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November 18, 2008


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Rachel Burton

I've always wanted to visit the Fisher. I've seen shows at the Fox though, and it's gorgeous as well!


The Fox -is- beautiful. The Detroit Film Theater auditorium at the Detroit Institute of Arts was designed with the help of the Fox's architect (something I mentioned in my blog about the DFT last week). It's nice to see when some of these 1920s era Art Deco gems are occupied and kept in nice condition.
Other buildings left to rot, like the old train station and some of the old theaters around Grand Circus here, are heartbreaking to see.
I'd wanted to visit the Fisher again, and we managed to do that when we came down one day to see the Motown Museum just down the street from there (yup, I'll be blogging about the Motown Museum sometime in January).

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