'Pope Meets Messiah' and 17 Other Gems from This 'Caption Me' Gift to the Internet
"Has anybody made the Hail Mary joke yet?" a Politico columnist asks. "He asked the Pope to put a pox on Ohio State," says another post. We compile 16 more.
'Getting Ed Laid,' a Comedy Film with Ed Asner, Premieres Thursday at the Maple
Asner will answer questions after the 8:30 p.m. screening in Bloomfield Township, as will screenwriter-director Deborah Pearl and executive producer Barbie Weisserman.
Orson Welles' Daughter Donates Thousands of Dad's Items to UM Collection
Some of the new items in the Orson Welles collection include personal correspondence and scripts.
'So Bummed:' Lack of Guest Speaker for UM Class of '17 Irritates Some Graduates
"We want our own speaker with our own ceremny," oe graduate says. A senior from California is "so bummed about having a video replace a human for my graduation."
Video: EMU Grad from Detroit Talks About How Stepdad's Negative Words Inspired
New graduate Daivon Reeder's shade-throwing is retweeted more than 144,000 times and has more than 590,000 "likes" in two days.
Local Filmmaker, 21, Adapts Stephen King Story for Movie
"I've grown up in Michigan," says director-screenwriter Luke Jaden. "Michigan is a beautiful place to film."
Stamm: My Tweets with This Magazine Writer, Who Defends Devil's Night Low Blow
"Fair or not, Devil's Night was part of my geographic identity" while growing up in Michigan, this Chicago essayist replies to pushback. But a Wikipedia click shows a new reality.
Prince Had a Love Affair with Detroit, Whose Residents He Called 'Motor Babies'
The demographics of the Motor City, as well as the infrastructure in place (radio, clubs, and retail) made Detroit a top market for a black artist, writes Bobby Kahn.
Driver Fined $128 for Car Running in Driveway Vows Appeal
Taylor Trupiano believes a Roseville ordinance doesn't apply to private driveways.
Kid Rock and Nugent, Part 2: Clowning at Hillary Clinton Portrait Stirs Rebukes
"There's class and there's this," tweets the editor-publisher of Crain's Detroit Business. Others also question the apparent sneers by two White House guests from Michigan.
'Screw It:' Ford Assembly Plant Shifts Are Dramatized on Detroit Stage This Weekend
"I always knew that working in the plant had the potential to be a show," says Tim Campos, a former auto worker in Saline and Chicago.
What Happens When 2 Mich. Guys Walk into the Oval Office and Keep on Their Hats?
Etiquette purists see the casualness as disrespect. Ted Nugent and Kid Rock are on the left. Sarah Palin is at right.
Juggler: City Finance Director Worked for 3 Suburbs at Same Time, and Still Serves 2
"When you hire good people they will be in demand," Novi's city manager says of the busy appointee, who also managed finances for River Rouge.
On a Spring Day in 1997, Dennis Archer Predicted What Detroit Looks Like Now
The mayor described bold ideas for reshaping downtown, but it didn't make a front-page splash. See short coverage that ran deep inside the Free Press.
Six Detroit Area Things to Do This Weekend
Flint Eastwood parties in the Fisher Building lobby Friday to celebrate her new album, "Broke Royalty."