Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation: $1000 grants awarded regularly for ‘awesome’ projects in Washtenaw County!!

Ann Arbor is now home to a branch of the Boston-based micro-philanthropic organization –The Awesome Foundation. Called A2Awesome, the group will be meeting… [more]

Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation:  $1000 grants awarded regularly for ‘awesome’ projects in Washtenaw County!! Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation:  $1000 grants awarded regularly for 'awesome' projects in Washtenaw County!!

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Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission 2014

Judicial Tenure Commission Changes its Allegations Against Judge Simpson…Again

In My Humble Opinion Guest Column by Leslie McGraw, Spokesperson for Friends and Family of The Honorable J. Cedric SimpsonAllegations against the Honorable Judge J. Cedric Simpson from the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission (JTC) seem to be somewhat of a moving target. On November 14, media was alive with what was portrayed as an inappropriate relationship between the Judge and his former intern, Ms. Crystal Vargas, based on the original complaint filed. This was alleged after he came to the … [Read More...]

Ann Arbor Police Chief John Seto

Ann Arbor Police Chief Stepping Down

 From the City of Ann Arbor's website, "Earlier today, Chief of Police John Seto announced his intention to retire from the City of Ann Arbor Police Department in July. An exact retirement date has not been identified.Seto has worked for the Ann Arbor Police Department for 25 years. During that time, his assignments have included Patrol Officer, Detective, Patrol Sergeant, Detective Lieutenant, Patrol Shift Commander and Deputy Chief of Operations.  He was appointed Chief of Police by … [Read More...]

Mural by Jon Onye Lockard, African American Heritage Room, Manoogian Hall, Wayne a State University, Detroit

Jon Onye Lockard, Master Artist & Professor Has Died

 Jon LockardLockard, Jon 1/25/1932 - 3/25/2015  Jon Onye Lockard age 83 of Ann Arbor passed away on March 25th surrounded by family and dear friends. He was born January 25, 1932, on Detroit's east side. The son of the late Cecil E. Lockard, from Marianna, Arkansas, and Lillian Jones, from Port Arthur, Mississippi. He graduated from Eastern High School in 1949, Wayne State University in 1953, and the University of Toronto in 1958. He was a professor emeritus from Washtenaw Community College … [Read More...]

The Honorable J. Cedric Simpson, Washtenaw County Judge, 14-A District Court

Pack the House: In Support of Judge J. Cedric Simpson

Judge Simpson is set to appear at a hearing presided by the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission retired Judge Peter Houk of Ingham County.The hearing will be held on March 30-April 2 beginning at 9 a.m. Please arrive at 8:15 to ensure time to get through security and seated. The location is the Washtenaw County Trial Court at 101 E. Huron St. Ann Arbor, MI 48104.The hearing will address allegations accusing the Judge of using his authority to interfere with a drunk driving investigation … [Read More...]

Joy Reid, MSNBC National Correspondent

MSNBC Correspondent Joy Reid brings down the house at the Delta Sigma Theta Founders Day Brunch

 JOY REID: MSNBC National Correspondent Hundreds gathered to celebrate the Ann Arbor Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, Founders Day Brunch, at the Sheraton Ann Arbor. Joy filled the room literally and figuratively as friendship and acquaintances were made and remade. Throughout the inclusive program, attendees mentally, if not emotionally, rededicated themselves to serving and strengthening our communities.In fact, "Forming Community In Inhospitable Climates" was … [Read More...]

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