Every year, FrontPage Detroit honors individuals in the African-American community who are out to make positive moves within their respective fields and industries. The annual FP 40 nominates 40 front page-worthy newsmakers under the age of 40 who are creating a movement within their professional fields, personal lives and community connections. Tonight marks their celebration, and you’re invited!
Do ever feel like you have this brilliant idea that you want to share with the world? Yet somehow, you find every excuse in the book not to because of what other people will say? Perhaps your idea has to do with making improvements in your neighborhood. Still, you’re unsure of who could best help you with your idea to turn it into a reality.
If so, then your time is Dew!
Have you ever had that strange and sudden craving for a certain food? Maybe it was your favorite pizza from PizzaPapalis with a unique mix of fillings? Or perhaps a savory chicken shawarma from Bucharest Grill? But food isn’t the only kind of “Din” folks are craving in Detroit, we’re suckers for some good news! Yet with new publications seemingly popping up online everyday, sometimes it can be hard to keep up. The solution? Detroit Regional News Hub has partnered with Luther Keith’s ARISE Detroit organization to launch a new resource for catching up on all the city’s latest news: the Detroit Information Network (DIN).