Detroit's been so down the only direction to go is up. Like a phoenix from the ashes, Detroiters are rising and repurposing the decaying spaces around them. Stuart will check out the latest large-scale outdoor art/design projects coming from Loveland and the Imagination Station - a collective of young artists and architects working with buildings and gardens on abandoned properties to bring beauty to the destruction. Others are drawn to Detroit to press the reset button on their own lives in a city where there are almost no rules. Someone like Phillip Cooley, a former fashion model who opened Slows Bar B Q restaurant to fevered reception, will welcome Stuart to Detroit with a cheap beer, some "Q" and a Coney Island (Detroit's name for a hotdog). Scion is also on board with us this episode, getting Stuart around the Motor City behind the wheel of a car that represents the values of his generation: great mileage, affordable and high on style. Someone like DJ Kyle Hall, a home-grown talent who is still a teenager, will jump in the passenger seat and show Stuart some of Detroit's music landmarks. They'll check out the Motown Museum, site of the original "Hitsville U.S.A." Motown Records building, and the Michigan Theater, the remains of an ornate venue that used to showcase Aerosmith and David Bowie, and now houses... cars? Stuart will pull the Scion into the most beautiful, broken down parking lot in the world. There's no doubt that all these YBB's will know where the dopest, most off the chain, unsanctioned warehouse party is happening, and Stuart will find himself closing down the night, partying with his people.