Daily links to Ann Arbor: Donald Trump calls Lee Bollinger a 'moron'; yarn bombs surface in Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area
Melanie Maxwell | AnnArbor.com
Here's a sampling of links to news about Ann Arbor in other media:
- Wall Street Journal: The Art of the Deal: Trump Calls Bollinger ‘Moron’ Over Columbia Expansion
- Detroit Free Press: Students picking major by matching passion, demand
- MarkMaynard.com: It's called yarn bombing; is it a trend?
- MarkMaynard.com: Make a film, win $100, this Saturday at the Shadow Art Fair
- Crain's Detroit Business: Aastrom Biosciences Inc. to pursue Phase 3 FDA trials for vascular therapy
Here's what people are clicking on today from our stories on AnnArbor.com:
- A poll on the Ann Arbor City Council resolution to oppose Arizona's immigration law in the entry: Ann Arbor City Council to vote on resolution opposing Arizona's controversial immigration law
- A Detroit News story on a lawsuit settlement in the entry: Owners of Ivanhoe House Apartments in Ann Arbor agree to settle discrimination lawsuit
- The Ann Arbor Summer Festival website in the entry: Summer Festival announces venue change for Die Roten Punkte
Here are a few useful links some of our readers have posted in comments on our stories:
- A Flickr slideshow of the Woodards Auto Parts fire in the entry: Fire guts Woodards American Auto Parts in Ypsilanti Township
- A Detroit Free Press database of bridge conditions in the entry: Margie Teall faces Jack Eaton, first opponent in 8 years, in 4th Ward Ann Arbor City Council race
- A link to Senate Bill 1070 in the entry: Ann Arbor City Council adopts resolution opposing Arizona's controversial new immigration law
- Lottie and Doof is a Chicago-based food and recipe blog. On their trip to Ann Arbor, the authors' destinations were Zingerman's and Comet Coffee.
- The Chockleys from Memphis, Tenn., were on a visit to see family; the highlights of their trip were Top of the Park and "expensive sandwiches."
- Sean Aiken's yearlong project, "One Week Job", features a new job every week for a year. Week Two brought him to Ann Arbor, where he was a roadie for Juice.