Top Stories From The Michigan Chronicle

Here are the top stories from the Michigan Chronicle impacting Detroit and nationally for the Week of Feb. 17 – Feb.23

Celebrating Four Decades of Grace: The Story of Detroit-Windsor Dance Academy and Debra White-Hunt
Taking up space and continuing to make history within the authentic scene of Detroits New Center, Detroit-Windsor Dance Academy emerges not merely as a dance studio but as a sanctuary of art and community spirit, meticulously woven over four decades.
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Detroit Sets Sights on Its Own Iconic Landmark, Inspired by Hollywood’s Famous Sign
Detroit is set to pay homage to the glitz and glamour of Hollywood with its own version of the famous hillside sign. The city plans to erect a 10-foot-tall “DETROIT” sign, poised between Wyoming and Central avenues along eastbound Interstate 94.
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Survey Says: Michigan Has the Worst Potholes in the Country
It’s February in Michigan, and a few things are certain: Black History Month celebrations are in full effect, orange barrels will reroute your commute, and the potholes are big enough to ruin your week. The potholes, in particular, are a constant problem for drivers, causing frustration, damage to vehicles, and potential safety hazards.
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Local Artist Elonte Davis Hosts Art Exhibit at Eastside Liquor Store, Promoting Art in the Community
Have you ever imagined an art exhibition taking place within the confines of a liquor store? Or envisioned a Detroit artist challenging artistic norms while authentically representing the essence of their community? On Detroit’s Eastside, amidst the hustle and bustle of Gratiot Avenue, lies a remarkable fusion of art and community that challenges conventions and ignites the spirit of appreciation and celebration.
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Afro Nation Returns to Detroit Summer 2024
Detroit, our city, the pulsing heart of Black culture and history, is all lit up with anticipation as Afro Nation, the top-tier Afrobeats festival on the globe, is making its way back to the Motor City this summer according to Bedrock’s Thursday announcement.
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