Category Archives: Detroit

It’s Not My Time

I was watching the video below when my sister messaged me on Facebook to tell me about a 12-year-old girl who was struck by a car and killed last night on Gratiot just south of I-696.  She and two others … Continue reading

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Why I’m DONE Following the Tigers

Tigers will host first LGBT Pride Night June 3 night’s game coincides with Motor City Pride, which is June 6 and 7 at Hart Plaza in Detroit. LGBT stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender for those of you in Loma … Continue reading

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I Think I Mighta Got Played

The Detroit Free Press has always been the more liberal of the two major daily newspapers in Detroit, although The Detroit News isn’t exactly what you’d call a bastion of conservative editorial opinion either. While I marvel at the determination … Continue reading

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Detroit News: When Stoves Were The Hot New Thing

  When Stoves Were The Hot New Thing Long before Detroit became known as the Motor City, it was world famous for another iron product: stoves. In the 19th century, Detroit’s four large stove manufacturers produced more than ten percent … Continue reading

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