5G is the next generation of wireless technology, building on its predecessors 2G, 3G, and 4G. It is available on today’s smartphones to make and receive calls, run applications and send and receive data.
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Dabls Mbad African Bead Museum in Detroit is dedicated to exhibiting a culture that extends some 8,000 miles away in Africa.
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Because coffee filters are so inexpensive they can be utilized for hundreds of single-use applications. Here are some of the top ideas we found on what to use a coffee filter for.
“Wild turkey meat is very flavorful and can be used in almost any recipe. There is nothing more rewarding than to serve a wild turkey that you harvested for Thanksgiving Day dinner.”
Michigan foods are blessed with such variance in culture and ingredients that you can’t pin down any specific Michigan foods as being “the” iconic favorite
NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) reported that November 2019 was the planet’s second warmest November since record-keeping began in 1880. NASA also considered November 2019 as the second hottest November on record, a scant 0.04°C behind the record-setting November 2015.
A photo essay of Detroit by writer and photographer Keith King