The fascination with Detroit’s urban decay is the direct result of economic failure, specifically the downturn of the motor industry in the 1970s.
Its ruins have since been the subject of much obsession, including numerous articles, photographic essays and online galleries.
More impressive than that, however, Time Warner's TNT lured 7.7 million viewers for the debut of Steven Bochco's "Raising the Bar," a high-water mark for an ad-supported cable series launch.
Daze of our lives: Maybe it was a mistake the other day to write that TV coverage of the Democratic and Republican conventions was apt to lack drama.
"She only gives me an hour, an hour a month," he said with a laugh.
One fan, obviously, is Melman."I've always liked him. "I'm not going to tell you I'm any expert on Web shows or the Internet or anything like that. You can get me on your i Pod."For North, it is something of a gamble in that if he doesn't draw a crowd, it won't improve his negotiating stance.
Makes you want to stay tuned if only to see what unexpected plot twists await. What about a character previously thought dead who turns out to be alive?
That's a lot of soap opera crammed into one episode.
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