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- Detroit is a major port city on the Detroit River, in the Midwest region of the United States.
- Detroit was the dark-horse in the Western Conference, the third-seed behind Dallas and Colorado.
- Detroit is a city of Techno musicians with a constant evolution.
- Detroit was the team this year.
- Detroit is the largest city in the U.S. state of Michigan and the seat of Wayne County.
- Ernest Shazor (born July 4, 1983 in Detroit, Michigan) is a former professional American football safety in the National Football League.
- On June 12, 1996, he was appointed auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Detroit, ordained to the episcopate on July 9, 1996.
- The Detroit Red Wings finished in first place again, becoming the first team with more than 100 points.
- In his hometown of Detroit, Mike Ilitch and his family are one of downtown Detroit's largest abandoned property owner.
- Ben Wallace (born September 10, 1974 in White Hall, Alabama) is a professional basketball player in the NBA who plays at center for the Detroit Pistons.
- A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Williams and his lifelong best friend Eddie Kendricks moved to Detroit, Michigan as teenagers.
- Born on March 18 th, 1941, in Prattville, Alabama, Wilson Pickett moved with his family to Detroit when he was 14.
- But Bishop England together with Bishop Rese of Detroit and Bishop Dubois of New York formed a party as against the followers of the Archbishop of Baltimore.
- DETROIT -- The mother of Cardinal Adam Maida, archbishop of Detroit, died of natural causes Wednesday, according to the Archdiocese of Detroit.
- Their chances of becoming the first team since Detroit in 1997-98 to repeat as Stanley Cup champions.
- Four other teams: the Buffalo All-Americans, Chicago Tigers, Columbus Panhandles, and Detroit Heralds joined the league sometime during the year.
- The Detroit Red Wings and the Columbus Blue Jackets are the only teams in the Western Conference that are located in the eastern time zone.
- Much like the Detroit Tigers (who are #3 on my list of teams who I will be rooting for this year).
- Minit and Toussaint defined the sound of New Orleans as much Stax did for Memphis or Motown for Detroit.
- Hooker was born in Coahoma County, Mississippi, spent his early years in Memphis and eventually moved to Detroit.
- Aretha Franklin (born March 25, 1942) is an iconic American gospel, soul and R&B singer born in Memphis, Tennessee, but raised in Detroit, Michigan.
- Chris Johnson and LenDale White each recorded a pair of rushing touchdowns as Tennessee crushed Detroit, 47-10, at Ford Field.
- Calgary had beaten the Western Conference's top three seeded teams, the Vancouver Canucks, Detroit Red Wings, and the San Jose Sharks, in that order.
- Evgeni Nabokov and the Sharks shut out Detroit in game one in Detroit by a score of 2-0, taking a 1-0 series lead.
- They've beaten the Sharks, Ducks, Caps and Rangers (a 4-0 curb-stomping last week) and played close games against Montreal and Detroit.
- In their first playoff action the Sharks faced off against the Detroit Red Wings, a back and forth series that ended up going seven games.
- Since then, Formula One has been hosted by Long Beach, Las Vegas, Detroit, Dallas and Phoenix all on temporary street circuits.
- The show later moved on to Phoenix, AZ where it ran until November 1, 1997 and also played in Pittsburgh, Dallas, Indianapolis, Providence, RI and Detroit.
- Teams like Detroit and Dallas aren't doing as well as everybody expected.
- They finished with the fifth-best record in the league, behind Detroit, Ottawa, Dallas and Carolina.
- Plante did not wear the mask, at Blake's request, against Detroit on March 8, 1960; the Canadiens lost 3–0, and the mask returned for good the next night.
- The final straw came in December of that year, when the Canadiens lost 11-1 at home to the Detroit Red Wings.
- The Detroit Red Wings were in the city, but the Canadiens would be playing without Richard.
- June 12, 1936) is a jazz trumpet player from Detroit, born in Chester, Pennsylvania.
- June 24 - The New Jersey Devils sweep the heavily favored Detroit Red Wings to win their first Stanley Cup in the lock-out shortened season.
- NEW YORK, June 9 -- When the Detroit Shock selected Cheryl Ford with the third overall pick in the 2003 WNBA Draft, history was made.
- It was Harwell's first appearance on FSN Detroit as a live commentator since June 1, 2003, when he also filled in for Allen.
- The album was recorded at Cobo Hall in Detroit, Michigan, in June of 1980 and at the Boston Garden in Boston, Massachusetts in October of 1980.
- After going 96-91 with Boston, Monbouquette was sent to the Detroit Tigers before the 1966 season.
- On October 29th, Gordie Howe became the first player to record 1000 assists in a 5-3 win over Boston at the Detroit Olympia.
- When Gerry Mulligan was 14, his family moved to Detroit and then to Reading, Pennsylvania (an hour and a half north of Philadelphia).
- Detroit). Before getting to the Final the Devils had series wins over Florida, Toronto and Philadelphia.
- Also played for Philadelphia, the Mets, and Detroit before making it back to the Bucs.
- Born in Toledo, Ohio and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Anita Baker began singing in a Baptist church choir at the age of 12.
- CFCO boasts a large daytime signal that covers much of Michigan, including Metro Detroit, and some of Ohio and Indiana in addition to southwestern Ontario.
- In early 1999, the Detroit Red Wings announced plans to move the team to Rossford, Ohio -- a Toledo suburb -- for the 2000-01 season.
- Growing up in Cleveland, Ohio, Elgie and Kenneth later moved to Detroit, where the brothers worked closely with Harvey Fuqua on his Tri-Phi Records label.
- In 1952, Cleveland finished 8–4 to again advance to the NFL Championship Game, this time facing the Detroit Lions.
- Labor racketeers made inroads in other cities, such as Chicago, Cleveland, Kansas City and Detroit, in the 1930s.
- It is a safer bet that those three players will help Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin win the Cup than it is Hossa will win it with Detroit next season.
- The Penguins turned the tables on the Red Wings and captured the Cup on enemy ice, just as Detroit did in Pittsburgh last year.
- It's certainly possible to win a Cup with a cheap starting goalie, as teams like Chicago, Detroit, and Carolina have proved in the salary cap era.
- Alice Cooper Alice Cooper is an American rock singer, songwriter, and musician from Detroit whose career began in 1964.
- He eventually made his way to Detroit, Michigan, where his older brother Jimmy Ruffin was pursuing a career in music while working at the Ford Motor Company.
- Nancy Skinner was an American commentator on progressive talk radio in Chicago and Detroit, before embarking on a career in Congressional politics.
- The cities with the largest Iraqi immigrant populations are Detroit, Chicago and San Diego.
- In major cities such as New York, San Diego, and Detroit, Invisalign, dental implants, cosmetic contouring, and other procedures are increasingly popular.
- Rayner also kicked for Kansas City and San Diego in 2007, while also being a part of the rosters for Miami and Detroit during his career.
- After losses to Detroit and Los Angeles, the 49ers won their next two games before the season finale against the Oakland Raiders.
- In 2001, Detroit, the league's second-best team in the regular season, were upset in the playoffs by Los Angeles.
- Eli Broad (born June 6, 1933) a native of Detroit, Michigan is a Jewish American billionaire who presently resides in Los Angeles, California.
- In 1949, he moved to Detroit, Michigan where he joined the local jazz scene, playing with musicians such as Wardell Gray.
- Marshall Mathers, recording as Eminem, started rapping as a teenager in Detroit, Michigan.
- Straight out of Detroit, the city that brought you Jay Dee and Eminem, comes Black Milk.
- Eminem, of Macomb County's Clinton Township outside Detroit, was charged following a June 4 confrontation outside a Warren nightclub.
- Later, nationally-renowned performers like Insane Clown Posse, Kid Rock and Eminem made Detroit an industry center.
- Joseph Utsler, (Born October 13, 1974), better known to the world as Shaggy 2 Dope of the Insane Clown Posse, is a rapper from Detroit.
- Geri Allen grew up in Detroit, Michigan, and was at an early age captured by the vitality of Motown's music scene.
- Geri Allen, a Detroit native, began piano lessons at age seven and continued for ten years.
- They swept the playoffs up till the NBA Finals, facing the Detroit Pistons again.
- NBA Finals: Detroit Pistons win 4 games to 0 over the Los Angeles Lakers to win the franchise's first championship.
- Detroit then defeated the Indiana Pacers, coached by Rick Carlisle, in six tough games to advance to the NBA Finals for the first time since 1990.
- I agree Rick Carlisle is a good coach but he doesn't do well with young players as shown by his teams in Detroit and in Indiana.
- Carol Wald was born in Detroit, Michigan where she began studying art at age twelve.
- Bob Seger was born at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit and lived in the area until age 6 when his family moved to the college town of Ann Arbor, Michigan.
- He then joined the Detroit, Michigan based band of Jean Goldkette, with whom he remained until 1927.
- Beiderbecke left the Wolverines in October 1924[ 38] for a spot with Jean Goldkette in Detroit, but the job didn't last long.
- In the conference finals against the Detroit Red Wings, the Oilers again lost the first game on home ice before rebounding to win the next four.
- As for Detroit, they have won four Stanley Cups in the last 12 seasons, and have made it to the Conference Finals in four of the last seven.
- Howe led Detroit to four Stanley Cups during his tenure as a Red Wing.
- Obie Trice is a rapper born in Detroit, Michigan on November 14, 1977 to Eleanor Trice, a single mother.
- In this video we ask members of the Detroit Pistons what do they think about Rasheed Wallace running for president of the United States.
- WDIV-TV, virtual channel 4, is an NBC-affiliated television station based in Detroit, Michigan, United States.
- Keith Tucker is an electronic musician and DJ from the city of Detroit, Michigan, in the United States of America.
- Byron Allen (born Byron Allen Folks on April 22, 1961, in Detroit, Michigan, USA) is an American stand-up comedian and television talk show host.
- After World War II and in the 1950s, new styles of electric blues music became popular in cities such as Chicago, Detroit and St. Louis.
- In 1994, the bronzed boxing glove that Louis used to defeat Max Schmeling was donated to the city of Detroit by the Michigan Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.
- Born in Alabama, Louis moved to Detroit as a child and began boxing at the Brewster Recreation Center.
- Joe Louis was born in Alabama, but raised in Detroit.
- Faygo or Faygo Pop is a soft drink brand headquartered in Detroit, Michigan.
- Yusef A. Lateef was born William Emanuel Huddleston on October 9, 1920 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and moved with his family to Detroit in 1925.
- Yusef Lateef was born William Emanuel Huddleston on October 9, 1920 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and moved with his family to Detroit in 1925.
- He then played with Kenny Burrell and Yusef lateef in Detroit and moved to New York, where he quickly became known for his powerful style.
- Unable to find a dance partner in Canada, Belbin moved to Detroit in 1998, where she was partnered with Benjamin Agosto by their coach Igor Shpilband.
- The initial plan called for a three-pronged offensive: from Lake Champlain to Montreal; across the Niagara frontier; and into Upper Canada from Detroit.
- Eventually, he fled to Canada, then settled in Detroit, Michigan, where he ran a boardinghouse that frequently sheltered runaway slaves.
- It was at Fort Amherstburg that Brock met the Great Shawnee war chief Tecumseh and it was here that they formed their plan of attack on Detroit.
- The first post, known as Fort Amherstburg, was constructed in 1796 near the mouth of the Detroit River where it empties into Lake Erie.
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* Berry Gordy
* Cardinal Edmund Szoka
* Chauncey Billups
* Chris Osgood
* Detroit Area
* Detroit Red Wings
* Detroit Symphony Orchestra
* Detroit Techno
* First Round
* Four-Game Sweep
* Henry Ford
* Isaac Brock
* Joe Dumars
* Joe Louis Arena
* Juan Atkins
* Kris Draper
* Levi Stubbs
* Motown Records
* Motown Sound
* Naima Mora
* Orchestra Hall
* Pewabic Pottery
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* Stanley Cup
* Steve Yzerman
* Super Bowl Xl
* Wayne State University
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