Hot Weekend Breakfast Links: ‘Live Downtown’ Edition
Week of July 24-30: A pilot’s 18-hour survival ordeal in Lake Huron; what a debt-ceiling impasse could mean for hospitals; Whole Foods makes its Detroit plans official; a family remakes a Gratiot Avenue eyesore; new plans for Grand Rapids’ zoo; and beating the heat with aguas frescas and cool soup.
- ‘Live Downtown’ can reshape city’s future (Detroit News)
- Detroit to set services by neighborhood condition (AP)
- U.S., Michigan, Dow Chemical form $130 million investment fund for Michigan companies (AnnArbor.com)
- Bing defends Whole Foods tax breaks (News)
- Trying a new approach to primary care: prevention (AP)
- How A Debt Stalement Could Squeeze Health System (NPR)
- Michigan fruit crop expected to surpass last year’s harvest (News)
- Cool Off With Aguas Frescas (Organic Authority)
- Summer Fest: Creamy Cucumber and Avocado Soup (Pinch My Salt)
- Some favorite M-22 roadside lunch stops (Midwest Guest)
- Lions, Tigers and Bears: The Future of the John Ball Zoo (Rapid Growth)
- The Busy Bee Garden Project, Part One (Sweet Juniper!)
- Michael Trapp’s story a testament to his sheer determination to stay alive for love of family (Saginaw News)
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