Ex-Gov. Jennifer Granholm Named CNN Political Commentator
"Excited to be contributing my voice to CNN," ex-Gov. Jennifer Granholm tweeted.
Commentary: Protest Inauguration with Massive Demonstrations of American Kindness
"There is nothing more anti-Trump than demonstrating class and compassion," writes Eric Starkman, a former Detroit News reporter.
First Time's the Charm: Pudge Rodriguez is Going into the Baseball Hall of Fame
When you collect 2,844 hits, smack 311 homers, win 13 Gold Gloves and an AL MVP in 1999, first ballot status makes quite a bit of sense.
Update: 26 Spots Offer Detroit Restaurant Week Meals Feb 3-12
Detroit Restaurant Week launched in 2009, but skipped 2016. A rival event began last fall. Craft Work (pictured) is among participants.
Humane Society Puts $2,500 Bounty on Heartless Fiend Who Cut off Dog's Ears, Nose
“This kind of cruelty is unacceptable. We need to be a voice for these animals and as a community we need to speak through our strong actions," said Humane Society's Mark Ramos.
'A Devious Campaign?' Mocking Accompanies Outrage in Response to Fouts
Warren Mayor James Fouts has gone past anger and denial to reach the humiliation stage of political embarrassment. We wonder if acceptance is next.
Betsy DeVos 'Unprepared' for Education Post -- Brian Dickerson
"Even a truncated confirmation hearing designed to limit the nominee's exposure couldn't conceal the myriad ways in which . . . Betsy DeVos is unprepared," the Freep columnist says.
Fifth Sy Thai Restaurant Opens Friday in Capitol Park as Detroit's Second Location
“Our family has been serving traditional Thai food to metro Detroit for more than two decades," says owner Cedric Lee, introducing his second Detroit branch.
Congrats: The Dirty Show Grows Up, Turns 18
This year's show will include David Cerny, touted as "one of Europe's best-know public artists . . . an agent provocateur of the highest order."
Yes, that 'Trader Joe's Corktown' Sign Is a Hoax
It started Tuesday when local prankster Matthew Naimi posted a photo of the CPA Building with a sign tied to the fence: "Trader Joe's Corktown."
Details of Private Meeting for Pistons' Downtown Move Must Be Public, Judge Says
A lawsuit says that the Downtown Development Authority violated the Open Meetings Act by having a private meeting to approve a tentative agreement.
Gov. Snyder Touches Briefly on Flint in Speech; Rep. Kildee Blasts Him Afterward
“Shame on the Governor for not using tonight to outline additional steps that he is going to take to ensure clean drinking water in Flint," U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee said Tuesday night.
New Update: 'I Will Not Resign,' Mayor James Fouts Vows Amid an Intensifying Outcry
"We believe that it would be best for the people of Warren for Mayor Fouts to resign, and we call on him to do so," say eight elected officials representing the city.