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With the recent renewal of business growth in Detroit, the focus has been primarily on the downtown area, however, the business boom spans beyond downtown. There are business owners who see the beauty in other neighborhoods and capitalize on growing businesses and creating jobs.Ron Bartell, a retired NFL player who now owns Kuzzo’s Chicken and W...

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The 10-time all-star and his wife Shannon are opening their own organic fast-food restaurant, Grown. The establishment will be the first of its kind in the country....

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Friday, 13 November 2015 08:01

Late Night Soul Food Spot Fills Need in L.A.

The Spot on Pico is offering southern favorites to customers during late night hours The post New Soul Food Joint Getting Rave Reviews appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel....

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Chef’s Upscale Soul Food Eatery Invites Community Support By Chinta Strausberg Defender Contributing Writer Emanuel Washington is a former professional European basketball player, who played…...

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Bahamian Pot Restaurant, a fixture in Liberty City, has moved a bit east to 6301 NW Sixth Ave., behind the McDonalds, near the I-95 overpass at Northwest 62nd Street. Owner Trudy Ellis said she is happy with the new location. One recent Wednesday, most of her offerings had sold out a little past 5 p.m....

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Friday, 19 June 2015 18:24

Rose’s Cafe opens in downtown Miami

The ribbon cutting ceremony played with music in the background to officially open the doors of Rose’s Café in busy downtown Miami. Located at 200 NW Second Ave., facing the Stephen P. Clark Government Center building, Rose’s Café will serve hot meals for breakfast and lunch, between the hours of 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. It marked the conclusion of a tens...

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To have a dream is a wonderful inspiration for most of us. It usually begins in our childhood where we start to comprehend roles and…...

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The idea of tapping into your personal and professional networks for crowdfunding purposes, may seem like a humbling approach to business for some but for many entrepreneurs this is a more than acceptable way to build the initial capital for an upcoming business venture.Brenda Beener, owner of Seasoned Vegan restaurant in Harlem New York, said...

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Thursday, 07 May 2015 08:00

Jerk chicken gurus go big

Eighteen years ago, the couple scored a secret jerk chicken recipe from Chris’s mother and began cooking the Jamaican dish for family and neighborhood gatherings. Soon, their chicken was legendary among neighbors, inspiring them to take their product to market. After conducting market research and building their customer base, they launched Fort H...

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Wednesday, 25 March 2015 08:06

Uniontown Bar Brings Nightlife to Anacostia

It's a frigid Friday night, and the entertainment centers of the city — Chinatown, U Street, Georgetown, H Street, Capitol Hill, Adams Morgan and Barracks Row — are flourishing. In the Southeast neighborhood of Anacostia, however, the streets are dead. The only exception is on the 2200 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue.


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