Ready for a party with a purpose? Save May 17, 2012 for Detroit4Detroit’s Crank Up the Cause!
January is a tough time for retail sales, small local businesses are especially hard hit with some even having to shut down temporarily. “Cash Mobbing” is an exciting new way to give these struggling stores a bump in business.
Here at I am Young Detroit, we have been following the narratives of young people making change happen in the city. You have a chance to be one of those change-makers and become a part of a critical, 100% Detroit-driven community project.
You might be one of the many who celebrates Halloween for weeks before the Holiday, but if you’re a procrastinator, you’ve still got a chance today and tomorrow!
There’s plenty of Halloween fun in Midtown. Detroit is hosting it’s own haunted house, Detroit Urban Legends, over on Cass & Selden! Then, grab some sushi at Wasabi surrounded by ghouls and ghosts– they’ve went all out with the decorations.
If you’re a Detroit sports fan, Lion Louis Delmas and Piston Charlie Villanueva are hosting the first annual, Bowling Spook-Tacular. The event will feature bowling and a costume contest, with 100% of the event proceeds going to charity.
Interested in doing some civic service Halloween night? Help keep the city safe by volunteering for Angels Night, or follow their tips to help out from home.
From the last day to register for Detroit elections to voting for the Hatch semifinalists, Detroiters are speaking up, or at least planning to.
This Tuesday was the last day to register to vote for the Detroit City Elections next month. There was a strong call to action, even on social networks, to “get registered!” A piece by Vincent M. Keenan stressed the importance of not letting Detroit’s creative vision and energy miss the poll box.