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Jeremy Harvey



You might know him as artist extraordinaire, co-curator of the Dirty Show, CEO of, and host of Buddha Lounge’s Sunday karaoke night.

Best she-males: “Goes out to the lovely gender-blenders that loiter nightly just half a block north of Numbers.”

Best humanitarian cause: “Hands down, nobody gives more to the Motor City community than Detroit’s king of charity and bright shiny ray of hope for the useless: MARVIN (Michigan Automated Receiving Voice Information Network — the voice system for the unemployment hotline).”

Best thing about Detroit: “No tourists.”

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