CuriosiD: What is the History of Detroit's Times Square?
The Detroit Times was first published in 1900 under the name Detroit Today. After a few years, it went into receivership, and William Randolph Hearst bought it in 1921. Around that time, the paper’s name was changed to the Detroit Times The newspaper’s building was located at Cass Avenue and Times Square in the city’s downtown. Famed architect Albert Kahn designed the building, which was completed by 1929. Housing the earthshaking printing presses and a rather utilitarian newsroom, the building also had a lavish lobby designed in the Art Deco style, which was popular at the time. Across the street were Times Square Park and Times Square Bar, which was one of several local watering holes frequented by Detroit Times reporters. The paper was bought out by its rival The Detroit News in…
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What do you get when you cross a redneck and a broken car? These pictures make it pretty clear that you will get a functional, albeit ugly, car.
St. Louis Blues bring 11 yr old Laila Anderson to Boston
The St. Louis Blues' 11 year old sick super fan Laila Anderson, who has been featured at numerous playoff games in St. Louis, has been invited to Boston to join her favorite team as they compete in Game 7 against the Bruins! The mother surprises her in a tear-jerking video. Have your tissues ready!
Reading police ID man found dead off trail atop Mount Penn
Reading police have identified the man whose body was found by a group of teens off a trail atop Mount Penn on Tuesday.
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The Story of Elton John's 1975 Suicide Attempt
Elton John tried to kill himself in front of friends and family in 1975.
Board Pres: Shikellamy Principal, VP returning, Joe Walsh could be fired |
SUNBURY – The Shikellamy High School principal and vice principal are returning to school, while another employee could be fired after a senior class prank at the school earlier this month. In a statement, the Shikellamy School Board says the high school principal and vice principal are returning to school Tuesday. This following informal hearings in compliance with due process, as part of an investigation conducted by former interim Superintendent Dr. Thomas Scholvin. The principal is listed as Mike Egan, and the vice principal is listed as Brandy Wiest But the school board says it has been advised the administration will recommend the board issue a statement of charges…This in accordance with the school code to…
Mason's Law: an Illinois proposal resulting from a rural Clifton man's death
The death of a Clifton man on the verge of creating a new Illinois law Drivers who violate right-of-way rules and injure pedestrians in crosswalks in Illinois would receive a one-year suspension of their driver’s license. It’s a developing news story talked about locally before -- in response to an accident that killed an Iroquois County resident Senator Jason Barickman is co-sponsor of House Bill 2383 — referred to as Mason’s Law. The law would require a one-year suspension of a person’s driver’s license if they commit a right-of-way violation at a crosswalk or a crosswalk in a school zone that results in bodily harm or death. The legislation was filed in the House by Lindsay Parkhurst of Kankakee. It’s in response to the death of 24-year-old rural Clifton resident Mason Knorr. He…