New From One Detroit:
- Drownings Increase: Research shows possible connection between COVID-19 restrictions and Great Lakes drowningson April 19, 2021
As COVID-19 changed the pattern of life around the Great Lakes region in 2020, it also altered the pattern of Great Lakes drownings in unfortunate if predictable ways. With larger than normal crowds and a fatigue with restrictions, the rise in drownings isn’t a surprise. “You get no lifeguards, heavier beach crowds, more people who were just escaping their house in the heat, going to the beach, and you’re putting more people into a dangerous situation,” said Chris Houser, a professor in the school of environment at University of Windsor. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.
- 4/19/21: One Detroit – Bonded Art Exhibition / Detroit Jazz City / Black Madonna / Coney Island Crazeon April 19, 2021
Bonded Art Exhibition at Beacon Park features artists from Detroit and the Metro area. Read Now at One Detroit.
- Michigan tribe seeks cultural property protection in path of Line 5 projecton April 19, 2021
By Patrick Shea, Energy News Network The discovery of a potential archaeological site in the Straits of Mackinac last fall has opened the door for a Michigan tribe to pursue a new, longshot legal strategy to stop the planned Line 5 pipeline tunnel project. The Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians passed a resolution in January instructing its historic preservation office to begin compiling research for an application to classify the straits as a Traditional Cultural Property, a rarely used federal designation under the National Register of Historic Places. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.