[Indian Village] This Tudor style Detroit home, in Indian Village, is one of many beautiful homes in the historic district. The herringbone brickwork is the standout feature of this grand home. Related articles Detroit Neighborly Love (abeautifuldetroit.wordpress.com) The Detroit Most Never See (abeautifuldetroit.wordpress.com) New Weekly Photo Series: Detroit Homes (abeautifuldetroit.wordpress.com) Detroit’s Penrose Village Welcomes New […]
The Rebirth of the Avenue of Fashion There will be lots happening on the Avenue of Fashion September 20th. On that date, Revolve Detroit will host the Detroit Design Festival and launch the Art + Retail on the Ave project. I have followed the Art + Retail on the Ave project very closely and I […]
[Oakman Blvd] Tudor style house in the historic Oakman Blvd. community on Detroit’s west side.
This past Tuesday I decided to take a trip down to Detroit’s Eastern Market. It was a long overdue trip. I hadn’t been down there in years. I’ve joined the “Buy Local” movement and thought what better way to support local producers than by going to the Eastern Market to buy my produce. Since it […]
While on a stroll through Detroit’s Grandmont community, I had the pleasure of witnessing Detroit neighborly love firsthand. It happened when I stumbled upon the home pictured below. The well manicured lawn in the backyard and the size of the home caught my attention, so I decided to take a few pictures of it.
Today’s Daily Prompt: Viral “The New York Times is going to feature your blog on its home page, and you’ve been asked to publish a new post — it’ll be the first thing tens of thousands of new readers see. Write it.” Detroit=Blight? Do you associate Detroit with blight? If your answer is yes, you […]
When I initially came up with the idea of starting a blog about Detroit, I envisioned it being strictly a platform for me to post positive images of the city. After much consideration, I decided that I wanted to not only showcase positive images of the city, I also wanted this blog to encompass the […]
Detroit residents came out yesterday for the grand opening of Palmer Park’s new splash park. The park, made possible from funding donated by Lear Corporation, is the second splash park to open in the city. According to People for Palmer Park’s website, the splash park replaces the non-functioning pool which closed many years ago.
Detroiters and supporters came out August 3rd to clean up Detroit as a part of Arise Detroit! Neighborhoods Day.
The Metro Detroit Pond & Garden Club held it’s 11th Annual Pond & Garden Tour this past Saturday. The tour showcased beautifully designed gardens and Koi ponds of Detroit homeowners.