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July-August 2022

  • Powered by women
  • an illustration of calvin johnson and ben wallace in front of the detroit skyline behind a row of pot leaves
  • Courtesy of Lakeland Fresh Farms
  • Courtesy of Huntington Bank
  • front line During the Civil War, women helped care for injured soldiers, as depicted in “Our Women and the War,” a wood engraving by Winslow Homer (1862). Clarissa Britain, who lived in Michigan at the time, took a different path by creating an “improved ambulance,” for which she received a U.S. patent. She also developed other inventions and was awarded seven patents overall. // Courtesy of the Cleveland Museum of Art
  • Creative digital brain background. Artifical intelligence and future concept. 3D Rendering
  • MSGCU in Commerce Township. // Courtesy of Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union
  • Illustration of robots as gas pumps
  • Barrel Aged - In addition to being an accomplished guitarist, musician, and arranger, Neil Giraldo launched Steel Bending Spirits in Ann Arbor, which produces Three Chord Bourbon selections in Chelsea. // Courtesy of Three Chord Bourbon
  • Plante Moran, Southfield
  • Proper Posture - Cathy and Jerry Sitek (above) designed the StandRite-Pro (below) to prevent the root cause of musculoskeletal disorders in workers. // Courtesy of Cathy Sitek
  • Plymouth's Rapid Transit System ad campaign from 1968-1972
  • Clare McManus holding chocolate covered strawberries
  • Jocelyn Ho holding her exotic plants