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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. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.'

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. 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 doing this, or that I should move away if this is the way I am going to live.

  10. There are better ways to fix potholes

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

  11. 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.

  12. 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 cancer. Isn’t it just about density and gas — that is, doesn’t most food we eat float in water, and if you mix in gas, shouldn’t most stools float? I used to have a lot of sinkers, but now I eat a lot less meat and more fish, fiber and salads.

  13. Michigan must let affirmative action die

    The U.S. Supreme Court has spoken and upheld Michigan's voter approved ban on racial discrimination in college admissions, a ruling that validated the widespread belief that no one should be granted or denied preference based on the color of their skin.

  14. Tony Paul's MLB Insider: Alex Avila's green light on 3-0 was the obvious call

    I don't want to say that if you were against Alex Avila letting it rip at a three balls-no strikes meatball Wednesday night, then you don't know much about baseball. But, man, I sure thought it for a fleeting second or two.

  15. It's about time for Red Wings to turn team over to the kids

    Allow Luke Glendening, Tomas Jurco, Gustav Nyquist, Tomas Tatar and anybody else left in Grand Rapids to grow as a team. And have them mentored by Henrik ...

  16. Schauer's ed plan thin on substance

    Mark Schauer didn't exactly rock the boat when he presented his education goals last week.

  17. Despite Tigers reliever Phil Coke's struggles, he's 'here to win'

    Watching him pitch in Florida and in Detroit these past two months has been like gazing at a tightrope walker: Phil Coke seems always to be in peril.

  18. As task gets tougher against Bruins, Red Wings seek the poise to bounce back

    The challenge is daunting, which is usually the type of challenge Mike Babcock enjoys. There's a fine line between hope and false hope, and the Wings are ...

    • 10:52 AM, Apr. 24, 2014
    • LIFESTYLE

    Readers' eyes turn to Bookstock, Michigan's largest used book and media sale

    I'm salting the mine. Seeding the clouds. Hiding some particularly shiny needles in a haystack. Michigan's largest used book extravaganza starts Sunday, spread ...

    • 12:03 PM, Apr. 24, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Going to school in the 2014 Ford Focus ST

    The Focus ST roars onto the track with power-induced torque steer. But at speed it's a gem — rotating easily through long radius corners.

  19. Parents appalled by son's indifference to his own 3-year-old

    Dear Abby: My 23-year-old son, 'Wayne,' who is single, has a 3-year-old son. We didn't learn of the child until he was more than a year old, when Wayne was ...

  20. Prostate meds won't interfere with bladder meds

    Dear Dr. Roach: I’m 87 and have an enlarged prostate. When I get the urge to urinate, which is often, I have to go at once. Do you think that taking a bladder- ...

  21. Spoon bread moves to center stage

    This dense yet seemingly light and airy is like a souffle for the soul. I like making it served piping hot with nothing more than a salad. Meatless Mondays are ...

  22. Affirmative action ruling jeopardizes Michigan's progress against inequality

    Tuesday's Supreme Court decision preserves this stingy status quo. It affirms the right of the people of Michigan to close doors that once swung open.

  23. Tigers expect to overcome front-office miscues covering for Jose Iglesias

    It was necessary to ask Dave Dombrowski during a Monday phone conversation about a player who no longer works for the Tigers. Steve Lombardozzi, specifically.

    • 10:30 PM, Apr. 22, 2014
    • LIFESTYLE

    Children, faculty cope with accidental death of 9-year-old Canton student

    A devastated school community tries to help students cope with the accidental death of their schoolmate with input from an expert who says telling the truth, ...

  24. Red Wings not up to speed, look completely overmatched

    This was stifling and humbling, a grizzled team stuffing its young foe back in place. The Bruins clamped down and the Red Wings reacted as if they'd wandered ...

  25. Bruins rattle Red Wings by showing how they got to Stanley Cup Finals

    The Red Wings were blanked Tuesday night in Game 3 just like they were blanked last spring against the Ducks. And as the fans filed out of Joe Louis Arena, ...

  26. Pupuseria y Restaurante Salvadoreno features filled pupusas, a national dish

    The titular pupusas — the national dish of El Salvador — are thick handmade corn tortillas that resemble pita bread more than they do Mexican tortillas, ...

  27. Couple's sex life all about the numbers

    Dear Abby: I have been married to a wonderful man for 30 years. Our marriage may not be perfect, but it's quite good.

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