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The former Latin Quarter here is being reopened December 28 as Jean Goldkette's Fantasia, under the management of Goldkette, who rates as one of the top names in music of the past three decades, altho relatively inactive for several years. The Fantasia will stress food. Buddy Milton's orchestra has been set to open, with a floorshow under consideration for a later date. Is Exhumed. The Billboard, p.
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It later shifted to New Center. But all will eventually agree that crime is what dismantled Detroit's opportunity to have a gay renaissance akin to those of San Francisco and New York. Craig Covey , who later became a member of the city council of Ferndale, said that most of the former gay residents of Palmer Park "tended to move up Woodward Avenue and they settled in Ferndale, Royal Oak and Birmingham depending on their economic abilities.
Once strings were added in, the disco sound began to emerge. Club owners took notice of the newfound sound and the attention it attracted, especially at a popular hangout for Motown artists, The 20 Grand on the corner of 14th Street and Warren. Howard, who lived across the street from the club, recalls when The 20 Grand made the transition from funk to disco. Charles Love was another important figure, throwing events under the name Fun Time Society in suburban-friendly spots like the Northville Hilton hotel.