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Podcast: All Good Things...

It's TIME to say goodbye for now.

As we end our yearlong look at the people, the events and the issues facing the Motor City, what have we learned? What are Detroit's most serious challenges? What are some of the best things Detroit offers? Most importantly what is Detroit's outlook going five and ten years forward?

To round out Time Inc.'s project, TIME Magazine managing editor Rick Stengel, Assignment Detroit editor Steve Koepp and TIME contributor Daniel Okrent discuss these topics and what the takeaway is after looking at a year in the life of an American city.  (Read: How to Shrink a City.)

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For a list of all of TIME's Detroit podcasts, click here.

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