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All things Detroit. This guide serves as a clearinghouse for information on Detroit, including blogs; community agencies, organizations, and initiatives; city government information; and suburban communities of southeast Michigan.
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What's Here?

This guide provides lists of websites and blogs that will give you a comprehensive picture of Detroit and what's happening in this vibrant city.  The websites are arranged by their focus.  Explore the page to find information and discussion on:  What's Up in Detroit, Blogs about Detroit, Detroit Infrastructure, Detroit Media Outlets, SE Michigan Cultural Institutions, the Performing Arts in Detroit, Detroit Museums, Creative Initiatives in Detroit, Community Development Initiatives, and Community Health Initiatives.

 

DETROIT DESIGN FESTIVAL 2014!

THIS WEEK IN DETROIT  

DETROIT DESIGN FESTIVAL

Check out all the events and exhibits that are part of this year's celebration of design in Detroit.  It all starts Tuesday evening with the DDF Kick-off event from 6-10pm.  Every day Tuesday through Saturday is filled with the arts: theatre, music, dance, painting, architecture, street art, food, fashion, etc.  See the website for the full schedule:  http://detroitdesignfestival.com 

 

Help build this guide!

The city of Detroit is changing rapidly.  If you know of sites that should be added to this guide, please let me know at rpw@umich.edu. 

 

Getting to Detroit

Need a ride?  The Detroit Center Connector can get you to Detroit and back on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.  It's free -- just bring your M-Card.  Click on the link for more information and a schedule. 

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