Do Haeng Michael Kitchen

Writer. Attorney. Detroit City FC Til I Die.

I was out of sorts.  My novel completed, out seeking a partner to bring it to readers.  Tightening and polishing rejected short stories.  Planning my next novel, its first draft to be typewritten during November’s National Novel Writing Month.  Falling behind in my reading.  Seeing my work through a new writers groups’ eyes.  It felt …

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June 20, 2015 Detroit City FC 3, Cincinnati Saints 1 Winthrow High School – Cincinnati, OH CINN  Scott Shugh (Christian Myton) 4′ DCFC  Matt Ybara 76′ DCFC  Dan Dragoi (Will Mellors-Blair) 85′ DCFC  David Edwardson 90+’ Attendance:  ? There are games in a team’s history fans will never forget.  For the fifty or so of …

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Those of us who are passionate about our city, and passionate about our soccer, who will sing for you, City, who is City Til We Die and will be buried in rouge and gold, are eager for the 2015 season of Detroit City Football Club soccer at Cass Tech Stadium (Estadia Cass Techia) to begin. …

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Recently, I wrote about Ten favorite book stores, with the caveat that their main revenue source is the sales of new books.  This entry is for my favorite used, rare, and old book stores.  These stores provide the service of recycling books that have been read and enjoyed with others – some being works where …

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Wow.  What a weekend.  The best way to describe it is in bite-size pieces. Motor City Comic Con (Novi, MI):  This year was the 25th Anniversary of the Motor City Comic Con – an event held over a three-day weekend in May – which features comic and media celebrities from the past and present.  Over …

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 I was in her city She was not there or so I thought. Silly mind. Saturday, I participated in a photo walk.  Held semi-annually in the spring and fall, Bija, a Buddhist teacher from Still Point Zen Temple in Detroit, leads us through the Woodbridge neighborhood of Detroit, south of Wayne State University campus, armed …

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I was browsing a local book store recently and a title on the New Arrivals table caught my eye.  It was one of the local history books published by Arcadia Publishing, titled Legendary Locals of Detroit by Paul Vachon.  The cover is adorned with fifteen black & white portrait photographs of some of the locals …

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