People are delineating what the legacy of Detroit will be, what will be left behind. This question is particilarly important for a city built on physical grandeur
Hackerspaces or makerspaces can be found in more commercial forms, but the majority of spaces are self-organized and not-for-profit. A look at Detroit's scene.
The city of Detroit has gained much national exposure of late as case study for the potential revival of declining
The Benjamin Siegel House was built in the historic Boston-Edison district of Detroit in 1914 by the founder of Siegel’s department store.
Since 2005, urban fairy doors have taken over Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The United Artists Theatre was designed by Charles Howard Crane and opened in 1928. The interior of the theater was sumptuously decorated in Spanish Gothic style, with intricate ornamentation, a large chandelier, a grand staircase and a two-story circular lobby.
Photographer Ryan Southen witnessed the rapid interior decay of Michigan Central Station over the last few years, as the building awaits its fate. Ironically, much of the decay is due to the public fascination with the place.
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Detroit resident Bob and his neighbors have a neighborhood watch group that really works. The group uses GroupMe for free group text messaging, so the group of 43 can alert each other in real time.
An obsession with street furniture becomes a calendar, featuring discarded couches--check out Ms. January, August and September here!