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Located north of Windsor, Ontario, Detroit is the only major U.S. city that looks south to Canada. In the 1940s, blues artist John Lee Hooker became a long-term resident. Hooker, among other important blues musicians, migrated from his home in Mississippi bringing the Delta Blues to northern cities like Detroit. Berry Gordy, Jr. founded Motown Records which rose to prominence during the 1960s and early 1970s.

Population: 912062
Local Newspapers: Detroit Free Press
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions (NFL) Detroit Pistons (NBA) Detroit Red Wings (NHL) Detroit Tigers (MLB)
Local Colleges: Wayne State University University of Detroit Mercy

Zip Codes associated with detroit, michigan: 48201 48202 48203 48204 48205 48206 48207 48208 48209 48210 48211 48212 48213 48214 48215 48216 48217 48218 48219 48220 48221 48223 48224 48225 48226 48227 48228 48229 48230 48234 48235 48236 48237 48238 48239 48240
Towns/Cities near detroit, michigan : Woodbridge Hamtramck Highland Park Dearborn River Rouge Gold Coast Harper Woods

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Autoimmune Disease Public Forum in Detroit, MI

EASTPOINTE, MI NOVEMBER 20, 2017: American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association presents "What Every American Needs to Know About Autoimmune Disease" public forum Saturday, December 9, 2017. This FREE conference is open to patients, their families, healthcare providers and the public.

Christmas shows pop up all over Metro Detroit

It may seem as if there are so many holiday extravaganzas playing Detroit area theaters over the holiday season, there must be a candy cane and snowflake-bedecked factory somewhere, where these shows are concocted. Well - yes, more or less.

Collin Rose remembered at vigil one year later

DETROIT - The community is remembering a fallen hero. Wayne State University Police Sgt.

Old Willis Show Bar will reopen in Detroit

A blast from the past about to reopen in Detroit. The historic Willis Show Bar plans to reopen in January.

A dining guide to Detroit's evolving Capitol Park

The historic district has seen many changes during the past several months. Construction is constant, with heavy equipment vehicles scattered among renovated buildings and new shops and places to eat opening frequently.

Where to buy gifts made in Detroit

The holiday season is in full swing in the Motor City! And while you could just get all of your shopping done with the click of a button or at a suburban mall, there are plenty of options to buy Detroit gifts here in the city this winter. We've rounded up the best markets, pop-ups, and shopping events in the city this season.

New Detroit gaming center will have 'FootPool' tables, combining soccer and billiards

A new interactive gaming center that combines soccer with pool, otherwise known as "FootPool" will open its doors Dec. 9 in a building already known for sporting innovation. The Gamer's Gallery will be located in a 6,500-square-foot space above Hamtramck's Fowling Warehouse, where a combination of football and bowling has grown into a popular game in recent years.

Aretha Franklin's friends deny death speculation

Former Access Hollywood host Shaun Robinson took to Twitter on Tuesday to pass on a message from the veteran singer's loved ones, after unconfirmed rumours surfaced online suggesting Aretha had passed away, turning the 75-year-old into a trending topic on the micro-blogging site. "Good Morning, Everyone," Robinson tweeted.

Grizzly Bear just shook off 4-year hibernation, and they're coming to metro Detroit

When your band is referred to as the American equivalent to Radiohead by critics and fans alike, the world takes notice of your absence. For Grizzly Bear, a band whose reputation was forged by both the music blog-industrial complex of the mid-2000s as well as their exploratory affection for restless rumination, that four year hibernation quickly metastasized into rumors of disbandment.

Giving by the book: A rundown of Detroit tomes for the literates in your life

Reliving Detroit's "Golden Age" - Over the last decade, Chris Edwards and Elaine Weeks have churned out five books about the Windsor area. This year brings readers 5,000 Ways You Know You're From Detroit , the duo's first book about our fair city, and it's a doozy.

Detroit city council agrees to jail land swap deal

The county wants that land to be the site of a new jail. But the deal still needs to be negotiated, and approved by the Wayne County Board of Commissioners and the Wayne County Land Bank.

Detroit city clerk candidate plans to ask for partial election recount

The candidate who narrowly lost his bid to become Detroit city clerk says he'll ask for a recount of some votes cast in this month's election. Garlin Gilchrist II lost to incumbent clerk Janice Winfrey by about 1,400 votes.

Dynamic rapper Yelawolf to play Fillmore

In 2005, Michael Atha was not yet known as rap star Yelawolf. In fact, he was being featured on a reality TV competition The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott .

Meet the Detroiter made infamous by an iconic anti-war poster

An event this weekend will mark 50 years since anti-war activists attempted an "exorcism" of the Pentagon, and will feature the man from Detroit who burned a draft card and became part of a historic piece of anti-war agitprop. It's a long story, one that has been told better several times before .

Parks & Rec spearheads effort to feed Detroit's homeless on Thanksgiving

For the second year in a row, Parks & Rec Executive Chef Allie Lyttle is heading a grassroots effort to feed Detroit's many homeless residents. The effort is part of a nation-wide endeavor called Gobble Gobble Give.

Man who stabbed woman 120 times to be sentenced

The man convicted of stabbing a metro Detroit woman 120 times with a screwdriver will be sentenced on the murder charge Tuesday. In court last month, prosecutors said Iannotti stabbed her with the screwdriver 120 times in the head, as well as multiple times elsewhere on her body, according to the Macomb Daily.

Murdered circus star's sister helps free man

For several days residents in a downtown Detroit apartment have been feeling the cold bitter air. They say they have no heat and keep A circus performer for metro Detroit was murdered 25 years ago.

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