“How Detroit Became the World Capital of Staring at Abandoned Old Buildings”

November 9, 2012 Illustration by Tom Gauld By MARK BINELLI For decades, a succession of city officials has struggled mightily to rebrand Detroit’s battered image. Their ideas have included casino gambling, an ’80s festival mall, new ballparks, hosting a Formula One grand prix, hosting a Super Bowl, even commissioning (this was Mayor Coleman Young, in... Continue Reading →

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