Daily Archives: July 10, 2018

IMG seeks storytellers with a passion for Michigan

Issue Media Group is seeking creative self-starters for freelance writing, editing, and photography roles for our publications across Michigan, including Model D (City of Detroit), Metromode (Metro Detroit), Concentrate (Ann Arbor), The Keel (Port Huron), Catalyst (Midland), Epicenter (Mount Pleasant), Capital Gains (Lansing), Rapid Growth (Grand Rapids), Southwest Michigan Second Wave (Kalamazoo / Battle Creek), and Flintside (Flint). Ideal candidates will have previous digital journalism or community newspaper experience or be a recent graduate with relevant qualifications and work ...

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Most Exciting Tournament « Detroit News Watch

The PGA TOUR schedule is jam-packed with exciting tournaments spread throughout the year and throughout the country. Every event is unique. And every player and fan has their favorites, along with personal reasons why those events are special them. But so many factors distinguish one event from another? We could look to the quality of the course and the field. We ...

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This first generation Mexican-American is growing a taco truck empire in southwest Detroit

This article was originally published Tostada Magazine. Nancy Lopez’s eyes light up whenever she talks about the community she’s building around food in southwest Detroit. Speaking with her at her outdoor taqueria situated at the former La Terraza on Lawndale, Lopez explains that she wants to recreate what is so quintessential to her hometown of Guadalajara: this idea of a ...

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Drake Beats Beatles Historic Record « Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — “Yesterday” a longstanding record from The Beatles felt the sting of a “Scorpion.” Drake’s “Scorpion” album set a record by posting seven simultaneous singles on Billboards Top 10. That toppled The Beatles record of five singles set in 1964. Billboard notes the band remains “the only act to monopolize the Hot 100’s entire top five in a week.” ...

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Fostering the youth leaders of tomorrow, today

It is a busy Friday at the Cody Rouge Community Action Alliance (CRCAA). Young people and parents alike are completing tax forms, applications, and submitting work permits. On the coming Monday, 175 young people, referred through this agency, will start their summer jobs as a part of Grow Detroit’s Young Talent program. CRCAA is one of a dozen referring agencies ...

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