Thu04172014

'50 Shades of Grey' movie due out next summer

The adult romance novel 50 Shades of Grey is following a trend in Hollywood and will in fact be made into a film that could be in theaters as soon as the summer of 2014. Adam Fogelson, chairman of Universal Pictures has confirmed that production is moving quickly, but methodically.

"I don't believe that [EL James] had any interest in going to a

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Local Community Leader Rallies Support for Tonya Battle

 

The civil rights movement of the 60's might be over half a century in our rear view, but how far have we really come?

A nurse's case against a medical center in Flint, MI again reminds us that the society in which we live is hardly color blind.

Tonya Battle has filed a lawsuit against Hurley Hospital for being barred from

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Detroit Could Be an Olympic Contender

Will Detroit get the ultimate Olympic Gold?

The city has received a letter from the U.S. Olympic Committee to possibly host the 2024 games. 34 other cities in the United States also got the invitation.

In considering bids from across the country to host the Olympics, the committee must determine which is most capable to

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Music review: Grant Lyle brings some beauty to the blues

The blues is about feeling. It's about locale. A state of mind. But mostly, it's about digging in, expressing pain, celebrating the sensual, mapping out life in a 12-bar structure. Grant Lyle might be playing the blues, but there's a progressive spirit that elevates his latest album, “So There,” to much higher ground. While far from p

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Does Facebook have an age limit?

Marguerite Joseph, from Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich., will turn 105 in just a few months but Facebook doesn't know that, Detroit station WDIV reports. Because of a Facebook glitch that won't allow her to input her birth year of 1908, Joseph has been 99 years old for the past two years, as far as the network knows.

"Every time I

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