Detroit’s treasures are there for those who look hard enough

Modified: April 11, 2018 | Story by Eric Althoff, The Washington Times, Oct. 25, 2017

Chances are, when you ask the average person on the street what they think of as Detroit, it will likely BE some combination of “cars, urban decay, RoboCop, Axel Foley.”
But the Motor City, which has certainly had more than its share of difficult times — as this past summer’s eponymous movie explained — has undergone a bit of a cultural renaissance, and now, in addition to old standbys like the Tigers and Motown Museum, the city offers fine dining spots, a world-class private museum collection as well as new breweries, distilleries and great food.

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