In December 2008, my dad was involved in a very serious car accident that almost killed him. He barely survived when the drunk driver slammed into him at 55MPH, but the life he'd known was gone in an instant.
We're just a couple of short days away from celebrating America's 237th Birthday, and you're bound to see the American flag everywhere you look. We've all been told many things about the flag but most of them are, in fact, wrong!
It's very easy to over indulge in Flint bashing these days, but it takes real effort to portray our struggling city and the Flintoids that refuse to budge with humor and sensitivity. That's exactly what Gordon Young, Flint native turned author, manages to do in his new book 'Teardown: Memoir of a Vanishing City.' Gordon Young was interviewed recently on Mornings With Rod & Steph. Get details and the interview here.
Think about this next time you shake someone's hand, grab a door knob, or use an office phone; a just released study conducted by Michigan State suggests that there are a lot of germ spreading hands out there!
Fred Rogers retired from an iconic television career over a decade ago, but PBS brought the legend back to life with a modern twist last year. Now, a decade after his death, a second auto-tune remix has been released.
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