In its 25+ years of existence, this monument to the late Joe Louis has been defined in many ways. At 24 feet long and weighing in at 8000 pounds, its appearance is truly impressive as it sits on the busy intersection of Jefferson and Woodward.
Photo by Lonna Horner This is probably the most visually striking building in Chicago. What is most interesting though is that the design is as much about aesthetics as it is about functionality.
Few would argue that there is something just completely mesmerizing about New York City. Love it or hate it – its draw is irresistible.
Detroit’s downtown is undergoing a grand resurgence. It’s not hard to see why.
Seems like no matter what our age, the sound of sirens always makes us take notice.
Here you have a tight closeup of downtown Detroit.
Between the months of November and March, seeing the sun in Michigan is about as rare as seeing road apples from a rocking horse.
Anytime you visit Michigan Central Station, you can’t help but be overcome by a strong feeling of loneliness. It’s ironic really, because if you look around from this vantage point there’s plenty going on.
While this particular part of Broadway isn’t known for famous theaters, over the past few years there has been plenty of drama playing out on Wall St.