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners) Report To The Nation on Occupational Fraud & Abuse. The only problem, a report for 2007 had not been issued. The ACFE report is based on actual complaints, which include identity fraud such as credit card, bank, phone ...

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