You may have spotted more Teslas on the roads around town, which, in part, prompted the opening of the Ann Arbor, Michigan Tesla Supercharger, located in the parking lot near the Ann Arbor-Saline Meijer’s. Ann Arborite Bret Schnitzer, who owns a Tesla, who anxiously awaited the Tesla supercharger opening, reported it was initially delayed due to a DTE connection, but has his own ideas about why th
By Donna Iadipaolo on Aug 17, 2015
The economic climate in the UK is constantly changing, and even periods of growth can cause significant upheaval for businesses, households and consumers. Take the pension market, for example, where there have been a number of policy changes designed to increase employee savings and aid future retirement plans. One of these is the introduction of mandatory private pension enrollment, which will he
By Lewis Humphries on Aug 11, 2015
Republican presidential hopeful and current front-runner Donald Trump is no stranger to controversy, and he’s currently embroiled in a back-and-forth with the GOP establishment and Fox News over his comments about Fox media personality and presidential debate co-host Megyn Kelly. There’s no need to rehash his remarks here; plenty of news sources are on top of the Trump-Kelly spat with regular upda
By Darren Richardson on Aug 08, 2015
A woman in St. Louis received a notification of “deceased” from credit reporting agencies. Alexandria Goree, 40, has had to spend months in a bid to convince the agencies that she is alive. Goree has decided to sue Equifax, TransUnion, Experian for the erroneous notation. Goree allegedly faced great difficulty trying to secure a loan for purchasing a new house after her two-year-old grandson died
By Kate Mckibben on Aug 06, 2015
Commentary What do you get when you put 16 Republican presidential candidates on the same debate stage? We may never know. But we'll soon see what happens when 10 GOP hopefuls share the debate limelight. Fox News and Facebook are cosponsors of the first presidential debate, scheduled to start at 9 p.m. EDT Aug. 6 in Cleveland, and the rules they announced in May stipulate that debate participants
By Darren Richardson on Jul 22, 2015
With $100 million in new funding from a famed Silicon Valley venture capitalist, the search for life in outer space received an unprecedented boost this summer. On July 20, Russian entrepreneur Yuri Milner, a key investor in companies like Facebook and Twitter, announced a new project in collaboration with physics superbrain Stephen Hawking called Breakthrough Listen, which injects the largest a
By Barry Eitel on Jul 20, 2015
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By Barry Eitel on Aug 25, 2015
Award-winning journalist & certified public school teacher in math, English, and social sciences since 1988. I earned my Bachelor s degree from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and graduated with honors, where I studied English, mathematics, social sciences, engineering, and education. While teaching full-time during the day, I earned my Master s of Arts degree at night, earning a 3.8 grade-point. Currently, I am working on an additional graduate degree, a Master s of Science degree. -Contributed to the writing, editing, and publishing of various stories for publications such as The Michigan Daily, Metro Times, The Village Voice, Ear Magazine of New Music, Insurance and Technology, Ypsilanti Press, Ann Arbor News, The Dexter Dispatch, Ann Arbor Family Press, Ann Arbor Observer, Ann Arbor Journal, The Ann Magazine, Saline Reporter, Dexter Leader, Manchester Enterprise, Milan News-Leader, and Chelsea Standard, Monroe Guardian, Ile Camera, News-Herald, and Dearborn Press and Guide. -In 2012, won award from the Michigan Press Association for article in a shared-series on “Remembering 9/11”.
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Darren, also known as "Punditty," was managing editor of The American Pundit political writing contest in 2012-2013.
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