Darrel Zimmerman of Detroit took a 2006 Ford Focus and chopped off the back end to make a three-wheeled monster that turns heads whenever and wherever it roams.
Drifter Coffee mobile coffee shop can serve coffee, tea and various drinks wherever the trailer fits.
Birmingham attorney Norman Lippitt, who defended the three Detroit police officers in the fatal shootings of three youths at the Algiers Motel annex, returns to the site of the 1967 incident and reminisces about the case.
The Rev. Dan Aldridge explains how he helped to organize a citizens tribunal -- as close to a real trial as possible -- on the 1967 shootings of three young black men at the Algiers Motel annex. The verdict was guilty on all charges.
'Summer of '67' producer and director Bruce Harper talks about his documentary on WTVS Channel 56, as well as his experience as an 8-year-old in 1967.
Bob Bruttell, chairman of the Interfaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit, tells the story of how a white Jesus statue at Sacred Heart Seminary in Detroit was painted black during the 1967 uprising, and a tradition was born.
Bob Bruttell talks about the way we build walls between races, including a literal concrete wall built by developers in 1940 near Eight Mile in northwest Detroit to divide a white neighborhood from a black neighborhood.
Bob Bruttell, a young seminary student during the 1967 disturbances, walked side-by-side with ministers as they used the power of prayer on the streets of Detroit.
Former Tiger Willie Horton remembers trying 'to say the right word to bring peace and harmony to the people' in Detroit.
The family-owned Germack Pistachio Co. wasn't harmed during the 1967 uprising, Stephanie Germack says. It helped that their property was adjacent to the heavily guarded Stroh Brewery Co.
- Check out this three-wheeled 'Franken-Ford'
- Drifter Coffee mobile coffee shop
- Defense attorney: Prosecution's witnesses were 'simply awful'
- The Algiers Motel shootings tribunal
- Bruce Harper's film project combines 1967 documentary, discussion
- Black Jesus statue becomes symbol of multiracial harmony
- Detroit wall is a metaphor for the division between races
- A 'baptism of fire' on the streets
- Former Tiger Willie Horton on 1967
- Stephanie Germack: Eastern Market business untouched in 1967