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A Voice of Colorado No. 260 Version 5.0:

Several e-mails recently regarding a series of comments posted to the Disqus channel belonging to a newspaper published by Digital First Media, which explicitly asserted that anyone who voted for or supports the President of the United States of America is “a Neo-Nazi”. 85 more words


Madison Heights blogger brings writers together at Rust City Book Con

Rachel Moulden for Digital First Media

Jackie Morgan, a Michigan book blogger at Literary Escapism, comes from a family of readers.

“I’ve read so many types of books over the years,” the Madison Heights resident says. 500 more words

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A Voice of Colorado No. 144 Version 5.0:

Thank you for the detailed information regarding your experience with an employee – I believe they prefer the pro-Communist term “worker” – of Digital First Media. 126 more words


Herb Boyd surveys the rich history of the city in new book “Black Detroit”

Rachel Moulden for Digital First Media

Herb Boyd lives a busy life as an activist, author and academic. He keeps one foot in the classroom by teaching history and culture at City College of New York, and spends the rest of his time writing, researching and demonstrating — which he’s done for the past 32 years. 576 more words

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Local Author Releases Newest Book in Bestselling Mystery Series

By Rachel Moulden for Digital First Media

Ferndale author Donald Levin has always had a strong passion for the written word. Originally born in Massachusetts, the writer moved to Detroit as a small child and spent his days weaving together exciting fiction stories. 701 more words

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A Voice of Colorado No. 100 Version 5.0:

Given the lifespan of most blogs publishing 100 posts is a milestone worth noting.

It is also appropriate to note that since I started writing for this blog the number of followers has increased, along with the number of responses to a given post. 507 more words


Hearst acquires New Haven Register, other newspapers

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Hearst has announced it has acquired the New Haven Register and other newspapers from Digital First Media.

The Register Citizen, of Torrington, and The Middletown Press were also acquired in the deal announced Monday. 99 more words