Thousands of colorfully costumed revelers plan to take to the streets to chase away a mythological red dwarf in the Cass Corridor.
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.
Steam spewed out of dozens of growing holes and cracks on a street in the Cass Corridor.
The demolition occurred without asbestos remediation because the house was considered too dangerous.
Used condoms, broken glass and dozens of exposed needles are scattered around the crumbling properties, where a heroin overdose victim was recently found.
Houdini’s body was embalmed and stored at the funeral home in a bronze coffin with a glass lid, which Houdini wanted to use as a prop for his magic shows.
Thousands of people flocked to Dally in the Alley in the Cass Corridor on Saturday for music, art and food.
Motor City Muckraker obtained a copy of the “confidential” agreement between Ilitch and Wayne State to build a business school, and the details don’t fit the media-peddle narrative.
When Wayne State University broke ground on the $50 million Mike Ilitch School of Business on Wednesday, school officials and the media left out some key details about the burden on taxpayers and students.
A lot is at stake when Mike Ilitch’s son takes over the family empire, which includes the Red Wings, Tigers, Little Caesars, theaters and abandoned buildings.