X

Detroit City Limits | What's Going on in Detroit

Archive by author: Michelle FallenaReturn
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.
Read More
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.
Read More
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.
Read More
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!
Read More
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.
Read More
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.
Read More
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?
Read More
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?
Read More
On August 16, 2018, Detroit and the nation was devastated to learn of the passing of Motown legend Aretha Franklin. She was the “Queen of Soul” to the countless millions who loved her. Immortalized in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame she will remain a part of Detroit’s infamous history. Her music will always reverberate in the hearts of her people.There has to be a special place in heaven for the innumerable show people who have shared their many talents with the world. To coin an old phrase –...
Read More
Where has this year gone to? Pretty soon it will be time to change the clocks and start shopping for our thanksgiving bird. Summer has been different with its hot/cool and rainy weather. They say we can expect more of the same in the future. I hope our readers checked out the Google website on global warming. It’s certainly “food for thought”. We cannot change the damage that has already effected the environment but we can do something about the future. Provided that the “powers that be” pa...
Read More
Page 1 of 3 FirstPrevious [1]

Search

Archives