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“Her Cries Are Heard” Working to Prevent Violence Against Females
Nov01

“Her Cries Are Heard” Working to Prevent Violence Against Females

Having grieved the violent deaths of both her sister and niece over the past 25 years, Sheila Hightower White and her family founded “Her Cries Are Heard” last November. The group’s goal is to help prevent violence – partnering with police, meeting with the public, and providing tools and information that will help stop more females from becoming victims. To help promote its mission, the group organized an informational rally in...

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Caribbean Cruise Deal Anyone?
Sep15

Caribbean Cruise Deal Anyone?

The deals just keep getting better! Get away in a guaranteed balcony stateroom aboard the luxurious MSC Divina with select 7-night Caribbean cruises starting at $299 pp. Don’t miss out on this 48 hour opportunity to book early and save. Contact me today to take advantage of this very special and extremely time-limited offer from MSC Cruises. (313-808-8018).   Angela Barney, The Travel Diva 313-808-8018...

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How Do You Like Detroit City Limits Newly Redesigned Website?
Aug15

How Do You Like Detroit City Limits Newly Redesigned Website?

So we’ve spent the last month totally redesigning the Detroit City Limits online edition of this Michigan newspaper! We’d love to hear your thoughts & comments about this brand new look! (you must register to make comments & you can do so HERE) THANKS for reading Detroit City Limits & for your continued support!  ...

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News From The Fort Street Chorale
May01

News From The Fort Street Chorale

For Immediate Release Contact: Sue Allen 248.544.3463, allensue12@sbcglobal.net Cleo Hamilton 313.865.6306, James.hamilton@wayne.edu PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT Time: 15 seconds Event Date: Sunday, May 4, 2014 The Fort Street Chorale and Chamber Orchestra present Mozart’s Requiem and Benjamin Britten’s Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings Sunday, May 4 at 3 p.m. in Detroit’s historic Fort Street Presbyterian Church, at the corner of...

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Happy Anniversary Detroit City Limits!
Apr01

Happy Anniversary Detroit City Limits!

A year ago this issue, Detroit City Limits made its debut. When, I first started this publication, I knew in my heart that I wasn’t the only one out there who was getting tired of all the negative publicity about Detroit, and based on the popularity of the paper and its success, it looks like I wasn’t wrong. I suppose I could go around and take all the credit for the paper and its success, but in reality I play a very small part of...

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