As most of you already know, I took a trip this past weekend with Eric to the Sunrise Coast! I’ve been wanting to travel out to this side of the state for a long time now and I’m excited that I finally had the chance to. Thank you, Eric, for indulging …[ Read More → ]
These are the promises that the Republican Party is making to us if it wins: 1. Outlawing abortion altogether, with no exceptions for the life and health of the mother, incest or rape. 2. Preventing the Department of Homeland Security from monitoring far right-wing hate groups (Republican House majority leader John Boehner said that the [...][ Read More → ]
This summer music showcase featured three fine local acts: The Bobby Electric, Factory Girls, Hit Society and one act from Japan called Mugen Hoso. Unfortunately, I missed the first two acts, both of whom I’ve heard good things about.As an avid fan of …[ Read More → ]
He looked so ridiculous. He clearly didn’t belong at this concert. In fact, I am pretty sure he only knows two songs that may or may not be performed. He was there for me. He knew I needed to get out of the house. I needed to not drink this day away. I needed to [...][ Read More → ]
St. Vincent De Paul ofMunising, MichiganHere I am, weeks after vacation and just now getting around to editing and sharing my pictures! Oh, the shame! The truth is that my life has just now returned to normal, and it’s about to be uprooted again by f…[ Read More → ]
About three months ago I had a career change from do-it-all-marketing to focused-driven-analytics. While trying to immerse myself in the new agency culture, I also find myself at the crossroad of defining my skillset for advancing my career and providing more valuable service to future clients. “You should be able to learn everything from work” [...][ Read More → ]
The mobile Tiny Troopers is coming to the desktop this Friday with a full release for both PC and Mac gamers.[ Read More → ]
August 22, 2012 by Frank Nemecek
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There's a guy with a cross at W. Warren Ave and Greenfield who is protesting Ramandan. Some people are just looking for trouble.[ Read More → ]
That’s it—summer is done and dusted. Yeah, I know. Its unofficial demise is next week and it doesn’t officially die for another month.
But. It’s pretty much over.
Luckily, we have sweatshirt weather, college football and cider m…
August 22, 2012 by Natalia Petraszczuk
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Tweet This summer 80 Detroit high school students tried out their green thumbs doing vital environmental projects that will preserve public lands, improve access to Detroit parks and make a positive change in the city. The projects include native planting, new trail development and maintenance, outdoor classroom construction, invasive species removal, acreage expansion, and general [...][ Read More → ]