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When Roads Turn to Rivers: Rethinking Detroit’s Flood Infrastructure

Weather wasn’t kind to Detroit in 2021. In late June, Detroit experienced a 100-year flood event, followed by three tornadoes that threw salt in a still–gaping wound. In mid-July,...

The Quiet Rise of Detroit-style Pizza

New York and Chicago pizza may be more famous, but behind the lesser-known Detroit-style is a complex narrative genuine and authentic to the city from which it came; the...

When the Paper Stops Printing: Ann Arbor’s Road to Online News

In 2009, Poynter dubbed Ann Arbor the first city in the U.S. to lose its only daily newspaper. More than ten years later and as many cities have followed suit, how has Ann Arbor adapted and rebuilt connection in the new media landscape?

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