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  1. Downtown Detroit revival has rocker ready to roll out

    Detroit — A big advertising agency that moved downtown and now spins Detroit's image recently made a video to hype the city's revival. That led it to interview legendary music producer Jim Diamond. For 18 years, Diamond and his Ghetto Recorders studio downtown have been among the city's most prolific ambassadors in indie rock, traveling worldwide and producing hundreds of acts who crave his 'Detroit sound.'

    • 10:43 PM, Jul. 10, 2014

    New chief Schlissel to set direction for UM

    When Dr. Mark S. Schlissel picks up the reins Monday as president of the University of Michigan, he will step into a powerful role navigating one of the nation's premier public universities at a crossroads.

    • 10:02 PM, Jul. 10, 2014

    Targeting water scofflaws fair, long overdue

    How dare those people at the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department start running their shop according to general business principles, like asking past-due customers to pay their bills.

    • 11:53 PM, Jul. 10, 2014

    Michigan Medicaid expansion exceeds 322K

    Lansing More people have enrolled in Medicaid's expansion in less than four months than were expected to sign up in the entire first year of the program, the Snyder administration announced Thursday.

  2. Fishing trip to Gods Lake, Manitoba, proves to be heaven sent

    This is about a place: wilderness Canada. And those wilds and waters mean something profound to anyone whose heart happens to mesh with the grand fishing offered by a particularly rich slice of Paradise.

  3. Future Spartan QB Brian Lewerke 'solid all week' at Elite 11

    One of the counselors at the Elite 11 was current Spartan Connor Cook. The two future teammates knew each other coming in, but had an extended opportunity to work with one another.

  4. Kildee asks U.S. to approve funds for commercial blight removal in Michigan

    Rep. Dan Kildee asked the U.S. Treasury Department to allow the state to use 'Hardest Hit' funds earmarked for foreclosure relief to be used to tear down blighted commercial buildings.

  5. Review: 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' hits new genre heights

    'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' is the sequel to a prequel to a long line of films that date back to 1968. But it's doubtful any of those films could come close to matching the visual spectacle and Shakespearean interplay.

    • 4:39 PM, Jul. 10, 2014

    Novi homeowners throw grand backyard fete at spacious every year

    Yiannis Karimalis, a well-known local hairstylist who has fixed the tresses of everyone from Queen Noor to Joan Rivers, is an avid gardener, chicken farmer, cook and chocolate maker — and party-thrower extraordinaire.

  6. House GOP starts steps toward suing Obama

    Washington House Republicans took the initial step on Thursday to sue President Barack Obama over the administration's decision to delay the employer mandate of the health care law.

  7. Get used to orange barrels, Oakland County

    Brace yourself, Oakland County, you're about to be blessed with a little more road construction. The Road Commission for Oakland County recently received $13.3 million in road funds, including $6.1 million in state Roads and Risk Reserve monies and $7.2 million in RRR moola to the Michigan Department of Transportation, which has been earmarked for county roads.

  8. Review: 'The Strain' introduces yet another vampire-zombie invasion

    'The Strain' can seem a bit strained. Partly it's the soapy sentiments laid over an old-fashioned horror yarn. Partly it's the relentless seriousness of the show.

  9. Get seeds started inside to kick-start summer veggies

    Most garden centers are out of seedlings at this time of year, so in order to grow greens and short-season vegetables, I have to grow them from seed. Some plants can be difficult to germinate outdoors in hot weather, so I presprout them.

  10. Review: 'Third Person' offers strong stories of shattered families

    There's a sense of despair, of something broken beyond repair, in the intricate 'Third Person,' written and directed by Paul Haggis, writer-director of the Oscar-winning 'Crash.'

  11. Review: Touching 'Hellion' follows a shattered family on the verge

    Director Kat Chandler never lets 'Hellion' become a fable of cheap redemption. In fact, the pain that drives the film seems to be contagious, leading to a ...

  12. Engineered hardwood flooring has several advantages

    Brazilian cherry will darken quickly to match previously installed engineered flooring, which is more stable than regular hardwood and less likely to warp or ...

  13. Society Confidential: From one beer lover to another

    The July 21 issue of Forbes features an eye-opening story, 'How to Lose $9 Billion: The Fallen Stroh Family,' ( detailing the rise and fall of ...

  14. Grown child still resents parents who skipped 'graduation'

    Dear Abby: When I was a child, my parents skipped my elementary school graduation. For that matter, everyone did. My grandfather had just died, so Mom was ...

  15. Review: Cage's 'Rage' is rotten from beginning to end

    'Rage' is a relentless mess of a film, moving from stilted dialogue to countless scenes of senseless violence with plenty of irrelevant side stories along the ...

  16. Editorial: For Legislature, from Wayne, Detroit

    Michigan's largest county and city send the biggest contingent of lawmakers to Lansing, making the choices of Wayne County and Detroit voters particularly ...

  17. Michigan, pure and simple, draws in family

    New Yorkers have the Hamptons. Californians have Big Sur. There's Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard, too. But nothing compares to our Great Lakes and the vast ...

  18. Baked beans, brisket top off a great holiday weekend

    Need a quick side dish? Instead of opening a can of baked beans and doctoring them, use Great Northern beans and spike them with whatever's available (sans ...

  19. St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church helps needy — stitch by stitch

    The members of the St. Joan of Arc Knitting/Crochet Ministry do some very serious work — helping those in need by knitting and crocheting winter accessories ...

    • 4:58 PM, Jul. 10, 2014

    Welcome Mat: The latest and greatest for your home

    Palmer Woods hosts its first garden tour, Village Potters Guild will show at Art in the Park in Plymouth, MSU Extension offers entry garden tips and more.

  20. Today's TV/radio

    4 Atlanta at Chicago Cubs, MLB

  21. Summer entertaining ideas to charm your guests

    Casual gatherings are synonymous with summer. Though easy entertaining is part of the charm, you can still make an effort to welcome your guests.

  22. Fill cracks in your concrete and mortar

    Whether you have a cement driveway or a brick home, you surely have some concrete or mortar cracks to deal with. If you hate looking at the cracks, you can ...

  23. U.S. immigration laws must have meaning

    For those of us in Michigan, where our international boundary with Canada is secure and regulated, the spectacle unfolding at the U.S. southern border is like ...

  24. Detroit's rising with investment

    While many on the outside are still lamenting Detroit's fall, the city is quietly rising higher.

  25. The court's vital role

    Two 5-4 decisions last week on the final day of the Supreme Court's term dealt with issues that illustrate the legal consequences of political tactics by ...

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