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The Coronavirus has brought the world to a screeching halt. Life as we once knew it will never be the same. At the beginning of this year there were horrific wild-fires that occurred worldwide destroying the natural environment and human-kind.
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With everything that is going on, here at home and overseas, it is hard to find a ray of sunshine for the start of the New Year. Usually there is something positive to get a reader’s attention. As you can see from the picture, I am reminded of olden times when they “circled the wagons”, took refuge in a Fort or behind castle walls in times of trouble. Those days are gone but we do have a “castle” in downtown Detroit.
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Despite all the horrific worldwide weather, conflicts in congress and some serious issues at home it is finally November. Time to hit the markets in an all-out hunt for the perfect turkey.
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Riding past the “Joe”, (as it is commonly called), on the People Mover I noticed the demolition of a legend was coming down slowly but surely. Almost forty years of history and one more famous Detroit landmark bites the dust!
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We are fast approaching one of the most colorful and loveliest times of the year-Fall. Beautiful, brilliant colors of red, gold, and orange. Mother Nature is preparing all of creation for a long winter’s nap.
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It seems hard to believe it’s August. The winter was long and it seemed as though we would never crawl out of our snowsuits. Finally, with the first kiss of warm weather everyone was soon down to the “bare facts”.
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It’s that time of year again with politicians offering a “rubber chicken” luncheon for folks to get votes and then afterwards everything is back to square one. This never seems to fail. Then we wonder why the nation seems to be going downhill.
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News and viewpoints as the joys of summer begin to move into the big “D" with rain and higher temperatures Red Tailed hawks make their home on the 12th floor ledge at the Michigan Central Station in Detroit Construction workers discovered two adult raptors (hawks) who built a nest on a 12th floor ledge this spring.
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To desecrate a place of worship is to strike at the heart of every human being. May, usually referred to as the prettiest time of year, will remain a memory this year as the aftermath of what occurred on April 15, 2019. The Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, France suffered a tragic fire that took two days to extinguish.
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On March 10, 2019, every one fast forwarded more than their clocks one hour. By the first official day of spring folks had already celebrated their first spring Bar-B-Cue and the kids were planning for spring break. Last month when it was still 20 degrees I noticed some hearty souls wearing shorts but they were still wearing ear-muffs — go figure. What’s the world’s favorite snack? Better Made POTATO CHIPS!
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