Detroit, known as the Motor City, is famous for its rich automotive history and vibrant casino scene. The city has three major casinos, each offering a unique dining experience as …
The Manure Crisis of 1898 refers to a significant environmental and public health issue that arose in major cities around the world, including New York City, due to the high number of horses on the streets. At the time, horses were the primary mode of transportation, and they produced vast amounts of manure and urine each day.
The Goebel Brewing Company was one of the leading beer producers in Detroit, Michigan, until the 1960s. It was ahead of its time with a light beer and grew with phenomenal ad campaigns in Life magazine in the 1940s.
If you find yourself in the Motor City for a few hours and want to catch the highlights without blowing a lot of time or money, then this little tour of Detroit will have you feeling like a Motown native in a few hours.
For decades, City of Detroit foresters industriously labored away in a quaint sawmill within Belle Isle Park, giving trees from streets and parks new life as usable wood after they were removed for road widening or death from disease, pests, or storms.