Jul
01
DR. SHAWNY DEBERRY IS THE FBI DETROIT CITIZENS ACADEMY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION'S "MOST WANTED"

Eureka Lewis | 3RY Magazine Editor-at-large


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Jul
01
Is A Recession Coming In The U.S.? Here's What Experts Say.

By Marita Vlachou via Huff Post


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Americans are growing increasingly concerned about the possibility of a recession.

Earlier this month, the Federal Reserve began raising interest rates to slow inflation pressures. During the first quarter of 2022, while consumers and businesses kept spending, U.S. gross domestic product fell by 1.5%, the first drop since the second quarter of 2020, according to The Associated Press.

But that doesn’t necessarily mean the U.S. is falling into a recession.

HuffPost spoke to four economics experts about recession fears, the state of the U.S. economy and what we can do to prepare for what lies ahead.

What Is A Recession?
The textbook definition of a recession is a...


Jul
01
How To Make A Tank Of Gas Last Longer

By Caroline Bolonga via Huff Post

Experts share their advice for improving your car's fuel efficiency while gas is so expensive.


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As you’ve likely noticed, average prices for regular gas have reached record highs in 2022. And unfortunately, expert forecasts suggest they won’t be dropping back down anytime soon.

“With gas prices rising at a fast pace, it’s important to not only shop around for the lowest gas prices but also pay attention to how you drive and other auto maintenance to ensure fuel efficiency,” budgeting expert Andrea Woroch told HuffPost.

Indeed, there are ways you can improve the fuel economy of your car on an individual level. Below, Woroch and other ...


Jul
01
10 'Harmless' Nighttime Habits That Are Secretly Ruining Your Sleep

By Stephanie Barnes via Huff Post


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Experts share the common nightly behaviors that could be the source of your exhaustion.



We know the importance of habits. Many people try to cultivate good ones, like eating healthier, reading more or getting more sleep.

Unfortunately, sometimes we unintentionally set ourselves up for failure ― especially as it relates to sleep. What we don’t always realize is that some of the things we do before bed might actually be making our Zzzs worse.

We reached out to several experts to find out which of our seemingly harmless nighttime habits aren’t conducive to a restful night’s sleep. Here’s what to avoid:

1. Bedtim...


Jul
01
4 Things for Americans to Do Before the Recession Hits

By Staff via The Penny Hoarder



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It’s an unhappy fact of life: Sooner or later, the economy’s going to take another dive.

Sorry, but another recession is bound to happen. And when it does, your future self is going to thank you for thinking ahead and getting ready for it.

Oh, wait, you haven’t done that? You’re totally unprepared for the next recession?

We’re here to help. Here are a few moves you should make right away….



1. Cancel Your Car Insurance


Here’s the thing: your current car insurance company is probably overcharging you. But don’t waste your time hopping around to different insurance companies looking for a better deal.

Use a website called ...


Jul
01
These Black-owned Restaurants Are Powering Metro Detroit’s Dining Scene

By Lyndsay C. Green, Susan Selasky, Navya Gupta and Chandra Fleming Via Detroit Free Press



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Metro Detroit's Black-Owned Restaurants


From Baobab Fare to Bert's to Fat Daddy's to Ima, here's a comprehensive list of Black-owned restaurants in metro Detroit.




It is well-documented that Detroit is home to a vast African American population with rich and diverse cultural traditions. Nearly 80% of the city’s residents are Black, and, over the past several decades, the surrounding communities that make up metro Detroit have become increasingly diverse. It makes sense then that some of the region’s most sought-after eateries are helmed by Black metro Detroiters.


Black chefs and restaurant owner...


Jul
01
The History Of Faygo Is More Cakey Than We Knew

By Lisa Green via The Gander



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As Michiganders, we put onions on hot dogs, olives on hamburgers, and snack on Polish donuts in February. But have you ever wondered why? In our Michigan Moments: Food series, we’re checking out the history behind iconic Michigan foods and beverages. This is the first article of the series. Look for a new one every Wednesday!

MICHIGAN—Though it may come as a surprise to you, food from the Midwest might be considered unusual by our coastal neighbors. Midwestern cooking often combines culinary traditions from our families’ immigrant backgrounds, locally grown and produced ingredients, and the foods of Indigenous tribes. And in Mic...


Jul
01
'P-Valley' Star Nicco Annan Tells Us What 'Taking The Lead' Means To Him

By HuffPost's Branded Creative Team via Huff Post



We hopped on the phone with the actor to chat representation, genuine storytelling, and Starz's #TakeTheLead initiative.


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Actor Nicco Annan as Uncle Clifford in the series P-Valley


Starring as “Uncle Clifford” in the new season of the Starz series “P-Valley,” actor Nicco Annan spoke to us about what diverse storytelling means to him and his experience with #TakeTheLead, Starz’s commitment to amplifying narratives by, about, and for women and underrepresented audiences.

Can you tell us a bit about your character Uncle Clifford in the Starz series “P-Valley”?
Nicco Annan: Uncle Clifford is the owner of the c...


Jul
01
13 Stops for Stellar Soul Food in Detroit

By Monica Williams via Eater


Enjoy perfectly seasoned collards, mac and cheese, and crispy fried chicken in a blues club, an upscale downtown dining room, or in a suburban strip mall


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Chicken and waffles from Joe Louis Southern Kitchen | Joe Louis Southern Kitchen


Between 1910 and 1970, more than 6 million Black Americans moved north to cities like Detroit from Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, and other southern states, bringing their food and culinary traditions with them. As a result, most Detroiters are no more than a generation or two removed from “down south,” which means that great southern cuisine — black-eyed peas, collards, fried chicken, sweet potatoes, okra — is ...


Jul
01
'Travel Armageddon' As Flight Delays, Cancellations Pile Up: What's Going On?

By Jordan Mendoza and Thao Nguyen via USA Today



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Travel issues continued piling up for fliers as flight delays and cancellations topped 10,000 — a tumultuous weekend for holiday travel blamed on staffing shortages, packed planes and the ripple effects from previous bad weather.

On Monday, more than 3,000 flights within, into, or out of the U.S. were delayed and about 370 flights canceled, as of 5 p.m. ET, according to FlightAware. TSA projected on Twitter that Monday could be Seattle-Tacoma International Airport's busiest day since the start of the pandemic.

"This has been another travel Armageddon weekend," James Ferrara, co-founder and president of global host travel agency InteleTrave...