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  1. King of the Cruise: Challenger Hellcat or Corvette Stingray?

    At this year's Cruise, I drove the dreamy new Dodge Hellcat and Corvette Stingray. But what if I had to choose? Which is more worthy?

  2. Overnight sensation is 15 years in the making

    Now that the Chris Pratt hysteria of a few weeks back has somewhat died down, let's try to take an objective look at things.

  3. Is the prostate to blame for his slow-to-empty bladder?

    Dear Dr. Roach: I would like your opinion on enlarged prostate. My primary-care doctor sent me for a blood test and said my PSA number was too high, then sent me to a urologist. He said my bladder is not emptying and that I am having urine retention in the bladder. After one week of medication (Rapaflo), I had a catheter inserted for another week. He measured the urine in the bladder, and it was 880 ml. Now he is suggesting surgery.

  4. In defense of public defenders

    What is called 'the' 1964 Civil Rights Act is justly celebrated for outlawing racial and other discrimination in employment, 'public accommodations' and elsewhere.

  5. Giving thanks to those who give back

    Welcome to my annual Thanksgiving column.

  6. Crafting a new vision along the Detroit riverfront

    When Mark Wallace looks out along the Detroit riverfront, he doesn't only observe what it is now. He sees what it could be. On his second day as president and CEO of the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy, Wallace seems at ease. Strolling around Rivard Plaza Tuesday afternoon, he possesses a sense of ownership that doesn't just come from his title.

  7. Review: Ultra-violent 'Sin City' sequel is ultra-repetitive

    'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' is ultra-stylized, ultra-violent and ultra-repetitive. It covers the same ground Robert Rodriguez's and Frank Miller's 'Sin City' did in 2005, to diminishing returns.

  8. Tigers don't whiff much on prized free agents, but this one stings

    Most times, the Tigers get their man. Tiger general manager Dave Dombrowski targets a pitcher or a hitter in July and figures out a way to bag his trophy. Friday, they lost.

  9. House really all about the lives of its family

    It took some time before I drive past 1720 Dorchester. As often you tell yourself, 'It's just a house, it's just a house,' the emotional frame of reference does not easily correlate.

  10. It is now or never as a Lion for Nick Fairley

    Ndamukong Suh gave us a pretty good scouting report on fellow defensive tackle Nick Fairley. He is not blowing smoke when he says Fairley has more moves than the Pro Bowl superstar.

  11. Buckles just right for summer fruit and growing kids

    Jack. was a toddler when I first met him, and he's now he's a rugged rough and tumble kid. Jack also likes to help his mom in the kitchen and loves to bake.

  12. 'River of creativity' flows with furniture making

    When Sue Kolb of Ortonville spends time up north, she sometimes takes a break from fun activities to hunt for twigs in ditches. She uses the branches to construct the twig furniture she makes and sells under the name Red Pine Pottery & Twigs.

  13. Inspect your trees for their danger potential

    One of the great charms of older neighborhoods is the stately centennial trees that line the streets. But aging trees can become hazards if they are not cared for.

  14. Rounding out this year's Woodward Dream Cruise

    Just a few things from here and there. So what's my assessment of this year's Woodward Dream Cruise?

  15. What it means to really be 'neighborly'

    Being a good neighbor starts with a face-to-face introduction. I know it's considered old-school, but your kids probably do it all the time.

  16. Let gold shine on in home decor

    Depending upon your passion for gold, you can go high luxe by washing your room in it. Or you can add just a glint here and there to thread in a tiny touch of ...

  17. Family fears teen will fall under boy's influence

    Dear Abby: My son's wife passed away very recently. He works days, so I have been helping him by looking after his 15-year-old daughter, 'Leyla.'

  18. The placebo effect can be helpful to some patients

    Dear Dr. Roach: In your column that ran in our local newspaper, you cautioned a reader about having positive results from a dietary change:

  19. In Ferguson, Mo., will civil rights of the police officer be respected?

    There's still a lot we don't know about the Ferguson, Mo., shooting death of Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson.

  20. Tony Harrison, Anthony Barnes eager to show boxing not dead in Detroit

    The world must wait to see the wonderful skills of Detroit boxer Tony Harrison. He was scheduled to make his national television debut on ESPN's 'Friday Night ...

  21. Warren Mayor Fouts sues to stop Prop 1

    Warren Mayor Jim Fouts didn't simply threaten to sue after Proposition 1 was approved by 69 percent of Michigan primary voters. He sued.

    • 10:46 PM, Aug. 20, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    A coupe coup: The Cadillac ATS Coupe dazzles

    Love the lines. Like its sister CTS, you want to sweep this beautiful face onto the dance floor. Then the ATS really shows its moves.

  22. Court deal may take heat out of election

    For the first time in 16 years, the state Supreme Court races on Michigan's fall ballot may be lightly battled, low-key affairs. After a string of bitterly ...

    • 10:03 AM, Aug. 21, 2014

    Grand bargain's a winner from a Northern Michigan perspective

    From high up the Michigan map, Paul Beachnau has an interesting perspective on the grand bargain. He likes it. From high up the Marriott Hotel at the RenCen a ...

  23. Go plum crazy for pork tenderloin

    There are so many varieties of plums that range from the slightly bitter prune plum to the very sweet and juicy red Santa Rosa plum that it's hard to describe. ...

  24. Review: 'Land Ho!' follows two old friends reviving their lives in Iceland

    'Land Ho!' relies on its own oddball charm and the beauty of Iceland to pull you in. Luckily, they're a fine if decidedly low-key combination.

    • 10:42 PM, Aug. 20, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Car Culture: Give dumb drivers a pass

    One of summer's greatest joys is the reduced volume of freeway traffic during morning and evening rush hours. With Labor Day looming, however, the congestion ...

  25. Cousin's kids push bride's guest limit

    Dear Abby: I am being married later this year, and I'm planning my guest list. My cousin 'Emily' has five young children who I'm making an exception to invite. ...

  26. Excess yeast growth can occur in many places

    Dear Dr. Roach: I am a 63-year-old woman who has always carried extra weight, but I have gained a few more pounds in the past year. I am overweight but not ...

  27. The fight over corporate tax inversions

    President Barack Obama, presiding over an unusually dismal post-recession economy, might make matters worse with a distracting crusade against the minor and ...

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