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Questions about Gaia Cafe closing linger, but staff says there’s hope for reopening

The beloved Grand Rapids vegetarian restaurant closed on Sunday after a whirlwind grand finale. “We’re focusing forward,” say employees who are trying to buy the business. Full News here – Oakland Business

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Rick Haglund: How well has Michigan recovered? There’s good news and bad news

A new report from the state Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives shows Michigan has made significant progress in many areas, but… Full News here – Detroit Business News

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14th District race packed with action, but there’s little attention

Michigan’s 14th Congressional District is a test-tube baby, conceived by gerrymandering to favor Democrats. Misshapen and geographically bizarre, it wends its way from Pontiac to Farmington Hills to Grosse Pointe. Its midsection — in Southfield and a chunk of Detroit — swells like a boa constrictor after a hearty meal. Full News here – Detroit […]

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In summer, construction on campus – and there’s lots – doesn’t take a vacation

Kirk Pinho – As students return home for summer or scale back their course work, colleges and universities ramp up construction. Full News here – Crain’s Detroit Business – Latest Detroit News

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City Slang: There’s a new solo album from the MC5’s Wayne Kramer on the way

Wayne Kramer, guitarist with legendary Detroit band the MC5, is about to release a solo jazz record called Lexington. When asked about the album title, Kramer said, “I had buried my penitentiary experience in my psyche, but after a few years of sobriety I started looking inward into how I became who I am and […]

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GM Europe applauded for axing Chevy, but there’s still a long way to go

General Motors is clearing a recovery path for its loss-making Opel and Vauxhall brands in Europe as it pulls back from closer ties with France’s Peugeot and withdraws Chevrolet from the market. Full News here – Detroit News columnists RSS from The Detroit News

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City Slang: There’s a new DEMF in town

Carol Marvin, an organizer of the original Detroit Electronic Music Festival, held a press conference at Ford Field on Wednesday morning to announce that there will be a new DEMF festival at Campus Martius Park in Detroit over the July 4th weekend. The event will be free, as was the original DEMF. As far as […]

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Japanese government official: There’s prejudice against Detroit in Japan

Kazuyuki Katayama recently became the consul-general of Japan in Detroit. Full News here – Detroit News

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Mike Suman: There’s help for companies that struggle to launch a new business

Inventor, consultant and author Mike Suman shares tips on taking your idea to market. Full News here – Oakland Business

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Spurs acknowledge there’s pressure to win Game 5

Things change quickly at the NBA Finals, and with everything suddenly seeming right with the Miami Heat, it’s up to the San Antonio Spurs to change them back Sunday night in Game 5. Full News here – Detroit Pistons RSS from The Detroit News

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There’s radio life for ‘Drew and Mike’ after WRIF-FM exit, experts say; share your show memories

DETROIT, MI – Popular Detroit radio personalities Drew Lane and Mike Clark are expected to host their final “Drew and Mike” show 6-11 a.m. Friday on 101 WRIF. What happens to their careers after their curtain call on the rock station appears unclear, but at least two experts agree the colorful hosts could thrive at […]

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There’s an untold story behind auto show attendance

Dustin Walsh – Nearly 800,000 people attended this year’s North American International Auto Show. Automakers, the NAIAS committee and Cobo Center representatives credit the 50 world debuts of vehicles and the show’s updated digs. As they should. Full News here – Crain’s Detroit Business – News Feeds

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Michigan farmers market says there’s no room for kid candymaker

A 12-year-old candymaker has the ambition but no place to sell his wares after a Lansing area farmers’ market said it’s too full to accept his application. Full News here – freep

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Police deny there’s a serial killer, but Detroiters hold vigil for victims

Despite what police are saying — that the tales of rape and murder aren't true — about 50 residents gathered Thursday night for a candlelight vigil at Patton Park to highlight what they are calling the recent spate of violence. Full News here – Metro/State News RSS from The Detroit News

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Detroit Tigers’ Jim Leyland: ‘There’s nothing wrong with Jose Valverde’

Leyland: “I think he’s going to be a big part of the World Series. That’ll leave some people to have some good conversations and questions about it.” Full News here – Ann Arbor mobile sports

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