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On the Passing of Chika

On the Passing of Chika

It is with a broken heart that I share that our beloved Chika went home to heaven today at 1:43 in the afternoon. She was 7. She went breathing slower and slower until she drifted off like the magical child she was. No morphine. No drama. Just love. She was diagnosed...

Skyping with History of Human Thought

On March 7, Mitch took some time to Skype with Scott Minehart’s History of Human Thought class at Gull Lake High School in Richland, MI. History of Human Thought is a trimester long class that explores different religions–and their moral...
Ernie and Hockey are Back for a Summer Series

Ernie and Hockey are Back for a Summer Series

Back by popular demand, Mitch Albom’s original plays Ernie and Hockey – The Musical! will return to City Theatre inside Hockeytown Cafe. Ernie, about the legendary Detroit Tigers announcer, will return for its seventh year beginning Thursday, June 8...
S.A.Y. Detroit Radiothon set for December 8

S.A.Y. Detroit Radiothon set for December 8

Mitch Albom’s S.A.Y. Detroit Radiothon benefitting area charities will be held Thursday, Dec. 8 at the North Grand Court at the Somerset Collection in Troy. In its fifth year, the radiothon will be broadcast for 15 straight hours on WJR-AM(760), running from 6...
On the Passing of Bernadine Vida

On the Passing of Bernadine Vida

It’s with deep sadness that I post news of the death of Bernadine Vida, a dear, talented lady who designed the costumes for our show Hockey – The Musical! this past summer in Detroit. Bernadine had a long and storied career in costuming, having worked in film and...

Mitch on NPR with Scott Simon

Mitch spoke with NPR’s Scott Simon on Saturday October 22 about the Have Faith Haiti Mission and orphanage in Haiti, the presidential candidates, and the issues not discussed enough in this election campaign. Listen...

On the Passing of Drew Sharp

Drew Sharp, a Detroit Free Press columnist since 1999, died unexpectedly Friday morning at his home in Bloomfield Hills. He was 56. Drew was my colleague for more years that I can remember. We sat side by side in everything from a college basketball game to a World...

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