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Dear graffiti artists: Keep Detroit's murals intact

I’m old enough to remember when pro wrestling had enough of a veneer of reality that match results would run in the newspapers. I’m old enough to have witnessed X-Games competitors go from being perceived as existing on the fringes of sport to being medaled as Olympic athletes. But I’m not so old that I … Continue Reading →

Why I refuse to say nice things about Detroit

Tell ’em I’ll remove the curses If you tell me our schools gon’ be perfect Jay Z, Say Hello Detroit has the world’s attention right now. It is a self-proclaimed comeback city, an American turnaround story. More importantly than the national and international interest, the suburbs have shown a level of investment in the city … Continue Reading →