By Bob Roehr The first AIDS vaccine to go into large-scale trials in the U.S. did not protect against infection in people who were at high risk of exposure. But limited data suggests that non-Caucasians [...]
By Ruth Seymour FERNDALE - Jaye Spiro's Mejishi Martial Arts school (see story, opposite) offers weekend workshops and ongoing instruction in numerous areas, including karate, fitness aerobics, self-defense skills and Filipino Arnis (stick fighting). Classes [...]
Saturday, the Mr. Leather Cowboy contest held sway at Diamond Jim's Saloon.
A steady stream of friends celebrated TJ's birthday on Sunday at the Hayloft Saloon.
By Brent Dorian Carpenter From left to right standing: Doug Pizzala, Curtis Lipscomb, Richard Vallade, Barb Murray and Hank Milbourne. From left to right sitting: Staci Hirsch and Charlotte Lowery. APM celebrates 20 years in [...]
By Kelly Peters University of Michigan professor Eugene Feingold will be honored at a memorabilia exhibit on March 8 for his lifelong work in civil rights. "Gene was right there again, helping us mount an [...]