With the bar exam about a month and a half away, I have been unable to sufficiently perform my duties at detroitarmy.com. Based on your opinion of lawyers, the bar exam may or may not be a legitimate excuse, but whether it is or isn't, is neither here nor there. It is what it is. If my staff ever grows larger than one (myself) and about 2/3 of a person (my much appreciated contributing writers), large commitments such as this hopefully won't take such a toll on the frequency of information provided.
Anyway, while I am presently unable to spend the amount of time on each story that they deserve, I have to mention that the GM River Days Festival begins tomorrow, and ends with the 50th Annual Target Fireworks on Monday June 23. There will be plenty to do over the four days, as new and improved waterfront activities have been added to last year's already lengthy list. It's always fun to be down by the river on a beautiful day, even if the national musical acts aren't very impressive (Hey, I love some old school Brian McKnight just as much as the next guy, and needless to say, B Mcknight worked miracles with the ladies during my high school days, but that doesn't by any means give justification for him being the headlining act).
Below I've provided a few informational links regarding the GM River Days Festival...
Detroit River Days Official Site
Waterfront Comes Alive for GM River Days
Ann Stavrou, Shelby Township, carries her granddaughter Ann, 2, as she marches in the parade. - Traditional Greek soldiers, known as Evzones, march along Monroe during the 15th annual Greek Independence Day Parade in Detroit on April 17, 2016. 15th ...
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