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A musical experience on both sides of the border

By Tony Wittkowski | Local Government Reporter | The Times Herald

It’s an exposure to classical music with flair.

That’s how Bev O’Brien describes a performance by the International Symphony Orchestra. 752 more words

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Map: Detroit in Chalk

Detroit holds a fascination to many people for varying reasons. This wonderful chalk map by Fritz Haeg was drawn to help with the planning of a project that hopes to explore the rise of art collectives in the city. 150 more words

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It's Only A Test: Active Shooter Exercise Taking Place Near Wayne State

DETROIT (WWJ) - Detroit police are warning people near Wayne State University not to be alarmed — it’s only a test.

Campus police will be conducting a mock active shooter training exercise and drill from 7 a.m. 164 more words

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Shareta Brown Selected Daktronics National Player of the Year

Wayne State University senior center Shareta Brown (Pontiac, Mich. / Grand Blanc) was voted the 2015 Daktronics/Division II Conference Commissioners Association (CCA) Women’s Basketball Ron Lenz National Player of the Year. 102 more words

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Slain civil rights activist to receive posthumous degree

DETROIT (AP)—For 24 years, a stone marker has stood along U.S. 80 in Alabama’s Lowndes County, near the spot where Viola Gregg Liuzzo was fatally shot by Klansmen while shuttling demonstrators after the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery voting rights march. 986 more words

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Slain civil rights activist to receive posthumous degree

DETROIT (AP) — For 24 years, a stone marker has stood along U.S. 80 in Alabama near the spot where Viola Gregg Liuzzo (lee-OO-zoh) was fatally shot by Klansmen while shuttling demonstrators after the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery voting rights march. 187 more words

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Slain Civil Rights Activist To Receive Posthumous Degree From Wayne State University

By Corey Williams, Associated Press

DETROIT (AP) - For 24 years, a stone marker has stood along U.S. 80 in Alabama’s Lowndes County, near the spot where Viola Gregg Liuzzo, a white Detroit housewife, was fatally shot by Klansmen while shuttling demonstrators after the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery voting rights march. 1,010 more words

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