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Fun post over at Detroit Moxie about the kinds of questions she gets from people about Detroit.

My favorite:

6. How did the Heidelberg Project get its name?
Well, Tyree Guyton, the creator of the Heidelberg Project can trace his roots back to the Baden-Württemberg area of Germany. Specifically, his family hails from Heidelberg and he was so inspired by… Just kidding! The Heidelberg Project is on Heidelberg Street and that's how it got its name.

We should start something like that over here. Any questions? (I cannot promise to have the right answers, but I bet I can find someone who will. I'm like a librarian that way. Got the glasses and everything.)

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    Haaa, they had me going for a little while with that Heidelberg Project stuff. I like that, it's fun and informative at the same time. That's a good way to learn more abot Detroit's rich history.

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