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Brian Kennedy

Preview to a Detroit Documentary- not directly bike realted 3 Replies

Started by Brian Kennedy. Last reply by Brian Kennedy Mar 28, 2010.

Brian Kennedy

My Detroit Ride Dissertation 8 Replies

Started by Brian Kennedy. Last reply by David P. Aug 25, 2009.

Brian Kennedy

Detroit Related Links 15 Replies

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Comment by Kevin C Dormant on December 8, 2011 at 11:50am

Just saw this article in the Chicago Tribune. Any concerns?

Comment by globalguy on March 8, 2011 at 3:05pm

Detroit Needs Robocop Now More than Ever: Why a proposed statue of the tragic hero is a good idea for the Motor City.


More here.

Comment by globalguy on January 28, 2011 at 2:47pm

Given what's happening in Egypt, the a post to the BBC reports:

Jim, from the US writes: "I have a friend in Dearborn, home to one of the largest Muslim communities in North America. I've been told police are on alert for possible rioting this evening and this weekend. Local TV stations in Detroit, US have summoned-in off-duty news staff for possible coverage of rioting there."

Comment by globalguy on January 27, 2011 at 1:42pm
And more (this time about the supposed Detroit supermarket deficit) still from Sweet Juniper, a very cool Detroit-based blog: He Flogs Dead Horses, Doesn't He?
Comment by globalguy on January 26, 2011 at 2:53pm

And a fascinating counterpoint offered up by Guernica's online mag, Detroitism:

Red Dawn 2, the forthcoming sequel to the nineteen eighties B-movie about a Soviet occupation of America, was shot last year in downtown Detroit. A long-abandoned modernist skyscraper coincidentally undergoing demolition served as a backdrop for battle scenes between American guerrillas and the Communist occupiers, now Chinese. For weeks, Chinese propaganda posters fluttered in the foreground of the half-destroyed office building, whose jagged entrails were visible through the holes opened by the wrecking ball. A pedestrian routinely bumped into Asian-American extras with Michigan accents and fake Kalashnikovs, while a parking garage played the role of a Communist police station. It was an uncanny spectacle: the very real rubble of the Motor City’s industrial economy serving as the movie backdrop for post-industrial America’s paranoid fantasies of national victimization. What made it even weirder was the fact that the film’s producers just left the posters hanging when they packed up. A red-and-yellow poster on that same parking garage assured us for weeks afterward that our new rulers were “here to help.”

Comment by Andy Staub on August 30, 2010 at 7:13pm
Hey Chi-friends! The Detroit Criticak Mass has ben great this Summer,
Here is a video from last Fridays ride. Enjoy!
Comment by Joel on June 21, 2010 at 8:36pm
Has anyone done much road riding in SW Michigan? I was thinking of staying in South Haven and doing some day trips out to the wineries, chocolate places, etc. that are scattered about.
Comment by Joe TV on May 31, 2010 at 1:25am

Comment by Joe TV on May 26, 2010 at 8:19pm
If you're in the D this weekend for Movement/DEMF whatever, you might be interested in a bike tour that takes you to the sights of Detroit's Techno History.
Comment by Joe TV on March 28, 2010 at 11:08pm
What is BTT? Bicycle Transit Team? Bitchin' Trike Trails? Blowing Through Teamsters?

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