No. Detroit. This is a scintillating panoramic photographic expose’ of what has become of the “Venice” of America. One good thing: nature takes over. Check this out…
An excellent article from the NY Times on Detroit. What’s happening there is applicable elsewhere. As folks become more aware of where their food comes from, and better yet, how to grow it, in our devastated cities, there will be massive change around the issues of our basic necessities.
“Seeding Small Business: 5 Ideas from Detroit: Detroit entrepreneurs are learning to rely on each other, finding the seeds of a new economy in resources discarded by corporate America. by Stacy Mitchell A couple of weeks ago I was invited to spend a day in Detroit meeting with local entrepreneurs and sharing ideas for spurring [...]
Following on the heals of my last post maybe we could find some use for what has fallen to the ground and hangs by a thread from the crashing buildings in a place like Detroit, or for that matter, on every street corner and in every dumpster in America, eh? Check your trash. What are [...]
After spending a significant amount of time in Detroit this past year, teaching and consulting, I have to ask if the country is moving in this direction. This article spells things out pretty drastically. What does amaze me is that regardless of the condition of a city like Detroit, the fact that the corporations have [...]
Some of the preliminary design work at the Detroit PDC.keep looking »