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Last year’s 49-13 rout by Cass Tech was no fluke. That’s what Novi Catholic Central found out Nov. 24 as the Technicians got ready for the rematch against the Shamrocks. Catholic Central wanted a “grudge rematch” and they got it. The Technicians built a 29-7 lead and never looked back as they silenced the once powerful Novi Catholic Central, 36-21, to win their second straight Division 1 Title in front of a ...

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Ill-conceived Hantz Farms land deal should be dropped

After a couple of years of Hantz Farms’ President Mike Score proposing a meeting between myself and John Hantz and discussion on the terms of such a meeting, early this year, I agreed to meet with Mr. Hantz, if Kathryn Underwood were present. Kathryn is the City Council’s representative on the Detroit Food Policy Council and a planner with the City Planning Commission. She has led the urban ag workgroup tha ...

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WSU class visits the Boggs Center

During the week after President Obama’s historic re-election, Wayne State University’s Urbanology: Art as Activism class visited Grace Lee Boggs at the Boggs Center. Our class, taught by Zimmerman and offered in the Department of Art and Art History, has been using Grace’s book “The Next American Revolution: Sustainable Activism for the 21st Century” in lieu of a standard textbook. We have conscientiously g ...

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Detroiter makes documentary focused on faith, spirituality and the dying process

Life after death is an age-old topic that has been widely discussed and argued — from the time of ancient civilizations through now. With countless cultural and religious beliefs guiding us through the emotionally painful process of caring for loved ones at the end of their lives, to the rituals in the care of deceased bodies and final arrangements, death is an integral component of life. ...

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Cable television: An American success story

It seems so natural today. Having cable television in our homes, giving us a vast selection of channels from which to choose, is a given condition for the vast majority of us. I can remember in my early years it was not like that. We had the three networks and a few local channels. A Black face on television doing something productive was very few and far between. When the great singer Nat King Cole got his ...

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