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.
The W Institute launched on June 21st, founding its home in Dearborn, Michigan. The W Institute is a modern, welcoming, creative space for facilitating lifelong learning to accommodate the needs and aspirations of the community through education and arts.
Yesterday, it has been reported by several citizens living in East Dearborn of a car passing between residential houses between 1AM and 2AM throwing some sort of illegal firework that caused a large explosion, shaking houses, triggering car alarms, waking neighbors, and scaring children.
Last week, as I was on my way to catch an Amtrak train to Ann Arbor, I noticed something peculiar at the Dingell Transit Center in Dearborn. Lined up in front of the train station was a row of Zagster bikes, similar to the ones used by quicken loans employees in Downtown Detroit.
Dearborn residents are encouraged to call 313-943-3030 to anonymously report unsafe or illegal fireworks activity in their neighborhood, or to call 9-1-1 if there is a dangerous or emergency situation.
TCD (The City of Dearborn) is a social media site put together by few Arab American young residents of the City of Dearborn. They drive around and try to capture stories as they happen, and capture real time videos of the different action taking place in the city of Dearborn.