Adam Graham The Detroit News Published 8:24 AM EDT May 10, 2019 In what has become an annual country music tradition, Luke Bryan will once again close his tour at Ford Field, the country superstar announced Friday. "I love a good family tradition and this has become one!" Bryan said in a release. "Wrapping up my tour for the fourth time at Ford Field is seriously unbelievable. This crowd brings so much energy and a big party and I can't wait to get back there." Bryan will perform at the Detroit Lions' home on Oct. 25. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. May 17 through Ticketmaster and the Ford Field box office, while a Citi presale will begin at 10 a.m. Monday. Bryan's tour, dubbed the Sunset Repeat Tour, also features openers Cole Swindell, Jon Langston and DJ Rock. Bryan first headlined Ford Field in 2015, following with tour-ending shows in 2016 and 2018. He skipped Ford Field in favor of a Faster Horses appearance in 2017. Bryan's latest … [Read more...] about Luke Bryan to once again wrap tour at Ford Field
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By Jordan Blum Published 3:32 pm CST, Tuesday, February 26, 2019 Sunset at a oil lease owned by Houston-based EOG Resources in the Eagle Ford Shale. Higher oil prices in 2018 resulted in higher drilling activity in Texas, State, data from the Railroad Commission of Texas shows. With 556 drilling permits filed in 2018, EOG is ranked as the top driller in Texas. less Sunset at a oil lease owned by Houston-based EOG Resources in the Eagle Ford Shale. Higher oil prices in 2018 resulted in higher drilling activity in Texas, State, data from the Railroad Commission of Texas ... more Photo: NA / EOG Resources Photo: NA / EOG Resources Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Sunset at a oil lease owned by Houston-based EOG Resources in the Eagle Ford Shale. Higher oil prices in 2018 … [Read more...] about EOG Resources touts profit, increased spending
An Elgin-based popcorn store with two more locations in the Chicago area was recognized by the city council as a successful black-owned business as part of Black History Month celebrations. Chris Sumner launched Mama Lee's Gourmet Popcorn in July of 2015 at 20 S. Spring Street in downtown Elgin. He opened a second location in late 2016 inside Spring Hill Mall in West Dundee, and a third one in August at Ford City Mall in Chicago. Sumner and his wife, Ashley, were recognized Wednesday with a proclamation read by Councilwoman Tish Powell, and Sumner's "Popcorn Song" video was played on a big screen in the council chambers."I'm so proud of Chris and Ashley," Powell said.Sumner, who grew up in Elgin and gets called "Mr. Popcorn," said, "As a black-owned business, hands down I'm proud of the success we've been having."Ashley Sumner, who works in the city's 311 Contact Center, credited her husband's vision and determination, describing how he started making popcorn flavors at home while … [Read more...] about Elgin popcorn shop Mama Lee’s honored by city council
By Sergio Chapa, Houston Chronicle Published 2:29 pm CST, Monday, January 28, 2019 Sunset at Choke Canyon Reservoir. The U.S. Geological Survey confirmed that three earthquakes hit near the Eagle Ford Shale town of Three Rivers over the weekend. One of the quakes registered below the North Shore Unit of Choke Canyon State Park. less Sunset at Choke Canyon Reservoir. The U.S. Geological Survey confirmed that three earthquakes hit near the Eagle Ford Shale town of Three Rivers over the weekend. One of the quakes registered below the North ... more Photo: Sergio Chapa / Houston Chroincle Photo: Sergio Chapa / Houston Chroincle Image 1 of / 5 Caption Close Image 1 of 5 Sunset at Choke Canyon Reservoir. The U.S. Geological Survey confirmed that three earthquakes hit near the Eagle … [Read more...] about Trio of earthquakes hit near Eagle Ford town of Three Rivers
As redevelopment of St. Paul's former Ford Motor Co. factory site gets closer to reality, the project developer is asking the city to consider making several tweaks to the 122-acre site's master zoning plan. Among them: adding 35 large single-family homes along Mississippi River Boulevard, obtaining the flexibility to build rowhouses near a recreated river through the property, and adding parking space near offices and shops. What's not yet known, however, is how much money developer Ryan Cos. wants the city to provide for roads, sewers, utilities and affordable housing. While Ryan and the city aren't saying how much tax subsidy would be part of the deal, it's a good bet that the largest redevelopment project in St. Paul history will also become one of the heftiest tax-increment financing districts in the state. Tax-increment financing (TIF) is a tool used by cities and other authorities to promote development in areas where it would not otherwise occur. It's used to clean pollution, … [Read more...] about St. Paul’s Ford site expected to tap into TIF, but how much?