The Village of Bloomfield in Bloomfield Township has a new addition with the opening of the two-story, 83,000-square-foot Henry Ford Medical Center on Telegraph Road, north of Square Lake Road. The new facility offers cardiology, eye care, neurology, orthopedics, radiology, rehab, women’s health, a pharmacy, and lab services. It has 85 exam rooms and will be staffed by more than 100 people. It is open from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday and 8 a.m.-4 p.m. for the walk-in clinic,
When Elyse Foltyn joined the board of the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) in 2011 at the behest of her late friend, museum co-founder Julie Reyes Taubman, Foltyn “thought [she] was joining the board of an art museum.” Instead, she reflects, “I realized I was joining the board of an intersection of our community.”
MOCAD is known for its cutting edge visual arts exhibitions, like this past summer’s exhibition from street artist KAWS or the current site-specific ins
Raised in Saginaw with an early passion for theater, Birmingham Groves High School teacher John Rutherford said there wasn't much opportunity to develop his interest. As director of theater at Groves, he has created the type of program in which he had dreamed of participating.
"The kind of teacher I am is the kind of teacher I always wanted to have as a student," Rutherford said. "When I was in high school, we didn't have a vibrant theater program. There was a part-time tea
Fran Broder is making her junior high school dreams come true. Her spring/summer line arriving in May is proof of that.
“Now I’m doing what I feel like I was meant to do,” said the Birmingham fashion designer, who runs FauxFurEver. “I feel fortunate at this point in my life, I wake up everyday excited to work – and it doesn’t feel like work. There’s nothing else I’d rather be doing. For me, it’s just fun. “
In order to understand Broder’s enthusiasm about her career, you
Sean McCourt was about six-years-old when he saw a production of "Annie" at the Fisher Theater.
"I was so taken by it. I was completely taken by the art form. I wanted to do what those people get to do," he said. "I'll never forget that night."
McCourt, who graduated from Lahser High School in 1989 and went on to have a successful acting career on Broadway, is now making things happen behind the scenes as a television producer. He also narrates the show "Barnwood Builders
Nothing really comes easy for Groves High School student Tyler Austin – but then again, that's part of the record-winning swimmer's motivation.
"I'm trying to push myself more and more each day," said Austin, who is training for the 2020 U.S. National Paralympic Swimming Trials in Minneapolis. "My teammates' motivation around me helps. And the team bonding and coaches that support you and make you support them, and the connection with swimming. I just keep reminding myself
Born in Chicago and relocated to Metro Detroit in 1999 when her father and Hall of Fame hockey player Chris Chelios was acquired by the Detroit Red Wings, Cranbrook Kingswood graduate Caley Chelios said she secretly cheers for one of her favorite hockey legends when she returns to the Motor City to cover the Tampa Bay Lightning.
No, it's not dad.
"I secretly cheer for Steve Yzerman," said Chelios, who now works as a color analyst for the Lightning. "It's always fun going
On January 1, 2018, The Community House ASSOCIATION’s Board of Directors announced the creation of a new and separate entity; The Community House FOUNDATION, to act as a supporting organization to The Community House ASSOCIATION. This was a transformational announcement.
In tandem with this historic announcement, we learned that the mission of the new Community House FOUNDATION is to generate, and secure supplemental philanthropic funds needed to fulfill our promise, to fami
We fully recognize we are just one of many voice in the community when it comes to offering our opinions relative to elections, including the tax issues appearing on the presidential primary March ballot. But readers should know that we provide our endorsements after careful deliberation, conversations and meetings with principals involved, thorough reading of documents, including some received via Freedom of Information. For each issue, we took into account the specific co