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I went inside two of these abandoned houses in Detroit. I would have explored more but I was by myself and didn't plan on even making a video at the time. I didn't want some stray dog to come running out.
The Fisher Body plant would have been a key part of Detroit's automotive boom. Employing hundreds upon hundreds of employees, this place was once a perfect example of the huge part Detroit had in new automotive technology. Floors upon floors, workers grinding away night and day to produce the factory's final product. Now it sits towering over the freeways, the remaining beautiful windows shimmer from sun up to sun down. The future of this building is unclear, but we are all very grateful to have captured such a brilliant piece of history. Enjoy our content? Let us know by liking, subscribing, and giving us a good ole' comment down below! We'd love to know any way that we can improve. Check out our photography and see what we've been up to through these awesome links: ---Facebook--- http...
Driving around on Detroit's east side and stooping at a gas station and a store. WANT TO SEE MORE OF THESE VIDEOS FROM DIFFERENT CITIES AROUND THE COUNTRY DONATE TO: https://www.gofundme.com/camera-equipment-more-travel.
Detroit Public Schools are in crisis. Dropout rates are twice the national average, schools are routinely failing health inspections, and the district is more than three and a half billion dollars in debt. In this short video, Atlantic associate editor Alia Wong traces the history of Detroit Public Schools—from a model for urban education at the turn of the century to a failing, debt-ridden system today. How did the school district decline so dramatically? This video is based on the report, A School District in Crisis: Detroit's Public Schools 1842-2015. Authors: Daniel Lombroso, Alia Wong, Michael Bloom
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A drug raid Thursday night on Andover Street north of 7 Mile became “heated” even “emotional” and “bruising” as undercover officers from the 12th Precinct were posing as drug dealers when officers from the 11th Precinct staged the raid. Police sources tell 7 Investigator Jim Kiertzner that two dozen officers were involved and there was pushing and shoving involved.
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Here's the notable and very historical Southwestern High School on Fort St. in Detroit, Michigan. Such notable alumni as Dr. Ben Carson, Jalen Rose and Antoine Joubert graduated from this school. And in my opinion of the three, Antoine Joubert really never got the recognition he deserved. A good guy that's coaching basketball now. I always got the impression he was more-less used as an athlete. Not so much by the Detroit school system, but by the University of Michigan. Here we are thirty years later and they still do the same thing; a basket weaving degree and a see ya later. Denard Robinson is the latest example. Keep one eye open with guys like Jim Harbaugh coming home on a white horse and maintaining academic standards like the old days.Here's another self serving prick that somehow w...
Corktown, Detroit is the first neighborhood profile featured in the original video seres, WHERE. Located minutes away from Downtown Detroit along Michigan Avenue, Corktown is most notably known for it's restaurants, bars and entrepreneurial spirit. The episode features Chad Rochkind, the executive director of The Corktown Economic Development Corporation, Jessica Meyer of Human Scale Studio, Ron Cooley of O'Connor Real Estate Development, Austin Kronig, a local entrepreneur and real estate agent, and Terry Richardson, a lifelong Detroiter. Produced & edited by Zach Lewis for Take Media. Filmed by Wilson Sarkis. Take Media Llc takemediallc.com
People kept asking me about this place so I finally went inside.
Squatters inside Detroit home being evicted
Today we explore an old abandoned decaying library that is over 100 years old! Vandals have yet to reach this stunning location and a lot of the library's books and items still remain inside! Twitter - https://twitter.com/UnchartedTraveI?lang=en Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/uncharted.travel/?hl=en Thanks for watching! If you enjoyed this video and want to see more awesome abandoned places like this one, don't forget to: LIKE, COMMENT, and SUBSCRIBE !! We will continue to release a new abandoned places explore every week, so stay tuned!
Diana Ross, Smokey Robinson and Mary Wilson lived out their early lives in the Brewster Projects in Detroit, the first federally funded public housing for African Americans. Unfortunately, the abode of these legends of the lyric is NOW DEMOLISHED!!!. Please guys try n do some constructive comments, this is not the place for a racist debate or whatever.
We continue Season 2 of our Sole Access with a look inside the Detroit Pistons locker room. In today’s episode, George Kiel visits "Kong" Coumoundouros, the Pistons equipment manager, as he gives us an exclusive tour inside the team’s main locker room and storage space. Check out the sneaker-filled lockers of Marcus Morris, rookie Stanley Johnson, Reggie Jackson and Brandon Jennings' storage space before he got traded. INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/nicekicks TWITTER: https://twitter.com/nicekicks FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/nicekicks
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The Michigan Building at 220 Bagley Ave. in Downtown Detroit, along with 29 other properties owned by Dennis Kefallinos in Detroit and Hamtramck, are being marketed for sale. The former Michigan Theatre opened in 1926 as the largest concert and movie house in the state and more recently made famous by the movie 8 Mile, in which scenes were filmed. In 1976 the former theater space was converted into a parking garage for the office building's tenants. The site is also where Henry Ford built his first automobile.
This office near I 94 on burns Street in Detroit and it's very disturbing the gold to hear what all did the brain that is someone who squatting in this place so this is where these people house it was sitting in Detroit. There is some kind of tank or boiler in the basement.
Inside Detroit's police department