Let no good deed go unpunished.
English makes things harder than they should be. Take “do” and “due.” Folks who don’t do due diligence land in doo-doo.
I feel compelled to write after attending the past two Douglas master plan meetings, branded “Our Douglas Vision,” at Saugatuck Brewing Co. Jan. 26 and March 23.
I have no desire to be Weegee, the New York photojournalist known for his stark shots of urban life, street crime, injury and death.
The Waterfront Film Festival has bailed on its second waterfront community in three years.
“All the world’s a stage,” wrote Shakespeare in “As You Like It.” Which got me thinking of Dennis Weaver.
UPDATE: I found out after publishing this column that the bill may be up for a vote in the Local Government committee next week.
Jail inmates are suing Kent County and a contractor claiming bad chicken tacos caused “mass poisoning” and was “cruel and unusual punishment.”
This week, I shared with readers what you get when you combine a 5-year-old, a dad with delusions of grandeur, and 180 yards of duct tape.
Chinese are fretting over the Year of the Sheep they rang in last week. The world’s second-largest economy shut down for seven days while they partied.