The Rebel’s Blog

Comerica Park

Named Comerica Park for a bank that was founded in Detroit, the first pitch was thrown out on a snowy, blustery 36° day on April 11, 2000. With a field that’s 25-feet below street level, the ballpark nestles into the neighborhood and affords visitors great views of the Detroit Tigers at play and the surrounding historic architecture.

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The Palace of Auburn Hills

Built in 1986 and opened in 1988, The Palace of Auburn Hills was home to not just the Detroit Pistons, but the Detroit Shock of the WNBA, the Detroit Vipers of the International Hockey League, the Detroit Safari of the Continental Indoor Soccer League, and the Detroit Fury of the Arena Football League.
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Joe Louis Arena

Everyone in Detroit has a soft spot for The Joe. As the home to the Detroit Red Wings for almost 40 years, hundreds of concerts, and countless other legendary events, Joe Louis Arena stood as a representation of De...
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West Town Chicago

Unlike the commissioned public street art projects in South Loop, West Town graffiti is a hidden neighborhood treasure tucked under the Blue Line tracks and down quiet side streets.
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Soho House Chicago

Now a private club, hotel, spa and public restaurant space, Soho House caters to the creative communities where it resides in locations across the globe.
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Flint Rock

This beloved concrete structure has long served as a palette for locals to paint their art, well wishes and memorials. It's a constantly changing structure, that serves to mirror communities feelings.
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