The Gold Dollar was a legendary Cass Corridor bar that hosted drag shows for three decades and later featured the White Stripes’ first live show.
Since the city of Detroit announced the location of the new Red Wings arena in June 2013, at least 15 houses or buildings have been demolished within three blocks of the site.
From bars to a historic high-rise apartment, 11 buildings and houses have been demolished around the Red Wings arena since 2014.
No area of Detroit is changing as rapidly as the Cass Corridor.
From a collegiate gothic building to the golden arches.
This isn’t the 1967 riots. There’s no smoke or soot billowing into the air, but Detroit is still being looted by desperate people.
Wayne County illegally finances its operations with outrageous costs.
Greg Murray, Editorial columnist Around this time several years ago, a group of so-called captains of industry (see former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick separation fund managers) gathered at an annual organizational meeting – or what some would call a strategy meeting – to determine who would run Detroit. Their champion then was a “transitional” figure with a […]