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21 01, 2021

Top 10 Media Trends for 2021

2021-01-22T08:52:18-05:00

By Marx Layne A Detroit-based public relations and digital media agency  To call 2020 unique would be the understatement of century. The COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing economic crisis changed how people live and how industries operate. Media and media relations were no exception. While some of the developments cited here have been brewing [...]

Top 10 Media Trends for 20212021-01-22T08:52:18-05:00
18 01, 2021

Kevin’s Song Suicide Prevention Conference to Take Place Virtually, Focusing on Social Justice

2021-01-18T15:07:35-05:00

The 5th annual Kevin’s Song Conference on Suicide will take place virtually this year from Thursday, Jan. 21, through Saturday, Jan. 23. The theme this year is Equity and Equality in Suicide Prevention, and the featured subject matter will tackle suicide prevention through a social justice lens while addressing and challenging existing bias and [...]

Kevin’s Song Suicide Prevention Conference to Take Place Virtually, Focusing on Social Justice2021-01-18T15:07:35-05:00
14 01, 2021

ARaymond: How resident engineers make a difference — and the pandemic’s impact on their role

2021-01-14T18:45:09-05:00

By Michelle Froese | January 14, 2021 It’s no secret that partnerships mean a lot in answering a client’s needs. Among the various ways, ARaymond chooses to make partnerships successful is through resident engineers. Kevin Wendelken, an ARaymond resident engineer at a large OEM’s Engineering Centre in the UK for nearly 20 years, knows how to make a difference [...]

ARaymond: How resident engineers make a difference — and the pandemic’s impact on their role2021-01-14T18:45:09-05:00
13 01, 2021

Detroit Council approves tax break for redevelopment of Cadillac Stamping Plant site

2021-01-13T18:48:57-05:00

Candice Williams – The Detroit News The former Cadillac Stamping plant site is one step closer to redevelopment after the Detroit City Council approved Tuesday a 12-year tax abatement for the $47.8 million project on the city's east side. The council unanimously approved an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate for the project at 9501 Conner, which includes [...]

Detroit Council approves tax break for redevelopment of Cadillac Stamping Plant site2021-01-13T18:48:57-05:00
12 01, 2021

Automated commercial vehicles are on the fast track

2021-01-12T18:31:57-05:00

Automated commercial vehicles accelerate as result of billions in investments There has been a lot of talk in recent years about when we’ll all be passengers in our self-driving cars and give up control of the wheel on a daily basis. But while progress is being made in that area, it’s still many years [...]

Automated commercial vehicles are on the fast track2021-01-12T18:31:57-05:00
11 01, 2021

Sanctum House: Human trafficking on the rise during COVID-19 pandemic

2021-01-18T15:17:40-05:00

By Edee Franklin For MediaNews Group – Jan 11, 2021 Edee Franklin is the founder, president and chairperson of the board of directors for Sanctum House, a safe home for survivors of human trafficking. Photo by Brett Mountain The COVID-19 pandemic and pervasive opioid crisis continue to lay bare vulnerabilities and fault [...]

Sanctum House: Human trafficking on the rise during COVID-19 pandemic2021-01-18T15:17:40-05:00
7 01, 2021

Festive Luminarias for Outdoor Dining Coming to Southwest Detroit

2021-01-07T11:04:16-05:00

In a bid to offer restaurants more outdoor dining options, the Southwest Detroit Business Association presents The Luminarias of Southwest Detroit, a unique outdoor dining experience that will kick off the new year with participating restaurants. By R.J. King - January 6, 2021 The Southwest Detroit Business Association is offering The Luminarias of Southwest [...]

Festive Luminarias for Outdoor Dining Coming to Southwest Detroit2021-01-07T11:04:16-05:00
6 01, 2021

Heated ‘luminarias’ will bring wintertime outdoor dining to Southwest Detroit restaurants

2021-01-07T10:56:10-05:00

Posted By Lee DeVito on Wed, Jan 6, 2021 at 9:31 am With the pandemic still putting a stop to indoor dining at restaurants, many are turning to heated patios and outdoor enclosures to create safer dining experiences. The Southwest Detroit Business Association (SDBA) is bringing more to its neighborhood's many restaurants — with a Mexican twist. "The Luminarias of Southwest [...]

Heated ‘luminarias’ will bring wintertime outdoor dining to Southwest Detroit restaurants2021-01-07T10:56:10-05:00
5 01, 2021

Southwest Detroit restaurants to get all-season ‘luminarias’ for outdoor dining

2021-01-07T10:41:49-05:00

Fifteen all-weather dining structures shaped like lanterns will pop up outside of Southwest Detroit restaurants in early 2021, thanks in part to a $50,000 grant from Hudson-Webber Foundation Melody Baetens – The Detroit News As outdoor dining continues to evolve during this pandemic, some of the restaurants in Southwest Detroit are getting unique to [...]

Southwest Detroit restaurants to get all-season ‘luminarias’ for outdoor dining2021-01-07T10:41:49-05:00
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