We are getting close to the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris from November 30 to December 11. President Obama has been positioning the US as a leader in the fight against climate change with a number of new proposed regulations including the restrictions on coal fired power plants. Other rich countries and […]
The feast is over and now you’re faced with a pile of leftovers. How long can you safely keep leftovers? What should I do with these leftovers? We have your answers and a few tasty recipes to create using your turkey leftovers.
Whether you are one of the nearly 30 million Americans living with diabetes or the 86 million Americans with pre-diabetes, or you simply just want to live a healthier lifestyle, join the American Diabetes Association® to put good food and good health on the table during American Diabetes Month® this November.
The long awaited legislation to provide funding for the roads was barely passed in the Senate and House last week and is expected to be signed by the Governor. The fix was billed as providing $1.2 billion for the roads. But, when will the budget actually be $1.2 billion? Where are the resources coming from […]
Congress passed a budget deal last week to avoid a possible government shutdown over the debt ceiling and next year’s budget. Some critics say the only thing worse than passing this budget is not passing it. Does this deal merely defer serious issues until the next administration takes office? Does the deal clear the slate […]
For the second time in 6 months, Governor Snyder outlined his plan to restructure the Detroit Public School system a week ago. The purpose is to help improve academic performance and to start paying down the more than half billion dollars in operating debt. The bailout deal for the city of Detroit made sense and […]
It looks like Michigan is going to have another big crop of apples again this year. And, considering Meijer’s long standing commitment to buying locally grown produce, this means it’s time to get your hands on some Michigan apples at Meijer.
A few months ago we talked about Congress considering “Fast Track Trade Authority”, legislation aimed at providing President Obama the ability to negotiate a Pacific Trade deal that would be subject to an up or down vote in Congress without the ability to make any changes to the agreement. Fast Track passed and now the […]
Celebrate your bones on World Osteoporosis Day October 20. Osteoporosis affects 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men over the age of 50. Healthy eating choices along with physical activity can help prevent osteoporosis.
The Pastor’s Perspective Father James Conlon St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Ann Arbor Hear The Pastor’s Perspective every Wednesday at 9:40 AM on 1290 AM & online at www.1290WLBY.com, tackling the big topics of the day from a Catholic viewpoint. Father Conlon joins us each week to discuss current events and topics in context […]