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Be a Part of the Preservation of the Alger Theatre

By Jeffrey Buck Detroit is one of the greatest cities in the world. Many may not believe that statement because of the hardships it has endured these past decades but those same people often have never visited Detroit. It’s not … Continue reading

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A conversation with the guys behind Corktown Cinema

By Patrick Smith It has been a hard, frustrating few years since The Burton Theatre in Detroit was forced to close its doors due to a dispute with its landlord. Since then we here at the Spine have been following … Continue reading

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Hudson Editorial Locating in Downtown Detroit’s Technology Corridor

DETROIT – May 1, 2013 – Hudson Editorial, a new sister company of 25-year-old Avalon Films,  specializing in creative editorial, graphics, visual effects and audio finishing, announced it will open a 6,400-square foot post-production studio on the fifth and sixth … Continue reading

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Detroit Zoo Ushers in Ice Age with New 4-D Film

ROYAL OAK, Mich. – Detroit Zoo visitors can experience an adventure of mammoth proportions with “Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs”, now showing at the 4-D Theater in the Wild Adventure Zone. The sub-zero heroes from the worldwide blockbuster … Continue reading

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Interview with Director Paul Feig: Part II

By Jeffrey Buck This is Part II of the interview with Michigan native Paul Feig. Be sure to read Part I if you have not already. Jeffrey Buck: Did you watch a lot of movies as a kid? Paul Feig: … Continue reading

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Interview with Director Paul Feig: Part I

By Jeffrey Buck Thirty years ago Paul Feig took off west in his Mustang with one goal: to make it as an actor in Hollywood. Thirty years later, the successful actor, writer and director, continues to make people laugh while … Continue reading

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Joel Landy tells his side of the Corktown Cinema fight

This is a response, from Joel Landy owner of the former Burton International School, to Patrick Smith’s Explaining the Corktown Cinema Internet Fight published August 14, 2012. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and … Continue reading

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