Month: May 2014

At last, help for survivors

Rachel Lutz has a word for them: Been-ups. These companies are the ones already here silently toiling, unremembered and uncelebrated, watching as the resources, support and capital focus on startups. As the owner of the Peacock... Read More...

Urban Alleys Become Pathways to Revitalization

This might just be the most desolate alley in Denver. Under the Evans Avenue Bridge and a stone's throw from the railroad tracks, this is an absolutely forgotten urban place, complete with the requisite tires, mattresses and beer bottles... Read More...

ACCESS: Arab American Service Day

The National Arab American Service Day (NAASD), a project of the National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC), brings together thousands of volunteers from across the country to give back to their communities through service... Read More...

Highland Park SOUP

Detroit SOUP is a microgranting dinner celebrating creative projects in Detroit. For $5 you receive soup, salad, bread, and a vote. You will hear from four presentations ranging from art, urban agriculture, social justice, social entrepreneurs,... Read More...

Grandmont Rosedale SOUP

Join us in Grandmont Rosedale for a SOUP dinner, a quarterly event building connections and raising money for Grandmont Rosedale community projects. At Always Brewing Detroit (19180 Grand River Ave) Doors at 4:00 – Presentations start at... Read More...

Citywide Detroit SOUP

Detroit SOUP is a microgranting dinner celebrating creative projects in Detroit. For $5 you receive soup, salad, bread, and a vote. You will hear from four presentations ranging from art, urban agriculture, social justice, social entrepreneurs,... Read More...