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Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Monday, May 28, 2001 - 6:14 am:   

I've been agonizing over the sad, sad condition of the pathetic FrontPage Discussion on the corridor site, which has now screwed up twice. Consequently, I've spent the last couple of weeks comparing various discussion groups and have settled on one called 'Discus'.
Discus is very powerful and flexible.
One of the advantages of this discussion group is that I can invite moderators to monitor, intercact with and edit the various groups. Seeing as many of you out there have a deep knowledge base of Corridor realm lore, I will be looking to ask some of you to join as moderators of discussion groups.

I've placed all the previous postings that I could salvage onto the site, the only disadvantage being that they all have the same date - a small price to pay, I suppose.

Once again, I apologize for the inconvenience the previous software caused and hope that you will continue to post on this more powerful and extensive system.
Posted on Monday, May 28, 2001 - 8:55 am:   

Stephen, This would be a very interesting article-- a history of the cass corridor. There are so many personalities, and so many of the folks are still around. You certainly must be in contact with many of the personalities, and there are lots of folks who would be interesting contributors. I'd enjoy contributing. Let me know what I can do to help, or when you would like to pursue the subject. Over the years, I'd estimated the group was about 1500 people who knew one another like a web, as I gradually met and knew people who knew friends of friends. Even in San Francisco, members of the group still have known one another and hung out-- Alvin Stilman definitely has been an axis of transplanted members out there. An artist friend there said, 'You Detroiters--you're thick as thieves' , and she was right.
Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Monday, May 28, 2001 - 8:56 am:   

Your sentiments are echoed in my foreword - Great minds think alike - I'm still working on it and the site is in its infancy but please take a look and get back to me.
I envisage the site will link to any and all relevent input on the web, and I will include whatever information you'd be able to supply - and you'd be credited, of course.
Posted on Monday, May 28, 2001 - 8:58 am:   

It's way cool, definitely cool --a really fun way of bringing old friends together. The tribe thing is really true! I think in time you will connect with everybody--the old 6 degrees of separation. It's gonna snowball.
I've been thinking of what photographs I have from the old days. Pretty shabby collection-didn't own a camera myself (too poor) back then. I do have some shots of the Farrand Park crew, and I'll look through what else I might have. If it would be of any help to you, I'm still friends with Bill Vreeland, Leslie Heimstadt, Patrick Ratliff, Barbara Pickens, Linda Johnson (probably has great stuff), and of course Alvin Stilman in SF, and can put you in touch with them, or give them a call if you like. Most of that group are not cyber-connected yet. The Cafe Babar was sold a couple of years ago, and is a changed entity now. Alvin is still in touch with zillions of people, Antenow in NY, Ed Levine, Fran Golden in Cap Cod, Bess Bonier here, and on and on. I think Vreeland has a pretty good photo collection. That also puts me in mind: I wonder who got Barbara Chover's photos? Leslie? But you probably don't have to look too far to come up with great stuff. One of the best photos of those days that I saw recently was on Bob Sestok's sight, I think created by Patti, which shows Egner, Newton, Sestok, Luchs, and Jay Shirley out in front of the old Convention Hall, which were art studios then. I think also of Diane Sybeldon (she's a librarian now at Wayne, doing archiving of photographs etc)--wonder what she can get her hands on? Then I think of Cecil Davis (a great storyteller), Dennis Parks, Sergio DeGuisti, Sherry Hendrix--so many people who are still making things happen, and probably have good stuff. All the best wishes for your project. The layout looks great. It a good forward. I think you've really captured something there. In the meantime, I'll haul out my scrapbook.
Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Monday, May 28, 2001 - 9:00 am:   

Thanks to your input! Thanks to you, I've been able to add more infrastructure. It's still shaky and destined for drastic change, but it's a beginning. Awesome list of names - what a great memory you have!
None of your information has gone to waste - If you check 'Resources',:'ll see that any of the names not in blue are without email addresses. If you have any of these individuals in your email address book, I'd be eternally grateful! Awesome list of names - what a great memory you have!
Posted on Monday, May 28, 2001 - 9:02 am:   

Wow, thought of some more names after I emailed you, then called Vreeland, we had fun and alot of laughs doing this. He's gonna check out his photos. These are the names the two of us remembered:--John Piet, Christine Piet, Michael Schneider, Betty Brownlee, Betsy Meyers Green, Kathryn Bracket Luchs, --oh yeah, it's Michael Luchs, (not Ted, as you have on the list), John Hegarty, Glen Manistow, dave chambers, dave opadik, dayton spence, jerry hunt, allen schaergis, tom ford, tim mcguire, laura mcguire, arnold barnie surowitz, david snow, frank izola, cynthia laverty, george rupert, roy castleberry, colin frazier, bill antonow, sally chambers, mary ann cameron, suzy raisig, bob benedict, patty benedict, bill waters, diane livingston, cathy hardy, aris katroulis, barbara greene, john thompson, peg filiatrault, david weiss, gregory boerner, suzy wahl, mary preston, gary andrews, dave oullette, peter werbe, marilyn werbe, aurthur wenk, sandy wenk, alden smith, robert cobb, keith schiller, karen sapanski, bob hanamura, betty huster, becky romaine, joel landy, bill mclain, gregory grenon, lynn 'bones' bonner, tom mieczkowski, bob sherba, john slick. Friends who have died: Victor Belisle, Bradlee Jones, Kathy Clifford, Bobby (the piano player) Macdonald, Barbara Chover, Bill Hodgson, George Korinek, Billy Landliss, Paul Schwartz, John Kearney, Ted lucas, Henry Normile.
Posted on Monday, May 28, 2001 - 9:03 am:   

Stephen, A final few names that I remembered--(it was awful, faces kept appearing as I was drifting off to sleep--) MacArthur Binion, Jim Chatlain, Patricia Soderberg, John Bruno, Mary Beth Tupper, Pam Haliday, Doug Haliday, Brent Spoelstra. Good luck
Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Monday, May 28, 2001 - 9:05 am:   

I found a great picture of Alvin's and scanned it into the site. Also, I've added the additional names: As you can see, I've placed them all in the Great Alvin's Tribe - because it's such a great catch-all. However, I want to be a little more discriminating when I start placing names in the smaller tribes, such as the - not so small - Willis Tribe. Any help here would be fantastic. Note - reload your links, as there has been major file management reconstruction since you last visited. Your memory is fantastic. Please don't let go of my hand! If you have any key events, or fond memories you'd like to impart, I'd LOVE to place them on the site. Also - as you can see from all that red - I'm foggy as to a lot of the dates, so if you can help there, that'd be great.
Posted on Monday, May 28, 2001 - 9:07 am:   

Having such fun to see your idea take shape. So many of the people come from such divergent sources. I think of some of the folks, not so much as hangers-out at Alvins, but real contributors to the neighborhood--home and business owners in the neighborhood over the years. And that is so essential, really, since your dates are 1970-2000. I think about these friends, who studied at Wayne and made their homes in the historic houses, and took on the challenges of the neighborhoods. Probably these guys are the unsung heros-- the ones who stayed and built. Some names that I listed that fit this description--Stephen, I think you know who all of them are-- Tom Ford, Cecil Davis, Sherry Hendrix, and Mick , Mary Beth Tupper, Brent Spoelstra, all live on the same street. Pam Haliday, and Peg Filiatrault have held down the fort a couple of blocks over from them. Marilyn Mayday bought into the Boston/Edison area when it was really cheap and torn up. I think Anne Marie D'Amato (new name) is another. Allen S. and Betty running their office from the neighborhood; Allen and his wife having their home on Willisn next to Bob and Patti. On the old Willis gallery--hard to remember well. I think it was a co-operative, which are hard to keep going for long. I showed there with Suzy Raisig, Pat Soderberg, and two other people, in one of my earliest exhibitions. Soon, Jackie Feigenson established her gallery in the Fisher Bldg--and it was so important for all the artists, that she cared, took up the challenge, presented the artists to the legitimate collecting public. Those were really some of the best years. Jackie's death will always remain such an untimely huge loss, but Mary Preston was great too. On a happier note, your Ari, how sweet and adorable. Thanks for including the photo I checked out pictures of your family and wedding on your site tonight, and how great! Lovely wife you've married. Sometime at some opening or such I'm sure I'll get the chance to say hello. It's fine to open the discussion--then you'll really get some good stuff. The stage is set--there's some wonderful names floating around, and people's memories may just be jarred enough to want to jump in with some input. Let the games begin! I want to start forwarding this to some friends and let them know their names will be out there. It's fun stuff, maybe they'll want to throw in their two cents. Keep up the fine work. Theresa
michael Roper
Posted on Wednesday, May 30, 2001 - 11:33 am:   

Steven, I broke down the Miami history a bit tonight. There probably should,for reasons I
mapped out be separate New and Old Miami tribes
Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Wednesday, May 30, 2001 - 7:40 pm:   

Thanks Mike,

I can't tell you how many folks have asked me about the difference between the New and Old Miami. I it's really great to have the lowdown from the actual source.
Gary Grimshaw
Posted on Friday, June 01, 2001 - 12:06 pm:   

Dear Stephen,
My computer was in the shop for 2 agonizing weeks (defective analog board in the power supply) and I'm getting a rush tapping keys again. PLEASE correct my entry where I mistakenly identified the Maccabees Building as the Penopscot Building as pointed out by Mr. Snow--you don't know how embarrassing that is! I like your new format and once I wade through the 57 e-mails that piled up while I was down I will continue to add content. I think the Lincoln Park Tribe just needs a wrap up, because where I left off I never went back to Lincoln Park. But Lincoln Park left its mark on the Corridor. Cheers--Gary G.
Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Friday, June 01, 2001 - 6:51 pm:   

Hi Gary,

Glad to see your 'puter is up and running again!
I have made the corrections from 'Penopscot' to 'Maccabees' as you asked.

Looking forward to seeing the next Lincoln Park installment!
Posted on Thursday, September 06, 2001 - 3:56 am:   

Hey, Just wanted to thank you as I was searching for the date for the Dally this year. The Monday Labor day is apparantly too confusing for my family. I'm Tim and Laura McGuire's daughter, Maggie. You can get in touch with my mother through me at or if you need to reach my father.

Thanks again for having such a great site!

Maggie McGuire
Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Friday, September 07, 2001 - 11:57 pm:   

Hi Maggie,

Hmmmm....all I seem to have is an old telephone number. I don't know if it's still current, but at least it's worth a try. If you reach them, please have them send me an email so I can add them to the site.

(Phone number sent by email)
Earl Jones
Posted on Wednesday, September 12, 2001 - 11:44 pm:   

Margaret is the Rev.'s daughter in the 1979 New Miami photo. She's John Thompson's sister.
Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Saturday, September 15, 2001 - 6:16 am:   

Thanks Earl,
I've made the addition. I'm also pretty sure the person next to John Thompson is Ruth Goldfathen; please correct me (someone) if I'm wrong:
richard tobias
Posted on Sunday, September 30, 2001 - 10:47 pm:   

Please add to Artist's Workshop founder's list:
Bud Spangler, Larry Weiner.
Could you add a segment, "Where are they now?" to the end of the list for reader input? Also, what about brief bios for each name? I could furnish some, readers could fill in the rest...
p.s. Your site is like an ongoing electronic
family/high school/college reunion. I have been in California for 13 years (this time) and your site does homeboy proud!!!
Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Tuesday, October 02, 2001 - 1:58 am:   


Thanks for the kind words. It really is amazing; the site seems to be a living creature, continually growing. Sometimes I step back and gape in amazement how animated the site is becoming.

I've added the extra names:
...and - yes! - I will ceartainly place additional information about individuals, see examples:

Give me info and images and I'll go to work!
Posted on Saturday, March 30, 2002 - 7:22 am:   



Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Tuesday, April 02, 2002 - 1:22 pm:   

Hi Bob,

Thanks for your contributions.

Alvin Stilmans email address is:
Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Sunday, May 19, 2002 - 11:46 am:   

I've had a spot of bother with the free server (now bankrupt) in which the tribe website ( )was enconsed. This is now taken care of and "Tribes of the Cass Corridor" is up and running again. Sorry for the extended down-time!
Posted on Saturday, June 22, 2002 - 8:42 am:   

The Farwell Building is on Griswold at Grand River, in Capitol Park. Yolanda Sharpe had a studio there for a while, along with a lot of others.....I think Kurt & Gary had a space there, before they moved to the blue building on the corner, but i am not sure
The Forsythe Building is the one in the picture, near the Lodge freeway and Fourth street. Keith Aoki had a studio there, I think maybe Victor Belisle too

Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Monday, June 24, 2002 - 11:06 am:   

Thank you Gilda,

I've made the appropriate corrections:
Anna Krol
Posted on Wednesday, June 26, 2002 - 1:35 am:   

I started to check out your site yesterday after I read my e-mail that piled up over the weekend. To my shock and sorrow Snow had sent me the photo of Warren & Ralph,I hadn't herd anything about Warren dieing.As a long time corridor resident and unnamed member of a few tribes ,I have about 25 yrs of memoryes of the neighborhood & Warren .He was a good friend,I hated to se his name on the list of the deciced.If you woukd like,I could add my manny memories
Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Saturday, June 29, 2002 - 10:52 pm:   

Hi Anna,

Yes - by all means, please send them along; I'll add them to the site.
Gene Schwimmer
Posted on Saturday, April 26, 2003 - 5:10 am:   

Well, I must say, this site is a welcome surprise. I don't know if I quite qualify for membership in any particular tribe -- guess you could call me a "floater -- but I did live there (Brooklyn & Hancock) and knew / hung out with some of the people mentioned here: I was a good friend (and fellow bartender at Verne's) with Henry Normile (rest in peace, Henry, you were a great guy). Also had a slight acquaintance with David Snow.

Used to eat at Johnny's (which, I recently heard, is closing -- say it ain't so) and enjoy the unique service of the famous waitress, Sophie. Which reminds me of the evening I was dining with Hanry Normile. As Sophie was walking away after serving us, Henry said, "One thing you can say about Johnny's: The food is as good as the service." I'm surprised that none of the people quoted in the articles following his death remarked on his wonderful -- or, should I say, wonderfully dry -- sense of humor.

I used to know a lot of the Open City folks, especially Tommy Agostino. Knew a bunch of Fifth Estate guys, such as Alan Franklin and Bob ("Turk") Nurkind. (By the way, Bob now lives in New York, as do I.) Whle we're naming old names, for those who knew them and might be curious: Paul Farnham now lives in Pennsylvania; Larry Dahlka lives in Taylor, Michigan; Denis Pfister was living in California where, tragically, he died of cancer in, I believe 1999; Richard Nathanson lives in New Jersey.

Request: It would be great if someone could tell me how to get in touch with a JANE OSTERBERG who, while not officially a resident, was a frequent visitor and part of the scene at that time.

As for me, anyone who remembers me is welcome to contact me at

Gene (Eugene) Schwimmer
Stephen Goodfellow
Posted on Monday, September 29, 2003 - 1:48 am:   

Discussion up and running again after a too-long sojurn due to maintenance. Sorry 'bout that!
Posted on Sunday, November 09, 2003 - 3:40 am:   

Sorry I missed that Artist's Workshop Slide Show, I was recovering from surgery. Will you have it again?
I lived in the White Panther House in the later 60s. Is there a thread on that?

bob mckeown
Posted on Wednesday, December 03, 2003 - 11:33 pm:   

Hello all fellow Detroiters, I am just floating around this 'big apple' or 'rotten apple' as some of the better informed locals refer to it.
I miss Detroit. Stephen site is the best place for me to go to reminise and 'catch up' the local color.
bob mckeown
Posted on Wednesday, December 03, 2003 - 11:38 pm:   

Hello all fellow Detroiters, I am just floating around this 'big apple' or 'rotten apple' as some of the better informed locals refer to it.
I miss Detroit. Stephen site is the best place for me to go to reminise and 'catch up' the local color.
David Brzezinski
Posted on Tuesday, January 13, 2004 - 9:43 pm:   

There is probably a lot to say about the "Palmer People's Co-op" buildings on Palmer between Woodward and John R. I was involved from nearly the beginning until the mid-1970's. I guess I should drag out some old photos and stuff and get them posted.
Karen Boudreaux
Posted on Wednesday, February 04, 2004 - 12:10 am:   


I am looking for anyone who knew Jon Hornfield (you have misspelled his name, by the way- there is no "H" in Jon). I was married to Jon (my name was Karen Cooper, then Hornfield). I now live in San Francisco and my name is Karen Boudreaux. Marilyn Cooper is my sister and Kenny Mitchnick was my step brother (Barbara Bogorad married Kenny and sailed with him on their boat). Both Kenny and Jon have died - Keny of Cancer and Jon was murdered in Canada (as yet unsolved, as far as I know). My mother is Harriett Mitchnick.
Sherrie Ahonen
Posted on Wednesday, February 04, 2004 - 2:43 am:   

Re: the White Panthers house in the late 60's, early 70's....I knew Mark Perry and Arcadia Moore who lived there- maybe Carmen also....that's about all I remember...
Diane Polish
Posted on Saturday, March 06, 2004 - 9:54 am:   

Hi- think I already posted this in the wrong place, but here I go again. I spent most of my 20's and 30's in the Cass Corridor and was involved with the Freezer Theatre. Pat Haley was the driving force behind the Freezer, and the original theatre was located on 2nd or 3rd Street (my memory fails me) next to a liquor store. The first theatre was a small, dank, dark place that had been used as a freezer for the store (thus the name). At some point, the theatre moved onto Cass Ave. Pat Haley wrote most of the plays, but other talented people contributed plays and skits. Unfortunately, I can't remember the names of the group, except for Bob and Mary (Dryovage) Carasik who, last I heard, were still living here in San Francsico. Probably the most famous production was a satire on the Jonestown mass suicide (when Jim Jones, and followers of his religion committed suicide - or were forced to kill themselves - by drinking poisoned kool aid) At the end of the performance, we offered kool aid to theaudience, but few availed themselves of the free refreshment. Another great piece was the one in which Pat led the audience through the alleys of the Corridor, with actors popping out from behind trees and trash bins. The Freezer was presaged by Easy Space Theatre, another loosely knit group who put on political satires in a Southwest Detroit storefront. Judy Coletti, Richard Ades and Gordon Barry were instrumental in that group. Again, a lot of talented people were involved but, alas, except for Angela DiSante and a man named Huther, I can't remember their names, either.
A lot of good theatre was also happening at the Ho HO Inn, the old Chinese restaurant which was transormed into The Grinning Duck Club - a perfomance space for music and political theatre. The Club put on a great show when the Republican Convention was held in Detroit. The Duck Club eventually moved to the Willis Show Bar. I think Alan and Ralph Franklin were instrumental in organizing the Duck Club.
Working with theatre groups in the Corridor was great. It was political, creative and fun -- what more could a gal ask for?? Thanks for the web site and all the memories it's sparking. Peace, Diane Polish
Diane Polish
Posted on Saturday, March 06, 2004 - 12:12 pm:   

Hi again. Michael Merlo (green house on 4th Street) and I are friends with Mel Krugel of the Monster Slayers and Children's School. (We're in S.F., Mel lives in Oakland.) Mel provided a little history on the Monster Slayers, for those who are interested. Mel was the singer and songwriter for the band. He said the band was formed in 1980 as a reaction to the Republican Convention. Mel thought the Republicans holding their convention in Detroit was a slap in the face to the working class, so wrote a song about it, "The monsters are coming". He, his then roommate Rob Gaber (on bass guitar), guitarist Jerre Stormer and drummer Jesse Newells played the song at the counter convention. At that point, it was their only tune and the band didn't even have a name, so Jesse came up with the Monster Slayers. Later tunes by the band were "Ford has a better idea" and "Reactionary Blues". According to Mel, the band had 4 incarnations. The first band consisted of Mel,Rob Gaber ,Jerre Stormer and Jesse Newells. The next band was Mel, Rob, Alan Balkany and Bobby (last name not remembered). The third incarnation was Mel, Rob, Sylvia Inwood, Alan Balkany, Basil Balkany and Dave Mclaughlin. The last incarnation was Mel, Rob, Sylvia, Alan, Dave and Jan Lewitt. Mel remembers Fred Ginns playing in a band "Fearless Leader" with Sally, Jude and Basil. THanks again for the web site. Diane Polish
Elizabeth Underwood
Posted on Monday, March 22, 2004 - 1:02 am:   

I lived & worked in the Cass Corridor for almost 10 years - mid 1980's thru mid 1990's. I also lived on 4th street for quite awhile.

My band Cathouse did a ton of stuff in Detroit - countless gigs at the Old Miami, Alvin's, Willis Gallery, the Falcon, St. Andrew's, State Palace - from benefits for Leonard Peltier to the Detroit Music Awards. I have deep fond memories of The Red Door, Zoot's, working at the Bronx Bar even, and TONS of stories about all the clubs & people & underground nocturnal worlds - the changes of Heidelberg Street, all the bands, the fires, parties, wild ventures.
I also was a floor manager at the Cass Corridor Food Co-op which was an incredibly formative experience.
I have gobs of video and photo documentation as well and would also love to have more: like the video from Alvin's 25th anniversary bash? Anyone?

I've lived in New Orleans for almost 9 years now and I still consider Detroit to be my artistic/spiritual mother (grew up there/deep roots/left & came back, etc). It is strange to me that in all of the rock & roll notoriety Detroit's regained, all of the music talk, and even sites like this, there is no mention of the work that I was involved in. A whole community of people working so hard, who were so devoted to the city & contributing & being so entrenched in its dramas and rhythms, seem to have virtually vanished. A lot of the people I worked with in music & so forth are still kicking around there (guys in Mick Vranich's band, guys of The Come-ons) and bands we gigged with & folks who were fans have moved into producing great work out of the city. But there's nary a mention of the scene I was a part of. Does Detroit just swallow up whole parts of history? I shouldn't be surprised - afterall I still lug a piece of MacKenzie Hall from city to city.

I would like to think that all the stories & images I have in my head might be of interest to someone but I don't wanna be presumptuous. I also don't know what would be the best avenue for any sort of telling I might do - as alot of what I can speak of crosses over into a ton of categories on this site. Advice?

I must say, it's a real gas to read these stories & have all my intense fabulous memories of that city triggered. I do alot of travelling and am convinced that there's a very particular spirit of person that comes out of Detroit. I like to call it the "Action-vs-yakking" personality type.
So please, anyone who might be able to answer my questions here - or who just wants to connect - please do!

Posted on Tuesday, March 23, 2004 - 7:30 pm:   

Hey Elizabeth, I didn't you personally (even though I also played the Alvin's 25th with The Ghost Band), but I remember your band well. I saw a couple of your gigs (including one NY Eve at the "Bank" on W. Michigan IIRC) and really enjoyed them.

Hope you're still performing in The Big Easy.
Alan Balkany
Posted on Monday, March 29, 2004 - 10:58 pm:   

Hi all! I just found this site. I'm a bit surprised that there's no mention of the Freezer Theater here. It was an alternative theater originally on (Forest?), started (I think) by Pat Halley and John Sase in 1979.

It provided a non-commercial place where residents could get together, hang out, and see local-community-produced entertainment. A number of bands got their start at the Freezer Theater, and later advanced to professional gigs.

The John Brio Show was one of these bands, featuring original music, when most bar bands were just playing standard rock covers. The singer was Joe ("Joe from Buffalo") Erb, lead guitar: Alan Balkany, bass: Mary King, then Rob Gabor, drums: Jesse Knowells (sp?), then Bob Wunacott (sp?).

In the early 80s, an arsonist (or a repressed music critic) burned the Freezer Theater, and it then reopened on Cass, north of Alexandrine, where it stayed through the mid 80s. (I moved to Ann Arbor in 1985, and lost track of what happened to it after that.)
marc starbuck
Posted on Wednesday, April 07, 2004 - 12:28 am:   

I have two Bradley Jones painting for sale and am about to post them on Ebay. If anyone knows someone who might be interested in purchasing either of them, please contact me. My father purchased them from the artist over 25 years ago.
One is an abstract, about 4.5' x 5' and the other is rather small, a clown or boy, and probably early. The latter is here in NM while the large one is near Fort Lauderdale. I have digital pictures of both of them available.
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Posted on Thursday, April 08, 2004 - 9:55 am:   

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Actually, worth every penny!
Larry Maguire
Posted on Friday, May 07, 2004 - 12:35 am:   

Number 7 in the baseball team picture on the Home Page has to be Peter Draper. I've sent him the website address.
Larry Maguire (formerly of Merrick House, the party house with the hole in the roof)
Tara McMurtrie
Posted on Saturday, July 31, 2004 - 12:23 pm:   

Hey Elizabeth!

I remember you and Cathouse. I actually saw you play in Cleveland at a bar called the Euclid Tavern - you guys opened up for the Jesus Lizard. I felt the same way reading through all these tribes and finding my peoples missing. I actually found your link because I was looking for some mention of the red door. I lived on prentis, i think during its last years. however, from probably 89 - 93 ( while i was still in high school), i was at the red door every weekend, and felt like it was home. I lived in many apartments on prentis, willis, alexandrine over the years - and I also worked at the Bronx Bar for a while - what a crazy place to work. Total characters. I didn't know anyone besides me worked there aside for Charlene. I live in Lansing now, and I miss the city. I came here to go to a treatment center in 1999 - and got clean and sober here - ended up meeting my husband and am back in school with a 3 year old girl. I usually go back to the corridor annually for the Dally and sometimes to eat at Harmonie Garden Cafe - where I worked forever. I've lost touch with all but a few of the denizens on a regular basis. I agree that there is some part of my soul that is forever linked to the city and particularly the corridor. There is a special kind of in your face realness about it. Do you or does anyone remember the "Fusebox" (blue) warehouse on howard and sixth. That is where my "tribe" hung out for years - it's now been renovated and become expensive lofts?
Russ Newell
Posted on Saturday, October 30, 2004 - 3:35 am:   

Hello, I am Russ Newell. I lived in Detroit in the 1970's in my 20's. I lived in Cass Corridor from September of 1970 through January of 1974. I came as a graduate student to Wayne State University, and became a working stiff. After moving to the west side of Detroit in 1974 (Memorial by Southfield Fwy), I kept in contact with the Corridor as I worked at Producers Color Service on Grand Blvd (where Joe Grappuso also worked) and as a post-bachelor student taking computer science courses through the 70's.
I lived in a house that's now torn down. It was on Second by Warren, just south of the apartment building on the corner. The front door looked out at the back end of Old Main. It was a student house that degenerated a bit. Folks that lived there included Dennis Barrie, John Wassel, Karen Talbot, Kurt Lebo, Sandra McLanahan, Terry Lane, Gordon McClelland, and Ellis Boals. The last I saw, it was a dirt lot between the apartment building and the next house. The houses were old, stylish places.
I was a real fan of Shadowfax. I remember seeing them many times at a bar on Woodward south of Forest. I also saw them when they opened for Ike and Tina Turner in Ann Arbor; everyone I knew thought they'd go national. While I didn't know the members, Bill Hodgson recognized me as a fan, and said hello when we passed. I'd like to thank your site for posted mp3's of them. I didn't know that Bill & George had died, and always wondered what had happened to the band.
I moved out of Detroit in 1979 to Alaska. My email is, and would be interested in hearing about/from folks from that period.
Thanks so much for your site.
Posted on Sunday, March 13, 2005 - 10:05 pm:   

I'd love to hear from anyone involved with the East Palmer People's Coop (63 and 73 E. Palmer) in the 1970s. So many names I could add to that list besides me. I also have some photos, and could use some tips on accessing and navigating the site. Username? Password? What's that about? Remember some of us went to school in the pre-computer era. My email is and I'm listed in the Tucson phone book under "no address."
Jim Phillips
Posted on Saturday, July 02, 2005 - 5:50 am:   


I'm looking for Jim Atkinson who played guitar and sang with Bearfoot and with Ronnie Hawkins. I searched on Google and found the reference on your forum to Jim Atkinson who committed suicide. Can anyone confirm whether this is the person I'm looking for?

Thank you for your help.

Jim Phillips
Keith J. Schiller
Posted on Sunday, July 31, 2005 - 8:30 pm:   

Hello, This is Keith Schiller of Alvin's, and the Corridor from 1970 to 1978 then to California, and now I am a Building inspector in Manhatten, (yea NYC). I was one of the Trumble Stumble Bums. IE Mike Schneider, Phill Keeney, Dave Snow,and Cecil.I haven't read all of the postings here, but many names are familiar. Hi Theresa of Hadley Hall I presume. This is Keith of Alice. I have been on quite a trip. I have found Schneider, and Snow.
Steven Zato
Posted on Friday, August 19, 2005 - 6:51 pm:   

Hi this is Steve Zatto, I showed at the Willis in 1980, and the Willis revisited show 85. I was involved with the NO Brand Group and Duck club 81-83. Durring grad work at Wayne I got to know Gilda,and John Egner.Durring this period I was introduced to Jim Duffy by Bob Sestock,who brought him over to see my work. Thanks to Bob and Gordon Newton Jim took a strong interest in me and my work.
In 1992 I I was hit by a semi and my life was turned upside down. I've been through a lot of hell since but I'm still making Art. I showed with Lowell Boilew? Stephen Goodfellow, Lutrell, Nagy,durring the No Brand and Grinning duck Era.
One of my favorite memories is when Brewster Nick and I cleaned up the old Players bar, and while I was putting in my share of the clean up, I was arrested by a couple of Detroit cops while I was with my then 8 yr. old son. Pretty scary for my son but it ended up O.K. I purchased a keg, and we ended up having a great party.
Many people didn't know I was A vietnam Vet. It caused me a lot of social dificulty. My expieriances there made it extremely difficult to communicate and socialize. I was unable to express at that time my hartfelt thanks and respect to all the Artists I was fortunate enough to meet in and around the Corridor, and I regret it very much. So if any of you are reading this please note that I'm still here and remember every charished moment of my Art expieriences with all the Artists I met in and around the Corridor and Detroit. I owe a special thanks to Gordon Newton,for the inspiration his work gave me and the drive,and style that came from his influence.If any of you are interested please contact me I would love to hear from you.
Stephen Goodfellow (Admin)
Username: Admin

Registered: 6-2003
Posted on Friday, December 02, 2005 - 10:45 am:   

Hi Steve,
You have been added to the No Brand tribe tribe on the website proper.
Connie Tucker
Posted on Wednesday, March 08, 2006 - 9:12 am:   

Hey Stephen, This Anonymous creature is violating sacred space. Anything we can do to lock him out is valued.
Stephen Goodfellow (Admin)
Username: Admin

Registered: 6-2003
Posted on Wednesday, March 08, 2006 - 10:50 am:   

Hi Connie, everyone,
Sorry 'bout this, but I'm having to continually hunt down and eliminate spams from our very own bonehead who seems to to have leeched on to the site. I will keep a close eye on the server.
Posted on Saturday, July 08, 2006 - 2:04 pm:   

To anyone concerned.....My name is Diane Fisher. l had the ultimate pleasure of working with Billy Landless during the early 1980's. He played bass for my band "Diane Fisher and Brushfire". What an awesome guy he was! He used to say.. "you made me the cowboy l am today." He was loved and respected by all who had the pleasure of working with him. l will miss him until l die. When he passed away, his Mom asked me to provide the music for his memorial service. l felt it was such a priviledge, though it nearly broke my heart. Along with me on that day was...a former "Brushfire" member, Tom Curry (currently with Teen Angels), George Canterbury, and Pat Bailey. lf anyone out there would like to contact me you can e-mail me a re: Billy Landless. l don't ever want his memory to slip away. He was definately one of the good guys.
A friend and fan,
Diane Fisher
Lee Lewis Elbinger
Posted on Sunday, September 17, 2006 - 12:28 am:   

Lee Elbinger here.

Well, I did a Google search on "Leslie Heimstadt" because I found a print that she had given me in the 70s and wanted to talk to her and I stumbled into this. Theresa Herron says she knew Leslie in 2001, but I did not see Theresa's email address, so I am posting here to say Hi! to Leslie and you can get in touch with me at if you care to.

I grew up in Detroit and went to Mumford High. When I left my parent's house at the age of 17, I took a small cheap room on Cass Avenue. Alice Printz lived upstairs. We were young and on our own. It was scary and fun (actually, more fun than scary). I went to Oakland University, hitchiked from Scotland to India and have been traveling around the world ever since. Co-founded an ashram in India. Was married for 31 years to Barbara West (some may know Barbara), the most beautiful and wonderful woman in the world. Barbra passed away four years ago and my eyes tear up as I type those words. Anyway, I am in Montgomery, Alabama, now and would like the hear from Leslie or Alice or Patrick Halley (I often wonder what happened to him) if the miracle of internet allows for that.

I now longer use the nickname Lee. My legal name always was Lewis and when I was 36 my wife said it was numerologically more advantageous to use my real, legal name so I do. But no one knew me as Lewis then. Even my mother calls me Lee sometimes.

Shalom = Salaam = Shanti,
Lee (Lewis) Elbinger
Charles Cedric Jones
Posted on Tuesday, October 17, 2006 - 3:08 pm:   

Hello Charly,

My name is Charles Cedric Jones. I was not a part of the crowd that your blog referes to,however, I beleive I know Carmen Leslie. She was like a sister to me and my brothers growing up and last night I had a dream about her, remebered what she meant to us and decided to google her name. If you know how to get in touch with Carmen, I would be very greatful. There are some things that has happend over the years that I would like to share with her. My nick name growing up was CD Jones, and Carmen will know who I am. So hopfully I will hear back from you. Thanking you in advance, Go Tigers. Ps. I noticed that you said that many of your old friends live overseas, well so do I, I have been in Germany for over twenty years now, however cooincidently, I do have a very good freind who is still on the WSU staff, her name is Marianka (Haynes) Halloway and she is the Academic Services Officer, Department of Criminal Justice at WSU.

Take care Charly and thanks again.
Pat McFarlane
Posted on Friday, February 02, 2007 - 5:52 pm:   

Reading a bio of Philip Levine I realized I lived in his Detroit world as far as musicians. I lived in a rooming house owned by Joe Baker and while there I met Bess Bonier and her boy friend named Marshall. I spent many nights at Sportrees Bar as I was enamored with Billy Mitchell. I was also friends with piano player Sheely and Will Davis. Sheely died very young. Kenny Burrell also was in the crowd as well as my friend Anita Craig who later married Will Davis. I would love to hear from anyone from that time.
susan watkins
Posted on Monday, July 02, 2007 - 5:14 am:   

I lived at the 2nd Avenue house across from Old Main in the early 70's. Anyone remember Aloma?
I'm pretty sure that just about everyone lived there at one time or another. Robin on the top floor, Dan at one time, and then Tommy.
HO HO Inn, I think they were doing research on cock-roaches there. The first time I ever saw a cock-roach was when I opened up the refrigerator in the kitchen of the 2nd Ave. house and asked Mac, what the hell is that? I felt ignorant at the time not knowing. Those still were the days.
Remember the parties in the back-yard... lots of folks crammed into our little yard.
A few names to I haven't seen show up yet, Patty Keeler, Eddie the cabdriver, Jerry Wade, Andy the dancer..
Thank you Stephen for your efforts to keep this all going.
Stephen Goodfellow (Admin)
Username: Admin

Registered: 6-2003
Posted on Wednesday, July 11, 2007 - 8:23 pm:   

Hi Susan,
Thanks for your great remembrance. By placing it on the discussion, those folks you mentioned are automatically inducted into the tribes. However, if you can send me some pictures, I'll create a individual page for the Aloma.
Posted on Monday, August 04, 2008 - 6:50 am:   

I am now 60 years old. I was born into another dimension during the
Summer of Love on Plum Street in Detroit, having came there from Ohio.
As most street people, I did not own a camera. And like most kids, did not have a clue how much
I would one day want to revisit that time.
I have searched the internet and only found a couple building photos.
What I am seeking is photos of the hippies and street people from Plum
Street c. 1967.

Certainly there are a couple newsletter readers who have some photos
tucked away in a drawer somewhere that they could share? Please issue a
plea on my behalf?!

Posted on Wednesday, October 08, 2008 - 12:18 am:   

Hi there --

I'm doing some research on an exhibition "The Lightworks Envelope Show" sponsored by the Artist Guild of Detroit in May 1979. The exhibit was on "mail art" and featured US and international artists. Charlton Burch, editor of Lightworks magazine, was involved as organizer/curator. Does anyone have info, photos, articles, brochures, about this event? I'm learning a lot about Cass Corridor from this site.

Thanks for your help.
Posted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 - 9:05 am:   

I remember the Artist Guild of Detroit well. I was its director 1976-77. I believe Marilyn Maday - Now Tsushia - was the curator during that time. I'll be seeing her in a couple of weeks, and I'll ask her if she has any documentation.
Posted on Friday, October 17, 2008 - 8:13 am:   

I love this site. I hope to reconnect with some of my great friends in the area.
Posted on Friday, October 17, 2008 - 8:32 am:   

I first moved to detroit in 1999.. into the 2 south space in capital part, then corner of seldon and cass, then wabash (pool house), then bo-house, then 2000 Brooklyn for 3 yrs ,to holden st artist co., then the Ramada hotel on Cass and Bagely for a yr before my move to NYC> .i have some good friends whom i haven't seen in a long time m. maki,ric. r., many many more. I nver imagined I would meet such interesting folks downtown Detroit- especially in the places i found myself living . j
Ed Bradbury
Posted on Wednesday, January 07, 2009 - 4:09 am:   

Richard Tobias passed away last month in California.
Stephen Goodfellow (Admin)
Username: Admin

Registered: 6-2003
Posted on Friday, January 09, 2009 - 6:45 am:   

Ed, I am so very sorry to hear the sad news. I have placed the information on the top page of CorridorTribe, placed a page for him in the obits section and started a new posting with his name in the "Obits" section of this forum.
Posted on Tuesday, February 03, 2009 - 1:48 am:   

I just wanted to say hello to Boz, Gilda, Alvin(I know your still out there somewhere) Bob Hanamura,John Hagarty,Tom Parrish,Tom Paul Fitzgerald,John Slick, Tina Andrecky, Bill Antinow, Barb Green, Dan Ciccelli , Danny Spencer, Laura Bomarito, Steve Palmer,Bill House, Lowell, Mel Rosas and a bunch of people whos names I don't remember but were all part of my greatest memories during the greatest time of my life. I dont think there is a day that goes by when I dont think of my times in the corridor.

For those of you that dont remember me I was a sculpture major during the early 70s, shared a studio with Antinow for a while, hung at Alvins, Cobbs, the Ciirca and the International in Greektown....also Valcoffs on Antoinette in the Corridor (used to go with Alvin to old houses in the area and break up the burn outs for firewood in the fireplace and smoke pot in the basement)designed props and scenery for the Det Rep for years, was the first manager of Detoit Focus Gallery and owned the Skyline Kite Shop (some of you might remember the halloween party I had in my studio behind the shop)in Greektown. I'm now at Kent State University as a Technical Director and Scenic Designer.
Posted on Tuesday, February 03, 2009 - 1:57 am:   

My full name is Robert Katkowsky or "Kat"
Gilda Snowden
Posted on Tuesday, February 10, 2009 - 1:01 am:   

Hi Kat! This is Gilda! Good to hear from you!
Ed Jones
Posted on Sunday, April 12, 2009 - 1:39 am:   

Lived in the corridor when I was a Grad. Asst. at WSU in 1976. Was at the Final 4 last weekend with a couple of buddies from the day and had a ball. Alot of changes in Det. but the Bronx Bar is still going strong. I love the people in Det. and the corridor was special even in 76 when things were tough.
Just for the record, I did get burned out of my apartment. It was a tough night.
Posted on Tuesday, May 19, 2009 - 1:35 am:   

Hello I am the grand daughter of Mildred May Byfield Brabeau. She passed away this past week and I have learned that my great grandmother(Mildred's mother) was a student of Zubel's many years ago. I am certain that the three kept in touch for some years. My grandma lived her life out in Rochester. I am delighted to have this opportunity to reach out to you here.
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Stephen, I got to this site because of web search for the cass corridor art movement. I read an old Art in America journal: July 2000, page 115; about the late Paul Schwartz as visual artist, musician and community activist. At the time of the article, Paul's art was at Central Galleries. The article describes Paul's method of work and later dioramas. If I had the techno skills I would send the article to you. I loved reading the cass corridor history
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I spoke with Deborah Rain Foster who told me that Spence had an abdominal aneurysm on 6/26/10 that was very serious - life threatening- but that he came thru it. The phone number I have for him is not working at this time so no way to verify.

Rain had also called to tell me that Archie Anderson passed away in NYC on 6/26/10 as a result of a brain tumor.

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Anyone remember Alan McCoy ? He was living at Bobbie Moore's place ? He.....died :-(
But, I'm looking for more kids...from the 70's.
From any of the above places ?
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