As many of you probably know, crews have begun work constructing a bike bridge over the Huron River, just east of downtown, as part of the Border To Border Trail connecting Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti… Well, in the process of doing so, they’ve cleared away vegetation from both sides of the river, exposing the massive […]
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How do we get over a century’s worth of construction debris out of the Huron River, or doesn’t it really matter?
At the end of August, one of my favorite Ypsilanti artists, Rita Jane Riggs, will be packing up and heading west to see what the universe has in store for her. Please join me in wishing her well on her journey. MARK: What first brought you to Ypsilanti, or were you born here? RITA: I […]
Succumbing to the gay agenda, protecting the Huron River, and drinking Dirty Mooneys… on tomorrow’s Saturday Six Pack
Thanks to today’s decision by the Supreme Court, I’m predicting this this week’s episode of The Saturday Six Pack will be both incredibly gay and alarmingly chaotic… I’ve put the word out to folks that I’ll have champagne at the studio from 7:30 to 8:30 if anyone would like to stop by for a toast […]
A few months ago I received an email from a fellow by the name of Roger Pellar. He’d apparently read my interview with historian Matt Siegfried about Ypsilanti’s Native American past, and was hoping that, through this site, I might be able to help him identify a few artifacts that he’d uncovered while making his […]
I had the good fortune not too long ago to have coffee with Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC) Executive Director Laura Rubin. While we didn’t have great deal of time to discuss the condition of the Huron River, as we’d met to discuss something else, Laura did mention that their RiverUp! campaign was making great […]