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50 Things to Eat in Detroit Before You Die

50 Things to Eat in Detroit Before You Die (I would concur with just about every suggestion here... craving Mexican as I type).


Could be fun to do something like this in a basement or garage where you store all of your outdoor equipment like bikes, kayaks, backpacks, and other gear.


Before Detroit was known as The Motor City, it carried the mantle of 'Stove Capital of the World.'


The Tunnel Opens Back page of Part six, special Tunnel Section of November 9, 1930, Detroit Free Press.


Nestlé’s push to pump more water out of Michigan meets resistance | Local News | Detroit Metro Times

The Detroit River was a highway for Canadian liquor during Prohibition. A Detroit News photographer hid in a coal elevator to get this picture of rumrunners loading their cars at the foot of Riopelle in 1929.


DETROIT- On 4/10/22, more than 50,000 people turned out to witness the historic last run. The city's last 5 fire horses, Pete, Jim, Tom, Babe and Rusty, made their final dash down Woodward as a make-believe alarm sounded at the National Bank Building. Spectators lining the streets cheered as the fire dept's band played 'Auld Lang Syne'. Many in the crowd cried as the horses passed. These last 5 hooved fire fighters were retired to an "Equine Elysium" in River Rouge Park. (from The Detroit…