Detroit is indeed a city of potential renewal. On its East side especially urban meadows grow in decrepit lots. On the East and West side, Woodward Avenue runs through the city to surrounding suburbs. A downtown drive on Woodward affords a view of the baseball stadium, the art museum, and the main library -- and the Local Detroit Grocery window featured here. I was initially very excited by the display. So cleverly generic! So welcome in a grocery shop desert and overabundance of liquor/lotto/pizza stores! And I, so gullibly optimistic. Local Detroit Grocery is an example of the Detroit Storefront Competition organized by associations of interior designers, architects, Downtown Detroit Partnership, and financially supported by Downtown Development Authority. The displays vibrantly fill vacant avenue storefronts. Created for the Final Four, they remain today. Still, exciting, no?