Detroit's QLINE is offering FREE rides for the holidays so you can get your shop on downtown!
The “QLINE Happy Holidays” promotion will run during all service hours beginning at 8 a.m on Saturday, December 15 and ending at midnight on January 1, 2019.
Streetcars typically arrive every 10-12 minutes during peak service and 15-20 minutes during off-peak hours.
QLINE ambassadors will be on-board to assist riders throughout the holiday promotion.
Regular fare service will return on January 2, 2019. (Tickets can be purchased here.)
“It’s our way of encouraging residents and visitors to experience all the Woodward Corridor has to offer this time of year, from its Downtown Detroit Markets and special events to all the great restaurants and retail that make this city an exciting destination. From the Rainbow City Roller Rink at 1001 Woodward to the shops at the Fisher Building, everyone should take time to explore Detroit,” said M-1 RAIL CEO Matt Cullen.
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The lengthy legal battle over Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams’ “Blurred Lines” finally came to an end this week with a payday for the Marvin Gaye family.
The copyright lawsuit was settled when a California judge ordered Thicke and Williams to pay about $5M. According to reports: $2,848,846.50 comes from Thicke,
Williams, and Williams’ More Water From Nazareth Publishing Inc., $1,768,191.88 comes from just Thicke, and an additional $357,630.96 comes from Williams and his publishing company.
The Gayes are also entitled to half of all “Blurred Lines” royalties in the future. The suit began in 2013 when Gaye’s family claimed the song copied “Got to Give It Up,” Gaye’s 1977 hit.
Many disagreed with the verdict, saying “Blurred Lines” and Gaye's song were only similar in feel and genre.