Winter is upon us. Winter gets a bad reputation for being cold and in Michigan it means driving on terrible roads.
Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends and the best home cooked meal imaginable. It’s also a time to remember what you’re thankful for and the wonderful things and people you have in your life. But many people may not have as much to be thankful for.
There are few things in this world that make me cringe. The phrase “Black Friday shopping” is one of them. I guess I can’t be too hard on the shopping aspect of the day because I’ve never been able to do it. I was always the miserable person working.
This point in the semester can make or break a grade. Staying on top of things can be much less stressful if you stay organized. Final exams and term papers are almost a month away, too close for comfort if you ask me. The good news is organizing and preparing for finals is something you can start doing now.
The problem I have with most pubs or bars is that I can either get great food or great beer, but never both. The Wurst Bar, 705 W Cross St., has solved that problem for me with a variety of menu options and a fantastic beer list. It ranks high on my list of local bars.
Networking is an important skill for many careers and areas of life. That being said, many people don’t know how to start the process of networking and use these skills to their advantage. In Ron Sukenick and Ken Williams’ book “21 Days to Success Through Networking,” real life situations are used to show readers how to utilize networking in their personal and professional lives.
“Paddle Your Own Canoe” by Nick Offerman is a hilarious and charming guide to living life deliciously.
“Asterios Polyp” is the name of the main character, a professor of architecture at Cornell University in Ithica, N.Y. Polyp’s apartment burns to the ground after being struck by lightning.
“Phantom Lady” by Cornell Woolrich is a murder mystery full of suspense, horror and psychological twists and turns.
The movie “Carrie” was originally released in 1976 based off the novel by Stephen King. A remake of the movie was released on Oct. 18 starring Julianne Moore as Carrie’s religious mother, while Carrie herself is played by Chloë Grace Moretz (“Kick Ass”).
Imagine having no identity – no sense of self, gender, race or even a name. In David Levithan’s novel “Every Day” that’s what the main character, simply known as A, has to experience. Every day of A’s life is lived differently, in somebody else’s body.
Fall is officially here. That means a new semester, pumpkin spice-flavored everything and time to break out your jackets and boots. But don’t forget about the seasonal beers.
If you had walked into Corner Brewery at 7:30 p.m. last Thursday, you would have been greeted by a unique ambiance.
Writing poetry can be difficult. Unique ideas that haven’t been done before are hard to come by sometimes, and the dreaded writer’s block kicks in. I had all but given up on writing creative poetry when I discovered that there is a way to make poems without having to write them. You can “find” them.
If you’re like me you often have trouble when trying to find unique gifts for those hard-to-buy-for people in your life. Well what if there’s a gift shop right here in Ypsilanti that can help you with that problem?
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