Detroit’s daily newspapers face another round of staff cuts; state Republicans weaken minimum wage increase and paid sick leave initiatives; and Carmack to dismiss lawsuit against Detroit and Duggan.
The gonzo-style journalist became an instant celebrity in Detroit.
The financially struggling Detroit News is trying to avoid massive layoffs.
Few journalists are willing to tackle the complex issues of race, poverty and community in Detroit like Bankole Thompson.
The box, with the stenciled words “POW,” was dropped off on the eve of the anniversary of the 1995 newspaper strike.
Conservative Detroit News columnist Nolan Finley pulls no punches, and he expects nothing less when he appears on “The Daily Show with John Stewart” tonight on the Comedy Channel.
Duggan: “I don’t know of a business executive in America who doesn’t try to recruit people they have worked with in the past and know to be honest, hardworking, and competent. That’s not cronyism – it’s sound management.”
“A family of spiders has nested in my brain and my doctors are lying about it,” the Detroit News site read.
The line between news and entertainment has become so blurred that local journalism has become a farce.
Not too shabby Finley helps raise money for the Oakland County Republican Party