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Worship At Your Own Risk

Worship At Your Own Risk

Jun 12, 2013

Via newsone.com You would think going to church wouldn’t pose a security risk, but some Detroiters beg to differ. On city’s West Side, between Seven and Eight Mile Roads near Telegraph, rests a tight nit community that has grown tired of vagrants who frequent a park near their homes. On any given day or night, prostitutes, drug dealers and other trouble makers...

J. Drew Sheard: The Rebel

J. Drew Sheard: The Rebel

May 20, 2013

The Sheards is a weekly docu-drama following the lives of the Sheard family as they navigate family, friends, and faith in a modern world. Faith. Music. Sex. Family. Love. Relationships. Choices. These are all issues teens and young adults face. But when you’re a pastor’s kid and live in a world where drinking, sex and drugs are all considered...

Author Spotlight: Ayanna Gouch

Author Spotlight: Ayanna Gouch

May 14, 2013

Ayanna Gouch, a native Detroiter, health educator, massage therapist, biomedical engineer and soon to be medical student, has recently self-published her first novel titled, ‘Dusty Foot Philosophers,’ through her publishing company, Roots of Sapphire Press. Roots of Sapphire Press is dedicated to the distribution of conscious books for youth and young adults...

Detropia

Detropia

May 1, 2013

As of July 2011, the population of Detroit was only 706,585. This is down from 951,000 in 2005; and the population continues to decline. We all know that when the auto industry left the city, it dealt a devastating blow to the thousands of who depended on this massive industry. But what else happened? Why is Detroit now in a state of seemingly unstoppable...

Kem Opens Up About Molestation, Addictions and Homelessness

Kem Opens Up About Molestation, Addictions and Homelessness

Apr 25, 2013

Music saw singer/songwriter/producer, KEM, through the darkest moments in his life as a child, which is where his love of music began.Aft er high school, his life took a downward turn, and he eventually found himself in and out of drug rehabilitation centers and homeless shelters. Music was his solace during those times, and he played the shelter’s piano every...