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Dearborn is known as a destination for Middle Eastern food -- as it should be. But there is a lot more going on in this city than just falafels. Cuisine from all around the world, independent boutiques, cozy pubs and thumping clubs can be found -- as can historic homes and, increasingly, lofts and townhouses.


Alma Wheeler Smith at the Blake Transit Center

Connecting Detroit and Ann Arbor with transit: What's next for the Michigan Avenue corridor

It took decades to happen, but metro Detroit is finally developing a regional transportation plan, and it includes Ann Arbor. Getting DDOT, SMART and AAATA to work together is instrumental if we're serious about changing the ignoble fact that we're the only metro in the nation's top 25 to lack such a system.

Devon Akmon, executive director of the Arab American National Museum

Arab American National Museum is the first and only institution of its kind

Located in Dearborn, the Arab American National Museum is the first and only museum in the United States devoted to Arab American history and culture.

Maia Crown Williams, organizer of MECCAcon

The changing face of the comics industry is on display in Detroit

This fall in Detroit, two new conventions will bring the work of women and people of color to the forefront of the comics industry.

Maker Faire Detroit 2015

Maker Faire Detroit 2015 in pictures

On July 25 and 26 at The Henry Ford in Dearborn, the sixth-annual Maker Faire Detroit featured around 300 makers who interacted with thousands of attendees through exhibits, events, and talks. Photographer Doug Coombe was present to document the happenings.

Mt. Elliott Maker Space

Why you should be excited for Maker Faire Detroit (and how you can win tickets)

Maker Faire Detroit is happening July 25 and 26 at the Henry Ford in Dearborn. Here's what to expect and how you can win free tickets.
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