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10 Impressive Detroit Firsts

In our 315-year history, Detroit has seen and done a lot. Its reputation for innovation and trendsetting is well-deserved. The city and its people have been on the cutting edge of advancements in multiple sectors throughout Detroit’s history. From the first paved road to the first try-colored traffic light, check out what awesome firsts Detroit gave the world. 1. First mile of paved road in America With Detroit’s history in the automotive and manufacturing industry, it shouldn’t come as...

A Great Arena On Grand River That's Now Gone: The Story Of Detroit's Olympia Stadium

With construction on the new Little Caesars Arena progressing smoothly, the Red Wings will have a new home for their 2017-2018 season. Little Caesars Arena will be the Red Wings’ third home since their creation, and it will likely play a large part in Detroit’s ever-developing identity. But hockey fans and Detroiters still hold much love and nostalgia for the past – and when it comes to old hockey barns, The Detroit Olympia was a beloved gem and so let’s take a look back while we’re building t...

QUICK TIP: Meet Former Red Wings Players at Meijer Sep. 2 and 3

What’s better than getting to meet a former Red Wings player while grocery shopping? Not much, if you ask me. On Wednesday, September 2 at the Allen Park Meijer, shoppers will have the chance to meet Darren McCarty. From 6-8 p.m., Meijer is hosting the Red Wings Interactive Experience and Coke Zero Sampling event. An autograph session with McCarty will take place from 7-8 p.m. The first 150 people in line for the event will receive a priority wristband that will ensure one autograph. Wristba...

10 Things You Think When You Move To Detroit

I’m a native Houstonian, and I moved from the Greater Houston Area to the Metro Detroit area last August. I knew that things would be different – the winters would be colder, for one. However, there were some things that I didn’t anticipate. Take a glimpse into a non-Detroiter’s mind and find out some of the things we think upon moving to the city. 1. Why Can’t I Turn Left? Fortunately, the Michigan left hasn’t caught on in the rest of the nation. However, that means that people who ha...

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