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  1. Tigers Mailbag: Doug Fister trade looking worse and worse

    The Tigers have the fans all riled up again, thanks to another mini-downslide, an offense that's been snoozing since the All-Star break and a bullpen that continues to look absolutely awful, even with the addition of Joakim Soria.

  2. Extraordinary 'Boyhood' finds living is in the details

    Most of 'Boyhood,' the transcendent film that opens Friday from director Richard Linklater, has to do with the smaller particles, the everyday moments and scares and joys.

  3. Wright & Company is a new downtown dining gem

    Wright & Company may surprise some people, but it won't disappoint. It lives up to or perhaps even exceeds the expectations with its quality and style.

  4. Family's dirty secret is better left untold

    Dear Abby: My husband's family are hypocrites! They talk about everyone and their problems, yet when something arises in their family, they want it kept hush-hush.

  5. Artificial sweeteners' link to weight unclear

    Dear Dr. Roach: I am currently dieting and, with that, trying to reduce my sugar intake. I prefer drinks sweetened with aspartame over water most of the time. Am I asking for trouble?

  6. Lions, Suh far apart, but not parting ways - yet

    Finally, they've reached an agreement. Moments before the start of the training camp, the Lions front office announced the team had tabled negotiations on a contract extension with All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.

  7. Culture overhaul is up to GM insiders

    Six months after stepping aside as General Motors Co.'s fourth CEO in five years and leaving his successor with a searing recall crisis, Dan Akerson tells The Detroit News 'we all ... didn't fully realize how deeply some of the problems ran.'

  8. Volunteers power Forgotten Harvest's seed-to-table farming effort

    While community gardens are everywhere, Forgottten Harvest Farms is different: It's a professional farm, designed to produce at high yields to ensure a reliable supply of fresh vegetables year-round.

    • 12:16 AM, Jul. 29, 2014
    • LIFESTYLE

    They vote early, and often

    Even when you're old enough to live in a retirement community, it turns out, there's peer pressure. At least at Fox Run, nobody is leaning on you to skip school. The pressure there is to vote.

  9. Party a prelude to fundraiser that helps grieving children

    Van and Lori Conway invited about 100 people to their luxurious Franklin home on July 21 for a lavish cocktail party supporting Yatooma's Foundation for the Kids.

  10. Obamacare's future now teeters on a typo

    Remember how Democrats rushed into passing President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act in 2010, while they still had the votes? Now, health care for millions teeters on a typo.

  11. Son's clumsiness may have a physical cause

    Dear Abby: In short, my son is a klutz — to the point that it affects his self-confidence.

  12. Patient prefers to split thyroid medication

    Dear Dr. Roach: I had my thyroid removed for a goiter 35 years ago. My doctor put me on 100 mcg of thyroid medication; however, when I took it, I got sick. My hands shook, and my heart beat very quickly (over 100). So one doctor told me to split it, and take 50 in the morning and 50 in the afternoon. I felt better, and I took it twice a day for 30 years. After menopause, a different doctor changed it to 88 mcg and said to take it one time a day.

  13. Tigers should not pay any price in mission to win now

    Four years that any Tigers fan should know the significance of without hesitation are 1935, 1945, 1968 and 1984. Those were the years Detroit celebrated a World Series title.

  14. A rental car grace period? Better say your prayers

    The nuns at old St. Mary's taught me that there were two kinds of grace: sanctifying and actual. But I don't think Sister Theresa traveled much, or she would ...

  15. Amid heavy scrutiny, Dave Brandon motivated by Michigan's 'unfinished business'

    Dave Brandon took over Michigan athletics during one of the most-tumultuous times in school history. More than four years later, the noise has abated a bit, ...

  16. Accountability will be the Lions' mantra this season

    Insulating some players from criticism — something Schwartz and his staff were rightfully accused of doing, most notably with quarterback Matthew Stafford — is ...

  17. Let's Talk Food (& maybe win a cookbook): 'The Homesick Texan's Family Table,' and quality family time

    Doing a giveaway for 'The Homesick Texan's Family Table' seems about right for a return to this column from an absence that has been largely due to focusing on ...

  18. Bound for San Diego, Coast Guardsman's mover gets beached in Mo.

    When the driver of the moving van carrying all 15,840 pounds of your earthly possessions gets fired on his way to San Diego and abandons the trailer in some ...

  19. America's vacant presidency

    The president's demeanor is worrying a lot of people. From the immigration crisis on the Mexican border to the Islamic State rising in Mesopotamia, President ...

  20. Abusive father makes gathering painful

    Dear Abby: I adore my son-in-law, 'Tom.' He's a wonderful husband to our daughter. He's always inviting us to dinner, along with his parents and family. We get ...

  21. Does man have herpes or antibiotic allergy?

    Dear Dr. Roach: Four years ago, my husband had an abscess. What started as a boil became so deep and hard that he required general anesthesia to remove it. The ...

  22. To change culture, change faces

    Wayne County has switched leaders before without changing course. If county residents want change, they'll have to break their habit of voting for familiar ...

  23. Unpredictable Tigers looking like a postseason crapshoot

    All it took were games Friday and Saturday to prove the Tigers need more than relievers to win a championship general manager Dave Dombrowski is aching to ...

    • 2:03 PM, Jul. 26, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Q&Auto: The motorhead behind the new Challenger Hellcat

    Inside Tim Kuniskis chest beats a Hemi V8. The chemistry between Dodge's CEO and Challenger is undeniable.

  24. Teen is looking for direction after high school graduation

    Dear Abby: I am an 18-year-old high school senior who is scared about what's going to happen after graduation. For the past three years I've known exactly ...

  25. Metro Detroit has a plethora of talent

    Outta' My Mind on a Saturday Moanin''

  26. Michigan State's class continues to grow with Josh Butler, Felton Davis

    Michigan State's recruiting class of 2015 grew by two this week when Highland Springs (Virginia) wide receiver Felton Davis and West Mesquite (Texas) ...

  27. It's still up to Brad Ausmus to figure out Tigers' new bullpen mix

    It's about the present, obviously. But also about the presence. And by trading for Rangers closer Joakim Soria, Tigers president and general manager Dave ...

  28. Review: Unlike most shoot-'em-ups, 'Lucy' dabbles in the cosmos

    'Lucy' is part modern mayhem exercise, stuffed with shootings, car chases and the like, and part existential evolution-of-the-mind metaphysical navel-gazer.

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