The fire gutted the house in an area already decimated by arsons, abandonment and neglect.
The night will include live music, DJs, poetry readings and a graffiti showcase.
The newly published, “A Detroit Anthology,” is a refreshingly well-packed collection of compelling essays, stories, poems and photographs of the city and its resilient, diverse residents.
There’s one problem with Detroit’s plan to crack down on the proliferation of graffiti: Most of its police officers aren’t trained to issue tickets to vandals.
The Heidelberg Project said Guyton “has been affronted by some rather deceptive characters recently.”
“People are dumping money on him left and right but have no idea what he’s doing,” said a neighbor, whose house was burned in two arson fires targeting the Heidelberg Project. “It is pitiful.”
The classroom will be built out of a used shipping container with a rain garden and alternative energy sources.
Although the nonprofit said its lone camera was destroyed in an arson, investigators set up hidden surveillance at the outdoor art project.
The ranger has defaced historic buildings and signs throughout the city while collecting a check from the state.
The world-famous Heidelberg Project, which spans across dozens of parcels and attracts as many as 50,000 people a year, owns just four of lots in the area.