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  • Aretha Franklin's Detroit mansion sells for $300,000

    The 1927 home is one of several belonging to the soul singer, who died in August A Detroit mansion that was owned by Aretha Franklin has been sold for less than half a million dollars. The 5,600-sq-ft brick home, built in 1927 adjacent to the Detroit Golf Club, fetched $300,000 (£233,964) in a sale last month, the Detroit News reported. Continue reading...

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  • Thanksgiving parade to recognize music great Aretha Franklin

    DETROIT (AP) - The late music great Aretha Franklin will be recognized during America's Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit. Thousands of spectators are expected to line the three-mile (4.8-kilometer) route along Woodward Avenue Thursday morning from Midtown to downtown for the parade's 92nd year. The event will feature 26 floats. Franklin's ...

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  • Thanksgiving parade to recognize music great Aretha Franklin

    The late music great Aretha Franklin will be recognized during America's Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit. Thousands of spectators are expected to line the three-mile (4.8-kilometer) route along Woodward Avenue Thursday … Click to Continue

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