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Corks vs Screw Cap: Should you judge a wine by its closure?

One of the most frequently asked questions is whether a cork is better than a screw cap? Many ask if screw caps are just for cheap wines? These are very valid questions as corks have been the historical preference since the 1400’s. One is not better, and screw caps are certainly not just for cheap

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Black and South Asian VP nominee Kamala Harris is a trailblazer

Lassi with Lavina / The Indian SCENE For young Indian girls who were growing up in America in the ‘70s, there were few role models in political life that looked like them. The American president and vice-president were always white and always male. With President Obama’s inauguration, they finally got to see a minority family

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4 easy, breezy trends to rock this summer

Summer is a time to loosen up your style and opt for light, breezy and colorful. The darker, moodier hues of fall of winter have given way to vibrant prints, patterns and textures. I’m sharing four trends that will be all over the runways and in your favorite stores this season. Color Blocking Color-blocking is

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Hat your service: Sunita Dass’ favorite summer hats

Summer is finally here! Hats have been taking over the fashion scene this season. Whether it’s a jaunty straw boater, chic French beret or sophisticated fedora, this timeless accessory offers a multitude of styling options. Hats can elevate an otherwise simple and neutral look or punctuate a monochromatic look with a pop of color or

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Stuck inside? Try this $6 at-home manicure

During this time of quarantine, I know that many of us have started getting creative with our beauty routines. Stores are selling out of hair dye; Google searches for at-home beauty treatments have shot through the roof. My indulgence of choice has been this affordable, easy, beautiful manicure you can do on your own, and

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Facing a pandemic, metro-Detroit’s places of worship adapt to a new reality

On March 23, Governor Whitmer announced the first stay-at-home order for people in Michigan. While her order included exceptions for religious gatherings, many places of worship — temples, churches, mosques — temporarily closed their doors in efforts to protect their communities. But just because physical distancing is in place doesn’t mean people aren’t finding other

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Finding calm amid the fear of COVID-19

Right now, a tiny little invisible pathogen is destroying the fabric of society as we created it. Work is changing. People are changing in isolation. The world as we know it is changing in an untold number of ways. Fear, hoarding, uncertainty and panic are running rampant. A lack of transparency from leaders, miscommunications, and

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What coronavirus means for tax filing in your household

As the world stops, my accounting and tax services firm is continuing business, more or less, as usual. But it’s been busy following the passage of the CARES Act, a $2 trillion economic stimulus package meant to mitigate the economic devastation of the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s what your household needs to know about this year’s

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Ten ways young adults can ease their quarantine blues

Leaving my university campus last week was heartbreaking. With spring upon us, my peers and I were devastated to hear that we’d have to depart so suddenly, without the chance to experience the change in season we had long been awaiting together, and without the chance to exchange proper goodbyes. With college campuses and so

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