WHEW: At least the New York Times hasn't compared Detroit to Brooklyn

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Or maybe it has, but, if so, it hasn't appeared on the radar of Bourree Lam, a guy who chronicled all the places he could find that The New York Times has compared to Brooklyn. Good news for Detroiters who declare, “We don’t want to become another Brooklyn.” It would appear that, even in the fevered imagination of the Gray Lady, we're not in the running, nor even three yoga studios away from that.


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