What lures us to the Detroit River is also what makes it difficult to describe. Its depth, its changeability, its impenetrability to land creatures, all make it a suitable object of contemplation. It is a three-dimensional zen koan where you can fish. Or, as Mark
I grabbed a seat with Vince Paul at Mike’s Coney Island in Detroit’s Eastern Market and discussed his odyssey, his return back home, and how he’s marrying his global perspective with that of Detroit – all that over quintessential Coney dogs, chili, onions, and yellow mustard.
He talks with his hands, could go on for hours
Story of My Life, Life Lessons Shared by Detroit Immigrant Shaffwan Ahmed
Brooklyn Street Local
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We can't get enough of the luxury, history, sustainability, even the off-roading.
Check out this year's North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), and you'll know what we're getting at.
From Steve McQueen's Original Ford Bullitt Mustang to Michelin's sustainable tires printed from 3D recycled materials (what?), and Marvel fans
George Boukas of the infamous Temple Bar in Midtown Detroit has seen a thing or two. He first stepped through the door at four years old. Subsequently, life took him elsewhere, but he came back when he realized the family business was his calling. The place
Lafayette Coney Island: One of the prerequisite, line out the door, late night coney shops that every Detrotier has eaten at once and every tourist needs to step inside of on their travels through the city. We get the details with Regina Gaines.
Scott Rutterbush: Why
You know where 8 Mile is, but 8 miles from where? That would be the Point of Origin Marker in Downtown’s Campus Martius. In 1805, when Augustus Woodward laid out Detroit’s spanking-new city plan, he climbed a giant rock at the highest point in the
If last year offers any hint of what’s to come, more than 700,000 people will head to downtown Detroit to check out what new car models at the NAIAS will be hitting our streets in the new few years. But even before the show opens