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Founder Judy Dowling and Interim CEO Robert Jamerson discuss the legacy of Detroit PAL and the upcoming Family Field Day Classic.

What made Dan such a great organizer? Well, he talked to people. When he had a list he called up every person. He asked them questions. He listened. He made an ask: come to a meeting, sign a petition, run for office. And if he wasn’t successful at first, he didn’t give up hope. He came back, invited you into the movement, and gave you something to do
So, yes, he did the work. But more, Dan’s organizing was sincere. He believed in…

Gail Grunkemeyer, BSN, RN, OCN, staff nurse, 8 Webber North, has been named the first ever Karmanos Cancer Institute DAISY Award recipient for her exceptional care.

The biggest pop culture event in Michigan... Motor City Comic Con... starts today and runs thru Sunday at Suburban Collection Showplace. Upwards of 60-thousand fans of the celebrities and comic books will attend, getting autographs and photo's with the celebs like Henry Winkler, Barry Williams of th

Processed foods are usually more convenient and less costly, so you'll eat more of them and gain weight more quickly, researchers say.

The internet suffered a great loss today as Grumpy Cat, its most famous cat to date, is dead at the age of 7.

The state health department warns those who visit the lakes and rivers this summer to avoid foam that may develop where P-FAS chemicals exist.
Several lakes and rivers have higher levels of the chemicals, that can leave a foam on top of the water.
Health department toxicologist Deb McKenzie-Taylor

Motor City Comic Con, Michigan’s longest and largest comic and pop-culture event, is pleased to announce “The Incredible Hulk” star will attend this year’s convention on May 17th – 19th at the Suburban Collection Showplace. Lou Ferrigno will be hosting a panel Q&A and will be available for autographs ($40) and photo ops ($60). To purchase tickets and for more information about autographs and photo ops…

Each week, Detroit music journalist Jeff Milo previews some of the best live shows happening in the region.

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business
Tesla is having a brutal year. But the company's missed sales forecasts and weakening demand shouldn't scare investors away from the electric vehicle business.
In fact, the EV industry as a whole is booming. Several major auto companies and tech giants are workin

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When some people think of summer, they’re thinking of vacation plans, trips to the beach, and family get-togethers. For many others though, summer is a very scary time
Here are a few reasons why summer is a rough season for many people in your community:
Summer = Hunger—When school is out, the meals many boys and girls depend on are unavailable. So for a family who is already having trouble making ends meet, providing extra meals for their growing children—all summer long—seems impossible.…

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Indulge in the flavors of Asian cuisine — sans the sky-high sugar and sodium — with this better-for-you recipe.

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With its refreshed app and some tricks, it’s time to make the uncoolest professional network part of your social-media routine, Joanna Stern writes.

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Issued in May 2019
We examine the impact of public sector salary disclosure laws on university faculty salaries in Canada. The laws, which enable public access to the salaries of individual faculty if they exceed specified thresholds, were introduced in different provinces at different points in time. Using detailed administrative data covering the universe of faculty in Canada and an event-study research design, we document three…

A Commentary on the 79th’s General Convention Resolution A035. Recently, I was introducing myself to a stranger, and he asked me point-blank, “Why are there so many denominations?” I do not …

My father, Dan Clawson, died unexpectedly early Tuesday morning, to my enormous grief. As yet my heart is too shattered to say anything very coherent or personal about him, but I wanted to share with this community a few things other people have said...

The troublemaking wing of the labor movement suffered two heavy blows this week with the deaths of Larry Hanley and Dan Clawson
Larry Hanley was the president of the Amalgamated Transit Union. He got his start in the 1980s as a young bus driver on Staten Island, where his local’s membership meetings were known as the “Friday night fights.” Larry was assaulted and brought up on internal charges for speaking out, but with the help of the Association for Union Democracy he beat…