August 7, 2015 | Aaron Foley
The stepped-up police presence that makes Detroit’s island park more attractive to suburbanites can still strike fear in the hearts of city residents.
May 26, 2015 | Aaron Foley
A long-overdue talk on race won’t yield results in the gleaming corridors of the Grand Hotel. The powers that be need to get out of their comfort zone and into city neighborhoods for any real discussion, and change, to take shape.
January 9, 2015 | Aaron Foley
We can understand out-of-town media outlets for excluding people of color from their depictions of Michigan city life, but not our very own tourism campaign.
November 14, 2014 | Aaron Foley
From clichés to spur-of-the-moment renaming of the city’s neighborhoods, a native Detroiter has a few bones to pick with you guys.
October 10, 2014 | Aaron Foley
It’s not just farm-to-table restaurants and co-working spaces that make the city what it is. “New” may be code for “white” and “old” for “black,” but they’re all part of the mix.
September 5, 2014 | Aaron Foley
Do you know a Detroiter who can’t stop talking about race? There may be a good reason you can’t even comprehend happening to your own family.
June 13, 2014 | Aaron Foley
John Schneider’s column on student-loan debt touched a nerve with another Brunch columnist, and Aaron Foley has a few things he’d liked to get off his chest.
May 2, 2014 | Aaron Foley
Obviously, law enforcement in Michigan’s newest state park is important. But longtime visitors have their own good reasons for fearing the long arm of the law.