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Muskrat Love? Detroit-Area Catholics Allowed To Eat Rodent During Lent
A long-standing permission by the Archdiocese of Detroit allows local Catholics to eat muskrat — a furry, marsh-dwelling rodent native to the area — “on days of abstinence, including Fridays of Lent.”
Detroit Asks Whether '67 Summer Was A 'Riot' Or A 'Rebellion'
The city's cultural institutions are still reckoning with that summer, half a century later.
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U.S. Judge Temporarily Halts Deportation Of Detained Iraqis
The ACLU said the move “may very well have saved numerous people from abuse and possible death."
Whoop Dreams: The Gathering of the Juggalos Documentary You've Always Wanted
Just yesterday, on the last day of my college experience, a Juggalo girl made herself known in my sociology class. Juggalos are everywhere and can be anyone. You could be a Juggalo and not even know it.
Dear RTA: Please Get Transit Right
Our hats are off to the legislature. Defying hyper-partisan stubbornness, the Senate, and then the House, approved bills to create a regional transit authority for Southeast Michigan, at long last. What are the next steps?
Regional Transit Authority For Metro Detroit: Bill Passes In Michigan House
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has said that an RTA must be in place before developers of the M-1 Woodward Avenue
Kid Rock Shoots Music Video At McLouth Steel In Trenton
Trenton resident Kristen sat in her car near Sibley Gardens waiting impatiently for a glimpse of her idol as she stared into
Local Debutante Ball Promotes Health, Beauty & Self-Esteem
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Last month, Full & Fabulous Organization hosted "A Rose Is Still A Rose" debutante ball, presenting 13 metro Detroit girls as poised young women with a renewed sense of self-esteem.
Metro Detroit's Best Beaches For Summer Fun (PHOTOS)
With national vacation destinations like Traverse City and Petoskey right in our backyards, Metro Detroit's array of freshwater
Boy Called 'One-Man Crime Wave' After Admitting To 60 Rochester Car Break-Ins
Detective Lt. Ray White from the Oakland County Sheriff's Office called the boy a "one-man crime wave" in describing his
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A Will for Transit in Metro Detroit
For a decade or more, the Detroit region has talked about building a regional transit system. As it stands today, nothing has been built. So what is the remedy to Detroit's struggles to move forward on regional transit?
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