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Detroit Free Press / Chemical Bank Marathon: Medal Monday & Recap

The Detroit Free Press/Chemical Bank Marathon was challenging with the frigid cold 34°F start that didn’t warm much above 41°F when I finished. I was prepared to take pictures when I crossed the Ambassador Bridge into Canada but refrained when I remembered that I planned to PR this race. 218 more words

First-Ever Wedding Ceremony Will Occur at the 2018 Detroit Free Press/Chemical Bank Marathon 10/21

What: For the first time ever, the Detroit Free Press/Chemical Bank Marathon will be the site of a wedding. The engaged couple will stop halfway through their full 26.2 mile marathon race (at mile marker 13.1) where family, friends and other marathon runners will gather as they exchange their wedding vows prior to finishing the marathon. 489 more words


Annual Detroit Free Press/Chemical Bank Marathon - Oct 19-20th


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More than 25,000 runners from 48 states and 19 other countries will gather in Detroit to take part in the annual Detroit Free Press/Chemical Bank Marathon… 821 more words


Detroit Free Press Marathon New Balance runner of the week: Wil White

This was so amazing to have won the contest for that week back in June 2018. I got the message from Freep Marathon on Instagram that I had been selected. 68 more words


'I'll Never Forget It.' (via Detroit Free Press)

This article was originally published Friday, Oct. 11, 1968 in the Free Press, the day after the Detroit Tigers won Game 7 of the World Series in St.

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Aretha Franklin, the ‘Queen of Soul,’ Dies at 76 - Video

[USA Today] The “Queen of Soul,” whose impassioned, riveting voice made her a titan of American music, died Thursday morning at home in Detroit of pancreatic cancer, her niece Sabrina Owens confirmed to The Detroit Free Press. 

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"New York Poet To Give Reading At Scarab Club" (January 2, 1930)

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January 2, 1930

“New York Poet To Give Reading At Scarab Club”

The author of “Georgie May,” “Sixty Seconds” and other novels, Mr. 65 more words