I've heard so much about Philly cheese steak, I decided to travel to Philadelphia to find the best! My son is rowing in a big college regatta called "Dad Vail" and we are taking in the sights of the city of Brotherly Love
Still feeding your two-year a bottle? What seems like a good idea now could have negative consequences down the road. A new study suggests that bottle use after the age of two increases the odds of having an overweight child.
The Wealthy Street Farmer's Market is just another example of the "If you build it, they will come" principle. With all of the revitalization going on in the area, organizers would like to start a healthy tradition for "years to come". The new Farmer's market will open Thursday, May 19 in a parking lot adjacent to Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital, 431 Cass Ave. SE.
photo by Gene Parker
I didn't know Milan Capobianco. She was the precious daughter of Philip and Sharyn Capobianco and little sister to Delano. She was just 8 years old when she died in February, 2009 of an inoperable brain tumor. I had the chance to photograph some of the folks who loved her Sunday at Milan's Miracle Run/Walk at Millennium Park. It was a beautiful day for an event and over 500 walkers and runners turned out to raise funds to fight pediatric cancer.
Opera? Who knew? I went to the Dress rehearsal of The Barber of Seville presented by Opera Grand Rapids. It was my first time. Up until the cast took their final bows and the curtain closed, I wasn't sure I'd make til the very end
The Big House at the University of Michigan may be getting bigger. Rumors are flying the Football Stadium in Ann Arbor would add about 6,000 seats in the near future. U of M Athletic Director Dave Brandon said the school was looking at possbily adding a "few seats"
I never been to the opera before, but I have seen an adaptation on TV. Bugs Bunny, of course. Most of us of a certain age remember Bugs doing a hair dance of the top of Elmer Fudd's bald head. The music from that memorable cartoon is hard to forget
Were you shocked or saddened when gas prices crossed the four dollar mark yesterday? Given what's going on, I wasn't surprised. But according to GVSU economist Paul Isely, gas prices are near their ceiling for this year.
He's wears the sweater vest than has been the thorn in the University of Michigan's side the last seven years. Well the sweater of Ohio State University Football Coach Jim Tressel may be unraveling as the NCAA notified the school Monday it was going after the coach for "lying and withholding information" so five of his star athletes could continue to play
When it comes to Katie Courtic, it's all over but the shouting. It is said that Couric will make official what others have rumored for months; she's leaving CBS Evening News to pursue other opportunities. Someone in the know reportedly told EW Katie will confirm plans this week to leave CBS. Couric's contract is up in June.
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