The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on July 19:
“The whole area — which they call the Wild Heart of Saugatuck — is very dear to my family’s heart. There’s so much history there … and to just cut a piece of that land out, to me, is unthinkable — sacrilegious, almost.”
Can you remember the name of the counter clerk who hands you a cup of coffee every morning? Can you even remember her face?
My view is that preachers should in a sermon relate the biblical lessons for a given Sunday to the moral issues of the current times.
The divas’ report is broken down into three separate reviews. Each described her own experience.
If you’ve ever had your dinner interrupted by an annoying robocall sales pitch — and who hasn’t? — this will make you smile.
When I went to driver’s training, I swear it was like only a two-week deal. I remember my partner had been driving tractors and four-wheelers from a young age and pretty much knew exactly what she was doing.
The legal status of Eastern Christian immigrants to the United States requires special consideration, something worth keeping in mind as Chaldeans in the Detroit area fight an immigration crackdown.
Michigan lawmakers did the right thing by tackling the state's school employee retirement system last month. But now that that is off their plate, they should put reform of local government pensions at the top of their priority list.
Did you ever wonder what that means?
Like many local residents and readers of this newspaper, we lost power in the high-wind storm early last Friday morning. But we also felt powerless recently when dealing with the bureaucracy of the medical and insurance industries.
Two months ago, it sounded nearly certain that the inline hockey rink at Mercury Park was going to be removed in favor of new pickleball courts.
One of the most frightening experiences of my life took place early last Friday morning. One hundred-plus mph winds exploded loudly into our house on Burkshire Drive in Grand Haven Township.
The attraction to public spaces — such as parks, hiking trails, playgrounds, gardens, beaches and more — depends on good behavior from those who use them.
We've all laughed at someone who has dropped their phone in the toilet and wondered, “How stupid can you be?”
I have been that someone. Three times.