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  • MY TURN: Book takes look at a 'Great City' in years gone by

    August 17, 2017

    Earlier this summer, best-selling author David Maraniss returned to his Detroit area roots, appearing at the Community House in Birmingham to discuss “Once in a Great City,”

  • 'Detroit' Movie director and cast talk about how far city has come since '67

    August 17, 2017

    Filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow is the first to admit she wasn’t qualified to make her latest movie, “Detroit,” which is about the 1967 Detroit riot – perhaps the city’s darkest chapter and one of America’s lasting stains.

  • Higher calling: New appellate judge believes in the 'value of public service'

    August 17, 2017

    Sitting on the Michigan Court of Appeals was not part of Judge Thomas Cameron’s long-range plan when he became a public servant more than a dozen years ago. But now that he’s there, he finds it “an honor and a privilege.”

  • 'Supreme event': Judge Damon J. Keith honored at gala in D.C.

    August 14, 2017

    For a man whose humble beginnings serve in stark contrast to an illustrious legal career that has spawned a book and movie, Damon J. Keith readily acknowledges that he was in “awe of the moment” that swept over him July 20

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