Your Chance To Rename The Golden Butthole Plus 9 Things To Know

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It’s Monday, and your weekend warrior dreams have been dashed. Back to work, automatons! <cracks whip>

Oh, and the city of Sterling Heights would like the public to help rename name the sculpture it calls the Golden Corridor Icon in the median of Hall Road. There are a ton of prizes on offer for first-, second- and third-place entries, so find more information here.

In other news of the absurd, Little Caesars is unveiling a bacon-wrapped deep-dish pizza, ringed with three and a half feet of bacon.

Yes, we discuss some real/serious news as well:

  • A former UAW vice president has been charged as part of a wide-ranging federal corruption investigation
  • President Trump wants General Motors and CEO Mary Barra to re-open its Lordstown, Ohio plant, which made the Chevy Cruze until earlier this month
  • Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber says the league still can’t get behind Detroit’s bid for a new franchise because of Ford Field
  • Detroit’s Islandview neighborhood is getting some apartments that cost as much as $850,000 at the Saint Charles Residences
  • Today is Transit Driver Appreciation Day, so hug your local bus driver
  • And in a new segment, Jer, Shianne and I each take turns sharing a cool place, new or otherwise, that we’ve recently visited. We covered Petite Cabane in Birmingham, the Lexus Velodrome, Taqueria El Rey and the Mutiny Tiki Bar

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