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You don’t need a stethoscope to be a lifesaver

Did you ever wake up and think, “I am going to save a life today”? Surely paramedics, nurses and doctors believe this is a real possibility on any given day. But did you know that when it comes to sudden…

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Kick off Thanksgiving right with one of these 11 great Turkey Trot races in Michigan

Each Thanksgiving Day, my wife and I join up with friends for one of our favorite rituals of the year. No, I’m not talking about the Thanksgiving feast — that comes several hours later — but rather the ritual of…

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Weekend Hot Links: the War of 1812 and the battle of Detroit

Week of Aug. 12-18: Fresh off becoming the first U.S. woman to ever win an Olympic Gold Medal in boxing, a documentary about 17 year-old Flint resident Claressa “T-Rex” Shields is in production after reaching its fundraising goal on Kickstarter. (Indiewire) Former…

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Still Plenty of Last-Minute Volunteering Opportunities for Thanksgiving in Michigan

Thanksgiving is devoted to celebrating what you’re thankful for, which makes it a perfect opportunity to lend a helping hand to the less fortunate among us. While many soup kitchens, homeless shelters, food pantries and the like have already filled…

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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at These Events Across Michigan

While Cinco de Mayo is commonly misunderstood to be Mexican Independence Day, May 5 actually marks the date in 1862 when an outmanned, overmatched Mexican militia succeeded in crushing Napoleon’s French army at the Battle of Puebla. Today, Cinco de…

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