Lengel: My Encounters with James Nichols, Brother of Bomber Terry Nichols
James Nichols, brother of Terry Nichols, who was convicted in the 1995 Oklahoma bombing, died Tuesday at 62.
Valentine Verses: #DetroitLoveLetter Tweets Show Pride, Sass and Humor
With more than a bit of pure Detroit grit, these four-line tweets show off local wit. [Photo by Sister Pie]
Video: '12th and Clairmount' Documentary About 1967 Detroit Premieres Next Month
The project team includes writer-producer Bill McGraw, a Deadline Detroit co-founder now at Bridge Magazine. The film, which uses home movies, will be at Detroit Film Theatre.
Hazel Park Superintendent Defends School After Refs Abruptly End Basketball Game
“Somebody’s trying to make Hazel Park look bad, the school look bad. . . . The official was the aggressor," Schools Supt. Amy Kruppe says.
Update: Nonstudent 'Admitted Her Role' in Hitler Cards Giveaway, CMU Says
"With heavy hearts and great embarrassment, we apologize," the university president says. "The journey toward diversity, inclusivity, respect, peace . . . at times seems endless."
Update: Critic Derides Detroiter Who Wants Ford Field Roof Light 'Blight' Shut Off
"Does downtown privilege blind downtown residents to literally everything else going on in Detroit? It sure seems like it sometimes," magazine editor Aaron Foley says.
Guest Column: UM President Should 'Close the Gap in Trust' -- Faculty Member
"The University does not appear to be able to prevent the hateful acts targeted at marginalized communities on campus," writes Austin McCoy.
Update: UM Is 'Committed to Protecting Students' -- President After Hate Emails
"The most important thing you can do right now is stand together and call out this bullshit," the university president tells students outside his home around 12:45 a.m. Wednesday.
Native of Detroit's East Side Is One of the Stars of Comedy Central's 'Detroiters'
"She's so good, right?" says Tim Robinson, a "Saturday Night Live" alumnus, of his onscreen spouse, reports Julie Hinds of the Detroit Free Press. "She's such a good actor."
Fess Up: How Many of These 'Detroit Commandments' Do You Obey . . . or Break?
Meaningful and mock commandments about Faygo, Better Made, Comerica Park, the Lodge, Big Sean and Eastside Cheddaboyz are tweeted by local loyalists. We share over a dozen examples.
Review: 'The Lion King' Brings the African Safari to Life at the Detroit Opera House
"When the lights go down at the Detroit Opera House and the opening notes to “Circle of Life” are belted out, the winter doldrums go away," writes Joey Yashinsky.
Guest Column: 'I Am Not Expected to Succeed,' This Southwest Detroit Teen Writes
"For my family, the fight for a better education did not stop at the border," writes Diego Navarrete, a National Honor Society member and son of Mexican immigrants.
2 Adventurers Enjoy Risky Stand-Up Paddling Thrills on the Icy Detroit River
John Soberal and Courtney Summerfrost get a distinctive view of Detroit from their paddleboards. (Photo by Connor Gagne)
Grievance Commission Accuses Attorney Mike Morse of False and Misleading Tactics
The Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission is accusing Mike Morse of false and misleading tactics in signing up and representing an accident victim with traumatic brain injury.