Have an opportunity for a job, that is actually in Canada - So i'd be commuting every day but want to stay state side. So based off what I've googled so far it's Grosse Pointe / surrounding... But thought this group could weigh in. Realizing anywhere I choose is going to be a commute- I don't think I could transition our family into metro.
two kids and wife and we'd be coming from rural South Dakota. Quite a change.
So here are all the things we'd love to know exist.
Good Schools, Colleges that have a post secondary psychology program for my wife, decent space to lease for her yoga/massage/mindfulness business, low crime obv, bjj/mma gym, decent food joints, - and just generally a nice place to live like everybody wants...
We're 1/2 hippy, 1/2 greedy capitalist pigs. Where to we go?
So I have viewed this video a few times over and still can't figure out what morals the university were in disagreement with to actually deny/reject her application. Also, why does she never mention her GPA and SAT scores. I guess the university could give her a pass just this one time or to accommodate her they could simply lower the admission standards all together cause she is really pissed and may continue to scream. Is it just me or does anyone else see a problem here. Why aren't her proud parents standing next to her as she screams?
We all know Movement, the Techno music fest in Hart Plaza for memorial day. I've spent years thinking that Detroit never had any MAJOR fests (like Lollapalooza in Chicago), but mannnn was I wrong. Apparently Movement is so LARGE and POPULAR, they've had pre parties in Los Angeles, San Fran, Toronto, Vancouver, even cities in Mexico. Isn't that awesome?! This year is my first year going, so I'm looking forward to it.:p:p
Was cruising around town the other day and decided to go down the streets of Indian Village. It looks like it is still being kept up these days. Had some questions though, how is the crime around/in the neighborhood? A lot of the houses don't look like they have bars over windows and doors etc. I noticed some of the residents were out taking care of the yard and fixing up some things, it seems like it's a decent area where neighbor's look out for eachother, would that statement be true?