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Artist opens Atom Art gallery in Ferndale

Ferndale artist Atom Kaiser wants to establish a more inclusive gallery for less-established artists.

Rochester College park project seeks artist submissions

Muralists wanted to create place-based art reflecting the Rochester region along the Clinton River Trail at Rochester College.

Regional development news round-up for April

Pontiac's Strand theater, rebranded Flagstar Strand Theatre of the Performing Arts, breaks ground on a $20 million dollar rehab; Center Line awards Sodecia USA tax exemption in exchange for company headquarters; Cranbrook art graduate program ranks # 6.


Local arts and culture organizations receive grants for work with young people

The Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs awarded $102,189 to 42 arts-and-culture projects across the entire state, a record-breaking year for the organization.

Craft Salon opens in downtown Royal Oak

The new salon caters to every clientele and offers a variety of hair and cosmetic services. 


Grosse Pointe whiskey bar adds live music to its repertoire

The Whiskey Six, a Prohibition-era themed whiskey bar with an upscale pub menu, will now be offering live music as well.

Approval granted for 100-unit luxury apartments development in downtown Milford

This Monday, the Milford Village Council approved a $22-million, high-end development on the former Iverson's Lumber site.

Downtown Pontiac's newest tenant is a women's professional clothing boutique with a mission

Career Dress provides women of low- to -moderate-income with professional attire to help them gain employment and obtain economic independence.

Placemaking projects on Huron and Clinton rivers yield positive changes

"With placemaking, rivers can become the central focus of our towns."

Kuhnhenn Brewing Co. to open new location in Clinton Township

The new brewing facilities will be used for large-scale production and distribution, but will also feature a 280-seat taproom and a kitchen offering small plates.

Regional development news round-up: Diners, parks, and rideshares

It's been another busy month for development news in metropolitan Detroit. Let's catch up on some of the biggest stories from the past four weeks.

Former industrial building near downtown Royal Oak to be transformed into 75 apartments

The new development, dubbed "The Harrison," promises to be one of the most unique adaptive reuses Royal Oak has seen.

Historic Auburn Hills log cabin now a co-working space with wireless internet, free coffee

Auburn Hills' oldest building, the circa-1836 Nusbaumer Homestead Log Cabin, has been transformed into a modern co-working space.
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