Detroit's bankruptcy renews concerns about fate of DIA collections
Visitors to the Detroit Institute of Arts appear to be digesting the reality that the museum's treasures really could be at risk now that the city of Detroit is headed into bankruptcy.
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#1 Jul 21, 2013
Get those bad boys out of the basement, dusted off and sold ASAP. Nobody is visiting the basement anyway. They sit there requiring maintenance and insurance. they will not be missed. We don't have Tiger/Briggs/Naven stadium either and life goes on.
Detroit should not keep assets while creditors who supported the city lose money.
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