Christine Ferretti and Francis X. Donnelly The Detroit News Published 11:00 PM EST Feb 11, 2019 Dearborn — They came tall and mighty, like U.S. Sen. Gary Peters. They came weak and weary, like Maris Kellogg, a retiree with a litany of health woes. Waiting in line Monday, they talked about politics and the environment and the state of the U.S. auto industry. And they came to say goodbye, goodbye to a man who didn’t care if you were a big shot or small, a man who championed all the things they chatted about, a man who served in Congress longer than anyone in history. Goodbye, John Dingell Jr. "He was there for everyone," said Bob Caldwell of the Veterans of Foreign Wars District 4. "You can't replace him. He's got a legacy that will go on forever." Dingell, who retired from Congress four years ago, died Thursday at age 92 after a battle with cancer. Thousands of mourners streamed into the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center all day long … [Read more...] about Thousands say goodbye to Dingell, a ‘true warrior’
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Say goodbye to the dog, and hello to the pig.The Chinese New Year, based on cycles of the moon, is upon us Feb. 5, and it brings a different energy than the one that permeated 2018. Relieved?“It was a year to take action, but a lot of things came up to the surface to look at,” said Patricia Lohan, feng shui expert and author of the new book “The Happy Home: Your Guide to Creating a Happy, Healthy, Wealthy Life.”“It was not quite a smooth year. It was exhausting, with an acceleration on karmic things and a lot of pressure and stress in everyday life. You needed to take care of yourself a lot more.” Lifestyle Live Well: Buti Yoga fuses power yoga, tribal dance, plyometrics Jennifer Mulson Phew. Let’s move on to the piggly wiggly.“The pig energy is very harmonious and joyful,” said Lohan from Slovenia, where she now lives. “This is bringing in a year of celebration, blessings and joy.”Lohan prefers to set … [Read more...] about Live Well: Say goodbye to the dog, and hello to the pig. Are you relieved?
Goodbye to Ghosn as Renault appoints new chiefs (AFP Photo/Fabrice COFFRINI) Thierry Bollore, who has been running Renault since Ghosn was arrested in Japan in November, will take over as chief executive, while Jean-Dominique Senard, CEO of tyre giant Michelin, has been named its new chairman. In his first reaction to his appointment, Senard moved to reassure investors of his faith in the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, calling it "absolutely essential". Ghosn, previously the most influential man in the global car industry, had resigned from both roles at Renault late Wednesday as he remains behind bars awaiting trial. The 64-year-old had already been sacked as chairman of Mitsubishi as well as Nissan, where Ghosn is suspected of under-reporting tens of millions of dollars in income over eight years. Nissan welcomed the Renault announcement, expressing hope for a "new chapter" in ties between the partners. "This is a big milestone that we are reaching," Nissan chief Hiroto … [Read more...] about Goodbye to Ghosn as Renault appoints new chiefs
By Melissa Fletcher Stoeltje Updated 6:19 pm CST, Sunday, January 13, 2019 Harlan High School football player Samuel Carter center along with other students and parents release balloons at the school's football field honoring football player Shomari Anderson was killed in an auto accident on Saturday. less Harlan High School football player Samuel Carter center along with other students and parents release balloons at the school's football field honoring football player Shomari Anderson was killed in an auto ... more Photo: Carlos Javier Sanchez | Contributor, Photojournalist / Carlos Javier Sanchez | Pixelreflexmedia.com Photo: Carlos Javier Sanchez | Contributor, Photojournalist / Carlos Javier Sanchez | Pixelreflexmedia.com Image 1 of / 39 Caption Close Image 1 of 39 Harlan … [Read more...] about Students at San Antonio high school say goodbye to popular football player
Coach Kevin Yurkus has said goodbye to defending champions Cantho Catfish. – VBA PhotoViet Nam News HÀ NỘI — Coach Kevin Yurkus has bid farewell to defending national basketball champions Cantho Catfish after two years. Under the guidance of experienced American coach Yurkus, the team took the Việt Nam Basketball Association (VBA) League 2018 and reached the play-offs in 2017. “It was fantastic two seasons being a part of CTC, VBA and basketball in Việt Nam. It was truly a blessing to come to Việt Nam and be a part of the basketball culture. I’m so thankful to Nathan Nguyễn, owner of the Cantho Catfish, and Henry Nguyễn, president of Việt Nam Basketball Federation, and everybody else who gave me an opportunity to be a part of something special in the country,” said Yurkus. “The Catfish will always be a special part of me with great memories and life-long relationships. I’m leaving Việt … [Read more...] about Kevin Yurkus says goodbye to Cantho Catfish