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The Detroit model: greater than the sum of its parts

Google Maps gave me four options for getting to Recovery Park from my downtown hotel: one-hour walk along an eight-lane M-3 then through a grass-covered neighbourhood; a 45-min walk-bus-bus-walk combination with buses running every 60 min; a 16-min bike ride on the vehicular road; or a 7-min drive on an interstate highway with a giant partial cloverleaf. 1,735 more words


Yabba Dabba Dork!

Flintstones…Meet the Flintstones. From a page right out of history comes Flintstones Bedrock City. For a whopping $5 per person, you and your entire family can play for an hour or for the day in this nostalgic theme park situated at the crossroads of US-64 and US-180 in Williams, AZ, and what more appropriate place for a prehistoric village than nearby one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon! 568 more words

Dig Down Deep

Morning Thought: Dig down deep so that you last for decades, not just days. You begin digging by coming to Jesus. You go deeper by listening to him. 94 more words

Morning Thought

Cesspool pt. 6


Is there dirt under the sidewalks of the City? Does it any natural rock in its endless hard surfaces?

Hear me out.

Think about this: when you’re down in a subway tunnel, there’s stone hanging overhead, often gathering boogery buildup from sewage drips that make the station look like a real honest-to-God cave—but is there any actual dirt between the sidewalk’s plates and the underground’s arches? 2,953 more words

Fiction Friday

Dan Gilbert Apologizing After Mostly-White Ad Declaring 'See Detroit Like We Do'

DETROIT (WWJ) – The outdoor advertisement showing a predominately white crowd as representational of the makeup of the city of Detroit has come under public ire. 172 more words