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DMB Welcomes Artina, a Detroit Mom

Hey all, hey! I’m Artina.  My Life I was raised in Detroit and am a proud product of Detroit Public Schools. After graduating from Renaissance High School, I attended Michigan State University (Go Green!) and graduated with a degree in Social Science. Upon graduating from State, I moved back to Detroit and worked as a […]

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Introducing Kelsey Hogan, A Royal Oak Mom

•My Life• Greetings, I’m Kelsey Hogan, a Royal Oak mama and one of Detroit Mom Blog’s newest contributors. Basically a native (shh… I was born in Cali), I grew up in Commerce Township and was off to Ann Arbor for college. You’re my boy, Blue! Post-grad, I ventured to Chicago to live the quintessential 20-something […]

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The Truth About Ramadan: You Might Be Surprised

Islam is completely foreign to me. I have a decent understanding of a variety of Christian religions, but my only knowledge of any Islamic holiday is a news clip, announcing the first or last day of the holiday and showing prayers. As Ramadan approaches, I realize that I need to learn more, and do better, […]

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NAIAS: Thoughts from the Charity Preview & Highlights of the 2018 Show

Every year, my husband and I join many metro Detroiters in attending the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) Charity Preview. The black tie gala, established 42 years ago is amongst the world’s largest single night charity fundraiser. This year was no different, as $5.1 million was raised for children’s charities amongst southeastern Michigan. Although, […]

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Introducing Lindsay El-Yussif: A Birmingham Mom

Introducing Lindsay! :: Down with Detroit :: Hey party people (’cause there ain’t no party like a Detroit party #amiright), I’m so excited to be here! Go grab yourself a Faygo Redpop (or a glass of wine), and let’s get to know one another a little bit more. With the exception of my college years spent in Kalamazoo […]

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