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Float in the air on aerial silks »

05:40 pm | BY ASHLEY LUCKEE OU News Bureau Ringstar Studio in Ann Arbor offers such classes as yoga, capoeira, which is a Brazilian mixed martial art, and aerial silks. Diane Barbeau leased the building and…

Dec 7 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

As seasons change, so do farmers’ markets »

07:52 am | Vendors at farmers’ markets offer locally grown food that supports their region’s economy. One such vendor is Ziehm Greenhouse and Produce of Romeo, which has a stand in the Flint Farmers’ Market in downtown…

Dec 1 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

Game developers follow their dreams »

07:10 am | Dirt House Gaming from Davison, Michigan, is an independent game development group creating a dungeon crawler type video game tentatively named Paradorx – Redux. Dirt House expects to have a running demo by…

Dec 1 2015 / No Comment / Read More »

Fuel-efficient drivers cry foul at parking spots (video) »

10:18 am | A new round of complaints is arising from the parking lots around Oakland University.  It appears special parking spots designated for fuel-efficient vehicles are filling up with gas-guzzling vehicles. And fuel-efficient drivers are crying…

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Felony an extra hurdle for college graduates »

10:04 pm | BY JACKY RAY OU News Bureau Some college graduates have a hard time finding a job. It’s a bigger…

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More than shopping at Great Lakes Crossing »

07:44 pm | BY ERIC SOKOL OU News Bureau Great Lakes Crossing Outlets in Auburn Hills is leading the way for the…

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Unconventional mediums inspire artists »

02:01 pm | BY MARY SIRING OU NEWS BUREAU Art has been a piece of expression since the evolution of mankind. While…

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Felony an extra hurdle for college graduates »

10:04 pm | BY JACKY RAY OU News Bureau Some college graduates have a hard time finding a job. It’s a bigger challenge when you’re felon. While people who have been convicted of a crime think that they are forever marked, it is possible to get back into school and apply for jobs. An article on helpforfelons.org lists…

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Plant-based eateries sprout in Detroit »

08:08 pm | BY ERIC SOKOL OU News Bureau Veganism and vegetarianism are becoming an easier way of life, offering an array of flavor for those seeking an improvement in personal health. “This is not a lifestyle of deprivation,” said Paul Krause, pharmacist and owner of The Medicine Cabinet pharmacy in Southfield and president of VegMichigan. “Once people…

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Trip to Japan enriches Pontiac students »

07:20 pm | BY XAVIER HERSHOVITZ OU News Bureau Eleven middle schoolers from Pontiac were sent halfway around the world and immersed in the culture of another country. Five students from Pontiac Middle School and six from the International Technology Academy in Pontiac traveled to Kusatsu, Japan, this fall. The 13-year-olds lived with host families and attended school,…

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Helen’s Closet overflows with kindness »

09:53 am | BY CHRISTIAN MILLER OU News Bureau Nestled within the confines of St. Mark Church in Warren there is a room labeled “Helen’s Closet.” Inside are two women making a world of difference. Continuing charity that began with her grandmother Helen Herzig,  Sandy Hill and her mother, Helen Derwa, distribute clothes to people who have fallen…

Dec 1 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Dessert Oasis Coffee Roasters: The culture of coffee »

01:28 pm | Looking for a place to have great food and a good time? OU News Bureau reporters have visited some distinctive eateries in Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties to learn more about what these places have to offer. Reporter Nicole Serra visited Dessert Oasis Coffee Roasters in downtown Rochester and spoke with co-owner Nathan Hamood. Tell…

Sep 24 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

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Plant-based eateries sprout in Detroit »

08:08 pm | BY ERIC SOKOL OU News Bureau Veganism and vegetarianism are becoming an easier way of life, offering an array of flavor for those seeking an improvement in personal health. “This…

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Alopecia becomes source of strength »

11:24 pm | BY ALLISON WHITEHEAD OU News Bureau Hair loss can cause low self-esteem. For Katelyn Yaczik, the journey back to self-confidence took time.…

Dec 3 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Pistons again play in Detroit »

06:46 am | BY AJ KAJY OU News Bureau The Detroit Pistons took their turn breaking in Little Caesars Arena as fans gathered from across…

Oct 26 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Hops, breweries go hand in hand »

01:52 pm | BY ERIC SOKOL OU News Bureau Your Michigan craft beer might be more local than you think — hop farms are sprouting…

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Granite leads the countertop industry »

08:01 pm | BY MICHAELA SCARSELLA OU News Bureau With its high-end appearance and low-maintenance upkeep, granite has found itself leading the countertop industry. Often…

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Oral history creates pathways to the past »

07:18 am | BY MARY SIRING OU News Bureau Stories are an inherent part of our societies and culture, seen in our values and even…

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Zeroing in at the range »

12:38 pm | BY ALYSSA STEELE OU News Bureau Shooting at a range can be a fun, recreational sport. Findings show that shooting can help…

Oct 31 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Helen’s Closet overflows with kindness »

09:53 am | BY CHRISTIAN MILLER OU News Bureau Nestled within the confines of St. Mark Church in Warren there is a room labeled “Helen’s Closet.” Inside are two women making a world…

Dec 1 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

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