On Saturday, October 25, 2014 catch the Detroit record producer Moodymann, known for his soulful productions and iconic Afro. Though he generally keeps a low-profile, refusing interviews and limiting promotional material, Dixon is considered to have ‘developed hybrid modes of recording and performance incorporating analog and digital media’. Tickets
You’re young. Nothing is tying you down. Why not get out and experience the world? Friends have looked to me for relocation tips just as often as they have teased me for moving so frequently. “How did you find a job so quickly?” “How do you pull it off
Everyone’s more handsome in b/w I’ve been obsessed with the greatness that is Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., also known as Detroit duo Josh Epstein and Daniel Zott, for a long, long time (or at least since last Easter). Since then, they’ve put out their “Horse Power” EP, which kicks ass
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Who’s ready for a little bit of personal story time from some blogger you don’t know? Well, too bad, you’re getting some anyway. I grew up in this city and have long been a lush. It didn’t take a lot of clever finagling to get into bars at 15, just
Once a week we present Broke-Ass Porn. It’s visually stimulating material for the financially impaired. If this shit doesn’t get you going, you’re not as broke as you thought
I only know a few things about Michigan, and I have to say, I’m not too impressed. I know there are some lakes around it, the weather is shitty, guys from Detroit are assholes, cars are made there, and part of it’s shaped like a mitten. Something I can’t dispute,
Now, it doesn’t take an economist to discover that housing is barely affordable for people with “fill in the blank” situations (certain jobs, students, broke asses, etc.), especially those who live in cities with extremely high costs of living.
Did you know that “very low” income for one person living in San Francisco is $39,600?