After being in juvie for months because of not doing virtual homework, Grace is finally allowed to go home. But are there more ‘Grace’s’ out there?
This year’s August and November elections are high stakes. Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden even called November’s election one for “America’s Soul.” One could even argue America is as divided as it was in the 1960s, or even the 1860s when there was an actual Civil War going on. Add a pandemic and the real
Back in the late 80s, I would visit friends in Ann Arbor. On wintery weekend nights after a concert downtown, we often went to the original Espresso Royale cafe on State street. Back then, getting a fancy cup of espresso or a latte was truly a treat for me and something new to Ann Arbor,
When COVID-19 abruptly shut down Michigan last March, it also shut down our lives in numerous other ways. One of the many signs of normalcy we’ve lost since then is the simple joy of eating at our favorite restaurants. Thankfully, many places still offered take-out, but it just wasn’t the same. Now that Michigan’s stay