What do the New York Times, USA Today and ESPN have in common? A growing fondness for The D, as evidenced by the recent positive press coverage of the city’s momentum.
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There’s more than one summer blockbuster featuring roaring dinosaurs this year. Aside from the smash movie “Jurassic World” in theaters now, metro Detroiters can get even more up-close and personal with the prehistoric creatures at the Detroit Zoo.
If you haven’t stepped foot inside of a library lately, you may be surprised to see just how far they’ve come since the days of Dewey Decimal.
At 150 years old, the Detroit Public Library is a true masterpiece of the city. So much so that it’s been referred to as the community’s “living room.”
A visit to The D is incomplete without seeing firsthand all the Detroit Public Library has to offer. If you’re looking for inspiration on where to get started, here are a few ideas that go beyond putting your nose in a book:
Detroit’s Solanus Casey Center may not be known to all, but more than 200,000 visitors from around the world flock to the center each year to strengthen their faith, pray or visit the tomb of the Venerable Fr. Solanus Casey.