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Christmas has come early for Americans as President Donald Trump's impeachment is nearing its final steps. As the House Intelligence Committee gears up to present their evidence to the Judiciary Committee, it's as important as ever to look back and remind ourselves what happened and predict what comes next. And since the public hearings were a two-week-long nightmare, it's probably not a terrible idea to touch base and try to remind ourselves what's going on. So, without further ado, a speedy recap:
Idina Menzel is a gifted songstress who is well-respected in the world of theatre. This holiday season, she has brought her fans a holiday album titled “Christmas: A Season of Love.”
Atmospheric sounds intermingle with soft words to create a relaxed environment. Worries fade into the background, and there is nothing to do, besides listen and enjoy. This weeks playlist is trance-like. I suggest setting aside time to listen to it, and then immersing yourself into the noise.
I recently attended a children's play put on by the EMU Theater titled, “Still Life with Iris.” The play was originally written by Steven Dietz and the production at EMU was directed by Patricia Moore Zimmer.
Ewan McGregor stars as Dan Torrance in this sequel to one of the most memorable films “The Shining,” adapted from the mind of Stephen King. The original film centered around Jack Torrance and his wife and son after he accepted a position at the spooky Overlook Hotel. The supernatural forces within the hotel influenced Jack to leave his wife and child, Dan, in intensifying danger. “Doctor Sleep” fast forwards in time to focus on Dan Torrance after the first film’s events.
Can I be your legacy? See the #QueenAndSlim trailer tomorrow.
The holiday season is in full swing and everyone is rushing to get their holiday shopping done. With Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday happening recently everyone is either starting their holiday shopping or finishing it.
Wanna get in your “Feelings”? Listen to Tinashe’s newest LP titled Songs For You. The R&B artist’s fourth studio album was just released Friday, Nov. 21 and I’ve had it on repeat ever since my first listen.
Last weekend, “The Game” was played between The University of Michigan and The Ohio State University. This game is heralded as the best rivalry in all of sports, but lately it’s been less of a rivalry and more of an annual vicious beating by Ohio State.
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With the limited probability that a national health care program will pass Congress regardless of 2020 electoral victories, it could be beneficial to look at how individual states are innovating in health care as “laboratories of democracy.”
The Ann Arbor City Council approved two affordable housing developments in downtown Ann Arbor Nov. 18, two weeks after amending zoning laws to incentivize affordable housing downtown.
If I could describe the masterpiece “A Star is Born” in one word, it would be “phenomenal.” This movie was amazing from start to finish. From Lady Gaga’s performance to Bradley Cooper’s, it was a complete masterpiece.
Disney released “Frozen 2” on Friday, Nov. 22, and the “Frozen” sequel has became the top-grossing animated release from Disney and of all time.
If you haven’t heard of this new wave mixed-genre artist from Florida, you need to add all of his songs to your library as soon as possible. Dominic Fike is a 23-year-old alternative artist that listeners of almost any genre can enjoy.
I knew I needed to take a break from social media when my Screen Time report showed I was averaging six hours a day on my phone.
Slipknot is a groundbreaking metal band that released their sixth album, “We Are Not Your Kind,” in August 2019.
With the holidays coming up, many of us are stressing about being around our families and the upcoming questions and judgment. However, you can survive family events this holiday season with these five tips: First, don’t sweat the small stuff. It is okay if everything does not go perfectly. Forgot the six types of cheese everyone likes? Don’t sweat it. You’ll find the holidays much more relaxing when you don’t worry about pleasing everyone. If you find yourself worrying about every little thing, take the time to relax and breathe. Not everything has to be done the same way your parents or your grandparents did it. Everyone burns a pie now and then, and your house does not need to be perfectly decorated for everything to be okay. No matter whether everything is perfect, it will be okay.
I came across an interesting statement while scrolling through my phone the other day: Currently, all four major Detroit sports teams are in last place for their respective divisions. The first thing I thought was, “How did it get this bad?”
While scrolling through my phone the other day, I came across an interesting statement. Currently, all four major Detroit sports teams are in last place for their respective divisions. The first thing I thought was, “How did it get this bad?”