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Kathy King and the Michgan Dance Project Warming Up at the RIverside Arts Center, Ypsilanti - Doug Coombe
Guest Blogger: Tim Colbeck
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
After makeovers from Depot Town to Michigan Avenue, Ypsilanti is rebuilding and renovating its core. And the march continues. Ypsilanti DDA director Tim Colbeck discusses what else he'd like to see in terms of a more perfect downtown.
Why Ann Arbor Should Go To the Dogs
Wednesday, April 03, 2013
The power of dogonomics is undeniable, and Ann Arbor is finally beginning to recognize the fact. From pup salons to doggie daycare centers to off-leash parks, canines and their owners are expecting more and better accommodations. So, how are we doing when it comes to man's best friend?
Richard Retyi looks for answers.
MASTERMIND: Chalk Talk With D'Real Graham
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
When people talk about paving the way for the next generation of community leaders and activists they're talking about someone like D'Real Graham. Born and raised in Ypsilanti, Graham ran for his local school board, serves on the city's Recreation Commission, taught science at Ann Arbor's Hands On Museum and is the program coordinator for 826Michigan. And he's only 26.
Our Community's Health: Prescribing Produce
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
"Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants."
Michael Pollan, In Defense Of Food
An innovative 'prescription' program introduces medicinal benefits of fresh produce to lower income Washtenaw County residents. It's not only showing promising results, it's gained the attention of the Public Health Foundation.
Talking Energy and Environment with the State's Valerie Brader
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Affordable energy, reliable energy, and protecting our environment were part of the governor's recent 'Ensuring Our Future' message. Veronica Gracia-Wing digs into the details with the governor's deputy legal council and senior policy advisor.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
t's no accident that Governor Snyder's delivery of the State of the State address today coincides with this week's writings by Nancy Short, deputy manager of appointments in the Office of Governor Snyder. Nancy will be discussing how the administration will translate the outcomes of Michigan's Community Conversations into action, as well as distinct new opportunities on the horizon.
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