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9 and Woodward Intersection
There aren't many Metro Detroit intersections more happening than Woodward and Nine Mile. The once-sleepy hamlet of Ferndale has become the arbiter of hip in Metro Detroit. Great shopping, dining and people-watching meet affordable housing a mere jump away from Detroit and Royal Oak. Location, location, location.
Where's the Beef in Metro Detroit? (& Lamb, Pork, & Duck)
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Man does not live by gluten-free vegan cuisine alone. Some might argue that's not living at all. For all the love that's given to the how-green-is-my-garden folks,
Nicole Rupersburg feels it's time to give a big bloody hug to locals who want to put their incisors to good use.
Rust Belt Market Redux: The Success of Small Businesses in a Big Box Store
Kim North Shine
Thursday, April 25, 2013
What started as a noble experiment in support of local artists, creatives and vendors has turned into a vibrant success. Not only has Ferndale's Rust Belt Market been both a home and launching pad for new businesses, it's in the process of becoming an event destination.
Is Your Community Redevelopment Ready?
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Sometimes it's not about adding to what you've got but making the most of what you have. For nearly a decade the Michigan Suburbs Alliance has helped metro Detroit communities to redevelop their existing assets. Now, the program is being adopted by the MEDC in order to go state-wide, and they're discovering that regional cooperation is a key component for success.
Going Veggie in Metro Detroit
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Metro Detroiters do not live by meat alone. For an increasing many, there must also be veggies, and nothing but.
Nicole Rupersburg offers up a guide to local restaurants devoted to vegetarian cuisine as well as places that include great meatless options.
Finding A Hydrogen Future
Thursday, December 20, 2012
For more than 20 years Dr. Robert Buxbaum's Ferndale-based company has been designing technologies that filter hydrogen. That may not sound particularly exciting to the everyday Joe but when you consider that he has contracts with the U.S. and U.K. Navies and believes his product could have prevented the Fukushima meltdown you understand how focusing on something very small can have a very large impact.
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