Michigan Sec. Of State Lifts 150,000 License Suspensions
It sounded like a big important announcement that Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson made, saying the office was lifting 150,000 license suspensions. But if you look a little closer, you wonder what it is that they're doing and how much real impact there is.
‘Murder For Two – Holiday Edition’ Is Back in Kalamazoo At Farmers Alley
If we ever needed a slamming door, whodunit farce, right about now would be it. And this musical "Murder for Two - Holiday Edition" which won some pretty prestigious awards about five years ago, not to mention standing ovations at the Gilmore Piano Festival, fits the bill.
Justin Verlander Is Not Coming Home, And That’s a Good Thing For Detroit
I've been reading some speculation in the Detroit media about maybe Justin Verlander coming "home". Everyone knows wife Kate Upton is from here, and a reunion at Comerica Park would make a storybook ending.
It’s The Longest Lunar Eclipse in 600 Yrs. Will Detroit Lions Win By Then?
We are supposed to have the longest lunar eclipse of the century Thursday and Friday; in fact, the longest in 600 years and because of the weather, we could very well miss it.
New Hi-Res Satellite Imagery Shows Lakes Erie, St. Clair From Outer Space
According to NASA's description, this is a hi-resolution images from outer space of Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair. You can see the sediments swirl in Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair. "The photograph taken from Landsat 9 image of both Detroit, Michigan, and Windsor, Ontario, from Oct. 31, 2021. The Great Lakes serve as sources of freshwater, recreational activity, transport, and habitat for the upper-midwestern US, and water quality remains a high priority."
Santa Visits Continue To Be Virtual At Bronner’s in Frankenmuth
Bronner's Christmastime Wonderland in Frankenmuth has announced that again this Christmas season (2021) they will be conducting virtual visits with Santa Claus via Facebook Live.
Amazing Video When Kalamazoo Hosted Pres. Bush & First College World Series
It's a story that many long-time Kalamazoo residents may have heard, especially if they followed the local baseball scene in their youth; Future President of the United States George Herbert Walker Bush played on the Yale University baseball team that made it to the College World Series in both 1947 and 1948. In fact those first two College World Series were played at Hyames Field.