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‘Winter Glow’ ushers in the

‘Winter Glow’ ushers in the

The good times and good vibes were definitely in the air during last Saturday’s annual Winter Glow. This year the Glow had a new home. The public schools’ Recreation Department…

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

By Charles Sercombe The holiday spirit of giving is catching on in Hamtramck. Over at P.L.A.V. Post 10, veterans are collecting toys for the Toys for Tots program. If you’d…

Reading Matters …

By Brad Neff Some of us know firsthand the power of a public school teacher. We know well how an exceptional teacher can change the life of a student. At…

Our online version just got a makeover

By Charles Sercombe As the saying goes, if you don’t toot your own horn no one else will. So, here goes. TOOT! What’s all the noise about? We recently re-launched…

From the Downtown Development Authority …

The Hamtramck Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is pleased to announce the beginning of its third façade improvement program. Funding for this project has been provided by the Housing and Urban…

New ACC center can now expand its services to community

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter Bigger for sure means better for the Hamtramck branch of the Arab American Chaldean Council. On Monday (Nov. 30) the ACC celebrated the official opening…

‘Wall of Refuge’ packs a powerful tale at the Zen Center

‘Wall of Refuge’ packs a powerful tale at the Zen Center

By Alan R. Madeleine Review Specialwriter Residents who pass by the Detroit Zen Center should notice a prominent change in the look of the building’s perimeter. A wall, approximately four…

Reading Matters …

By Brad Neff If you might be shopping soon for a teenage daughter, niece, or granddaughter, you might want to consider buying one or more of the Twilight series, a…

Small’s toasts to a fun 10 years in business

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter Last weekend Small’s Bar had a big anniversary. The local hotspot celebrated 10 years of business in Hamtramck. Celebration festivities included a killer line-up showcasing…

School program is on route to completion

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter Over the past year the routes to Hamtramck’s schools have gotten much safer, and last Friday (Nov. 20), residents and city officials gathered at People’s…