Wyandotte, MI is a small older Polish enclave that is basically surrounded by Detroit's sprawling suburbs. It is a smaller city with a population around 30,000, but it has its own electric and water utilities, it has its own cable company (you can't have anything but the city-run cable), and many of the roads that travel through the city have a different name than the traditional name. e.g. Jefferson Ave runs through the city as "Biddle Ave". One thing that is unique about their dialect that I've noticed is that a lot of them call the remote control the "channel", as in a shorthand version of "channel changer". Also, there is a restaurant on the edge of the city that serves among other strange things Muskrat.