So, looks like Augie from The Hard Lessons took a reporter from the BBC World Service on a little tour of Detroit.
I'm sure he showed this reporter all sorts of interesting stuff, and explained how the region has changed/the population has shifted/blah blah blah since, oh, 1967, but you wouldn't know from the photos they posted.
Not when the captions inform us of the fact that, for instance, everyone who lives on the north side of 8 Mile is white and/or rich (quit your bitching, Royal Oak Township!) or that "even the pawn shops in Detroit are in trouble." The photographic evidence is, of course, Sam's, on a block of Michigan Avenue that looks better than it has in years.
It's just so refreshing to see yet another reporter offer such fresh, unique insight into the goings on here. Don't know about you, but more, please!