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David Sands

Inside Detroit's Growing Biotech Industry

HuffingtonPost.com | David Sands | Posted 01.28.2013 | Detroit

It's alive! The Detroit area is becoming a national hub for biotechnology, the field that merges life science research with medical technique to form ...

David Sands

Kresge Makes HUGE Investment In Detroit's Future

HuffingtonPost.com | David Sands | Posted 01.09.2013 | Detroit

The Kresge Foundation has pledged $150 million to aid in the implementation of a long-ranging, comprehensive framework for Detroit's future. The Detro...

Ashley Woods

Imagining The Detroit Of The Future

HuffingtonPost.com | Ashley Woods | Posted 01.09.2013 | Detroit

What will Detroit look like tomorrow? In 10 years? Or even 50? After more than two years of mapping, scheming, surveying and re-imagining, not to m...

Going Green: Detroit Works Considers Eco-Friendly Zoning

The Huffington Post | David Sands | Posted 05.09.2012 | Detroit

As Mayor Dave Bing's Detroit Works project continues to collect input from community residents for its long-term strategic framework, team leaders are...

Tell City Planners How To Make Detroit Work

The Huffington Post | David Sands | Posted 04.16.2012 | Detroit

City planning effort Detroit Works will hold the first in a series of meetings Monday night to gather community input to develop a long-term "strategi...

David Sands

Detroit Works Project Attempts To Reinvent Itself And The City

HuffingtonPost.com | David Sands | Posted 04.04.2012 | Detroit

Although Detroit faces a state takeover as soon as Thursday, Mayor Dave Bing is moving forward with his own longterm plan: a comprehensive effort to t...

Resolutions for Detroit in 2012

Chris Zadorozny | Posted 03.19.2012 | Detroit
Chris Zadorozny

It is a brand new year for Metro Detroiters, and we can now put 2011 behind us. As we head into 2012, only a couple of weeks in, we have already received both good and bad news for the city.

Political Schizophrenia in Detroit

Kirk Cheyfitz | Posted 09.04.2011 | Politics
Kirk Cheyfitz

The mayor of Detroit, a businessman turned novice politician, is failing to provide the political leadership necessary to turn one of America's most troubled towns in a new direction.