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Ukrainian community celebrates new home for museum

Ukrainian community celebrates new home for museum

  By Alan Madeleine The Review Special Writer This town is just bursting with history. It is at once a singular history of American immigration, but also a million separate…

Arts fest is about neighbors

Arts fest is about neighbors

    By Charles Sercombe Expect to see a lot of people walking the streets this Saturday. For the eighth year in a row, the Hamtramck Neighborhood Arts Festival will…

Hamtramck gets national recognition for being a ‘foodie’ town

Hamtramck gets national recognition for being a ‘foodie’ town

  By Alan Madeleine The Review Special Writer Hamtramck, you keep on surprising us. Once hailed as a rising star of a town by music reporting giant Rolling Stone, Hamtramck’s…

Detroit soccer team caps season with record attendance

Detroit soccer team caps season with record attendance

  By Mike Murphy The Review Special Writer It was a bittersweet finale for the Detroit City Football Club last weekend. But the team capped a sweet, sweet season by…

Newly-appointed fire chief talks about his role in the community

Newly-appointed fire chief talks about his role in the community

    By Charles Sercombe Last week Hamtramck Interim Fire Chief Danny Hagen got a new job. He was promoted to be the city’s actual, permanent Fire Chief. His appointment…

It’s party all day and night on Paczki Day in Hamtramck

It’s party all day and night on Paczki Day in Hamtramck

    By Charles Sercombe There is no shortage of things to do on Paczki Day. And keeping in the Mardi Gras spirit of the day, it mostly involves drinks,…

City Life: Mayor represents Hamtramck in DC women’s march

City Life: Mayor represents Hamtramck in DC women’s march

  By Walter Wasacz Shortly after the Women’s March on Washington was organized in November, just days after the presidential election, I learned Hamtramck Mayor Karen Majewski was going. I…

Spreading the joy of reading one book, and one student, at a time

Spreading the joy of reading one book, and one student, at a time

  By Mike Murphy The Review Special Writer Some folks recognize a need and go on about their business, but longtime Hamtramck resident Stuart Tucker saw a need and ended…

Under Jos. Campau, a view of the city’s street car past

Under Jos. Campau, a view of the city’s street car past

  By Charles Sercombe Every now and then parts of Jos. Campau are torn up for repairs. A number of years ago it was for repaving part of the street.…

Movie company’s reenactment of Detroit riot stirs up memories

Movie company’s reenactment of Detroit riot stirs up memories

    By Charles Sercombe In a few weeks a Hollywood production crew will be transforming a portion of Jos. Campau to resemble what a Detroit business strip looked like…

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