Letters from Readers: July 2012
WE'VE GOT MAIL... Praise us or pan us, but just put it down in words. Bravos or boos, we want to hear from you
I cannot thank you enough for the gorgeous spread in Hour Detroit [“Inn-timate,” May 2012]. I’m completely blown away. I could never have wished for a more generous, kind, or beautiful story about my little inn, and I am beyond grateful for your words and efforts. I am so touched and honored.
— Meghan McEwen, owner, Honor & Folly, Corktown Detroit
The cover photograph of Turnip Rock, Lake Huron, is stunning [“Island Hopping in the Great Lakes,” May 2012]. I also read the great article on Dish. I’ve been a patron for a couple years; the food is outstanding and the owners are very nice. I’m looking forward to reading more Hour Detroit articles.
— Maribeth Farkas, Caponigro Public Relations
What a wonderful article about making
houseguests feel special [“Hospitality Sweet,” May 2012]. I appreciate you thinking of my “Space for Six.” You made me sound very articulate. That’s a great editor. I look forward to more great articles. Thank you.
— Lynda Charfoos, Bloomfield Hills
I would look to New Orleans as a model [“Back on Track?” May 2012]. They only have a couple of bona fide streetcar lines, but they’re in the most populated areas and service a lot of people. Plus, it’s an enjoyable service for a downtown to have.
— Mike McLelland, (via web)
Such a wonderful love story [“Dramatic Journey,” May 2012], and I so love happy endings.
— Cynthia Lyn-Gray Miller, Grand Haven (via web)
Miracles Do Come True
A beautiful story and a reminder of how miracles are always there waiting for us to receive them [“Dramatic Journey,” May 2012].
— Paula Perelman, Birmingham (via web)