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The Detroit Summer Guide 2014

Fun in the sun.



This year’s Summer Guide issue is packed with fairweather reading. Brett Callwood and Lee DeVito offer their account of a day trip to Flint, Alysa Offman gives tips for hunting the elusive Bigfoot, Michael Jackman tells how to get the most out of your summer high, and there are also a host of other summer topics covered, including motorcycles, skateboarders, garage sales, unusual destinations, and more.

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