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Grosse Pointe


While the Grosse Pointes may be known for old money and Metro Detroit's bluest blood, the collection of cities is also a place for young families to put down their roots in a stable community with easy access to Detroit's cultural amenities. Plus, the Pointes' waterfront parks and neighborhood shopping add up to a complete package of riches for its residents.

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Using perch for bait along Fox Creek at Mariner's Park, this group of fishermen meet every Saturday in summer. Across the creek and behind the fence is Grosse Pointe Park.

Life on the Border: Blurring the lines that separate Detroit and Grosse Pointe Park

Race and class collide along the stark border separating Detroit and Grosse Pointe Park. Can these two communities come together as neighbors?

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Examining the borders that define metro Detroit

As the city of Detroit recovers from bankruptcy, county power dynamics shift, and regional issues like water, sewer, transit, education and energy come to the fore, the borders that circumscribe metropolitan Detroit will impact an array of  important issues affecting us all.

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Best/Worst: Bikes & borders in metro Detroit

Metro Detroit communities struggle with the legacies of the past, the demands of the present, and the needs of the future. Some do a good job of balancing those concerns. Others, not so much. Our newest series points to the good and bad choices local communities make and what we can learn from them. In the cross-hairs this month: Ann Arbor and Grosse Pointe.

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Metro Detroit: Under the radar

Feeling a bit like you're doing the same old, same old in metro Detroit? Looking for something a tad less obvious to do or see? Metromode's Nicole Rupersburg gives you the down low on places, events and venues that are off the beaten path, under the radar, or just plain under-appreciated.

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Diversity Comes to the Grosse Pointes

The Grosse Pointes have a long and storied reputation for economic and racial exclusivity. But the last decade has seen significant change in the complexion of the five communities, and some residents are working to open the dialogue around diversity and acceptance. 
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