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Duck Dynasty and the Misunderstanding of Rights in the Workplace

A&E recently suspended Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson "indefinitely" for comments he made in a GQ interview regarding his views on homosexuality and race relations.  This suspension and those comments erupted into a cultural firestorm. The bulk of that discussion, however, was based...

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Michigan Film Battles Captain America

Making movies in Michigan is nothing new, but this weekend a film opens that has the potential to positively impact both the local economy and image of the state in a unique and ongoing manner. Jinn is the brainchild of...

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American Dryer Innovation May Prevent Flu from Spreading

This has been a particularly brutal cold and flu season, but hope is on the horizon. There is one relatively new Michigan-made product that can really help us protect ourselves from the spread of germs and disease. It’s the Extreme...

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Spirits Are Rising in Michigan

With new wineries and breweries continuously popping up all over the state, most Michigan residents are acutely aware of the opportunity to savor local brews or sip a little fruit of the vine, yet many are surprised to learn of...

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Can Fashion Designers Battle with Samurais?

When most of us think of Samurais we picture strong men, clad in metal in ancient times. Not exactly the making of modern day fashion, but not so fast says the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA). The DIA is partnering...

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12 Things to Do in Michigan in April

Spring is finally here and it brings with it a bunch of fun opportunities around the state.   April 4-5 Battle of the Glassblowers – Kalamazoo It’s always cool to watch an artist at work, especially when you get to see something as...

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12 Sure Signs of Spring in Michigan

Like Virginia at Christmas time, more so than ever, residents of the Great Lakes State are starting to doubt that it exists this year, but yes Michigan, there is a spring. It is finally upon us on the calendar, and...

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March Means Michigan Maple Syrup

Long before European settlers arrived in the land known as Mishigamaa, natives were flavoring their food with the sweet sap of maple trees. Today, Michigan ranks 5th in maple syrup production in the United States, averaging about 90,000 gallons per year. In...

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12 Things to Do in Michigan in March

They say March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. Here’s hoping the lamb portion comes very soon. In the meantime, these fun events are worth checking out.   March 4 Pączki Day – Hamtramck Some see it as a...

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How Does Beer City USA Celebrate St. Patrick's Day?

Let’s face it, St. Patrick’s Day and beer go together like Thanksgiving and turkey. It’s hard to imagine one without the other, which makes Grand Rapids quite a destination for Irish revelry in March. The craft brewing industry has been on...

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12 Things to Do in Michigan in February

Frigid winds may still be blasting our way in February, but that doesn’t stop Michiganders from having a blast. These are just a dozen of the many awesome entertainment options from which to choose throughout the state. Feb 1-2 International 500 Snowmobile...

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What Changes Are in Store for Detroit's Belle Isle?

I’ve been going to Belle Isle for as long as I can remember. It’s a peaceful respite from city life, seemingly floating in the Detroit River. At any time of year, the island offers spectacular views of both downtown Detroit...

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Ode to a Super Bowl Party Thrown Michigan Style

Across our state fans are preparing for a game and a feast, Even though they may not care who wins in the least. It’s all in good fun and provides quite an excuse, To gather with friends and family to really cut loose.   As...

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Michigan's Magical History and City

Legendary magician, and master of the great escape, Harry Houdini died in Room 401 of Grace Hospital in Detroit on October 31, 1926. Medically speaking, he died of peritonitis from a ruptured appendix. Given his profession, the fact that he...

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5 Big Reasons to Visit Mackinac Island in the Fall

Another season is winding down on Mackinac Island, and while the ferries may be heading into drydock, now is the perfect time to add an autumn visit to the island to your “bucket list” for 2014 and beyond. As a kid...

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