After Thwarted Kidnapping Plans, Whitmer Calls for Unity

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer addressed the State of Michigan after a plan to kidnap her and other Michigan government officials was thwarted by state and federal law enforcement agencies. She started by saying thank you to law enforcement and FBI agents who participated in stopping this [...]


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Get ready to vote for Detroit’s Design SuperStar

By |2018-01-15T23:58:40-05:00September 27th, 2007|News|

DETROIT – Aspiring artists from across the state have submitted their applications and design concepts for “Detroit’s Design SuperStar Challenge.” Seeking an opportunity to design and furnish a two-bedroom, two-bath or one-bedroom, one-bath floor plan within Detroit’s Garden Court Condominiums for a chance to win cash prizes, the initial phase of the contest is nearly over, leaving each contestant hopeful that his or her design makes the cut for online voting.
A panel of local judges will narrow entries to three finalists from each of the two respective floor plans. Submissions will be judged based on creative use of materials and aesthetic outcome. The six finalist designs will be posted on the Web site by the first week of October. Online voters will select a winner for each floor plan, and those designers will then face-off against each other. The three finalists will be announced during the week of October 21. One overall Grand Prize winner will be announced and awarded the title of “Detroit’s Design SuperStar” during the week of November 12.
Want to cast your ballot? You can do so at Online voting commences the beginning of October, and the three first-round winners will be announced the week of Oct. 21.

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