Author Aaron Foley offers “advice on everything from buying and rehabbing a house to not sounding like a completely uninformed racist when you talk to a black person.”
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.
The usually cheerful, wisecracking Fox 2 News reporter broke down recently during a wideranging interview.
No matter what you think of gonzo-style journalist Charlie LeDuff, the man has balls, style and an undeniable appeal.
In his second book about Detroit’s under-appreciated gems, “Forgotten Landmarks of Detroit,” journalist and historian Dan Austin unearths the tragic demise of some of the city’s most storied buildings in engrossing prose and exquisite historic photos.