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Cadillac's Super Cruise is the biggest challenger to Tesla's Autopilot — and we took it on a road trip (GM, TSLA)

Tesla's semi-self-driving technology, Autopilot, got there first, but General Motors isn't letting the upstart California carmaker steal all of Detroit's thunder. GM has begun rolling out its own semi-autonomous system, Super Cruise,...Show More Summary

Ween fans rule Music Tastes Good festival on a day with pointed messages from Slaves and Protomartyr

Wearing a dark suit jacket and mismatched pants, holding a cigarette in one hand and a cup of beer in the other, lead barker and could-be middle-manager Joe Casey of Detroit band Protomartyr wasn’t about to let the Pacific breeze soften his message on the first day of the Music Tastes Good food...


Like “Dunkirk” and “Detroit” before it, “Clash” is cinema for the five senses that aims to seize a viewer in one anxious historical moment and not let them go, even after the end credits. The setting for co-writer/director Mohamed Diab’s harrowing film is that of Cairo, Egypt in 2013, two years after the Arab Spring. Show More Summary

Heartland Tech Weekly: The risk of letting tech jobs cluster

3 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

On Monday, I wrote about a new report that found that Detroit’s highest-paying jobs are becoming increasingly clustered in the city’s downtown and midtown neighborhoods — areas where techcompanies like Twitter and Microsoft have or will soon have outposts. A reader commented it sounded like a case of not being able to please everyone. After all, more high-paying […]

Lions denounce use of their logo by racists at Charlottesville rally

There are some people who are simply unwilling to stand idly by and let white supremacists defile their proud image. We’re talking about the Detroit Lions, of course. After a version of their logo appeared on the shield of a white man surrounded by Confederate and Nazi flags at the Unite the Right rally, the [more]

China own a Detroit automaker? Would the U.S. let that happen?

A sale to China might be in FCA's best interest, but it might not be in the United States' best interest. Continue reading China own a Detroit automaker? Would the U.S. let that happen? China own a Detroit automaker? Would the U.S. let that happen? originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 15 Aug 2017 15:35:00 EDT. Show More Summary

A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorials

The Detroit News. July 18, 2017 State should let pooches on patios The Legislature is weighing a bill that would give restaurants the option of letting dog owners bring their … Click to Continue »

Contest: Chicago, see John Boyega in Kathryn Bigelow’s Detroit early and for free

It’s been five years since Zero Dark Thirty director Kathryn Bigelow last inflicted a national tummyache on America with one of her tense, politically resonant thrillers. The director’s latest film doesn’t sound like it’ll let up onShow More Summary

Elias Majid Is Making Michiganders Care About Tea

The Eli Tea Bar owner went from botany to boba Elias Majid didn’t expect to end up in food, let alone as one of the power players on Detroit’s increasingly cool food scene. In college, the Michigan-native majored in botany. But as his...Show More Summary

Detroit: Become Human’s Revolution Can Become Violent

Detroit: Become Human lets you decide between peace or violence, but how far will you take it?

Let's Remember Chris Cornell's Tirade About The Sonics Leaving Seattle

6 months agoSports : Deadspin

Grunge icon Chris Cornell died Wednesday night in Detroit at the age of 52. Cornell founded Soundgarden in the ‘80s and helped the Seattle grunge scene take over American rock music over the next decade. He was as essential as anyone in kicking off that movement, and remained active long after Soundgarden broke up the… Read more...

We All Live On Trash Island

6 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

You might think you were born in Duluth, or Detroit, or some sleepy suburb on Long Island—but let me tell you, friend, you’re wrong. In a sense, we were all spawned on a tiny island full of trash, floating miserably far, far out there. Only now are we beginning to understand the horrifying gravity of what our garbage… Read more...

Detroit Is A Stark Reminder Peak America Was Over 50 Years Ago

Submitted by Stock Board Asset The most common saying amongst the baby boomer generation is “America is not like it was when I was growing up”. Have you ever wondered what that means? Let’s first examine Jefferson Avenue and Conner, 1949-2010. Show More Summary

This Organization Lets You Pay the Water Bill for a Family in Need

7 months agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

The Human Utility helps residents in Detroit and Baltimore who are facing plumbing shutoffs.

College Grad Has Best Response To Stepdad Who Said He’d Never Finish

Daivon Reeder, a 22-year-old from Detroit, wasn’t going to let naysayers control his fate. When he was preparing to start Eastern Michigan University four years ago, his stepfather told him there was no point in going to orientationShow More Summary

This Site Lets You Pay The Water Bill For A Family In Need

When Detroit began shutting off the water supply to thousands of the city’s poorest and most vulnerable residents who were behind on their water bills in 2014, U.N. experts called it a violation of human rights. Three years later, the same thing is still happening. Show More Summary

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