Cass Corridor was an area of cultural significance. Creem, which billed itself as "America's Only Rock 'n' Roll Magazine," had its headquarters in the area. The student population contributes to the bohemian atmosphere in Cass Corridor. The artistic community has produced a number of significant artists, including Sixto Rodriguez, Negative Approach and The White Stripes, who played their first show at the Gold Dollar. Cass Corridor is also the location of the annual Dally in the Alley arts festival.
Since 1997, Avalon International Breads has been located in the Cass Corridor. In 2015, Jack White of the White Stripes, opened a retail store for his Record Label, Third Man Records at the Corner of Canfield and Cass.
- 4.2 oz., 100% combed and ringspun cotton; 30 singles
- Ash is 99% combed ringspun cotton, 1% polyester
- Athletic Heather and Black Heather are 90% combed ringspun cotton, 10% polyester