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Princess Di’s Dresses in the Archives?

At Cranbrook Archives, much of the work we do—processing manuscripts, arranging documents, scanning photographs—all have a rather similar procedure: repeat.

There is plenty of magnificence to be found in the mundane though. 300 more words


Playing Through the Pain

By Charlotte Hoppen

“Any athlete who exhibits signs, symptoms or behaviors consistent with a concussion (such as loss of consciousness, headache, dizziness, confusion, or balance problems) shall be immediately removed from the contest and shall not return to play until cleared by an appropriate health care professional,” the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) states. 2,231 more words


Taubman Art Collection Up for Auction

Sotheby’s has the honor of auctioning a prized Motown icon’s art collection on Nov. 4th. It’s the personal collection of A. Alfred Taubman, the shopping mall magnate.   133 more words

Free White Boy Rick


Richard Wershe Jr is finally coming home soon. It’s been long over due for a clean Judge in Detroit to stand up and say the sentencing of Life imprisonment for is “Unconstitutional.   401 more words

Photo Friday: Reporting the News in Style

Archivists never know what we might run across during the course of our daily work, which is, of course, part of the allure of the job! 166 more words


The Real Truth Rick Wershe, Jr. aka Whiteboy Rick

Who do you Love? Justice or Injustice.

We have been begging for “Justice” in our Judicial system. The opportunity has risen. Rick Wershe, Jr. a 14 year old white boy groomed by the FBI until at age 17 they locked him up for LIFE to shut him up. 122 more words

Snyder Goes to China by Tom Watkins

A piece by my friend Tom Watkins here.

I strongly agree that harsh confrontation between the US and China will only be the result of a scared and myopic world view. 122 more words