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A Time Of Remembrance

Memorial Day used to be celebrated on whatever day May 30th fell on.  Now it is celebrated on the last Monday in the month of May.  859 more words


Rose - 1910

Rose bloom with bud on gold background.

Post marked Redford, Mich. Aug 22, 1910.   Addressed to Mrs. Effie L Weaver, 94 Tireman Ave., Detroit, Michigan… 139 more words


10 Reasons the World Would Not Be The Same Without Michigan

Written by: Morgan Detvay | Rental Management One

It’s nearly impossible to think about a world where the Mitten State doesn’t exist. But sometimes we need a few reminders of just how awesome Michigan is and what is has to contributed to the USA and beyond. 373 more words

Owner & Investor

Flight DL3963 from San Antonio to Detroit (Part 2)

One of the Trump morons has now decided to break out an entire bucket of KFC to chow down on.  Excellent!  Because sitting beside two loud, obese Trump zombies isn’t bad enough but now I have to bare witness to them polishing off a bucket of greasy fast food chicken. 271 more words


A post from my Facebook campaign page

The girls are playing ‘historically old’ songs. That came out when I was mid twenties 😳😂
from Emma Becketts http://ift.tt/1dY7sGH


1939 Detroit Memorial Day Parade

1939 Detroit Memorial Day Parade, photo by Buildings of Detroit

Buildings of Detroit shared this photo back in 2013 saying:

Tonight the Wayback Machine continues to show us views of Detroit’s Memorial Day Parade down Woodward, this time in 1939.

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1st Ever Detroit Startup Week Helps Black Business Entrepreneurs and Hopefuls

article by Carolyn M. Brown via blackenterprise.com

The first annual Detroit Startup Week, powered by Chase, kicked off in May featuring over 100 events with some 2,500 participants attending free activities over the course of five days. 170 more words