One of the most frequently repeated complaints about life in Detroit that I hear - particularly from members of the news media - is that there's no place to shop for groceries here. They argue that everyone has to go to suburbs. I do my best to debunk this myth by taking you on a stroll through one mile of the Warrendale neighborhood to look at all of markets, bakeries, and supermarkets.
This, of course, is an updated version of a similar video that I produced last year. It has even more shopping options in it. Plus, the production qualities are better since the last one was done with a cheap cell phone.