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Zach Randolph calls struggling Grizzlies 'soft' after another loss

The Grizzlies' star forward wasn't happy after letting the Pistons snap a 10-game losing streak Tuesday night. Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph called out his teammates after an ugly 105-95 loss to the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday night. Show More Summary

Lions fans feel “$CRUHED” by Ndamukong’s free agent departure

Yeah, it’s going to take Lions fans a minute to let this one go. As they prepare to watch Ndamukong Suh take the money and run to Miami today, a group of billboards in the greater Detroit area have gotten a makeover. The ones which last week read “$UH?” have been upgraded to “$CRUHED,” via…

Stephen Tulloch Will Remain with Lions for 2015-16 NFL Season

Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch announced he will be back with the organization for another season to end any speculation about his status. Tulloch posted the update on Instagram: The full caption reads: Lets put all the questions and speculations to rest. Show More Summary

Not Bad Fortune. Bad Choices.

[Content Note: Rape culture.]Last month, I wrote about the processing of sometimes decades-old rape kits in Detroit, and how the dangerous indifference to processing them let at least 100 serial rapists continue to victimize people without...Show More Summary

Sanity Unplugged

(Call Center | Detroit, MI, USA) Call Center | Detroit, MI, USA Categories: Tags: Call Center Call Center | Detroit, MI, USA(A customer in what sounds to be her forties calls in for having trouble with her TV.) Me: “So, let’s start by doing a reboot. Show More Summary

Detroit Man Who Walks 21 Miles To Work Given New Car

Here's a nice follow up to a story we ran here last week. Even the cynics on Fox liked it, but I'm sure it's because they can look to James Robertson as someone who pulled himself up by his own bootstraps. Let's hope as he did that some...Show More Summary

NFL Player Andre Fluellen Talks Struggles of Becoming Born Again Christian

Andre Fluellen may not be playing in the Super Bowl on Sunday, but the Detroit Lions' defensive tackle is celebrating his victory in Jesus Christ by letting people know that they can be born again.

Ford exec reveals new F-150 Raptor packs 450 horsepower

Ford didn't disclose output figures for its new performance lineup at its reveal in Detroit, but in a recent television interview at Daytona, product chief Raj Nair reportedly let slip that the new F-150 Raptor will offer 450 horsepower. Show More Summary

VIDEO: Adam Reverie’s “Need A Moment”

Detroit remains strong and Adam Reverie is here to let everyone know why. “Need A Moment” is from his Father Son Brother Friend album, and the video has him roaming around in the outdoors to be reflective on himself, his music, and everything that is connected.

A Volt, a Bolt and juicy jolt of electricity

Drivers, if we could change the subject from the low price of gasoline for a second, let's talk about electric cars. Two announcements by General Motors at the Detroit Auto Show demonstrate that automakers remain intensely committed to the future of electric vehicles. That's part of a wild,...

Land Rover Brings Diesel Joy to Detroit With a Pair of Td6 Models

2 months agoVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

This Detroit Auto Show has been a wild one. Infiniti announced two new cars, Ford rolled out a new 2017 Raptor, the 2017 GT, and the 2016 Shelby GT350R Mustang, and now we have Land Rover jumping in to let the world know that it is bringing diesel engines to the States. Show More Summary

NAIAS 2015: Cadillac Unveils 2016 CTS-V, Plans For CLA-Fighter

Cadillac finally revealed its 2016 CTS-V performance sedan at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, but the brand also let it be known that it’s considering taking on the Mercedes-Benz CLA in the entry-level premium game, as well. The CTS-V derives...Show More Summary

Detroit Auto Show: Infiniti unveils Q60 sports coupe concept

2 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Not content to let the bigger brands steal the Detroit Auto Show spotlight, Infiniti has unveiled its Q60 concept car -- a modern take on the traditional 2+2 sports coupe.

2017 Ford Raptor Breaks Cover in Detroit

3 months agoVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

On the same day the 2015 Ford F-150 was announced as the 2015 North American Truck of the Year, Ford showed that has no intentions of letting off the throttle. Well ahead of its debut in the fall of 2016, Ford has officially taken the...Show More Summary

Chevrolet unveils its boldest attempt yet to compete with Tesla

Chevrolet isn’t content to let Tesla get all the hype for electric cars. The iconic Detroit auto manufacturer this week unveil its Bolt EV concept that’s designed to deliver 200 miles of travel per charge and that will be priced starting at $30,000. Show More Summary

Detroit Auto Show: Toyota unveils all-new Tacoma truck

3 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Not willing to let General Motors steal its midsize truck mojo, Toyota marched into the 2015 Detroit Auto Show Monday afternoon and unveiled its 2016 Tacoma truck.

President Obama: “Let’s get to work.”

Yesterday, before President Obama arrived in Detroit to talk about the auto industry’s comeback, he sent this email to supporters explaining why he’s hitting the road this week: Normally, a few weeks into January, I go before Congress to give a State of the Union and lay out a detailed agenda. Show More Summary

2015 Trend Report: Genevieve Gorder — December Maker Talk

Out: Stainless Steel, Travertine, Granite. In: Texture, Detroit, Vikings. Genevieve Gorder is in no way short on personality. At our December Maker Talk, Gorder let loose on a no-holds-barred presentation on trends. Prepare to smile from ear to ear with this hilariously cheeky video. Show More Summary

If You Pick Up A Flag, You Need A Better Explanation Than That

3 months agoSports : Deadspin

Let's get this caveat out of the way, and (in spirit) amend it to all future discussions of the picked-up pass-interference flag that appeared so crucial in the Lions' loss to the Cowboys: the no-call didn't cost Detroit the game. Failing...Show More Summary

Cowboys' other WRs cash in vs. Dez Bryant-focused Lions

ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Detroit Lions refused to let Dez Bryant beat them. They dared the Dallas Cowboys to win with other receivers. Terrance Williams and Cole Beasley seized the moment on a national stage. The Lions accomplished their goal of containing the Cowboys' most explosive weapon, holding Bryant to three catches for 48 yards. Show More Summary

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