2 05, 2017

Grace Centers of Hope host 19th Annual Women Helping Women Event, May 6

Famous fashion designers showcase designs at fundraiser in Rochester 05/01/17 Katerina Bocci, an internationally recognized designer who just launched a luxury bridal collection, will have her work featured at the Grace Centers of Hope's 19th Annual “Women Helping Women” Luncheon and Fashion Show. File Photo  Grace Centers of Hope presents the 19th Annual [...]

2 05, 2017

Better Living with the Better Health Store

APR 29, 2017 The Better Health Store will bring together holistic health care providers and feature a variety of exhibitors showcasing the newest natural organic products at the Better Living Expo 2017 in Southfield. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. today, participants can get all they need to know about implementing and practicing a healthy lifestyle. [...]

3 04, 2017

Weber’s Inn Reaches Milestone 80th Anniversary In Ann Arbor: A Look Back At Its History

Painting of former Weber's site on Jackson Road by Donald B. Gooch, former professor of advertising design at the University of Michigan By JORGE AVELLAN • MAR 13, 2017 Weber’s Inn, to many, is one of Washtenaw County’s most iconic landmarks.  2017 marks its  80th anniversary.  We sent WEMU’s Jorge Avellan to find [...]

3 04, 2017

Weber’s 80th anniversary celebration

          March 13, 2017 Celebrate Weber's 80th Anniversary at the iconic Ann Arbor restaurant.   This segment originally aired here on WDIV Local 4.

30 03, 2017

Angelo Henderson’s Family Hires McKeen & Associates and Files Wrongful Death Suit

  Detroit Mayoral Candidate Mike Duggan and his guest Impact Church Pastor Keenan Knox, 42, of Detroit, talk with listeners and are interviewed during the Angelo Henderson Show called, “Your Voice,” on NewsTalk 1200 AM and 99.9 FM WCHB, Wednesday morning, October 16, 2013. (Todd McInturf / The Detroit News)2013. (Photo: Todd McInturf / [...]

28 03, 2017

Foundations Grant $250,000 To Grow Community Leadership

    This video was originally posted for the American Black Journal on Detroit Public TV and can be found here.

28 03, 2017

Consulate General of Japan in Detroit hosts popular Japanese language contest

      By Jenny Sherman 03/27/17 Troy Athens student Michele Chen (left) took home the Consul General’s Award at the 22nd annual Michigan Japanese Language Speech Contest, held March 25, 2017. Three other Troy Athens students (from left) Julian Gao, Kristine Bassett and Laya Sathyan, each placed in the high school competition. Photo [...]

20 03, 2017

Detroit School Closings / Economic Development in Detroit

On the next American Black Journal, the threat of more school closings in Detroit continues to be a hot button issue for educators, parents and students. We'll get the young people's perspective from students in the Neighborhood Service Organization's Youth Initiatives Project.  Plus, a local organization focuses on empowering residents to become self-reliant problem solvers who build up their [...]

14 03, 2017

Alzheimer’s disease can take toll on employees, the workplace

By David M. Downey, of Alzheimer's Association While I have seen, throughout my personal life, what Alzheimer's disease and dementia can do to loved ones, I also have experienced how this disease can impact the workplace. Throughout my career in various executive positions with large corporations and my own businesses, I have witnessed a number [...]

7 03, 2017

Manufacturing needs a rebrand

President and CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers, Jay Timmons, and CEO and Chairman of Copper Standard, Jeffrey S. Edwards, opinion piece on the importance of manufacturing to the nation’s economy. February 23, 2017 By Jay Timmons and Jeffrey S. Edwards, The Detroit News From industrial robots, virtual reality and nanotechnology materials to handcrafted [...]