August 29, 2015


Life & Style

History and hope on a bun

The Coney Island hotdog a constant in downtrodden Detroit

Faisal Ali delivers orders at Lafayette Coney Island in Detroit last month. The dog remains a gastric constant in a city that's seen its people, businesses and, at times, its hope flee.

JEFF KOWALSKY / BLOOMBERG NEWS

Faisal Ali delivers orders at Lafayette Coney Island in Detroit last month. The dog remains a gastric constant in a city that's seen its people, businesses and, at times, its hope flee.

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