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The Closet, Donna Liccardello

Woman opens The Closet, provides clothes for all sizes

For Donna Liccardello, it began with one little boy on a cold winter day. "I had asked him like, 'Honey, where is your coat?' and he said ...

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Humble Design supplies donated furniture to families

Be aware something special is going on -- it's called Humble Design. Humble Design takes donated furniture and supplies it to families coming out of ...

Inside House of Providence

House offers safe, permanent home for foster children

What makes a family? At House of Providence, it's a safe and permanent home for foster children who are most at risk -- the ones in their ...

Crayons 4 Kids

Crayons 4 Kids helps brighten, color heart of Detroit

Susie Fenster is doing a new twist on take-out. She comes to restaurants with a plastic bin and leaves with crayons ...

Live in the D Heart of Detroit Susie Fenster

Live in the D: Heart of Detroit: Susie Fenster

Susie Fenster is doing a new twist on take-out. She comes to restaurants with a plastic bin and leaves with crayons.

Live in the D Heart of Detroit Coach Khali

Live in the D: Heart of Detroit: Coach Khali

Coach Khali sits down on Live in the D after he was featured in this week's Heart of Detroit.

Carlos Sweeny - Coach Khali

Coach Khali aims to change lives, runs Downtown Boxing Gym

He works in a ring, but Carlos Sweeny, or Coach Kali as he's known, isn't trying for a crown: He's trying to save ...

Toni Mcilwain helps Ravendale community

Woman runs programs for hard-hit community of Ravendale

More than 40 years ago, Toni McIlwain was homeless, having run away from an abusive violent husband ...

Regina Haywood in school

Principal works to bring students back to Detroit schools

Meet Regina Haywood, a lifelong teacher and administrator who, as a new principal, addressed the shrinking populations of 103-year-old Nichols Elementary and Middle School in Indian Village by going ...

Birdhouse for Autism

Heart of Detroit: Birdhouse for Autism app

Autistic children are both a blessing and a challenge. Danielle Gillman, mother of 9-year-old Brodie, quickly discovered her biggest challenge was keeping information organized. Two years ago, Gillman and Ben Chutz created Birdhouse for Autism, an…


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Askew One Hits Detroit

On August 23rd Askew One opened his first international art show entitled "ENTROPY" at Inner State Gallery here in Detroit. With new works Askew showcases a more refined version of his unique process of portraits. ASKEW is recognized worldwide for his unique approach to graffiti art and remains at the forefront of the international art scene through constantly exploring new and exciting styles in a world of imitators. Check out ENTROPY now through September 19th a Inner State Gallery or online at 1xrun.

Like Clockwork

Queens Of The Stone Age rocked The Fillmore, bringing new music with their 6th studio album "Like Clockwork". QOSA have not had an album since 2007 so this new release was not only big for fans but for front man Josh Homme and the band as well. Like Clockwork has received critical acclaim reaching number 2 in the UK charts and number 1 on the Billboard 200. In 2010 singer Homme suffered serious complications from a knee surgery and was looking at the end of the band. But members of the band supported Homme and got him back in the studio to record this 6th album. Looks like Queens Of The Stone Age are back on track, and the music is nothing short of awesome. Check out band live and check out the new album, you wont be disappointed.

Delta Machine Launches from Detroit

Depeche Mode one of Modern/New Wave's biggest bands since 1980, kicks off a world tour for their new album Delta Machine right here in Michigan. Delta Machine is the bands 13th studio album and it sounds great, and even better live. Young and old fans came out Thursday night to witness a very entertaining show, which was opened by the band Bat For Lashes who also had an amazing sound. Check out the new album and check out some picks from Thursdays show.

Kid Rock Says Goodbye

After seeing the first and last two shows of the eight Kid Rock "Best Night Ever Concerts" I realized that Rock has not missed a beat as a showman. He has as much energy as he had back around when Devil Without A Cause came out if not more. Last night he did not let up as it was the closing show here in Detroit, and was as pumped up as the first show. Throughout all 8 shows at DTE Kid was happy to see fans young and old, and even stated that if the new fans were not familiar with his old stuff he would "ease them into it" followed by a jump in the air and yelling "you never met a mother(expletive) quite like me!!" Best Night Ever has to go down as one of the best concerts ever, and the $20 ticket price is just the start. Check out photos from the last two shows.

Sal Rodriguez

35th Annual Dally In The Alley

This year's Dally in The Alley was the 35th installment of the popular Detroit festival. Located in Detroit's Cass Corridor, people come from all around for the one day event.

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