Need a gift idea for a loved one this holiday season? Look no further. Public health reporter Raenu Charles shares six, local businesses where you can find a gift for anyone on your nice list.
"If music is supposed to make it easier to comprehend and articulate things that tie us in knots, 'Red' is the encyclopedia of heartbreak," writes features reporter Lily Guiney.
Growing up in Detroit, I listened to an unhealthy amount of Motown, and "An Evening With Silk Sonic" brought me back to the days my family and I would listen to Stevie Wonder with its beautiful funk and R&B sound. Feel free to call me an old head, I just enjoy good music.
"Balancing life between school, a job and military is extremely difficult and can be too much to handle at times, but I know it's nothing compared to the horrors other veterans have seen," writes city of East Lansing reporter Noah Edgar. Check out the rest of his column here.
"In addition to Michigan cultural references, the show is downright one of the funniest works of entertainment I’ve ever seen," writes sports reporter Jenna Malinowski on why "Detroiters" should be your next big television binge.
"Because of the instability presidential systems create and the constant crises of governing, the U.S. would be smart to adopt a parliamentary-style system, so the governing coalition is always aligned with the current chief executive," international relations reporter Dan Netter writes.
This one is for you, Bachelor Nation. Features reporter Lily Guiney talks the premiere episode of Michelle Young's "Bachelorette" season.
Looking for some tunes to get you in the fall mood? Look no further. Environmental reporter Jack Armstrong details why Detroit native J Dilla will "complement your fall perfectly."
"As human beings, it’s natural to be uncomfortable with things we’re not familiar with," writes public health reporter Raenu Charles. "We have preconceived expectations and biases. That’s just part of the human experience. However, as journalists, it’s our responsibility to put those expectations aside and report on what’s actually going on in front of us. We owe it not just to our readers but also to our sources, who trust us to represent them fairly."
It only makes sense that city editor Griffin Wiles and cops and courts reporter Wajeeha Kamal would write a double column to review "American Horror Story: Double Feature," the tenth iteration of the "AHS" franchise.
"When I got the email notification, my heart sank — as soon as I opened the message, I discovered that a student in my in-person math class had tested positive for COVID-19 and that I was exposed on Wednesday, Sept. 1."