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Detroit’s New Nickname: ‘Do-it-Yourself’ City’

July 6, 2010; Wall Street Journal | If Detroit didn’t have an army of volunteers ready to take on some responsibilities, park spaces alone would be in serious jeopardy.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireAffordable Housing? Not on My Runway

July 5, 2010; WRTV Indiannapolis | Habitat for Humanity and Noblesville Airport have squared off over six vacant lots in this small Indiana community.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireSpies Like Us—Or Not

June 30, 2010; Charlotte Observer | An agent in the Russian spy ring served on various advisory boards of a peculiar nonprofit called the Lifeboat Foundation.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireTenn. Pols May Take Larger Role in Allocating Cash to Nonprofits

July 5, 2010; The Tennessean | How to depoliticize city government grants to local nonprofits? That’s the question facing the mayor and alderman of Franklin, Tenn.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireFor New UK Government “Big Society” Means Donations

July 5, 2010; The Guardian | As part of a push for the coalition government’s vision for a “big society,” people are being urged to give 1 percent of their income to charity.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireLooming Federal Deadline Threatens Virginia Dental Care

July 6, 2010; Washington Post | Bureaucratic foot-dragging usually causes headaches, but snafus in Virginia and Washington, D.C. might result in a lot of toothaches instead.—Bruce Trachtenberg



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