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  1. #1
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    Default Detroit Projects Cited in Details mag critical eye feature

    read it and comment.
    http://www.details.com/culture-trend...troit-michigan

    ready, aim, aw hell, here we go again.

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    Why doesn't anyone ever discuss the Grand River/Lahser development? Artist Village, Sweet Potato Sensations, Redford Theater and the new coffee shop are all cooler than any of the Corktown or Downtown developments.

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    So somebody creates a piece with some positive attributes and right away they are excluding 85% of the city? So where exactly is the division of propaganda located?

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    not so much a "division of propaganda" but the orchestrated tunnel vision of the dominant culture. similar thinking tends to cast victims of poverty as criminals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    So somebody creates a piece with some positive attributes and right away they are excluding 85% of the city? So where exactly is the division of propaganda located?
    I think it's right next to the department of hustle and self promotion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt. Dan Bassett View Post
    not so much a "division of propaganda" but the orchestrated tunnel vision of the dominant culture. similar thinking tends to cast victims of poverty as criminals.
    Or at least as highly unfashionable...

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