There were two murders, but they seem to have, so far, not been played up too heavily in the media. So that won't drag Detroit's name down too much.
A bunch of us went down on Friday night to walk around, and see what there was to see. It was pretty magical, to see the city all lit up and full of people. Amazing.
Nicole wants to go back down to these places sometime next week, and take photos of how desolate these places are once again. It will be an interesting comparison, as well as saddening.
All the Motown greats seemed to be somewhere in town this weekend.
Even the walking undead wouldn't miss a street party of this scale...
But nobody, not even the zombies, got into the Kimmel compound without a ticket.
I think that this year, the Lions are allowing walk-on tryouts to replace Joey Harrington. What could it hurt?
This is one of the many restaurants that seemed to appear overnight for the Super Bowl, but will probably be gone by tomorrow.
Vanity plate on a shuttlebus with an attitude.
After we walked the length of the festival, we went to the infamous Foran's (originally mentioned here). One of the two murders this weekend happened right outside. It was amazing to see it full of people, but they seemed to be ill-prepared, and ran out of beer by midnight or so. I like this surreal shot I took from the balcony.
Tune in later this week for some of Nicole's amazing photos of the Detroit Super Bowl Experience...