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  • Jun 28 - Jul 4, 2000
  • Vol. 20, No. 37

News & Views

Arts & Culture

  • Eye for I
  • Eye for I

    The camera is a hall of mirrors for multimedia artist and shape-shifter Bethany Shorb. Visit our online gallery of Shorb's self-portraits and see for yourself.

Food & Drink


  • Schools or jails?

    The Black Radical Congress launches a campaign to bring attention to plight of black youth and to change the country’s education and criminal justice systems.
  • Lost world

    Ferndale photographer Steven Benson brings us forbidden pictures which document a China that may soon be flooded away.

Film & Screens


  • Caffeinated atmospherics
  • Caffeinated atmospherics

    With wood floors, large bay windows that look out at the Detroit skyline, and a menu that holds up with anywhere in the 'burbs, this second-floor coffee spot immediately makes you feel at home. A great spot tucked away on Woodward, Bittersweet deserves to be made into your regular day or nighttime hangout.
  • Lovely luncheoning
  • Lovely luncheoning

    If you're one of the ladies who lunch, have I found the place for you. The Pool’s food is far better than many ladies who lunch seem to expect. Take the enormous Nuts about Spinach salad. The baby spinach leaves are covered with fresh melon, strawberries, pineapple, mandarin oranges and dried cherries, along with almonds, walnuts and soy nuts

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