By Amy Kenyon This is a memory of two letters [...]
Excerpted from The Detroit Neighborhood Guidebook, coming in August from Belt Publishing. [...]
One 2014 morning on Detroit’s northeast side, residents along Mapleridge were horrified to find that 10,000 tires had been stuffed into a row of abandoned houses on their street.
I have a dear friend who is planning to leave Detroit very soon to move West. After living in and around Detroit all his life, he is taking a new job in sunny California. He is, by definition, the very demographic Michigan wants to hold on to...
Here at Belt we’re in the business of covering the Rust Belt. But what exactly does that mean when it comes to Chicago?
It is with great pride that we at Belt announce the birth of our newest book: Aaron Foley's How to Live in Detroit Without Being a Jackass, which officially hits the streets today.
News of the Rust Belt from around the world, brought [...]