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The modern mid-century housing block Mies van der Rohe, designed for Detroit's Lafayette Park, has 184 units and this is the best.
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This is the first look inside the tavern of Founder Brewing Co. in Detroit on December 1, 2017. It officially opens on December 4. Live video of Brian Manzullo's Facebook, DFP.

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Raw video of the Canadian Holiday Holiday Train going through Allen Park, Mich., On November 30, 2017. Video by Jesse Dahns.
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Two people were injured when shots were fired during Noel's night in the city center tonight, police said.

At approximately 7:40 p.m., the streets around the Detroit Institute of Arts were crowded with crowds of festival goers when four shots were fired. People started screaming and running in chaos.

Detroit Police Sgt. Nicole Kirkwood said there were "two people killed" in the incident and they were taken to an area hospital. Kirkwood said he did not have additional details, but the police are investigating.

On Twitter, festival attendees described a confusing and chaotic scene, but it is likely that thousands of people at the event had no idea of ​​the shooting. Noel Night, an annual Christmas celebration in Detroit with carriage rides and Christmas shopping, along with music, theater and other performances, covers blocks and blocks of downtown.

The QLine train tweeted at 8:50 p.m. who has suspended the service "due to police activity in the area."

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The writer Tresa Baldas and others Free Press staff contributed to this report. Contact Niraj Warikoo: nwarikoo@freepress.com or 313-223-4792. Follow him on Twitter @nwarikoo

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