Monthly Archives: July 2018

Build-A-Bear Workshop Cuts Off Lines On Pay Your Age Day « Detroit News Watch

(CBS Local)– Pay Your Age Day didn’t go as expected for Build-A-Bear-Workshop. Massive lines all around the country have forced the retail company to close off lines. The company released the following statement on its website. “Per local authorities, we cannot accept additional Guests at our locations due to crowds and safety concerns. We have closed lines in our U.S. ...

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Marijuana Tourism About to Light Up in Windsor, Making Crossings Complicated –  Deadline Detroit

It won’t travel well. (Deposit photo) Marijuana becomes fully legal in Canada in October. And if you believe polling, Michigan may soon follow. Two countries of one mind, with a few minor issues to work out at the bridge and the tunnel? Think again.  The Washington Post looks at complications legal weed poses at international borders, particularly those ...

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MI Lottery 7/11/18 « Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (AP) – These Michigan lotteries were drawn Wednesday: Classic Lotto 47 01-08-12-15-18-41 Estimated jackpot: $2.25 million Poker Lotto AC-6C-6H-5S-7S Midday Daily 3 3-1-6 Midday Daily 4 6-7-5-5 Daily 3 5-5-2 Daily 4 6-6-0-5 Fantasy 5 01-04-07-29-34 Estimated jackpot: $105,000 Keno 01-07-10-17-18-21-22-23-25-30-33-35-42-45-46-55-57-58-62-66-67-80 Mega Millions Estimated jackpot: $340 million Powerball Estimated jackpot: $90 million © 2018 Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. ...

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It Sure Is Easy — and Fun — to Mock Detroit Rail Depot Articles –  Deadline Detroit

We enjoy games, especially wordplay. Toss in visiting journalists as a target for fun-poking and we’re all in. So Kate Abbey-Lambertz of Detour Detroit, a scrappy newsletter off to an entertaining start since spring, hooks us with an inspired diversion labeled “Train Station Mad Libs, Sorta.” “Decay” is preferred by seven out of 10 journalists, Detour ...

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NASA, Northern Michigan Team Up To Measure Earth’s Radiation « Detroit News Watch

MARQUETTE, Mich. (AP) – NASA has teamed up with a Michigan university and installed equipment on a Lake Superior island to measure Earth’s radiation. Northern Michigan University says NASA’s Clouds and the Earth Radiant Energy System experiment launched last month on Granite Island. That’s a dozen miles northwest of Marquette, where the school is based. The university says NASA picked ...

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