New York’s Midwest awakening

New York’s Midwest awakening

By David Hoppe

Might New York’s art scene finally be on the verge of a Midwestern awakening?

Last Sunday’s New York Times featured a story, “Last Stop on the L Train: Detroit,” about the exodus of New York creatives — well, actually, make that Brooklyn — from the city that never sleeps to a city that, as far as many outsiders were concerned, slept with the fishes.…

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