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  1. End appears near for reeling Red Wings

    The Bruins shook off a deficit, brushed aside the Wings' early desperation and swiped a 3-2 victory on Jarome Iginla's overtime goal Thursday night. It was especially stinging for the Wings, who welcomed back captain Henrik Zetterberg and built a 2-0 lead. Now they stare at a 3-1 deficit as the series spins back to Boston.

  2. Michigan mom 'at wit's end' charged with trying to kill teen with autism

    Elberta An autistic teen has come a long way from the September afternoon when police said her mother tried to kill her.

  3. Endangered riffleshell forces Karegnondi to rethink water pipeline's route

    Flint Behold the lowly northern riffleshell. Residing in the bed of the Black River in Sanilac County, the endangered mussel has lost 95 percent of its old stomping grounds to development.

  4. Making cars 'easy for the queasy'

    Any parent knows the terrors of what General Motors calls the “puke zone” on a long road trip. The children are happily reading, or playing on their laptop, or watching a DVD and the next thing you know, you’ve got a motion sick kid and a huge interior cleaning bill.

  5. Henrik Zetterberg's return provides lift for Red Wings, but it's not enough

    The playoff beard was ready long ago. And Henrik Zetterberg felt the itch, no doubt. His team was getting desperate. So back came the captain.

  6. Great start fizzles for Red Wings as Bruins catch up

    The Red Wings' ever-so-slender margin for error did not get any larger, with the return, after two months, of their captain and playoff horse, Henrik Zetterberg. After mounting scintillating first period and leading 2-0, the Wings gave it back to the Bruins Thursday when they could least afford it, in what has been an amazing season.

  7. Capitol Park: Where Detroit's past and future intersect

    You might not notice Capitol Park, even if you were in it: It's a tiny, triangular wedge with a few benches and monuments, largely concrete, tucked behind the Westin Book Cadillac.

    • 8:21 PM, Apr. 24, 2014
    • ENTERTAINMENT

    Film fireworks: Hollywood turns up the volume on summer movies

    This summer's movies will be filled with explosions, mega-battles, superheroes, and outer space spectaculars such as 'X-Men: Days of Future Past,' 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' and 'Transformers: Age of Extinction.'

  8. MSU recruiting big, athletic Minnesota OT Drayton Carlberg

    The Spartans only have one player on their roster from Minnesota, junior wide receiver A.J. Troup, but they are hoping to add a second in Carlberg, a 6-foot-6, 280-pound offensive tackle.

  9. Loose 'Brick Mansions' is split by too many cracks

    'Brick Mansions' is a sloppy action dud set in a dystopian Detroit starring Paul Walker in one of his final roles.

    • 6:41 PM, Apr. 24, 2014
    • LIFESTYLE
    • HOMESTYLE

    Leon & Lulu's owners bring the store's unique style to their personal space.

    Husband and wife Mary Liz Curtin and Stephen Scannell are the co-owners of Leon & Lulu, the wildly popular Clawson store that was formerly a 15,000-square-foot roller rink and is now renowned for its unique and wonderful combination of new furniture and a

  10. Review: 'Other Woman' a female buddy film

    'The Other Woman,' starring Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann, is a female empowerment comedy and buddy picture with a script that has plenty of snap and crackle to go with the pop.

  11. Review: 'Railway Man' is anchored by Firth

    'The Railway Man' is a powerful film based on the autobiography of Eric Lomax, a British Army officer who was brutally tortured at a Japanese POW camp during World War II.

  12. Michigan legislators pile on support to prevent insurance hikes for pothole claims

    On April 17, Rep. Marilyn Lane, D-Fraser, introduced H.B. 5456 that would prevent auto insurance companies from 'changing policyholders' rating classification, premium or surcharge based on claims for vehicle damage caused by potholes.'

  13. SOCIETY CONFIDENTIAL: 'Bob Benson' does Royal Oak

    'Pete Campbell' bristled about having to go to see GM execs Detroit in last week's episode of 'Mad Men,' largely because his handsome nemesis, 'Bob Benson,' ...

    • 11:01 PM, Apr. 24, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • FORD

    Ford not expected to match last year's quarterly earnings

    Ford Motor Co.'s first quarter profits aren't likely to match its financial results from a year ago as the automaker grapples with the costs of a record number ...

    • 10:52 PM, Apr. 24, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Cult brands showing proof of bourbon renaissance

    Hoping to get your hands on a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle 23-year-old bourbon? Hope on.

  14. Talk Michigan State with Matt Charboneau live at noon

    Michigan State's annual spring game takes place Saturday, and Spartans beat writer Matt Charboneau is taking your comments and questions in a live chat ...

  15. Review: 'Ernest & Celestine' is a delicate delight

    The Oscar-nominated animated French-Belgian film is a simply rendered tale about a friendship between a mouse and a bear, painted with watercolor backgrounds ...

  16. Short life doesn't stop impact of her words

    I remember when 'The Opposite of Loneliness' went viral in 2012 because of its tragic back story but also because it was well-written.

  17. Review: 'Quiet Ones' is more creaky than creepy

    Paying homage in style and theme to the vintage horror movies of the 1970s, the film relies on high production values and sense-battering shock tactics to make ...

  18. Zesty lemons bring spring flavor to souffle

    To me, lemon connotes lightness and brightness. This recipe for lemon souffle from America's Test Kitchen is prepared in a skillet.

  19. Review: Sluggish slog through Hungary's Holocaust

    Ben Kingsley classes up an ambitious, if muddled, World War II drama where the sweep of history and a vast array of characters almost obliterate what is a ...

  20. Abuse victim finds love with a woman

    Dear Abby: I am a woman in a loving relationship with another woman. My family has been harsh in their remarks to me, saying they would rather I was dead than ...

  21. Novi resident Jolene Westfall wrote to Trash or Treasure? asking about the origins of an unusual 'child's chair.'

    'This chair was given to us by a neighbor who collected antiques, approximately 20 years ago,' wrote Jolene Westfall of Novi requesting information on an ...

  22. There are better ways to fix potholes

    The pothole epidemic in Michigan has reached the crisis stage - but there are true fixes available.

  23. Thursday's NBA playoff roundup: Grizzlies blow big lead, but hold off Thunder

    The Grizzlies know they have to stop blowing fourth-quarter leads. Consecutive overtime wins makes the needed corrections much easier for Memphis.

  24. Shower spring on your mantel

    Ready to celebrate spring in your home? Here are four fireplace mantel treatments our designers crafted to inspire you

  25. The secrets behind perfect lush green turf in Augusta

    'Augusta Envy' is the condition that afflicts golfers who watch the Master's Tournament the first week in April.

  26. Floating stools are not much cause for alarm

    Dear Dr. Roach: I have read that whether stools float or sink could be an indication of one’s health, even to the point of being an early sign of pancreatic ...

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