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Product of the Month – Detroit Speed’s How to Build a Pro Touring Car

Product of the Month – Detroit Speed’s How to Build a Pro Touring Car. Trends in automotive modification come and go, some outlandish, some practical. Currently, the trend called “Pro Touring,” definitely leans toward the practical. 29 more words

Detroit Speed

Product of the Month – Detroit Speed’s How to Build a Pro Touring Car

Product of the Month – Detroit Speed’s How to Build a Pro Touring Car. Trends in automotive modification come and go, some outlandish, some practical. Currently, the trend called “Pro Touring,” definitely leans toward the practical. 23 more words

Detroit Speed News

Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boeing Boing

Detroit’s Hilberry Theatre, where I’m currently spending quite a bit of time, will complete its season opening run of Boeing Boeing this weekend. Their stage won’t be dark for very long as  235 more words

Theatre

Will Black People Be in the New Detroit?

In an Open Letter to Detroit, former Free Press Writer, Suzette Hackney, questions whether with all the changes happening in the city, whether low-income people will still have a place. 176 more words

Detroit Now

Rita Moreno visits Detroit (another classy evening at the Redford Theatre)

This past weekend, I was pleased to join a large and nearly sold out crowd at the Redford Theatre to welcome acclaimed actress Rita Moreno… 851 more words

Theatre

Training Our Way to a New Oligarchy? Not Yet!

In Texas and now in Colorado conservatives on the far right have been in a panic about history students actually learning history. Whether being earnest in their own beliefs or being duped by corporate propaganda efforts, these conservatives want desperately to put a lid on history study at the high school level that might explore… 861 more words

Education

The Cost of Water

Here is another sad story about the drought in California. It’s an even better example of catastrophe theory than Nassim Taleb killing chickens. The water table can fall steadily for one hundred years, until one day it falls below your well shaft and then suddenly you are out of water. 402 more words

Economy