The owner of Micawber’s Books said Monday that he is closing his popular St. Anthony Park neighborhood bookstore. Tom Bielenberg, who has owned the bookstore since 2003, was seriously injured March 3 when he slipped on ice while walking back to his car after a University of Minnesota women’s basketball game in Minneapolis. His shop, known for its large and varied inventory in a relatively small space, will be open limited hours this week and during the first two weekends in April. It will close permanently April 14. Bielenberg, 67, of Eagan, broke his pelvis and two ribs and dislocated several vertebrae following the Gophers’ win over the Michigan State Spartans, 81-63. “I consciously remember looking for black ice,” he said during a phone interview from his hospital bed at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis. “I stepped off the curb and went down. I fell on my side.” Because of the complexity of his injuries, doctors have decided not … [Read more...] about Micawber’s Books closing after owner’s injury. It has been a popular St. Anthony Park store.
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By Alyssa Pereira, SFGATE Published 3:08 pm PST, Monday, November 12, 2018 Draymond Green (23) is high fived after the Golden State Warriors defeated the New Orleans Pelicans 131-121 at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday, October 31, 2018. Draymond Green (23) is high fived after the Golden State Warriors defeated the New Orleans Pelicans 131-121 at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday, October 31, 2018. Photo: Carlos Avila Gonzalez / The Chronicle Buy photo It wouldn't be an NBA game without rapper Drake on the sidelines. After all, he's best friends with [insert player's name here]. It wouldn't be an NBA game without rapper Drake on the sidelines. After all, he's best friends with [insert player's name here]. Photo: Ezra Shaw, Getty Images Who on earth was that flip flop-wearing guy shouting at Steph Curry? It's Eddy Cue, … [Read more...] about Golden State Warriors’ newest ticket deal: $100 monthly pass — but no view of the court
Paul Egan Detroit Free Press Published 12:35 p.m. UTC Aug 7, 2018 LANSING — An open seat for the top spot in Michigan government has drawn nine candidates for the Aug. 7 primary election. An additional five candidates are still in the hunt for governor for the Nov. 6 general election as well. Parties that are not on the primary ballot, such as the Green Party, can still nominate a general election candidate at a party convention. The field, which once numbered 20, was slimmed down in April, when major party candidates had to file required signatures to get their names on ballots. The governor serves a four-year term and is paid $159,300 a year, plus a $54,000 expense allowance. REPUBLICANS (4) Brian Calley Background: Calley, 40, of Portland has been the lieutenant governor of Michigan since 2011. He earlier served two terms in the state House and two terms with the Ionia County Board of Commissioners. In 2017, Calley spearheaded a ballot initiative … [Read more...] about Michigan governor’s race: 14 candidates aiming to replace Rick Snyder
Charisse Jones and Kelly Tyko USA TODAY Published 9:24 p.m. UTC May 31, 2018 Continuing to shrink its footprint, Sears Holdings said Thursday that it will close another 63 Sears and Kmart stores as it tries to shave costs and regain its footing in the midst of sagging sales. The retailer told employees that it will shutter 15 Kmart and 48 Sears locations in early September, with liquidation sales starting as soon as June 14. Read more: Four Sears stores in Michigan will close. They are: SEARS Flint: 3191 S. Linden Road Dearborn: 18900 Michigan Ave. Sterling Heights: 14100 Lakeside Circle Traverse City: 1212 S. Airport Road W. Other Sears stores closing are: Arizona Phoenix: 10001 N. Metro Parkway West California: City Industry: 100 S Puente Hills Mall Florida Tampa: 7902 Citrus Park Town Center Sanford: 320 Towne Center Circle Georgia Atlanta: 2201 Henderson Mill Road N.E. Morrow: 1300 Southlake Mall Duluth: 2100 … [Read more...] about 4 Michigan Sears stores will close in September
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest For some in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, a ghost town is home The end of copper mining left a lot of ghost towns in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. But not all of them are deserted. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. 17 Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs John Carlisle, Detroit Free Press Published 6:01 a.m. ET Feb. 16, 2018 | Updated 8:59 a.m. ET Feb. 17, 2018 CLOSE The end of copper mining left a lot of ghost towns in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. But not all of them are deserted. Ryan Garza, Detroit Free Press The end of copper mining left a lot of ghost towns in Michigan. But not all of them are deserted. CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN 17 … [Read more...] about For some in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, a ghost town is home