I have been instructed to meet some folks at Huron and St. Clair (Race for the Cure) but when I look at maps of downtown, it seems "never the twain shall meet." Please forgive my ignorance regarding the streets of our fair city (I really don't get out much!) and help me understand how to find this intersection. If there is no such intersection, please tell me which deodorants and mouth wash seem to work best for you.... Thank you, in advance, for your kind sympathy and compassion.
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As far as I know, Huron and St. Clair run parallel to one another and do not intersect.
They don't intersect. My restaurant is on Huron, two blocks away from st. Clair. I'd suggest hitting st. Clair first, as there are more businesses there and probably will be more people.
thanks, folks. My "organizer" friend just said "oops" because he meant Huron and Washington. Gotta forgive him cuz his wife (my friend) lost the battle with breast cancer a few months ago. He's allowed to be ditzy, and I thank you all for helping us in this time of need :) Thanks for your input and support.
The lakes parallel the river, the presidents are perpendicular
" ...the presidents are perpendicular..." Careful: the Secret Service might misinterpret this.
every rule has an exception (or two):
superior and st clair intersect at the creek
jackson intersects adams uptown
i'm just sayin....
Not so fast. Have you checked the GOP redistricting map?
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