I’ll be in Ann Arbor this weekend. Schedule is tight but you’ve got my number.
Jason Pesick has been thinking about Drinking Liberally … and blogging … and local politics. The overall piece is a bit convoluted, but I appreciate his mentions to some of my pet issues. The Daily also has this long op-ed on student voting which I haven’t made my way through yet, but I hear is […]
A reader who found my post on the recipe for Chipati says I am missing an ingredient: I was looking on your site one day in my quest to find the recipe for chipati sauce. I tried the ranch dressing and red hot but that wasn’t exactly it. The missing ingredient is none other than […]
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The University of Michigan is opening a new facility in Detroit with a reception on Sept. 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. The center is located on Woodward Avenue in downtown Detroit. The University used to maintain the Rackham Building (built by the same Rackham who funded the building in Ann Arbor), but they have […]
From Detroit’s WDIV: DETROIT — Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick said Thursday afternoon that the city would open its doors for victims of Hurricane Katrina, Local 4 reported. Kilpatrick said he has been working with Alphonso Jackson, the secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and other White House officials to find local […]
As a number of people have emailed to tell me, the ACLU announced that two peaceful Michigan political groups – BAM-N and Direct Action – were mentioned in an FBI report about domestic terrorism: The document released today is an FBI report labeled, “Domestic Terrorism Symposium,” and describes a meeting that was intended to “keep […]