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11 12, 2017

Henry the Hatter reopens Friday in Eastern Market

2017-12-11T16:31:02+00:00

Christine Ferretti, The Detroit News Dec. 7, 2017  Paul Wasserman, president and owner of Henry the Hatter, talks about his new Eastern Market location at 2472 Riopelle St. (Photo: Todd McInturf / The Detroit News) Detroit — Paul Wasserman hasn’t sold a hat since August. But the long-time president of Henry the Hatter expects [...]

Henry the Hatter reopens Friday in Eastern Market 2017-12-11T16:31:02+00:00
8 12, 2017

Bank of America targets Grand Rapids for growth, digital branch

2017-12-08T21:26:27+00:00

  Written by  Mark Sanchez GRAND RAPIDS — The sign in the window at 250 Monroe Avenue that reads “A new way to bank: coming soon” teases passersby of the new digital branch that Bank of America soon plans to open downtown. In a broader sense, it also offers a sign of Charlotte, N.C.-based Bank of America’s intentions [...]

Bank of America targets Grand Rapids for growth, digital branch 2017-12-08T21:26:27+00:00
8 12, 2017

Holocaust survivor to be honored in ceremony at Farmington Hills Holocaust Memorial Center

2017-12-08T21:17:50+00:00

  Holocaust survivor Martin Lowenberg will speak about his experiences in concentration camps when he is honored in a ceremony Sunday at the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills. Photo courtesy of Holocaust Memorial Center By Anne Runkle, The Oakland Press POSTED: 11/28/17 The Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills will host an event commemorating [...]

Holocaust survivor to be honored in ceremony at Farmington Hills Holocaust Memorial Center 2017-12-08T21:17:50+00:00
8 12, 2017

Caring for the aging: What it means to be my mother’s keeper – advice from a Merrill Lynch advisor

2017-12-08T20:46:58+00:00

By Maureen McDonald on 12/07/2017 As the holiday approaches it’s a good time for families to talk about aging parents, finances and what happens if one parent falls ill. Who will care for them? What resources are available? What living arrangements would work best? “We never had that ‘what if’ conversation, so it was very difficult to care [...]

Caring for the aging: What it means to be my mother’s keeper – advice from a Merrill Lynch advisor 2017-12-08T20:46:58+00:00
27 11, 2017

J Bird Smoked Meats gets new name – Same great food and service

2017-12-01T22:16:04+00:00

Danny Raskin, The Jewish News Its only change is to the name, J Bird Smoked Meats, taking over the former Yard Bird comfort food restaurant while celebrating its third anniversary. Jeremy and Paula Grandon Same owners of one-time upscale Jeremy eatery, former Yard Bird and now J Bird are still husband-and-wife owners Jeremy [...]

J Bird Smoked Meats gets new name – Same great food and service 2017-12-01T22:16:04+00:00
2 11, 2017

Consulate-General of Japan opinion on Japanese Garden With Pavilion Planned for Suburban Detroit

2017-11-02T15:26:06+00:00

A Japanese garden with a pavilion and 17 flowering cherry trees is planned for suburban Detroit. Oct. 31, 2017, at 7:34 p.m. NOVI, Mich. (AP) — A Japanese garden with a pavilion and 17 flowering cherry trees is planned for suburban Detroit. A ceremonial launch for The Sakura Garden project is Wednesday at Michigan State University's Tollgate [...]

Consulate-General of Japan opinion on Japanese Garden With Pavilion Planned for Suburban Detroit 2017-11-02T15:26:06+00:00
2 11, 2017

Central City Integrated Health receives national recognition for patient care

2017-11-02T14:13:45+00:00

By TheHUB on 10/29/2017 Jenine Walker, 57, said while she had battled depression for decades, when she came to Central City Integrated Health (CCIH) for services 17 years ago, she was about as “down” as she could be. “I had lost my job and was left without insurance and was out of medicine.” Walker was dubious about what [...]

Central City Integrated Health receives national recognition for patient care 2017-11-02T14:13:45+00:00
31 10, 2017

Doctor facing multiple lawsuits leaves country, plaintiffs’ attorney Brian McKeen says

2017-11-02T15:27:54+00:00

October 20, 2017 By JAY GREENE Yasser Awaad, M.D., the pediatric neurologist formerly associated with Oakwood Hospital and Medical Center in Dearborn and facing multiple medical malpractice lawsuits, has left employment at Beaumont Health, has left the country and returned to Egypt, according to Brian McKeen, an attorney with McKeen and Associates, who is representing dozens [...]

Doctor facing multiple lawsuits leaves country, plaintiffs’ attorney Brian McKeen says 2017-11-02T15:27:54+00:00