We'll have to wait until spring to find out if Detroit has enough hipsters and yuppies to support a Whole Foods.
After becoming adrift in the space-time continuum, Bobby Harlow finally returned to our time to put out a new album with his old band, The Go.
The inside joke painted on the wall of a building in Hamtramck was painted over in a blatant act of pandering. We all know that with the shortage of unadorned walls in Hamtramck, we must reduce, reuse, and recycle.
Outgoing editor of the Metro Times uses the word "journalistic" on his way out. If a horrific crime happened at the retirement party, would the Metro Times cover it?
Speaking of the Metro Times, the rumors are kind of true, but not as bad as everyone expected. The Blowout will drift over to Ferndale for an added weekend, but will still have a Hamtramck presence. While crime is an obvious explanation, it could also be that the City of Hamtramck once tried to send a bill to the Metro Times for all of their Blowout related expenses.
I thought Carpenter Street on the north side was the dangerous part. (Okay, enough links about Hamtramck)
A sophisticated and urbane entrepreneur has added our fair city to his stable of destinations. Let's all blush together on the count of three.
Our pet theories for what's wrong with Detroit are way off. We need an outsider to deliver his own cookie cutter libertarian pet theories, which are far superior.
Did this show have a big turnout because it was free, or because the people who don't normally come out to this sort of show could feel confident that they weren't the only one paying to get in?
The Daily Show just aired a piece on the Matty Moroun bridge debacle that must have been shot over two months ago. Way to strike the iron while it's hot.