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Saladin Ahmed: Fantasy Forged in the Heart of Dearborn
Thursday, November 21, 2013
From Dearborn to New York City and back to metro Detroit, Saladin Ahmed is a Hugo- and Nebula-nominated author who has found just the right balance of family life and creative connection.
Reel Fanatic: Mike White and The Projection Booth
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Mike White was born to love movies, the more obscure the better. It's a passion that has fueled The Projection Booth, a weekly podcast he hosts with WDET's Rob St. Mary. For 100 episodes White has attracted filmmakers, actors, journalists, and cinephiles to his deep dive discussions of moviedom's lesser-known achievements.
Worth A Thousand Words: A Chat with George Bulanda
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Any one who picks up an issue of HOUR Detroit immediately notices the photography, images that lovingly capture both the energy of today and the vibrancy of our past. George Bulanda, the magazine's managing editor, has just released
The Way It Was, Part 2,
a collection that captures Detroit between 1869 and 1980.
chats with George about the pictures he chose and why.
Double Lives: Tim Kochenderfer
Thursday, May 12, 2011
All the world's a stage for Tim Kochenderfer. Literally. When he's not producing the nightly news for Channel 7 Action News, he's penning his next stage play. With 17 published titles under his belt and more on the way, this Emmy-award winning producer has become a mainstay in school theaters around the globe.
Chaldeans And Jews: Building A Common Community
Thursday, April 07, 2011
It's a well-known fact that immigrants are an entrepreneurial crowd. Yet, common misconceptions among ethnic groups can splinter economic and social relations. A pair of newspaper publishers saw the rift between those of Jewish and Chaldean heritage and got together to form the "Building Communities" program, which offers cultural exchange, a teen forum, and even an angel investment fund.
Thursday, April 21, 2011
In the comics, as in life, actions speak louder than words. From toughing out road construction projects to the digitizing of print, Green Brain Comics co-owner Dan Merritt covers the survival of the superhero of American art forms, the comic book.
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