Travel in Detroit, MI

The soon-to-be released plan calls for the achievable—improvements to Gullen Mall—and the aspirational—a deck over I-94

Much work remains for 2020 and beyondThe Minnesota Legislature’s 2019 work came to a close on Saturday morning with significant gains for working people but much work remaining when lawmakers return

For more than a quarter century, North America’s working families have raised our voices for a better trade policy. The defenders of corporate-dominated trade rules too often portray trade as an end in itself. But trade is not an end, it is a means. Trade policy must be judged by whether it leads to a just, inclusive and sustainable economy. An economy that works for all, regardless of race, gender or national origin, and that in particular lifts up the most vulnerable. By…

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Provides added local value for Comcast and potential viewership for orchestra
First performance in the series is 8 p.m. Friday
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Comcast Corp. partnered to show concerts live for cable viewers in Michigan
Comcast cable watchers in Michigan can now tune in for live Detroit Symphony Orchestra performances
In a content-for-air time trade, Philadelphia-based Comcast Corp. is broadcasting some…

Separating fact from fiction is always tough when listening to President Trump, who lives in his own, fact-free fantasy-world. This is particularly so when it comes to trade and manufacturing. Here are a few key points on that topic to keep in mind when listening to his State of the Union address. There’s a lot…

$750,000 project has involved months of preparation
Buffalo, N.Y.-based International Chimney Corp. leading high-profile move
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In preparation for moving the Mackenzie House to a new corner, crews are boarding up the historic home and have cleared the former Wayne State University parking lot, on which the house will be transported
Moving the historic Mackenzie House on Wayne State University's campus is going…

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More than 800 students started off the school year right with the supplies they needed, thanks to 13 area union entities.

Esau Gutierrez has been canvassing six days a week in Reno with UniteHERE/Culinary Workers Union for Jacky Rosen for U.S. Senate and Steve Sisolak for Governor.
He described his work in a post for ...

The word "tariff" is popping up in the news a lot lately. Check out this short video that helps you understand what tariffs are and what impact they have on working people.

The Aug. 7 primaries could have major implications for the future of unions in Missouri.

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra presents its 40th annual Classical Roots concert, celebrating African-American contributions to classical music, at 10:45 a.m. Friday and 8 p.m. Saturday, March 2-3, at Orchestra Hall,

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Blog post at Boomer Places : One of the main concerns for any 50+ persons which includes many of us baby boomers, is a slip and fall. These can cause not only severe inj[..]

Theatrical Trailer for the feature documentary, DEFIANT REQUIEM, about cultural resistance at the the Nazi concentration camp, Terezin, where the inmates fou...

The US is caught in a vicious cycle, with rising political inequality driving an ever-rising concentration of wealth at the top.

Exploring farmers markets around the state is a wonderful summer activity. Guest blogger Samantha Collins, Communications and Events Manager for the Michigan Farmers Market Association, shares what you don't want to miss
Farmer's Stand, Onsted, MI
With over 300 farmers markets in the state, Michigan boasts a vibrant summer market season from May through October with a wide variety of fresh fruits, vegetables and artisan goods…

Click above to watch WDET’s Facebook Live stream of “Detroit Today…Tonight: How’s Detroit Doing with Education?”
Detroit Superintendent Alycia Meriweather and Michigan Senate Education Chair Phil Pavlov are in studio with a live audience of students, teachers, parents and employers. They’re all here to talk about the community’s concerns and priorities for schools. This special broadcast of “Detroit Today” is part of our work with the…

What a difference a year makes. After defending her Olympic medal a year ago in Brazil, middleweight Claressa Shields will headline a boxing card in her home state of Michigan.