Corktown's 5e Gallery is a bastion of hip-hop culture
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Corktown’s 5e Gallery is a bastion of hip-hop culture
Corktown is arguably one of the whitest neighborhoods in Detroit, rife with hipsters visiting — or moving in — from the burbs and beyond. So it’s not the first place you’d look for a bastion of hip-
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