stevestgermain110 karma2014-03-26 21:54:50 UTC
For those who need context, here's the story of the frozen man:
And the photo: http://imgur.com/civG1yJ
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stevestgermain87 karma2017-12-21 16:04:28 UTC
What neighborhood would you consider underrated or under-the-radar to most people? Which neighborhood has the most potential to come back in a meaningful way?
Also, whats your favorite street and why is it Woodward?
stevestgermain33 karma2014-03-27 01:15:36 UTC
LeDuff wrote the article. But yes.
stevestgermain26 karma2015-05-05 23:49:29 UTC
You'll never believe what was just posted at /r/theverge ! Shameless plug obviously.
stevestgermain23 karma2017-12-21 18:49:45 UTC
I think that's the point though- if Detroit were as small as say, Boston, SF, or Manhattan (rather than the size of all 3 put together) it would be easier to manage.
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