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Motown Landmarks Photo Tour

While the Broadway show officially opens this month, here in Detroit, many Motown landmarks have been forgotten

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Historians and Motown greats such as class and style instructor Maxine Powell, Vandellas singer Martha Reeves and Frances Nero, the first female signed to Motown's Soul label, reminisce about places that were a part of Motown's legacy. Some, sadly, have crumbled like Mayan ruins. Others blend into the neighborhood. Driving by, they look like any other house or building that's seen better days. But my, oh my, if these walls could talk, they would sing. Take a look at this collection of historical gems in Detroit.

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Apr 3, 2013 06:57 pm
 Posted by  Cynara

Remember this place. Used to hang out here. That's when people would DRESS like grown people, and dance and party with out the violence. Didn't want to mess up our clothes.

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