I started noticing what appears to be asphalt or whatever it it is that the road commissions use to fill in the cracks on our roadways in abundance on yards up and down South Ann Arbor Street since
Over the last few months I've noticed a lot of articles and comments on articles that are increasingly difficult to follow without context.
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An ideal approach to get help with your school homework is to have another person do it for you.
We're not only in the postcard business. We collect interesting postcards made by others.
The example above is from Marty's Restaurant in 1967.
Restored 1965 Ford Mustang convertible, in front of my Gallery on East Michigan Avenue late-summer 2016.
It's good to be grateful. Even better when you have so many to be grateful for.
This is a call-out for travel photos of people showing their Saline pride in destinations kinda near and very far from home.
After years of settling into a matter-of-fact presence in overgrowth on a dead-end section of railroad track, this decaying bit of history is now at the center of development.
Downtown this afternoon, I saw that the Christmastime "Letters to Santa" mailbox had made its annual appearance. Dunno if today was its first day, or just the first time I've seen it.
Albeit not in so many words, I believe this is a question with which we've been struggling here on The Saline Post for a month or so now.
Walking our dog at night in Mill Pond Park I've seen this glow coming from the south and west. Anyone know what it is?
Update: Frankie has been found and is safe and sound with his family!!! Thanks to the nice couple that took care of him and everyone else that helped with his return.
Thanks to the newly-opened Forums here on The Saline Post, I thought November 1st a perfect day to see if there was interest in discussing some of the great vehicles we see on the streets