Posts Tagged ‘Detroit’
Ahhhh, home. I’ve been here so long I can’t imagine trying to connect my history to another city’s history that has no recollection of me whatsoever. Maybe I’m just a sentimental fool who has had too much Motown music, Faygo Redpop, and Red Wing stanley cups.
I’ll say it again: Detroit is a really great and exciting place to be right now. This is a city where some exceptionally unusual stuff is happening, and, as I told a friend recently, I wouldn’t miss this shit for the world. From the Reader’s Digest, Canadian version, comes this: 9 Surprising Reasons Why Detroit [...]
From Time magazine’s “How to Shrink a City“: Barely a mile from Betty Corley’s lonely house on Dubois Street, on a typical autumn weekend morning, the stalls and booths of Detroit’s Eastern Market are a gastronomic wonder — and a social one as well. Nearly 40,000 people from throughout the metropolitan area flock to the [...]
Last week the New York Times published an interactive feature on the Lafayette Park Residential Community in Detroit which was designed by Mies van der Rohe, the German-American who was among the pioneers of modern architecture. The photos are spectacular. Van der Rohe also designed the 22-story Lafayette Towers Apartments East. Both sit just around the [...]
For a little over a year, Time magazine has been running “The Detroit Blog,” a special assignment blog dedicated to attempting to write about and understand Detroit. The writers are from Detroit and/or the surrounding area, and mostly, the blog is meant for curious outsiders who think Detroit is a freak show that makes for [...]