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Amber Lewis is making power moves. As the head of digital and social media for Detroit, she creates the narrative for one of the biggest metropolitan cities in the U.S. If there’s newsworthy content happening in the Motor City, she’s the go-to person for communication and transparency. How did you get the position as the head…

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In 1995, when many R&B singers were expressing their feelings for their significant others on wax, an R&B singer from Detroit by the name of Dale recorded a sensual track that still stands the test of time in the city of Detroit. “Soulful Moaning” is the song that introduced Dale to the world. “Soulful Moaning”…

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The city of Detroit has lost so many citizens, the population is down to near 700,000 from 2 million. BY all accounts, crime has run rampant in the city to the point that Detroit Police Chief James E. Craig has urged citizens to buy a gun and do not wait for police.  Now, the Motor…

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Now there really is a new era beginning in Detroit. The Motor city, which became the largest municipality in U.S. history to declare bankruptcy this past summer, has now elected the first white politician to be mayor in four decades. Michael E. Duggan, the former chief executive of the Detroit Medical Center who halted the dangerous hemorrhaging…

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Detroit has given birth to some of America’s greatest cars and some of the worlds greatest talents. In its current economic state, it’s hard to believe this once “motor city” has been crippled by poverty and crime. One day (hopefully soon) Detroit will be as great as it used to be and produce more talent like these…

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The floor of the 2012 North American International Auto Show is where cars and technology collide. Nowhere is crystallized more evidently than with the concept cars that most automakers roll out during these industry exhibits. Concept cars are the vehicles that are not market ready, but displaying them does two things for the automakers: they…

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Sam Logan Jr., the visionary publisher of The Michigan Chronicle, who was committed to the advancement of the black community through journalism, died last Wednesday, Dec. 2.  He was 78. Mr. Logan’s death was reported across several traditional media outlets, however, the personal stories posted on social networking websites like Facebook serve as a platform…

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