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July 30, 2014

When the sun heats up, cool off with a fun picnic spread outside

When the sun heats up, cool off with a fun picnic spread outsideWith plenty of summer left to enjoy, there’s no time like the present to take mealtime al fresco for a good old-fashioned picnic.While the concept of picnicking is basically the same, there are lots of new and ...Read More

July 23, 2014

Transitioning summer styles into fall fashion

Transitioning summer styles into fall fashionMETRO DETROIT — It seems the moment the fireworks have died down and the last hot dog has been eaten after Independence Day, retailers immediately set their minds — and their displays — to autumn.For some, ...Read More

July 16, 2014

Enriching tiny minds

Enriching tiny mindsMETRO DETROIT — Learning doesn’t have to start at the first day of school.Experts say it should start much earlier, and there are a variety of resources parents can use to spark enrichment in toddlers, ...Read More

July 9, 2014

Animal behaviors could stem from complicated emotions

Animal behaviors could stem from complicated emotionsMETRO DETROIT — Sometimes, when Fido just can’t seem to grasp the concept of sit, stay or “Good grief! Hold it until you get outside,” it’s time to call in an expert.Pet trainers and obedience ...Read More

July 1, 2014

Scientists explain why urban areas can’t enjoy all of the galaxy’s glory

Scientists explain why urban areas can’t enjoy all of the galaxy’s glory  One of the best things about summer is spending warm nights outside underneath the glittering stars. But, as most people in metro Detroit know, it can be hard to pick out more than a handful of stars on a given night, much ...Read More

June 25, 2014

Make Mother Nature your cruise director

Make Mother Nature your cruise directorMETRO DETROIT — For most Michiganders, summer means spending time with family and friends outside in our state’s extraordinary landscape.Not enough of us, however, think of ways we can work to preserve that ...Read More

June 18, 2014

Sippin’ the summer away

Sippin’ the summer awayMETRO DETROIT — While the kids make a mad dash for the popsicles this summer, odds are that parents will also be reaching for their own summer refreshment to cool down with.With each season, bartenders change up their ...Read More

June 11, 2014

Readers recall tidbits they learned from dear ol’ Dad

Readers recall tidbits they learned from dear ol’ DadMETRO DETROIT — The position of “dad” comes with a long list of job requirements: provider, supporter, healer and occasional monster exterminator. But perhaps no task is more important for a father than ...Read More

June 4, 2014

Water warnings: Sheriffs float tips on boater safety

Water warnings: Sheriffs float tips on boater safetyMETRO DETROIT — If the past few weeks of summer-like weather have you longing for the lakes, you’re not alone. Michigan’s boating season is in full swing, and local law enforcement agencies are making sure ...Read More

May 28, 2014

Parks and barks

Parks and barksMETRO DETROIT — Julie Sherwood, of Clawson, had no idea three years ago that the puppy she adopted from a local animal shelter was a bit of a social diva. She learned the hard way.“When I first got Brighton, she ...Read More

May 21, 2014

Golf phone apps changing the way we play the game

Golf phone apps changing the way we play the gameMETRO DETROIT — It used to be a faux pas to be seen checking your cellphone while playing golf, let alone having it in sight of your fellow players — a clear signal that the birds wouldn’t be the only thing ...Read More

May 14, 2014

Going for the gold in their golden years

Going for the gold in their golden yearsMETRO DETROIT — Michele Monson, of Milford, is glad to have a few nights of rest. Just days ago, she was stuck inside an arena watching hockey players speed back and forth across the ice in a three-day-long hockey ...Read More

May 7, 2014

Motherhood: Body, mind and spirit

 Motherhood: Body, mind and spirit METRO DETROIT — There’s a good reason Mother’s Day is one of the most popular gift-giving holidays in the United States — moms do a lot. They teach, they feed, they listen, they heal, and of course, ...Read More

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July 30, 2014

Man rescued from trench collapse, treated for minor injuries

Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration inspectors are investigating a trench collapse in West Bloomfield after a construction worker was rescued July 29.According to West Bloomfield Fire Chief Jay Wiseman, ...Read More

Spotlight on Sports

Bloomfield Hills graduate, Pilibosian, has signed on to swim for NCAA Division I program

Bloomfield Hills High School graduate Mary Pilibosian has earned the opportunity to swim at the NCAA Division I level, as she has signed with Oakland University.Through her junior year in high school, Pilibosian swam for ...Read More



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