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  1. ESPN documentary captures emotions of Pistons' Bad Boys reign

    When you cover a beat, you never really get to experience the sorrow and joy of a team's season. You're too busy writing stories, gathering quotes, hopping on airplanes and going through the daily grind of making deadline. Thursday, I finally felt the emotions of the Bad Boys Pistons years, watching ESPN's 30 for 30 documentary.

  2. New GM's talk is getting old

    General Motors Co.'s campaign to prove it's new is making it look pretty old and using the world's largest media market to do it.

  3. For Tomas Tatar, and Red Wings, patience pays off

    Tomas Tatar was here and then he was gone. And while he was there, he couldn't help but wonder. Not just what he was missing. But what the Red Wings were missing, too, with the feisty goal scorer exiled to Grand Rapids a month before the Stanley Cup Playoffs began last spring.

  4. Offer of a fresh perspective might help Detroit out of bankruptcy

    It's like 'American Idol' for bankruptcy, without the glamour but plenty of bucks involved. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes is hiring an expert to review the city's plan of adjustment and the auditions are today.

  5. Oakland Co. about to see slew of orange barrels

    Prepare yourself, Oakland County; there's road construction in your future. In just a few short weeks, a $12 million project will kick off to reconstruct a one-mile stretch of Evergreen in Southfield.

  6. Review: 'Transcendence' devolves into standard science silliness

    'Transcendence' just can't transcend Hollywood. What starts out as a fairly interesting look at the dangers and temptations of technology eventually devolves into a special effects-driven ridiculous ball of confusion.

  7. Review: 'Under the Skin' will get under yours

    Seductively eerie and serious, 'Under the Skin' is superb science fiction, yet not for the easily bored or frustrated.

  8. Tony Paul's MLB Insider: Tigers, Angels boast rich tradition

    The Tigers and Angels, who play Friday through Sunday in Detroit, combined spend nearly $300 million in salaries, and thus feature some of the highest-paid players in the game.

  9. Spartans pursue smart, athletic Ohio DT Jordan Thompson

    As the spring evaluation period begins and schools head out to visit top prospects across the country, Michigan State actually received a visit from one of their top targets as Cincinnati La Salle junior defensive tackle Jordan Thompson came to town.

  10. Assistant's gruff attitude needs to be smoothed out

    Dear Abby: How do I deal with an assistant who keeps calling me a 'brownnoser'?

  11. Hardy landscapes bouncing back after bleak winter

    Now that spring has finally arrived, yardeners and gardeners are surveying the damage to their lawns and landscapes. Be sure to keep the trees and shrubs well watered and mulch them.

  12. Check your home for Polar Vortex Disorder

    This syndrome can cause your home to feel some dramatic after effects from the brutal winter, and it needs you to check it from top to bottom to inventory all the potential damage it may have sustained.

  13. Breakfast pie kicks off a great start to day or dinner

    I like this idea of making a hash brown crust, and this breakfast pie has all the things I love. And there's no reason whatsoever to relegate this dish to the morning meal.

  14. Real estate developer builds skills as a knitter

    Professionally, Diane Van Buren leads a very busy life as president of Zachary & Associates Inc. Yet, despite playing a major role in the rebirth of Detroit, she has found a way to work knitting into her schedule.

  15. Review: 'Dom Hemingway' has a temper and uses it

    'Dom Hemingway' isn't so much a story as it is a portrait of a poetic lunatic thug. Luckily, Jude Law brings just the right mix of swagger, lewdness and ...

  16. Golf pro Bubba Watson knows living well trumps any game

    It was with some surprise that I found myself drawn to the Masters Golf Tournament on Sunday. I kept hearing my husband from the other room: 'Amazing!' And ...

  17. A-fib patients have nonmedicine options if needed

    Dear Dr. Roach: In your February column on atrial fibrillation, you did not address a procedure that can be done to cure the condition rather than taking ...

  18. Review: Rural town poison comes to light in dark, dirty 'Joe'

    In a small Texas town, an ex-con leads a work crew poisoning trees so developers can legally knock them down to build houses.That job description offers an ...

  19. Speedy Red Wings set to take in big, bad Bruins

    Uh, OK. This is different, even a bit awkward, like meeting the guy who took your plush corner office. It's different in more ways than we've ever seen, as the ...

  20. Pulte's blight vision gets torn down

    Did blight buster Bill Pulte really decide his work in Detroit was done and it was time to move on? Or did he get shoved out by the Duggan administration?

  21. Good outweighs the bad for Tigers, but just barely

    They hit. They don't hit. They pitch great in some games. Their bullpen comes apart in others. They supposedly are a team built on speed and defense. But they ...

    • 11:03 AM, Apr. 17, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Bling King: 2015 Cadillac Escalade

    The big yacht is pickup-based and shares specs with Chevy's Tahoe But the $72k Escalade is much more than a Tahoe in a tux. It puts OMG in SUV.

    • 8:32 AM, Apr. 17, 2014
    • LIFESTYLE

    Affirmative inaction: The college admissions playing field needs to be accessible to all

    If your kid walks past crack houses to get to high school and my kid walks through clover, the playing field is not level.

  22. Chef shows off the beauty and benefits of chocolate in cheesecake

    Executive Chef Chris Franz of the Rattlesnake Club in Detroit has created the ideal dessert in the spirit of celebrating dark chocolate for health, Easter or ...

  23. Review: 'Jodorowsky's Dune' details a director's unfulfilled vision

    'Jodorowsky's Dune' is a documentary that looks back to the '70s when visionary filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky tried to adapt Frank Herbert's wildly popular ...

  24. Father of four is selfish to put his health at risk

    Dear Abby: I am a 34-year-old wife and mother of four. I'm concerned about my husband. He is 44 and drinks at home every evening after work.

  25. No evidence that narcotics can help heal colitis

    Dear Dr. Roach: I have a very close relative who has ulcerative colitis and who was very ill a few years ago. She is now in partial remission but still has ...

  26. Is hate really a mental illness?

    In early April, the Anti-Defamation League offered some happy news about a very grim topic. It reported a 'significant and encouraging decline' in anti-Semitic ...

  27. The Constitution, democracy and understanding our divisions

    In a 2006 interview, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer said the Constitution is 'basically about' one word 'democracy' that appears in neither that ...

  28. Tigers manager Brad Ausmus encounters his first strategy tragedy

    Anyone who follows baseball, particularly baseball in Detroit, knew a game was approaching when Tigers manager Brad Ausmus and Motown's wide world of Ausmus- ...

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