Detroit, Michigan was one of many cities that has experienced economical hardship within the last few decades but is now making a powerful comeback. With recent additions such as Little Caesars Arena, many shops align the Woodward Ave corridor and people bustle through the streets to work and play. The city is alive and well. However, this doesn't happen outside of committed individuals like Bruce Schwartz, who has made his home in Motown using his unique influence and abilities to make sure the city continues on a progressive trajectory.
I had my first beer, surprisingly, after college in 2009 and my first craft beer in 2011. Between the domestic beer experience and the craft, beer was held in extremely low regard, but once I tried my first craft beer at Yazoo Brewery,
Detroit’s Jason Wilson is a husband and father of two, and the founder and head instructor of the Cave of Adullam Transformational Training Academy, also known as CATTA. CATTA is a leadership and martial arts center where Wilson, through his years of mentoring and his experience in the arts of Aikibujutsu, Jiujitsu, Judo, Kempo, Short Staff Fighting and Combat Boxing, trains young men how to defend themselves and others, and above all, how to carry themselves with respect and treat others in kind.
The streets are calling The sight of thousands of people gearing up to release their strides upon the pavement for up to 10 miles is something to behold. It’s paradoxically intimidating and inspiring. The more you shy away from it, the more you want to take part in it next year. READ MORE...