Daily Archives: March 19, 2019

Detroit boutique ad agencies are finding success on their own terms

There’s a word that keeps coming up when talking to the leaders of some of Detroit’s boutique marketing firms. Nimble. Look it up on Dictionary.com and you’ll see why. “Nimble: Quick and light in movement; moving with ease.” “Nimble: Quick to understand, think, devise.” In Detroit’s ever-changing economy, smaller marketing firms are experiencing the benefits of remaining small. It allows ...

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Video: Heroes to Hives

Fourth-generation U.S. Army Veteran Adam Ingrao has dedicated his life to serving honeybees and veterans through a Michigan State University Extension program called Heroes to Hives. As agricultural entomologist educator and veteran liaison with MSUE, Ingrao helps veterans provide honeybees the unique care they need, and in turn, helps veterans help themselves heal from the damaging mental health effects of ...

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Dates, Game Times, & TV Schedule – Detroit News Watch

(CBS Minnesota/CBS Local) The bracket has been revealed and we officially have our field of 68 teams vying for the final spot in the One Shining Moment montage come early April. Now, it’s time to plan your schedule around game times for specific matchups. We’re here to help. Below you’ll find a full list of matchups, game times, and channels ...

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Cobo Center receives sustainability practices recognition

While Cobo Center faces a major change with the recent announcement of Chemical Bank purchasing its naming rights, the convention center is continuing on in its commitment to sustainability practices. Cobo officials have announced that the 17th largest convention center in the country has been recertified to the Event Industry Council’s Accepted Practices Exchange/American Society for Testing and Materials International (APEX/ASTM) Sustainable ...

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Detroit R&B, Andre Williams, Who Co-Wrote ‘Shake A Tail Feather,’ Dies – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (Detroit News Watch/ AP) – Andre Williams, an R&B singer and songwriter who co-wrote “Shake A Tail Feather” and performed across musical genres, died. He was 82. Williams’ manager and musical director, Kenn Goodman, said that Williams was recently diagnosed with colon cancer and that he was receiving hospice care at a Chicago nursing home when he died Sunday. ...

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