EAST LANSING – Holocaust survivor Martin Lowenberg, 90, tells his story to honor the 11 million victims who died, including his brothers and parents. He also wants to make sure that nothing like this can ever happen again. “Why kill? Why burn? 1-and-a-half million beautiful children dead.
March is Distracted Drivers Awareness Month. Distracted driving is now thought of as being just as dangerous as driving and driving. A former Michigan State student life was dramatically changed because of a distracted driver.
In a local bar in East Lansing, David Barrett was watching Larry Bird compete at the highest level, portraying the perfect illustration of how the game of basketball should be played. While Bird ran up and down the court, Barrett began to write on a napkin in his own words the true beauty of basketball. “I had an idea, and I knew I had something special,” Barrett said. That idea changed the landscape of college basketball forever. It was on that napkin, Barrett wrote the lyrics of “One Shining Moment.”
Nye feels that there is hope for his life while dealing with depression.
“It’s like I’m excited because yeah I might be miserable now and I’ve been miserable for probably 5 years of my life and had one good month but that one month is enough for me to see okay this isn’t permanent.”