The Detroit Lions are upgrading their turf, with FieldTurf Classic HD, for the first time since Ford Field opened in 2002. It looks great but aren’t wood floors the “in” thing right now?
Scenes that caught the eye of Detroit News photographers
In this diptych from the Belle Isle Aquarium (America’s oldest operating aquarium, opened in 1904), Seven-year-old Carter Langdon of Macomb Township admires a flowerhorn cichlid fish, a variety of fish which no longer exists in the wild. Meanwhile, MSU grad student Ben Kamphuis looks away toward fish in an adjacent tank. In the bottom photo, … Continue Reading →
With Tomas Holmstrom retiring today, I put together a photo gallery of a few images from his career. But this one is one of my favorites. The man took a pounding on a regular basis and kept coming back for more. You cannot teach that, you have to just want to win that much. After … Continue Reading →
I guess when your name is scripted in gold on the front of a car, you have every right to jump on in, even if it’s a 1903 Model A, the oldest surviving Ford vehicle, which will be on display at the Ford exhibit at the NAIAS. Ford Motor Company Executive Chairman William Clay Ford Jr., … Continue Reading →
Still photographers and videographers are silohuetted in front of a huge video showing the open road and the Grand Canyon during the presentation of BMW’s new designs during the first media day at the 2013 North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center in Detroit on Monday, January 14, 2013.
During Michigan’s 16th consecutive victory, 62-47 over Nebraska, freshman Mitch McGary rose to the rim determined to dunk, but alas the ball rang off the rim.
I love it when the snow monkeys at the Detroit Zoo do their best McKayla Maroney imitation, the guy on the right nailed it and I am impressed!