While it’s nice to know that such celebrity largesse exists, it’s not a sign of a functional city.
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He’s leaving the violence plagued Cincinnati and coming to the Motor City where shootings and murders are multiplied by at least four.
The candidate best prepared to bring Detroit back hasn’t lived in Detroit – but has lived for Detroit by bringing jobs to its residents.
The delivery of the DIA news has once again exposed the tendency of Detroiters to wallow in delusion.
Michigan talks a lot about making things ‘world class.’ With the DIA, we have something that really is in that category.
The conference remains the annual gathering spot for the ‘Who’s-Who of Michigan’s’ top business professionals, government leaders, and corporate CEOs.
The best thing you can say about the budget process being perpetrated by Mayor Dave Bing and the Detroit City Council is that none of it really means anything.
Now, the minister is calling on the pastors of Detroit to come together and buy land. The question is: Can the minister be heard now?
Nothing this side of slapping a For Sale sign on the Detroit Water Department would be a clumsier attempt at raiding a Detroit jewel.
For us in Detroit a decades-long tornado has been ripping the city apart – just slow enough not to qualify for disaster relief.