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9 things to do in Detroit this weekend, January 18 - January 21 clarkek@detroi… Thu, 01/17/2019 - 10:40

JANUARY 18  

Learn how to weave at the DIA’s drop-in workshop.  

Party all night long at the NAIAS Charity Preview|After Party at the Foundation Hotel.  

JANUARY 19  

Take a cooking class with Fork + Knife & Food.  

11Jan

The City of Detroit needs Census takers. You can make at least $19/hr doing it.

Y’all still got bills from the holidays? Trying to travel more and flex for IG? Generally feeling crushed by capitalism’s urge to present our best selves at all times and need a fix? The Census — yes, the Census — could be here for you.

As you should know, the Census is taken every decade, and we’re just about due for a new count. Though Detroit has several, several issues that have brought us to the precarious financial straits we’ve been in over the last few years, at least some of that can be attributed to population loss.

07Jan

Neighborhood Natives: Meagan Ward

City of Detroit photographer Cyrus Tetteh has spent the last year photographing notable Detroit residents and natives for our “Neighborhood Natives” portrait series. See the portraits now through March 27 at the Detroit Public Library Main Branch at 5201 Woodward Avenue.

Raised on Detroit’s west side, Meagan is the founder of Creatively Flawless, owner of FEMOLOGY and creator of The Powerful Women.

07Jan

Neighborhood Natives: jessica Care moore

City of Detroit photographer Cyrus Tetteh has spent the last year photographing notable Detroit residents and natives for our “Neighborhood Natives” portrait series. See the portraits now through March 27 at the Detroit Public Library Main Branch at 5201 Woodward Avenue.

An internationally renowned poet, playwright, performance artist and producer, jessica grew up on Detroit’s west side. She has performed on every continent and believes poems belong everywhere and to everyone.

07Jan

Neighborhood Natives: Tommy Hearns

City of Detroit photographer Cyrus Tetteh has spent the last year photographing notable Detroit residents and natives for our “Neighborhood Natives” portrait series. See the portraits now through March 27 at the Detroit Public Library Main Branch at 5201 Woodward Avenue.

Hall of Famer Tommy “Hitman” Hearns was raised on Detroit’s east side. Hearns became the first boxer in history to win world titles in four divisions and has won eight world titles in six different weight categories.

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