Daily Archive: April 22, 2013

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    Blame a Dark-Skinned Man

    I don’t know where CNN’s John King got the information that a suspect in the Boston bombing was “a dark-skinned male,” but beyond apologizing, he…

    DETROIT RESTAURANT WEEK RETURNS FOR SPRING 2013

    It’s that time again! Detroit Restaurant Week returns Friday, April 19, and runs through Sunday, April 28. Nineteen of Detroit’s finest restaurants will once again offer specially-priced three-course dinners for only $30 per person.The Detroit Restaurant Week concept was created in 2009 as a partnership project between Paxahau Event Productions,…

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    Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick: Video Shows Bomb Suspect Dodging Blast

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Surveillance video from the Boston Marathon attack shows one suspect dropping his backpack and calmly walking away from it before the bomb inside it exploded, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick said Sunday. The video clearly puts 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev at the scene of the attack, Patrick said on NBC. “It does seem to be pretty …

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    Multiple Explosive Devices Explode at Michigan Middle, High Schools

    A middle school and a high school in Bangor, Michigan were placed on lock down on Friday after at least two explosives detonated inside of the schools, reports MLIVE.com. Parents reportedly received automated alerts that “at least three explosive devices” had detonated and rushed to pick up their children: “She …

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    Televangelist Juanita Bynum Arrested

    Popular televangelist Juanita Bynum was arrested and spent the night in jail on a warrant charging that she failed to appear in court for a civil proceeding against her, reports DallasNews.com. She spent the night in the Lew Sterrett Justice Center and was released after appearing in court the next day. …

    Multiple explosive devices detonated at Michigan schools [VIDEO]

    PHOTO CREDIT: MLIVE.com A middle school and a high school in Bangor, Michigan were placed on lock down on Friday, April, 19, 2013, after at least 2 explosives detonated inside of the schools, reports MLIVE.com.[1] Parents allegedly received automated alerts that “at least three explosive devices” had detonated and rushed to pick up their children: “She doesn’t want to go but she’s coming home,” “said Pamela Lowe, as she waited for her daughter, a 10th grader at the high school. Authorities have not confirmed a third device. Bangor Public Schools Superintendent Ron Parker said that the simple devices — known as “works” or “pop bombs” — were created using drain cleaner and aluminum in soda bottles. “It wasn’t a big explosion,” Parker recalled. “The locker didn’t even open.”</p> The lock down was lifted by 11:30 A.M. …