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Pontiac is a city in its own right, with a downtown to match. Live music venues, unique restaurants, off-the-hook clubs, avant-garde galleries? Check, check, check, check. Plus, there is quality historic housing stock that is actually affordable.

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Benevolence and bottom lines: Social enterprise in metro Detroit

You've heard the term "social enterprise," but what does it actually mean? Metromode's David Sands goes beyond the buzzword to find out how organizations are mixing profitability and sustainability in metro Detroit. 

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Metro Detroit employers offer family-friendly policies to attract millennial workers

Workplaces across the nation are slow to meet the needs of a new generation of employees with families. But we talked to several Metro Detroit employers who are bucking that trend and leading the way to a more family-friendly workplace future.

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ModeChat: Jeremy Brown on growing the Oakland County Farmers' Market into a community asset

The Oakland County Farmers' market has undergone a major transition since management of the facility was assumed by Oakland County Parks and Recreation four years ago. Market manager Jeremy Brown tells us what's changed and what's next.

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In search of metro Detroit's oldest bars

From pre-Civil War inns to Prohibition-era speakeasys, metro Detroit is home to a wide array of historic watering holes.

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M1 Concourse brings an experiential retail and entertainment destination for car fanatics to Pontiac

It's not called the "Motor City" for nothing – car culture runs deep in metro Detroit, and nowhere does it run deeper than the Woodward corridor, home of the Woodward Dream Cruise, And nowhere is more perfect a place than redeveloping Pontiac for a car fanatics' concept like M1 Concourse.
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