Hot Weekend Breakfast Links: Northern Lights Michigan Edition

Week of Feb. 27-March 5: Michigan gets its best look at the Aurora Borealis in 10 years; wind energy prices come down as the state gears up for more renewables; Detroit as a hotbed of technology; a Harvard fellow argues health care is too complex; the home of the Detroit auto show gets a bling makeover; and spend a couple weeks making art in the Michigan wilderness. Care for some eggs with your breakfast links?

  • Tech jobs on rise in Michigan (Detroit News)
  • Renewable energy costs in Michigan lower than first anticipated as a 2015 mandate approaches (Muskegon Chronicle)
  • Suppliers see fair winds as utilities prep for energy act (Crain’s)
  • Leaders say Cobo renovation could boost region (Detroit News)
  • A gallery of the new Cobo Center (News)
  • Michigan Works would shut down under U.S. House budget (LSJ)
  • Marquette General joins cancer care network (WLUC-TV)
  • Radically Rethinking Health Care Delivery (Harvard Business Review)
  • Best northern lights viewing in Michigan (MLive)
  • Property of the late Suzanne Parish may become park on Lake Michigan (Kalamazoo Gazette)
  • Parks Seek Artists (Great Lakes Gazette)
  • Once a Villain, Coconut Oil Charms the Health Food World (NYT)
  • Weighing in on “Heavy”: New TV reality show (Lisa Johnson Fitness)
  • 21 Healthiest Packaged Foods (ABC News)

And because we just can’t help ourselves here at A Healthier Michigan, more Detroit RoboCop madness:

Photo by GuideGunnar.



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