Monday, August 15, 2011

News 8.15.11


The Forecloser
John Oliver meets with a Florida couple and rookie lawyer who foreclosed on Bank of America and turns their incredible story into a movie.

Stop Coddling the Super-Rich


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Painting the town: Summer in the City artists think big

The 20 Best & Worst Cities for Your Astrological Sign


Carol Cain: New airport boss Mullin fires back at her critics

Editorial: A modern public transit system is within reach

Pontiac's train station downsizes, but upgrades

Editorial: Q&A with Transit Administrator Peter Rogoff: Build balanced transit

Panel's tour of proposed Detroit bridge site turns into debate

Michigan Policy & Politics

Federal, state business leaders back plan to integrate travel, energy, Internet

U.S. snubs state for clinic funds from health care reform law

Detroit / Urban Revitalization

10 great places to explore urban neighborhoods (Corktown)

Guest commentary: Detroit can win by using genius of the Internet

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Focus: Hope builds on brand: Nonprofit reworks finances with eye on mission

MARY KRAMER: Putting a face on Gilbert's investment

Detroit's $2M ticket hangs in the balance with JLA talks

Detroit Works Project already running behind schedule after starting behind schedule

It's alive! Live Midtown residential incentive program a runaway hit in Detroit

Business / Auto / Energy

Get ready for the new era of manufacturing

Defense industry braces for federal budget cuts, possible automatic trims


National Policy / Politics

America's 'food deserts'

The Fall of the Midwest Economic Model

Clean Car Sites Are the Go-To Stump for Obama's Jobs Message

GOP Looks to Cement Gains

Regional News

Ann Arbor to County: Levy Econ Dev Tax

ANN ARBOR: Companies move into University of Michigan Venture Accelerator

Smart Growth / Sustainability

3 Key Environmental Issues Worth Paying Attention To

The Importance of Regional Planning That Matters

Let’s make urban revitalization greener, greater, and more inclusive

Civil Rights Group Demands End to Car-Centric Transportation Policies

The high cost of getting to work

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