The Lucy Ann Lance Show, 1290 WLBY – Friday, July 26, 2013
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Murder Investigation of UM Medical Student – Kyle Feldscher, Crime Reporter, AnnArbor.com – Paul DeWolf was a 25 year-old man with a promising future. Now he’s dead and police are investigating his death as a homicide. A second lieutenant in the United States Air Force and a University of Michigan medical student, DeWolf was found lying in a pool of his own blood at his Phi Rho Sigma campus home. Click here to read Kyle’s report filed before our interview, and his later report revealing the cause of death here.
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Downtown Friday with the Main Street Area Association: Michael Callanan, Executive Director, National Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee (NJATC); Bill Vlisides, Sales Account Executive, Ann Arbor Area Convention & Visitors Bureau – An estimated $5 million will be pumped into the county this upcoming week, as Ann Arbor hosts the NJATC, the training group of the electrical industry. Electrical workers throughout the country receive their training through local joint apprenticeship training committees utilizing the standardized education programs developed by the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the Electrical Industry, supporting both the National Electrical Contractors Associations (NECA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). Join the Ann Arbor Area Convention and Visitors Bureau Wednesday, July 31 from 6-10 PM as they welcome the NJATC for a Community Block Party. The Cruise & Blues summer street party features classic and muscle cars on display, the rocking music of the Bluescasters, and Main Street’s great outdoor dining!
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Around the Home: The Bathroom – Maureen Sloan, CEO, BRAG Ann Arbor; Kevin Busch, Sales & Project Manager, Michigan Building Specialties – Is your bathroom your sanctuary or something that is just barely functional? Here are tips to ensure that your bathroom makes the grade.
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Elastic Electronics: UM Professor Nicholas Kotov, Joseph B. and Florence V. Cejka Professor of Engineering – A new discovery at the University of Michigan is paving the way for flexible electronics and gentler medical devices. From bendable displays and batteries to medical implants that move with the body, these networks of spherical nanoparticles embedded in elastic materials may make the best stretchy conductors yet.
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Downtown Friday with the Downtown Association of Ypsilanti: Gospel Night at DayFest – Dave Heikkinen, DAY President; Brennon James Dauphine, Strong Tower Ministries – An array of gospel singers, dancers, and bands will be featured at Ypsilanti’s DayFest tonight. Every Friday evening in summer, the Downtown Association of Ypsilanti brings the community free outdoor music, food vendors, and great entertainment at the corner of Washington & Michigan Avenue.
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Lawsuit Demands Changes to Olive Garden Policy After Restaurant Customer’s Death: Richard Bernstein, Senior Partner, Sam Bernstein Law Firm – A lawsuit alleges a woman known for helping others was denied the help that could have saved her life. Ann Arbor icon Rose Martin, the former director of Ann Arbor’s Peace Neighborhood Center, suffered a medical emergency while having lunch at Olive Garden. Rose died after a waitress was reportedly told by her manager to stop giving CPR and continue serving her tables.
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