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Detroit Resident Street Hustles for LA Tuition

Times are tough all over. But with a little ingenuity and a lot of gumption, many of those stuck in depressed America can usually find a way.

Today’s shining example of this approach, via WXYZ-TV Channel 7, is 21-year-old Detroit native Remington Devereaux. To try and help cover his tuition this fall at the Los Angeles Film and Recording School (part of the LA Film School at Wilcox and Sunset), he is operating an adult version of the kiddie lemonade stand and soliciting drive-by customers:

We wish Devereaux all the best with his tuition-seeking efforts, and think that some of the skills he is honing on Motor City streets this month could come in mighty handy when he finds himself trying to bank film or music projects in the future.

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