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A Sunday At The DIA

My daughter & I kept saying we should go to the DIA, but something always comes up or quite frankly by the end of the week I’m so tired of always being on the go that to me staying home is a luxury. However, when my daughter mentioned she could get extra credit from her history teacher for going, well needless to say my “we should go” quickly changed to “we’re going”. Apparently, my teenage daughter doesn’t think...

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How Do You Like Detroit City Limits Newly Redesigned Website?
Aug15

How Do You Like Detroit City Limits Newly Redesigned Website?

So we’ve spent the last month totally redesigning the Detroit City Limits online edition of this Michigan newspaper! We’d love to hear your thoughts & comments about this brand new look! (you must register to make comments & you can do so HERE) THANKS for reading Detroit City Limits & for your continued support!  ...

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Motor City Beat – July
Jul01

Motor City Beat – July

One of the many things I love about my job is meeting, talking to and learning about new people. In a nutshell, the consensus is the same: Detroit’s star is shining brighter and brighter every day. Vacant lots and abandoned buildings are disappearing as people with vision buy land destined for positive uses. Volunteers are getting together, cleaning their local neighborhoods and parks. I know we still have work to do, but walking the...

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Happy Anniversary Detroit City Limits!
Apr01

Happy Anniversary Detroit City Limits!

A year ago this issue, Detroit City Limits made its debut. When, I first started this publication, I knew in my heart that I wasn’t the only one out there who was getting tired of all the negative publicity about Detroit, and based on the popularity of the paper and its success, it looks like I wasn’t wrong. I suppose I could go around and take all the credit for the paper and its success, but in reality I play a very small part of...

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