Where to Eat in Downriver: An Essential Guide. The most unusual place in each of Michigan's 83 counties. Updated March 20, 2017 Posted March 20, 2017 Photo by Emily Rose Bennett | MLive.com By Jessica Shepherd | firstname.lastname@example.org If you've ever randomly stopped to gaze at a roadside attraction or planned a family trip around a visit to a "world's largest" item, this list is for you.
There are definitely more than 83 unusual sites within the state of Michigan, but we sought out the most unusual spot in each Michigan county. Yes, one interesting, worth-visiting place for each county. Perhaps you can use our guide as a summer vacation planning tool for the next several years. Women too Awesome, Awful, or Offbeat for Kids' Movies. Updated Wednesdays.
Ranking Michigan's 14 congressional districts by economic impact of immigration. MLive file photo of migrant workers picking strawberries in Van Buren County.
Economic impact of immigration in each Michigan congressional district This slideshow ranks Michigan's 14 congressional districts by economic impact of immigration, based on the taxes they pay plus their net income. It starts with the district where immigrants have the least impact and ends with the district where immigrants have the most income. What if Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Had Swapped Genders? After watching the second televised debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in October 2016—a battle between the first female candidate nominated by a major party and an opponent who’d just been caught on tape bragging about sexually assaulting women—Maria Guadalupe, an associate professor of economics and political science at INSEAD, had an idea.
Millions had tuned in to watch a man face off against a woman for the first set of co-ed presidential debates in American history. But how would their perceptions change, she wondered, if the genders of the candidates were switched? She pictured an actress playing Trump, replicating his words, gestures, body language, and tone verbatim, while an actor took on Clinton’s role in the same way. What would the experiment reveal about male and female communication styles, and the differing standards by which we unconsciously judge them?
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But this is also true for our facial muscles which tend to lose their firmness as we age. With that in mind, we at Bright Side have compiled a list of the best exercises designed to help return your face to its former glory. Warming up the muscles Just like before any other workout, you’ll want to warm up your facial muscles. For this purpose, move your lower jaw forward and backward and then side to side. 1. Open your mouth, and roll your bottom lip over your lower teeth. While performing this exercise make sure that the corners of your lips are completely relaxed. 2. A double chin is also associated with weakness of the hyoid muscles. Stick out your tongue as far as possible, and try to reach your nose with the tip of your tongue.
Do you have an accent? These are the words to try. When linguist Bert Vaux posted a corpus of words and questions on his Harvard website back in the early 2000s, little did he know that he would spawn an international meme.
The quiz was supposed to test his students’ regional American accents. Did they say soda or coke or pop? Was it a roly-poly or a doodlebug? Did they TP a house or wrap it? Do they wear sneakers or gym shoes or tennis shoes? Vaux was inspired to research the regional variations of English around the country because of his own mixed up accent. His parents were from New York and Indiana, he spent his formative years in Texas and then moved to Chicago and then moved to England as a teen. “I always liked to use ‘you all’ to address a group of people. Tens of thousands of people ended up taking that initial quiz that Vaux posted and in the years that followed after the advent of social media, hundreds of thousands more accent enthusiasts followed. Try it for yourself: Words: The Questions: How each county in Michigan got its name. Updated February 28, 2017 Posted February 28, 2017 A new map of Michigan with its canals roads distances by H.S.
Tanner (1842), Public Domain By Emily Bingham | email@example.com What's in a name? Sometimes, a whole lot of history — especially when it comes to names of places. By Beal Brothers - Visual Resources Database, Minnesota Historical Society; Public Domain The man responsible for naming many of Michigan's counties was Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, a 19th-century geographer and ethnologist who studied and wrote about Native American cultures and languages. The Resistance Calendar. R42965. R42965. School choice gutted Detroit’s public schools. The rest of the country is next. – VICE News. It was a chilly afternoon in April 2013 when Roy Roberts, a former GM executive now charged with righting the struggling Detroit Public Schools, appeared in the auditorium of Oakman Elementary/Orthopedic, a school on the city’s northwest side.
Roberts had arrived with an entourage of district officials and he didn’t waste any time with small talk. “We’ll be closing Northwestern,” he announced. About a dozen parents were there, among them Aliya Moore, the president of the parents’ organization. Moore’s older daughter, Chrishawana, was in fifth grade and her final year at the school, where she’d been since kindergarten. How Tracking Down My Stolen Computer Triggered a Drug Bust. This is a true story.
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