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The topic of this article may not meet the notability guideline for web content. Please help to establish notability by adding reliable, secondary sources about the topic. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted. (January 2008) URL Commercial? Yes Type of site news Registration N/A Available language(s) English Owner John Sousanis and Nick Sousanis Created by John Sousanis and Nick Sousanis Launched October 2002 Revenue N/A Current status active is a website providing articles, blogs, interviews, a calendar of events and editorials for the Detroit, Michigan arts and cultural community. Its motto is "Unearthing a great American city, one story at a time." Brothers John Sousanis and Nick Sousanis launched in October 2002.[1] At the time, Oakland Press theater critic John Sousanis focused on coverage of the performing arts, while Nick concentrated on the fine arts. Conceived as a small series of web pages, John and Nick were responding to what they recognized as a lack of media coverage of a vibrant arts and theater scene in Detroit. In its first four years of operation, has grown from coverage of performing and fine arts to reviews of restaurants, editorials on urban development and documentation of lifestyles in Detroit.[2] TheDetroiter also offers short histories on some of Detroit's art galleries.[3] TheDetroiter helped find art galleries and designed the gallery guide for Art Detroit Now, a Detroit area gallery crawl.[4] The following Detroit based writers have contributed to the online publication: Tom Carbone Gregory Tom Vince Carducci Tommy Onyx Heather McMacken William Eric Graham Rima Nickell Dennis Alan Nawrocki Christine Hill Lynn Crawford Jacque Liu Miroslav Cukovic Eric C. Novack References ^ "Call for Artists: Game Show Detroit". Retrieved 2009-02-04.  ^ Shea, Bill (25-SEP-06). "Nick Sousanis, 33.(". Crain's Detroit Business. Retrieved 2009-02-04.  ^ " tells what came before the galleries". August 14, 2007. Retrieved 2009-02-04.  ^ Voss, Elizabeth (May. 5, 2008). "Gallery crawl to spotlight arts community". Retrieved 2009-02-04.  5. Voss, Elizabeth (June 20, 2008). ["YMCA buys"] Retrieved 2010-04-17. External links Official website