Monthly Archives: July 2002

New Buds in Royal Oak

By Andrew Dietderich & Jennette Smith Southeast Michigan had better plug its ears: Developers and city officials in Royal Oak expect the city’s boom to become deafening as it stands on the verge of a third renaissance. That’s despite the fact that the sluggish economy has slowed the city’s evolution in the past few years,…
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New Barnes & Noble Gives a Boost to Detroit’s South End

By Laura Potts The south end of Royal Oak’s Main Street has been a longtime loser in the city’s popularity contest. Outwalked, outspent and out-hipped by its northern neighbors, Main Street’s south entrance to the city has had little to offer — until recently. With last week’s opening of Barnes & Noble Booksellers — and…
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