August 2012

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City Living

Usually, people want to escape from the city, but some like to escape to an urban environment, citing their second home’s proximity to cultural and sports venues, terrific views, and relative affordability.

Faces in the Crowd

They keep vigil over the city in frozen silence, many of them for a century or more, just waiting for a return glance. We get face to face with some of these sculptural adornments on Detroit’s architectural wonders

On The Town

From breakfast until the wee hours, 14 metro Detroit insiders share where they’d take their guests for a good time, including restaurants, nightclubs, museums, retailers, and historic neighborhoods.

Time Travel

In the early 20th century, Detroit was a tourist destination — a place to see and be seen. And there was no shortage of excursion companies so visitors could take in the sights of a city on the move.

Water Works

Like outdoor sculpture and monuments, fountains add beauty to a city. But these forms of liquid architecture have an added benefit: They appeal not just to our sense of sight, but to our sense of sound. Go with the flow
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