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‘Pickler & Ben’ is more than a talk show

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Darkroom Detroit gives photographers a home to create

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Detroiters gather for photo shoot after Bedrock ad

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The photos of Ken Settle, Detroit music photographer

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Emerging Detroit photographers share some of their best Fourth of July images

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Body-heat camera helps Royal Oak police stop suicide attempt

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Michigan ranks No. 1 for fall color photography
Michigan's fall colors are the best and Nikon Inc. can back that up. For the second year in a row, Nikon named Michigan the No. 1 spot for "capturing stunning images of beautiful fall foliage." Nikon recently asked photographers to post their fall photos using hashtags such as #NikonFallMI on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Nikon used the hashtags to tally photos from each state to determine a winner of its Fall Foliage campaign   Read More ...
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‘Pickler & Ben’ is more than a talk show
Nashville-based, Faith Hill-produced show starring country singer Kellie Pickler and reporter Ben Aaron is ‘family show, on-camera and off-camera’ Country music singer Kellie Pickler says her new ABC afternoon show “Pickler & Ben” is “more than just a talk show.” That’s true in the sense that she and co-host Ben Aaron are almost always engaged in some sort of hands-on activity with their guests, whether cooking, doing a home makeover, or going out in the field to visit unusual small businesses   Read More ...
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Darkroom Detroit gives photographers a home to create
The nonprofit in the Islandview nieghborhood will open a community darkroom for photographers of all skills and ages Buy Photo. When Eleanor Oakes moved to Detroit in 2014, she did what any photographer does upon arriving in a new city: scout out where to get film processed, where to buy photo equipment and where the photographers hang out. In New York City and San Francisco Bay Area where she lived previously, these places existed   Read More ...
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Detroiters gather for photo shoot after Bedrock ad
After a Bedrock Detroit window wrapper was removed from a building last month because of its slogan and lack of diversity, a group of Detroiters gathered downtown Sunday to take a photo they felt better represented the city. Nicole Small, an organizer of the True Faces of Detroit photo shoot, said an image will be released Monday featuring a diverse group of about 40 people who gathered in front of 600 Woodward Avenue at Congress   Read More ...
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Detroit street photographer Bill Rauhauser dies at age 98
Bill Rauhauser found his calling behind the lens of a camera. What started as a hobby for the Detroit street photographer became a lifelong passion that brought Rauhauser into focus as a unique talent, educator and advocate for photography as a respected art form. In 2014, he was selected as a Kresge Eminent Artist for his lifelong dedication to the entire arena of photography   Read More ...
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The photos of Ken Settle, Detroit music photographer
Alice Cooper at Joe Louis Arena, 1987: As described by Ken Settle: "Alice was piercing confetti-filled balloons with a sword during this encore moment, but he had a surprise for the audience. A few of the balloons that he pierced sent gallons of fake blood raining down on the front rows (and the photographer!). I managed to get this shot   Read More ...
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Behind the lens: Four decades of Detroit music photography with Ken Settle
Metro Detroit-based music photographer Ken Settle shot his first concert when he was just 11 years old. It was 1971, and Creedence Clearwater Revival was playing at Cobo Hall. Back then, concert security was lax. If you had a camera and acted important, no one questioned you. “It was an amazing experience,” says Settle. “Cobo Hall seemed so huge then, especially to a little kid   Read More ...
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Emerging Detroit photographers share some of their best Fourth of July images
All this week, 16 area photographers have taken part in the second annual fellowship hosted by Facing Change: Documenting Detroit, a photography workshop for emerging Detroit photographers. The goal of the fellowship is to help the photographers hone their storytelling skills while documenting the lives of Detroiters – while creating a photo essay on some aspect of life in the Motor City   Read More ...
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Urban landscapes, industrial portraits take on new meanings in photos of Detroit's Carlos Diaz
Photographer Carlos Diaz has taught at College for Creative Studies for the past 32 years — long enough to shape and influence an entire generation of Detroit photographers, and mentor them in a medium that has changed wildly thanks to advancing technology. Before digital photography was even a glimmer, Diaz was engaged in an analog form of photo collage, painstakingly layering hand-cut elements from old patent manuals atop photographic images of Coney Island, to create “invented landscapes” that nonetheless speak to reality   Read More ...
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Photographer delivers antidote to Detroit ruin porn
“You have a beautiful town, really,” says Michel Arnaud by telephone. The New York-based photographer has just seen the release of his photo book "Detroit: The Dream Is Now" (Abrams, $40), a three-year project, and he'll be in town through May 6 to promote and sign it. The book is positive and upbeat. While others were focusing on Detroit’s post-industrial decay and ruins, Arnaud decided to shine on a light on the city’s resurgence and growth   Read More ...
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Photos: an evening with legendary photographer Leni Sinclair
Legendary music photographer Leni Sinclair talking about her photographs at Third Man Records in Detroit on April 20, 2017. The photographs featured musicians representing the fields of rock, jazz, R&B, blues, Motown and world music.   Read More ...
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Body-heat camera helps Royal Oak police stop suicide attempt
ROYAL OAK, Mich. - Technology normally used to catch criminals on the run came in handy last weekend when Royal Oak police were trying to save a man's life. Using an optic thermal imaging camera, police see the body heat of the people they are looking for. Every time an officer in Royal Oak is on patrol, the camera is on, looking for people hiding in dark corners or alleys,   Read More ...
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Rosie the Riveter, CIA photography topics of Yankee Air Museum talks
Buy Photo. YPSILANTI TOWNSHIP, Mich. — The Yankee Air Museum in southeastern Michigan is offering a double-header presentation next week ranging from World War II's Rosie the Riveter to modern-day CIA photography. The Ypsilanti Township museum has scheduled the talks for Jan. 4 featuring Rosie the Riveter chronicler Donnaleen Lanktree and intelligence historian Michael Lechlitner. Lechlitner will discuss how photos can aid the CIA with national security, natural disaster relief   Read More ...
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Rosie the Riveter, CIA photography topics of museum talks
YPSILANTI TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — The Yankee Air Museum in southeastern Michigan is offering a double-header presentation next week ranging from World War II's Rosie the Riveter to modern-day CIA photography. The Ypsilanti Township museum has scheduled the talks for Jan. 4 featuring Rosie the Riveter chronicler Donnaleen Lanktree and intelligence historian Michael Lechlitner. Lechlitner will discuss how photos can aid the CIA with national security, natural disaster relief and   Read More ...
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Exhibit photos explore 'Detroit After Dark'
The English poet Rupert Brooke once wrote that "cities, like cats, will reveal themselves at night." The terrific exhibition "Detroit After Dark," which opens Friday at the Detroit Institute of Arts. , is dedicated to exploring the unguarded revelations of night photography in the city. Organized with a sharp eye and sharp mind by Nancy Barr, the museum's curator of photography, the 60-plus pictures of nocturnal Detroit offer an evocative,   Read More ...
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Murals in the Market photo walk features Freep editor-artist
Buy Photo. Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect the rain postponement of the event. Previously scheduled for Saturday, it will now happen at 4 p.m. Sunday. With its feast of colors and constantly evolving streetscapes, Murals in the Market can be a bonanza for photographers. That's the impetus for the Trust the Shooter Photo Walk with Janette Beckman and Rashaun Rucker, a Sunday event being presented by   Read More ...
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How to buy rare photos of the Beatles' final Detroit show
Photos: Rare photos on anniversary of Beatles' last Detroit stop In 1966, a 16-year old Doug Elbinger talked his way on stage and snapped photos of the Beatles' last Detroit tour stop. That was 50 years ago this week. Elbinger was a Henry Ford High School student and aspiring photojournalist when   Read More ...
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Never before seen photos of The Beatles' last Detroit show
Doug Elbinger, a budding 16-year-old photojournalist, had only two rolls of film when the Beatles played their final Detroit show on August 13, 1966. But when he was allowed stage access, those two rolls of film yielded amazing, up-close photographs. Brian Kaufman, Detroit Free Press. Here's where things stood in Detroit on Aug. 13, 1966: The temperatures were in the mid-70s, the Temptations were No. 1 on the R&B charts   Read More ...
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Mark Wahlberg makes appearance at Greektown restaurant
While not officially open yet, the Greektown Wahlburgers got a visit from Mark and Paul Wahlberg Wednesday with A&E cameras rolling Buy Photo. Hundreds of fans lining Monroe in Greektown screamed and waved as actor Mark Wahlberg emerged from a car in front of his Wahlburgers restaurant Wednesday evening. As cameras rolled for the reality show “Wahlburgers” on A&E, Wahlburg posted for photos with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan; his brother   Read More ...
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DIA presents ‘The Open Road’ photo show
Europeans might disagree, but let’s face it — there’s something quintessentially American about the road trip. Celebrating this national wanderlust is “The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip,” at the Detroit Institute of Arts through Sept. 11. Organized by New York’s Aperture Foundation, the exhibition features 19 artists from Robert Frank to Inge Morath. “A lot of people credit Robert Frank with starting the road trip,” says Nancy   Read More ...
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Museum plans 'Detroit After Dark' photography exhibition
DETROIT - Detroit's skyline, streets and scenes at the city's bars and clubs are the subject of a photography exhibition opening this fall at the Detroit Institute of Arts. "Detroit After Dark: Photographs from the DIA Collection" starts Oct. 21 and will be on view through April 23, 2017. The exhibition includes photos showing architectural studies, street scenes and graffiti as well as spots such as Baker's Keyboard Lounge, the   Read More ...
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DIA plans 'Detroit After Dark' photography exhibition
DETROIT — Detroit's skyline, streets and scenes at the city's bars and clubs are the subject of a photography exhibition opening this fall at the Detroit Institute of Arts. "Detroit After Dark: Photographs from the DIA Collection" starts Oct. 21 and will be on view through April 23, 2017. The exhibition includes photos showing architectural studies, street scenes and graffiti as well as spots such as Baker's Keyboard Lounge, the   Read More ...
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Judge may allow cameras in Prince estate proceedings
Minneapolis — A Minnesota judge overseeing Prince’s estate says he’ll consider letting video cameras into the courtroom on a case-by-case basis. Cameras and recording devices haven’t been allowed in the Carver County courthouse, where potential heirs to the late superstar are fighting for a slice of his multimillion-dollar estate. Many of the filings from those claiming family ties to Prince have been sealed, and the special administrator for the estate   Read More ...
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New book captures images of Robin Williams and his family
Photographer Arthur Grace was on assignment for Newsweek when he met Robin Williams in 1986 at a Pittsburgh comedy club. As he traveled with Williams to various stand-up gigs, the two became friends. In between assignments covering the Ronald Reagan White House and other news events, Grace would stay with the actor-comedian at his home and shoot family portraits and Christmas cards for him. Now, some two years after Williams’   Read More ...
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Rowing coach arrested after images of girls changing found
PLANFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. - Authorities say a head men's rowing coach in western Michigan has been arrested after a video recording device was found containing images of girls changing their clothes. The Kent County sheriff's department says 30-year-old Timothy Vallier was arrested Friday after the Rockford Public Schools district reported the camera had what appeared to be video from inside the changing room of the Rockford Crew House in Plainfield   Read More ...
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Coach arrested after images of girls changing found
Plainfield Township — Authorities say a head men’s rowing coach in western Michigan has been arrested after a video recording device was found containing images of girls changing their clothes. The Kent County sheriff’s department says 30-year-old Timothy Vallier was arrested Friday after the Rockford Public Schools district reported the camera had what appeared to be video from inside the changing room of the Rockford Crew House in Plainfield Township.   Read More ...
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Rowing coach arrested after images of girls changing found
PLANFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Authorities say a head men's rowing coach in western Michigan has been arrested after a video recording device was found containing images of girls changing their clothes. The Kent County sheriff's department says 30-year-old Timothy Vallier was arrested Friday after the Rockford Public Schools district reported the camera had what appeared to be video from inside the changing room of the Rockford Crew House in Plainfield   Read More ...
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Detroit closer to pension fix
Buy Photo. Detroit is closer to figuring out how to address a hole in pension funding that is far larger than it had anticipated when it exited from bankruptcy. The city in March put out requests for proposals seeking national firms with expertise in public pension plans to advise the city on how best to address a $195-million payment to the city's two pension plans that comes due in 2024,   Read More ...
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Tom Izzo, Snoop Dogg among celebs at Flint Hoop 4 water
Former MSU and NBA star Morris Peterson teamed up with rapper Snoop Dogg for the Hoop 4 Water charity game in Flint on Saturday. (Chris Solari/LSJ) ‘We’re here to try to fix the problem,’ Snoop says after effort with former Spartans, other celebs Buy Photo. FLINT – It was a red-carpet affair, basketball and celebrity converging in the bowels of the arena. Paparazzi flashed their bulbs and TV camera lights   Read More ...
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9 Michigan beers for warm-weather drinking
Buy Photo. Some beer tastes better when there's a chance of getting a sunburn. So with the chill vanishing from Michigan's air, here are some good local brews that should be reasonably easy to find on a nice day. Havanna Lima (4.5% alcohol by volume) by Oddside Ales Expect flavors of fresh-squeezed lime with some rind followed by pleasant, dull hot-pepper burn on the finish. It has a nice, fairly   Read More ...
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Romeo B&B estate sale expected to draw thousands
Cement lions, a grand piano, a stuffed caribou and tons of vintage furniture are some of the items up for grabs. Buy Photo. A set of cement lions, a grand piano from the 1920s, a stuffed caribou and a mansion-worth of vintage furniture are up for grabs starting Thursday at an estate sale in Romeo that is attracting interest from thousands of potential buyers. Billed as the “ESTATE SALE of   Read More ...
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Chalk writer kicked by DPS cop wants apology
Jean Vortkamp, of Detroit, gets her hand kicked by a Detroit Police officer for writing a message in chalk in front of Fisher building. Mandi Wright Detroit school cop is under investigation after he kicked the hand of a sidewalk chalker during a teacher's rally. Buy Photo. Silencing her political views was bad enough, Jean Vortkamp says. But when a police officer kicked the sidewalk chalk out of her hand   Read More ...
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Children with disabilities — the changing face of beauty
Fifty children smiled and posed for the camera last weekend at Belle Isle Casino in Detroit — but it was more than just a photo shoot. The kids were part of a campaign that advocates for the inclusion of people with disabilities in advertising, led by the nonprofit . The Chicago-based organization is launching a nationwide push to increase the availability of aspiring models with disabilities in local casting firms.   Read More ...
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From Strange-tasting Water to Federal Emergency: The Flint Water Crisis in 5 Clicks
In April 2014, the state of Michigan temporarily switched Flint's water source from Lake Huron to the Flint River as a   Read More ...
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Michigan museum loans wildlife photos to Paris exhibition
MARQUETTE, Mich. (AP) — A Paris museum is featuring several prints by a renowned wildlife photographer on loan from Northern Michigan University's DeVos Art Museum.   Read More ...
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