The last time this happened, it was on a Sunday in 1943. What is it?

The last time an NFL game ended in a 0-0 tie. Detroit Lions v the New York Giants, November 7, 1943. Congratulations to today's winner, Peggy Kintner from Swartz Creek.


It costs more to do this common activity in Alaska than it does in any other state in the US. What is it?

Eat at McDonald's. (It's about 18% more than average in Alaska.) Congratulations to today's winner, Sandy Rundall from Flint.


Fill in the blank:  According to research, people are the most ________ between 4 and 6 pm. The most what?

Cranky. Congratulations to today's winner, Sarah Rubenstein from Fenton.


Today, this happens to people four years sooner on average than it did in the 80s. What is it?

Turning gray. Congratulations to today's winner, Michelle Schmidt from Flint.


This activity is more likely to take place in the kitchen than in any other room of the house. What is it? (Not cooking)

Having an argument. Congratulations to today's winner, Michele Cohee from Davison.

Check Out 21 Now-Defunct Stores We All Miss Going to in Michigan

With the holiday shopping season right around the corner, let's take a minute to remember all the stores that we used to go to that are no longer in business.

Jeffrey Epstein's Cabin in Northern Michigan

Gallery Credit: George McIntyre

Historic Mackinac Island Estate Can Be Your Own Private Grand Hotel For $5M

It's not the Grand Hotel, but it sure looks like a miniature version, porch and all. Cairngorm Cottage, built in 1888, is a 9600+ square-foot Mackinac Island West Bluff Victorian-era home currently on the market for $4,750,000. It features beautifully renovated and decorated rooms that come completely furnished with the selling price. The estate features 9 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, plus a completely furnished 2 bedroom, 2 bath carriage house behind the home. In addition to the magnificent porch with a breathtaking view, the new owner will enjoy a beautifully landscaped backyard with a swimming pool, hot tub, gazebo, and stone-terraced gardens. This piece of Michigan history is a must-see. Take a look! Contact Patrick Leavy of Kidd & Leavy Real Estate for more information.

Gallery Credit: Zillow

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