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Len Duckworth's Fish & Chips


Len Duckworth’s Fish & Chips was recommended to me by a friend who’d noticed my latest interest in fish & chips. She and her sister have been going there for years! 864 more words


Greektown 1983 in A Detroit Anthology

My contribution to “A Detroit Anthology” is the short essay “Greektown 1983.”

First paragraphs:

Stella waited for me in Greektown. She scurried down Monroe Street in her army coat covered in patches, a dozen bright-colored barrettes in her matted grey hair, crooked face leading the way. 51 more words


This weekend was really wonderful. In addition to a fun Saturday night out, some of my family’s dearest friends were in town and I was so lucky to be able to have not one, but two lunches with them! 483 more words


Happy Father's Day!

Happy Father’s Day to all the dad’s out there! Especially our own dads :-)

This morning we had a nice little Father’s day celebration for Seymen, courtesy of Cesme and mini-E. 515 more words


Weekend Visitors

This weekend we have some Nebraskaian’s visiting.

Aren’t they a good looking couple? Wowzers.

I’m pretty pumped for this visit because:

  • Guest room/bathroom: I love prepping these rooms and getting them all hotel-like for people to stay.
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People Mover Reopens After Bomb Scare In Greektown

DETROIT (WWJ) – Detroit police have given the all-clear after a suspicious package was discovered in Greektown, forcing the People Mover to temporarily shut down. 140 more words


Dancing with Sonia by Beatriz Badikian-Gartler

“If I can’t dance, I don’t want to be part of your revolution.”

Emma Goldman

She dances among the broken steps,

the jagged edges of unfinished buildings. 3,764 more words