Father James Conlon, Pastor at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church Seth Shostak, Director of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute, argues that artificial intelligence and designer babies could lead to the end of humanity.
John Olsen, Chamber Executive Director; Katie Spence, Volunteer, Saline Main Street Celebrate winter with more than 45 indoor and outdoor activities throughout the four blocks of Downtown Saline. It’s fun for the whole family and there will be something for everyone from mild to wild! Visit www.salinemainstreet.org. Winterfest is January 22 & 23, 2016. more »
The Evolution of the Office Printer – Art Trapp, Chamber Executive Director; Jaci Schacht, Sales Consultant, and Bill Orr, Vice President of Sales, Michigan Office Solutions – The laser printer was invented at Xerox in 1969 by researcher Gary Starkweather.
One of the major bi-partisan achievements of the Clinton administration was welfare reform. In 1996 Congress passed and President Clinton signed the “Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act”. The law required that at least half of adult recipients work or prepare for work through approved education or training. Advocates of the law consider this the most successful policy to help low income Americans in the past 60 years.
Chelsea-Area Wellness Foundation: 5 Healthy Towns – The 5 Healthy Towns initiative championed by the Chelsea-Area Wellness Foundation got a big boost from Michigan Governor Rick Snyder…
Click to listen to all of Hour 1: [audio:http://www.lucyannlance.com/audio/081511/8-19a.mp3] Click to listen to all of Hour 2: [audio:http://www.lucyannlance.com/audio/081511/8-19b.mp3] Live broadcast from SPARK East to launch the Ypsilanti Heritage Festival. Sponsored by the Ypsilanti Area Convention & Visitors Bureau. Kyle DeBord, Incubator Manager, SPARK East: Driving Economic Development in Eastern Washtenaw County – An idea for more »
Angela Barbash, President, New West Willow Neighborhood Association: Speak Peace West Willow Rally – A neighborhood galvanizes against crime and promotes peace in its ranks. West Willow believes its model for community engagement can be used in other neighborhoods as well.
The Life & Service of Gary Lillie – Many in our community were stunned to learn that Gary Lillie, a great Veteran and community steward, was killed after a motorist struck him while he was walking near his home this past week.
It’s time to bury Borders, yet the funeral refrain for the international Ann Arbor bookstore chain continues to echo in a community already hard hit by the pull-out of Pfizer. Borders was everything we loved about a “townie.” Its roots firmly planted in the town where it was conceived by two brothers in 1971.
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