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One long chat ends with a wrong number; another ends with a polite warning about having my heart cut out if I know too much.
No matter what you’ve got going on in your life, I bet there’s a classmate who can relate.
Would you be willing to run through Detroit’s abandoned neighborhoods, trying to stay one step ahead of zombies? A Clawson man hopes you are.
It’s the last thing I want to find out when searching for a classmate.
Cecelia Cichan tells her story in the documentary “Sole Survivor,” which looks at 14 people, each of whom was the only survivor of a major passenger airplane crash.
I hear it every week and it delivers the same message, but I’m not giving up.
Classmates have branched out in all directions. Will I be able to bring them together again?
I’ve got a big list of classmates. Somebody has to be contacted first.
WWJ’s Scott Ryan accepts the challenge of trying to find all of his high school classmates.
Retired police officer readies for annual trip to Walter Reed Army Medical Center and needs your help.
Wayne State University’s annual list of words they feel deserve more use in our daily language.
Em samples Paul Simon’s ’50 Ways’ track in rant about ex-lover
Davidson Middle School student affected; district says situation is under control