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Put away the snow shovels and those wool mittens, spring is just round the corner. Daylight Saving Time will bring few extra “winks of sleep”. Compared to the horrific weather in other states Michigan is doing well. Let’s hope old man winter doesn’t decide to have a last laugh.
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January leaves the “D” in a vice-grip of frigid sub-zero weather. This morning the lowest temperature recorded at Detroit Metro Airport was-4 with a wind chill factor of 40 below.
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Happy New Year every one! Looks like we had a wet, cold and windy beginning to this year. It is now nearing the end of January and this morning it is a frosty 3 degrees. I’m glad outhouses are ancient history; at least in our neck of the woods. Can you imagine a frostbitten “seat” on a frigid morning?
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Saturday, February 23, 2019, The Detroit Blues Heritage Series will present Mardi Gras/Zydeco Blues. This event will take place at the Historic Scarab Club, 217 Farnsworth in Detroit’s Cultural Center from 2PM until 4 PM. A $7.00 Donation is requested.
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A Handy Guide To Take With You When Shopping. It’s a new year and I predict in 2019, a big technology shift will finally begin. Let’s start with the television set. If you don’t have a flat screen or are looking for another one, the week or so before the Super Bowl can be a great time to upgrade your television, as you can find the type of deals that you may have passed over during the holidays. Buying a new television can be an intimidating endeavor. You need to figure out your budget, the...
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Free December Events in Beacon Park
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Want to join in supporting a good cause? We are raising money to sponsor 10 kids to attend Avengers 6 week Summer Camp 2019 free of charge.
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Very recently, I had a session with a couple that was relaying to me how their holidays typically go. With both Thanksgiving and Christmas, the two of them stop at no less than 5 or 6 different households in 1 day. My jaw about dropped to the floor, as they regaled me with how the day unfolds, beginning at 9 a.m. and not stopping until well after midnight (and mind you, they eat at every household).
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The weather has finally turned the corner — exchange that daring bathing suit for a snow suit. There are a few diehards who can be seen in December wearing Hawaiian shorts and there is a foot of snow on the ground. Weather wise I have heard that we are in for very cold temperatures. Have you noticed that there is a real “bite” in the air even though the temperature is not real cold?
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October and November Events at Beacon Park
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