'13 may see rebirth of Southfield arts group


Following on the heels of the hugely successful Detroit Institute of Arts outdoor art exhibit in Southfield, the City Council is reviving a public art commission.

“The purpose of this is to get art out into the community,” said council President Ken Siver, who presented an outline of the commission's structure to fellow council members at a recent meeting.

Take a look back at 2012


There was rarely a dull moment around Southfield and Lathrup Village during the last year.

Whether it was a reason to celebrate, like the grand reopening of the Southfield-Lathrup greenhouse, or a reason to mourn, such as the death of 10-year-old Xavier Joe after Southfield EMS reportedly didn’t reach him in time, headlines through 2012 reached all community members.

Make city a destination

[The following is a South Oakland Eccentric editorial]

Southfield city officials have long hoped to create what they call a City Centre, located in the general area of Evergreen and Civic Center Drive. Bad spelling aside, the idea is a good one that holds promise.

We won! Now what?


They have a variety of backgrounds - a newspaper editor seeking a career change, an administrative assistant in the auto industry, a law student, a funeral director, and a pediatrician - just to name a few.



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