Tag Archives: Detroit

Some thoughts on summer, adventure, and healing

An intense need for nature I’ve been craving nature lately. Back in the ’90s, when my sister and I were still in elementary school and wanted to be like everyone else, my parents bought a trailer on six acres of … Continue reading

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Patti Smith at the DIA

This past weekend, Patti Smith’s Camera Solo photography exhibit opened at the Detroit Institute of Arts.  In conjunction with that, she played a show at the Detroit Film Theater, which sold out quickly.  Everyone was mad about that, so, because … Continue reading

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Why I transferred colleges, and why graduating is a REALLY BIG DEAL to me

I took a biology class at SVSU a few years ago to fulfill a general education requirement.  It met twice per week at 8 a.m., and included a lab component.  I hated it.  But I passed the class, and celebrated … Continue reading

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A tale of pro-choice badassery

I live just a couple of blocks from the Detroit city limit, and spend a lot of time there.  Earlier this evening, my friend Molly and I decided to meet up at a diner in Greektown to catch up on … Continue reading

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