Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer Revealed

Late Wednesday night, Marvel gave fans another look at an upcoming release, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and I think we can expect big things.  Spiderman: No Way Home will see the return of many fan favorite characters, obviously including Peter Parker and his friends, but also the as-always enigmatic wizard Doctor Strange, a crossover that I for one am excited to see. We are also … Continue reading Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer Revealed

Epidemic of Insecurity: An Interview with Dr. Abdul El-Sayed

A couple of weeks ago, I was honored to get the opportunity to interview Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, the 2018 Democratic candidate for Michigan’s Gubernatorial Election, Former Health Commissioner of Detroit, founder of Southpaw Michigan, author of ‘Healing Politics’ co-author of ‘Medicare For All: A Citizen’s Guide’, and author of the newsletter, ‘The Incision.’ In the interview, we discuss a variety of topics including his book, … Continue reading Epidemic of Insecurity: An Interview with Dr. Abdul El-Sayed

Writers’ Picks: Celebrate the End of MP1

This week, we at The City Voice decided it was time to take a breather. There’s another quarter just around the corner, but for now it’s time to sit back, relax, and enjoy a more leisurely weekend. If you’re looking for a good book to curl up with, or a fantastic movie or show to binge, City Voice writers have it covered with their picks … Continue reading Writers’ Picks: Celebrate the End of MP1

Banned: The Great Gatsby

In Banned, we review books on the American Library Association’s list of frequently challenged young adult novels, banned books. The intended audience for all books is “young adult”, typically defined to include ages 12-18. We review them because challenging ideas are the heart of democracy and diversity, because even harmful perspectives should be discussed so that they may be challenged with understanding, and because we believe that … Continue reading Banned: The Great Gatsby

US Open Recap

Unlike last year’s US Open, the 2021 US Open allowed spectators to attend one of the biggest professional tennis tournaments in the world in person. This news was quite exciting for the tennis community, and it showed. The crowds were like no other, the contenders were more competitive than ever, and several teenage underdogs shone throughout the 2-week long tournament.  While tennis singles is typically … Continue reading US Open Recap

You Left People Behind To Die: An Interview with Congressman Peter Meijer

This past week, I was lucky enough to sit down with Michigan Congressman and Grand Rapids native Peter Meijer, representative for Michigan’s 3rd Congressional District and a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, to discuss the hottest topic in the news this past month: the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.  The following interview has been edited for clarity and brevity. Interviewer: One of the ideas … Continue reading You Left People Behind To Die: An Interview with Congressman Peter Meijer