Do Haeng Michael Kitchen

Writer. Attorney. Detroit City FC Til I Die.

My son-in-law is from the Philadelphia area.  When he and my daughter toured northern Michigan recently, he told her that he had heard of Cheboygan and thought it was a fictional place. Works of fiction (and nonfiction) have an adorable place to hang out before they are purchased in this real town at Purple Tree …

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I love book stores.  I especially love independent book stores.  These are businesses where the owners have a true love for their product.  They care about books because they love books.  Their business is focused on their community and the readers within it.  And they are knowledgeable about the vast area of books and authors …

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The Y in Life launched at the Troy Community Center in Troy, Michigan on Tuesday, September 17, 2013.  If you were unable to attend, the video is of my reading from the book, and a couple of questions from the Q&A session.  My son, Colin Kitchen, shot the video and the follow up photos. The …

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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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In one week, I’ll be at the book launch for The Y in Life.  It’s been a long road. The proof arrived on Thursday via UPS, after I had left for bowling.  I did not receive it until 10AM Friday when the apartment’s front office opened.  It was quite surreal.  I opened the package in …

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