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24977 Northwestern Hwy, Southfield, MI, US, 48076

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The Kid Rock Music Lab
Detroit Historical MuseumMarch 27, 2015
5401 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
Detroit, hometown of music icon Kid Rock, is now home to the Kid Rock Music Lab. The interactive exhibit allows you to discover Detroit's rich musical history including genres such as jazz, techno, hip-hop and gospel. The gallery also features the stories of Detroit musical legends like Smokey Robinson, Alice Cooper and Stevie Wonder.  The museum hopes that sharing the city's musical legacy will inspire a future generation of musicians and artists. Visit the event website for more information. 
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Gary Grimshaw: Detroit's Counterculture Poster Artist
Detroit Historical MuseumMarch 27, 2015 9:30 AM
5401 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
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Detroiters Paint Detroit: 1930s
Detroit Historical MuseumMarch 27, 2015 9:30 AM
5401 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
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Collections Corner
Detroit Historical MuseumMarch 27, 2015 9:30 AM
5401 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
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America's Motor City
Detroit Historical MuseumMarch 27, 2015 10:00 AM
5401 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
Learn how the car industry influenced Detroit and why Detroit became America's Motor City at this permanent exhibit. The exhibition features classic cars at the Automotive Showplace and provides an opportunity to learn all about the creation of the automobile, from the first "horseless carriages" to modern car development and design. 
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Aipg Michigan/wsu Student Chapter - Special Event Section Meeting
Detroit Historical MuseumMarch 27, 2015 6:00 PM
5401 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
HYDRAULIC FRACTURING IN OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENT   Speaker:    Hal Fitch         Chief, Office of Oil, Gas, and Minerals                    Michigan Department of Environmental Quality   Hydraulic fracturing has contributed significantly to oil and gas production in the U.S. The technology has been used in the U.S. since the 1040s, to develop oil and gas resources in shale and similar rocks that would otherwise not be productive. Michigan has seen over 12,000 wells hydraulically fractured since the 1950s, with no cases of adverse impacts on the environment or public health.   Despite its long and safe history, hydraulic fracturing has become a controversial issue in recent years, in part because it is being used at a much larger scale, primarily in horizontal wells. The concerns center on six issues: (1) migration of gas or fracture fluids, (2) water use, (3) management of flowback water, (4) surface spills, (5) disclosure of chemical additives, and (6) induced seismicity. This presentation will explain the elements of hydraulic fracturing, the reality behind the public concerns, and how the oil and gas industry and state regulators are dealing with the issues.         HAROLD FITCH  Biography       Hal Fitch has served as Chief of the Office of Oil, Gas, and Minerals (OOGM) of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality since 1996. The OOGM regulates oil, gas, and brine wells and facilities; underground disposal wells; mineral exploration test wells; and surface and underground mines.   Hal earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from Michigan Technological University in 1972 and did graduate work in hydrology at the University of Arizona. He began his career as a geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey in Denver, Colorado. He then returned to his home state and joined the OOGM. Prior to his appointment as Chief of the OOGM, Hal worked as a field inspector, ground water specialist, and district supervisor, and was stationed at several field offices in northern Michigan as well as at Lansing.
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