I hate to sound optimistic (ask anybody), but I’ve been developing a theory that, in spite of literally everything, Summer 2022 has become a pretty good movie season. This is due in no small part to my constant, chiggerish contrarianism, which I’ll address momentarily, and… Read More »Bullet Trainand Prey Ride the Summer Wave | Screens
click to enlarge courtesy photo The Adventures of Prince Achmedargued to be the oldest animated feature still with us. Throughout August, metro Detroiters will have a chance to see a range of free and pay-what-you-can puppet-centric films each balmy Friday night of the month. A… Read More »Cinema Lamont and Detroit Puppet Company bring a month-long puppet film series | movies | detroit
click to enlarge courtesy photo Amber Midthunder stars as Naru in Prey. Even as the original predatorreleased in 1987, still feels impeccable for its sly script and cast, and for its abundance of visual and choreographic pleasures, the bar of “decency” its successors should have… Read More »In ‘Prey,’ familiar action is recasted as colonial allegory | movies | detroit
click to enlarge As we approach the halfway mark for the calendar year, some of us may be thinking back to the resolutions that we committed to in January and feeling, well… disappointed. If this sounds like you, you aren’t alone. A study conducted by… Read More »Set a family goal this summer | Capital City Parent
Opinion: Success breeds excess: Make sure you own stock in companies where employees are competitive, not complacent.
Companies with substantial competitive advantages have always had to guard against employee complacency. With employees now a top priority of ESG advocates and regulators, it is more important than ever for investors to discern how a company balances between employee protection and employee encouragement. Investors… Read More »Opinion: Success breeds excess: Make sure you own stock in companies where employees are competitive, not complacent.