Blogs can be a funny thing – as can social media in general. At best, a blog post can provide perspective and perhaps constructive criticism. At the other end of the spectrum, they can appear to attack or deride (albeit often deserved). Far too seldom, though, do they celebrate or thank or spotlight something or … Continued
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As I write this the Bears are battling the Eagles in something us Lions fans are not very accustomed to: a playoff game. Before we know it, the February Super Bowl will be a distant memory to be followed as usual by a many-month gridiron hiatus broken only by the April draft and summer camps. … Continued
Ask the doctors and the health professionals and they all say the same thing. Exercise is good for our bodies and our minds. It’s probably why they recommend us adults get at least 150 minutes of moderate or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise each week. Yet, only 23% of us do. And it’s getting harder … Continued
With the Thanksgiving holiday now officially passed, many of us continue to reflect upon what we are thankful for including at home, at work and in society at large. Those who arrived in American for the first time in 1620 famously gave thanks for their safe passage and a life free from religious and governmental … Continued
Today in Detroit radio what’s old is new again. After switching briefly to Christmas music over the weekend, 98.7 AMP Radio has a new moniker and format: “The Breeze.” Parent Entercom is celebrating the move away from Hit to Adult Contemporary music by playing 10,000 songs nonstop. It’s a move that makes sense for many … Continued
“We have to take those people in even if they are criminals. And we have hardened criminals coming in. You think those people are perfect? They’re not perfect. We have some bad people coming in, and by law, we have to take them in and then we have to — it’s called ‘catch and release,’ … Continued