A pre-game octopus toss at the end of the national anthem is tradition at Joe Louis Arena during the playoffs. Everyone in the building knows it’s coming. Well, almost everyone. I bet it only takes one slap on the back of the head with a slimy tentacle to remember it for all future games.
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As the media departs, so does the national interest. This is the time in every disaster that many people require a different kind of help.
If the First Family disassociated itself from a gangsta rapper, it would be a great start.
I wish I could get people like this senator to just read and consider the information as easily available as reading a Wiki page.
Another Motor City Comic Con has come and gone. And what a Comic Con it was, I hear! I wasn’t able to attend Friday or Saturday, and when I saw our story about the crazy lines and crowds, I was shocked (and, to be honest, kind of glad I wasn’t there). I have a friend … Continue Reading →
Obama didn’t play the victim card. Instead, he spoke candidly to Morehead students about responsibility and the problem of fatherless homes.
Today an individual must be willing to do more for less and get less for the more they do.
The Red Wings picked up a big victory on Saturday in Chicago and now return home for Game 3 on Monday night at 7:30 at Joe Louis Arena. Follow all of the action here as Geoff Robinson of The Detroit News provides live updates throughout the game. [liveblog]
It was an optional skate on Sunday at Joe Louis Arena. So optional that a grand total of four Red Wings (and two children) hit the ice. Here, Todd Bertuzzi battles for the puck with his son Tag.