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Bird in the B-ham

  By Paige Korner Tucked behind a wall of glass with a welcoming banner above its door, a new restaurant and bar has opened on Old Woodward that caters to a new Birmingham. The Bird and the Bread, whose name derives from owner Kristin Jonna’s nicknames for her two children, offers a selection of classic foods with unique twists and

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Red Wings’ Reign in Jeopardy

By Jordan Gasper A 22 year reign in jeopardy, the Detroit Red Wings push for their playoff spot to add to the record holding longest current playoff streak in the NHL. The Red Wings began their season with an unusually rough start.  Almost half way through the season, the wings were offered a once in a lifetime experience, playing in

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Down With Love

By Paige Korner On my way to third hour, I nearly crash through a couple holding hands in the middle of the hallway, whose giggling and locked fingers take up nearly half of the hallway’s space. To my left, there’s an indistinguishable tangle of limbs and clothing that seems to be kissing while a boy and girl nuzzle noses despite

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Selfie Absorbed

STAFF EDITORIAL You open your eyelids just wide enough to clearly zoom the camera lensto expose your iris’s natural color, while suggesting a surprised look. Click. You’ve captured the moment and applied the perfect filter to enhance your iris’s deep blue color. In an instant, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook give the whole world access to see you ‘surprised’. You observe

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Ranking Isn’t Everything

   Seaholm was recently named the fifth best high school in Michigan by the US News and World Report’s high school rankings, and a great deal of credit goes to the community, administration, students and, especially, teachers.    The school was ranked highly based on good ACT scores, which indicate a high rate of college readiness, high math and reading

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Ruffino Graduates Early To Take His Golf Game To Florida

Written by Riley Micallef    When you look outside, the first thing that comes to your mind probably isn’t summer.  However, for senior golfer Francesco Ruffino, summer sprung early.     Ruffino, a soon-to-be Division I college golfer committed to Michigan State University in early August last summer.  As preparation for next year, Ruffino is spending the next three weeks living

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