Riviere28: Light Up the Riverfront

The Detroit RiverFront Conservancy launched Riviere28 at the Milliken State Park on June 7, where young professionals and interns participating in the After 5 Intern Program were encouraged to live, work, and play in Detroit. Photos by Patrick Gloria


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Macomb County Business Awards

The fifth annual Macomb County Business Awards was hosted by County Executive Mark Hackel and the The Macomb County Department of Planning and Urban Development on Feb. 14. The breakfast event was held at the Palazzo Grande in Shelby Township and honored local businesses for their work in diversification, efficiency, innovation, and workforce development.

DCBA Gala 2017

The Detroit Chinese Business Association hosted their annual Chinese New Year Gala at the Grand Riverview Ballroom at Detroit's Cobo Center on Feb. 11. Close to 500 guests rang in the Year of the Rooster and enjoyed an evening of networking, celebration, and live music.

Detroit's Boxing Legends Grand Opening

Over 150 people gathered for the grand opening of an exhibit honoring Detroit's boxing legends, including Jonathan Banks, Leeonzer Barber, Tommy Hearns, and many others. The event was held at the Brown and Juanita C. Ford Art Gallery in Detroit and hosted by the Wayne County Community College District's School of Continuing Education. The exhibit is currently open through Feb. 28 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Detroit Secret Sessions 2017

Detroit Secret Sessions: Take One was held at the Jam Handy Film Studios in Detroit on February 7. The evening featured pianist Ivan Moshchuk playing solo piano works of Schubert, DiChiera, and Brahms, as well as an art installation by Lisa Spindler and a wine and cheese reception.

DBusiness Breakfast Series Featuring Eric Larson

Eric Larson, CEO of the Downtown Detroit Partnership, discussed the renaissance of downtown Detroit at the DBusiness Breakfast Series on Tuesday, February 7. Larson's presentation at the Gem Theater in Detroit focused on new office towers, residences, stores, and restaurants coming to the city, as well as the upcoming Little Caesars Arena.
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