Travel back in time and experience Detroit traditions that live on in rare films, old photographs and fond memories in this extraordinary documentary. From Briggs Stadium to Boblo, Black Bottom to the Boulevard, this made-in-Detroit documentary captures the spirit of the city in reminiscences of what used to be and remembrances of what once was. Summer days at Belle Isle, the Vernor’s soda fountain, Jefferson Beach and Edgewater Park are among the sites revisited in footage and from Detroit-area family collections and media archives.
Shown at the Detroit Historical Museum. Running time: 44 minutes. Admission is FREE.