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SUPER DUPER ALICE COOPER starts May 2

“Would you buy a car from this man?” Detroit-born Alice Cooper really needs no introduction. Still touring the world, with over 100 concerts scheduled in 2014, and hosting the internationally syndicated “Night with Alice Cooper” radio show airing five nights a week for over a decade, Alice shows no sign of slowing down.  169 more words

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Historical Michigan Author

A Michigan author who received a 2012 Michigan Notable Book award for his novel “Michigan & the Civil War: a Great & Bloody sacrifice” has given “The Sugar House” a Five Star Review! 108 more words

Detroit

A Tale of Two Portraits


In 2011 we visited Detroit in search of the portraits of my great great grandparents: Senator John Norvell and his wife Isabella Hodgkiss Freeman Norvell. 654 more words

American History

Fun take on "The Sugar House"

A reader describes “The Sugar House”

This book is SO packed full with detail about our wonderful city.
It’s like a flux – capacitor to the 20′s!

Detroit

Interview By Jeff Burtka

Q & A: Jean Scheffler, Author of The Sugar House

I had the opportunity to speak with author Jean Scheffler about her novel The Sugar House. 2,719 more words

Detroit

Great Review *****

By Jeff Burtka at Lifelong Michigander

During the 1920s, no American gang was more feared than Detroit’s Purple Gang, also known as the Sugar House Gang. 623 more words

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