What’s in A Sign?

One of the things I often find myself paying attention to, whether I am here in Dearborn or visiting a new place, is the attention to detail that businesses put into signage and the design of storefronts or window displays.

Hints of Deceit… Dearborn Anew

Dearborn, MI… Home to the best of things: Chicken Shawarma, Baklava and Cheese Pies.

A Yemeni-American Experience

If you were to enter my neighborhood, you might be either shocked or feel very at home, Here are some things you would notice....

In My Presence Poem by Wissam Charafeddine

In My Presence Poem by Wissam Charafeddine in the Dearborn Open Mic

Why Our Jokes on Mental Health are Unintentionally Destroying Lives

Even though mental health is slowly becoming more normalized in our community, the jokes haven't stopped.

Business That Matters

"The blind measure triumph in business by money alone, though money alone is not the only metric by which success should be measured"

GenEd: Sucking Doesn’t Fall Far from the Tree

...until we stop blaming this “new generation” for sucking, we must first admit that sucking doesn’t fall far from the tree. These kids are in fact the report cards of what we’ve put into them.

Ali Alsendy recites poem “I don’t Love You” in the Dearborn Open Mic

Ali Alsendy recites poem "I don't Love You" in the Dearborn Open Mic

Dearborn Muslims Approach Summer with High Spirits and a Renewed State of Being

Most Dearborn schools have been out for about a week and some college spring classes have come to a close. The city celebrated the end of the Holy month of Ramadan and celebrated Eid Al-Fitr on Saturday for some and Sunday for others.

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