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Academic search engines have become the number one resource to turn to in order to find research papers and other scholarly sources. While classic academic databases like Web of Science and Scopus are locked behind paywalls, Google Scholar and others can be accessed free of charge. In order to help you get your research done fast, we have compiled the top list of free academic search engines.

Google Scholar is the clear number one when it comes to academic search engines. It's the power of Google searches applied to research papers and patents. It not only lets you find research papers for all academic disciplines for free but also often provides links to full-text PDF files.

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BASE is hosted at Bielefeld University in Germany. That is also where its name stems from (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine).

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Search interface of Bielefeld Academic Search Engine aka BASE

CORE is an academic search engine dedicated to open-access research papers. For each search result, a link to the full-text PDF or full-text web page is provided.

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Science.gov is a fantastic resource as it bundles and offers free access to search results from more than 15 U.S. federal agencies. There is no need anymore to query all those resources separately!

  • Coverage: approx. 200 million articles and reports
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Semantic Scholar is the new kid on the block. Its mission is to provide more relevant and impactful search results using AI-powered algorithms that find hidden connections and links between research topics.

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Google Scholar is an academic search engine, and it is the clear number one when it comes to academic search engines. It's the power of Google searches applied to research papers and patents. It not only let's you find research papers for all academic disciplines for free, but also often provides links to full text PDF file.

Semantic Scholar is a free, AI-powered research tool for scientific literature developed at the Allen Institute for AI. Sematic Scholar was publicly released in 2015 and uses advances in natural language processing to provide summaries for scholarly papers.

BASE , as its name suggest is an academic search engine. It is hosted at Bielefeld University in Germany and that's where it name stems from (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine).

CORE is an academic search engine dedicated to open access research papers. For each search result a link to the full text PDF or full text web page is provided.

Science.gov is a fantastic resource as it bundles and offers free access to search results from more than 15 U.S. federal agencies. There is no need any more to query all those resources separately!

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Research paper is a written report which contains the results of original scientific research (primary research article) or the review of published scientific papers on one or several science topics (review article). In primary research articles, the authors give vital information about the research that allows other members of the scientific community to evaluate it, reproduce science experiments, and also to assess the reasoning and conclusions drawn from them. Review articles are designed to analyze, evaluate, summarize or synthesize research already conducted in primary academic sources. Quite often, a science article combines these two types of scientific text, including the overview and original parts.

Currently, the number of scientific articles in open access is growing fast, but all of them are spread on numerous science websites on the Internet, and therefore it is hard for a researcher to find the necessary information for new science discoveries or download PDF due to the unreliability of websites.

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Open access in scientific publishing represents a transformative approach that breaks down traditional barriers to knowledge dissemination. It is a movement dedicated to making scientific research freely available to all, fostering a more inclusive and collaborative scientific community. At its core, open access allows for the unrestricted sharing of research findings, enabling scientists, academicians, and the general public to access and utilize scientific papers without the constraints of subscription fees or licensing restrictions. This paradigm shift in scholarly communication is driven by the belief that knowledge, particularly that which is publicly funded, should be a communal resource, accessible to everyone for the greater good of society.

In the realm of scientific research, open access has numerous advantages. It accelerates the pace of discovery by allowing researchers to build upon existing work without delay, facilitating interdisciplinary collaboration and cross-pollination of ideas across various fields. This is particularly crucial in addressing global challenges, where rapid and unencumbered access to research can lead to faster solutions. Furthermore, open access democratizes knowledge by making it available to researchers in developing countries who may not have the resources for expensive journal subscriptions, thereby narrowing the research gap between high and low-income countries.

The open access model also aligns with the digital age's ethos of openness and transparency. It enables a more efficient validation and critique process, as a larger audience can scrutinize and contribute to the research. This can lead to higher quality and more reliable scientific work. Moreover, it provides an equal platform for emerging researchers and institutions to share their findings, ensuring that the visibility and impact of research are not confined to those within well-funded, prestigious entities.

However, the transition to open access is not without challenges. The sustainability of publishing models, quality assurance, and equitable distribution of costs are ongoing concerns. Despite these hurdles, the open access movement is gaining momentum, driven by the global scientific community's commitment to an open, accessible, and collaborative future in research. As we move forward, open access stands as a beacon of progress, symbolizing a world where knowledge is a shared and freely accessible asset, driving innovation and societal advancement.

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If you’re preparing to write an academic research paper, our free research paper template is the perfect starting point. In the template, we cover every section step by step, with clear, straightforward explanations and examples .

The template’s structure is based on the tried and trusted best-practice format for formal academic research papers. The template structure reflects the overall research process, ensuring your paper will have a smooth, logical flow from chapter to chapter.

The research paper template covers the following core sections:

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The research paper template is provided as a Google Doc. You can download it in MS Word format or make a copy to your Google Drive. You’re also welcome to convert it to whatever format works best for you, such as LaTeX or PDF.

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The template follows the standard best-practice structure for formal academic research papers, so it is suitable for the vast majority of degrees, particularly those within the sciences.

Some universities may have some additional requirements, but these are typically minor, with the core structure remaining the same. Therefore, it’s always a good idea to double-check your university’s requirements before you finalise your structure.

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This template can be used for a research paper at any level of study. It may be slight overkill for an undergraduate-level study, but it certainly won’t be missing anything.

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This depends entirely on your university’s specific requirements, so it’s best to check with them. We include generic word count ranges for each section within the template, but these are purely indicative. 

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In the fast-paced world of academic research, keeping up with the ever-growing body of literature can be a daunting task. Researchers and students often find themselves inundated with lengthy research papers, making it challenging to quickly grasp the core ideas and insights. AI-powered research paper summarizers have emerged as powerful tools, leveraging advanced algorithms to condense lengthy documents into concise and readable summaries.

In this article, we will explore the top AI research paper summarizers, each designed to streamline the process of understanding and synthesizing academic literature:

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Tenorshare AI PDF Tool is a cutting-edge solution that harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to simplify the process of summarizing research papers. With its user-friendly interface and advanced AI algorithms, this tool quickly analyzes and condenses lengthy papers into concise, readable summaries, allowing researchers to grasp the core ideas without having to read the entire document.

One of the standout features of Tenorshare AI PDF Tool is its interactive chat interface, powered by ChatGPT. This innovative functionality enables users to ask questions and retrieve specific information from the PDF document, making it easier to navigate and understand complex research papers. The tool also efficiently extracts critical sections and information, such as the abstract, methodology, results, and conclusions, streamlining the reading process and helping users focus on the most relevant parts of the document.

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Better Siri is coming: what Apple’s research says about its AI plans

Apple hasn’t talked too much about ai so far — but it’s been working on stuff. a lot of stuff..

By David Pierce , editor-at-large and Vergecast co-host with over a decade of experience covering consumer tech. Previously, at Protocol, The Wall Street Journal, and Wired.

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It would be easy to think that Apple is late to the game on AI. Since late 2022, when ChatGPT took the world by storm, most of Apple’s competitors have fallen over themselves to catch up. While Apple has certainly talked about AI and even released some products with AI in mind, it seemed to be dipping a toe in rather than diving in headfirst.

But over the last few months, rumors and reports have suggested that Apple has, in fact, just been biding its time, waiting to make its move. There have been reports in recent weeks that Apple is talking to both OpenAI and Google about powering some of its AI features, and the company has also been working on its own model, called Ajax .

If you look through Apple’s published AI research, a picture starts to develop of how Apple’s approach to AI might come to life. Now, obviously, making product assumptions based on research papers is a deeply inexact science — the line from research to store shelves is windy and full of potholes. But you can at least get a sense of what the company is thinking about — and how its AI features might work when Apple starts to talk about them at its annual developer conference, WWDC, in June.

Smaller, more efficient models

I suspect you and I are hoping for the same thing here: Better Siri. And it looks very much like Better Siri is coming! There’s an assumption in a lot of Apple’s research (and in a lot of the tech industry, the world, and everywhere) that large language models will immediately make virtual assistants better and smarter. For Apple, getting to Better Siri means making those models as fast as possible — and making sure they’re everywhere.

In iOS 18, Apple plans to have all its AI features running on an on-device, fully offline model, Bloomberg recently reported . It’s tough to build a good multipurpose model even when you have a network of data centers and thousands of state-of-the-art GPUs — it’s drastically harder to do it with only the guts inside your smartphone. So Apple’s having to get creative.

In a paper called “ LLM in a flash: Efficient Large Language Model Inference with Limited Memory ” (all these papers have really boring titles but are really interesting, I promise!), researchers devised a system for storing a model’s data, which is usually stored on your device’s RAM, on the SSD instead. “We have demonstrated the ability to run LLMs up to twice the size of available DRAM [on the SSD],” the researchers wrote, “achieving an acceleration in inference speed by 4-5x compared to traditional loading methods in CPU, and 20-25x in GPU.” By taking advantage of the most inexpensive and available storage on your device, they found, the models can run faster and more efficiently. 

Apple’s researchers also created a system called EELBERT that can essentially compress an LLM into a much smaller size without making it meaningfully worse. Their compressed take on Google’s Bert model was 15 times smaller — only 1.2 megabytes — and saw only a 4 percent reduction in quality. It did come with some latency tradeoffs, though.

In general, Apple is pushing to solve a core tension in the model world: the bigger a model gets, the better and more useful it can be, but also the more unwieldy, power-hungry, and slow it can become. Like so many others, the company is trying to find the right balance between all those things while also looking for a way to have it all.

Siri, but good

A lot of what we talk about when we talk about AI products is virtual assistants — assistants that know things, that can remind us of things, that can answer questions, and get stuff done on our behalf. So it’s not exactly shocking that a lot of Apple’s AI research boils down to a single question: what if Siri was really, really, really good?

A group of Apple researchers has been working on a way to use Siri without needing to use a wake word at all; instead of listening for “Hey Siri” or “Siri,” the device might be able to simply intuit whether you’re talking to it. “This problem is significantly more challenging than voice trigger detection,” the researchers did acknowledge, “since there might not be a leading trigger phrase that marks the beginning of a voice command.” That might be why another group of researchers developed a system to more accurately detect wake words . Another paper trained a model to better understand rare words, which are often not well understood by assistants.

In both cases, the appeal of an LLM is that it can, in theory, process much more information much more quickly. In the wake-word paper, for instance, the researchers found that by not trying to discard all unnecessary sound but, instead, feeding it all to the model and letting it process what does and doesn’t matter, the wake word worked far more reliably.

Once Siri hears you, Apple’s doing a bunch of work to make sure it understands and communicates better. In one paper, it developed a system called STEER (which stands for Semantic Turn Extension-Expansion Recognition, so we’ll go with STEER) that aims to improve your back-and-forth communication with an assistant by trying to figure out when you’re asking a follow-up question and when you’re asking a new one. In another, it uses LLMs to better understand “ambiguous queries” to figure out what you mean no matter how you say it. “In uncertain circumstances,” they wrote, “intelligent conversational agents may need to take the initiative to reduce their uncertainty by asking good questions proactively, thereby solving problems more effectively.” Another paper aims to help with that, too: researchers used LLMs to make assistants less verbose and more understandable when they’re generating answers.

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Whenever Apple does talk publicly about AI, it tends to focus less on raw technological might and more on the day-to-day stuff AI can actually do for you. So, while there’s a lot of focus on Siri — especially as Apple looks to compete with devices like the Humane AI Pin, the Rabbit R1, and Google’s ongoing smashing of Gemini into all of Android — there are plenty of other ways Apple seems to see AI being useful.

One obvious place for Apple to focus is on health: LLMs could, in theory, help wade through the oceans of biometric data collected by your various devices and help you make sense of it all. So, Apple has been researching how to collect and collate all of your motion data, how to use gait recognition and your headphones to identify you, and how to track and understand your heart rate data. Apple also created and released “the largest multi-device multi-location sensor-based human activity dataset” available after collecting data from 50 participants with multiple on-body sensors.

Apple also seems to imagine AI as a creative tool. For one paper, researchers interviewed a bunch of animators, designers, and engineers and built a system called Keyframer that “enable[s] users to iteratively construct and refine generated designs.” Instead of typing in a prompt and getting an image, then typing another prompt to get another image, you start with a prompt but then get a toolkit to tweak and refine parts of the image to your liking. You could imagine this kind of back-and-forth artistic process showing up anywhere from the Memoji creator to some of Apple’s more professional artistic tools.

In another paper , Apple describes a tool called MGIE that lets you edit an image just by describing the edits you want to make. (“Make the sky more blue,” “make my face less weird,” “add some rocks,” that sort of thing.) “Instead of brief but ambiguous guidance, MGIE derives explicit visual-aware intention and leads to reasonable image editing,” the researchers wrote. Its initial experiments weren’t perfect, but they were impressive.

We might even get some AI in Apple Music: for a paper called “ Resource-constrained Stereo Singing Voice Cancellation ,” researchers explored ways to separate voices from instruments in songs — which could come in handy if Apple wants to give people tools to, say, remix songs the way you can on TikTok or Instagram.

An image showing the Ferret-UI AI system from Apple.

Over time, I’d bet this is the kind of stuff you’ll see Apple lean into, especially on iOS. Some of it Apple will build into its own apps; some it will offer to third-party developers as APIs. (The recent Journaling Suggestions feature is probably a good guide to how that might work.) Apple has always trumpeted its hardware capabilities, particularly compared to your average Android device; pairing all that horsepower with on-device, privacy-focused AI could be a big differentiator.

But if you want to see the biggest, most ambitious AI thing going at Apple, you need to know about Ferret . Ferret is a multi-modal large language model that can take instructions, focus on something specific you’ve circled or otherwise selected, and understand the world around it. It’s designed for the now-normal AI use case of asking a device about the world around you, but it might also be able to understand what’s on your screen. In the Ferret paper, researchers show that it could help you navigate apps, answer questions about App Store ratings, describe what you’re looking at, and more. This has really exciting implications for accessibility but could also completely change the way you use your phone — and your Vision Pro and / or smart glasses someday.

We’re getting way ahead of ourselves here, but you can imagine how this would work with some of the other stuff Apple is working on. A Siri that can understand what you want, paired with a device that can see and understand everything that’s happening on your display, is a phone that can literally use itself. Apple wouldn’t need deep integrations with everything; it could simply run the apps and tap the right buttons automatically. 

Again, all this is just research, and for all of it to work well starting this spring would be a legitimately unheard-of technical achievement. (I mean, you’ve tried chatbots — you know they’re not great.) But I’d bet you anything we’re going to get some big AI announcements at WWDC. Apple CEO Tim Cook even teased as much in February, and basically promised it on this week’s earnings call. And two things are very clear: Apple is very much in the AI race, and it might amount to a total overhaul of the iPhone. Heck, you might even start willingly using Siri! And that would be quite the accomplishment.

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This year’s Restaurant of the Year Classic never lost sight of Detroit's French roots

Chef and owner Paul Grosz dresses lamb chops with spinach custard and vegetables at Cuisine.

For its 23-year run serving fine, French dishes in the New Center neighborhood , Cuisine is the 2024 Detroit Free Press/Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers Restaurant of the Year Classic. Executive Chef Paul Grosz earns the Sylvia Rector Lifetime Achievement Award for Hospitality.

Chef Paul Grosz recently shuffled through a handful of papers and uncovered a memento of his storied culinary past.

Grosz pored over a three-page essay he’d written as a high school student in the 1980s at Warren Consolidated Schools on the type of restaurant he hoped to open someday. The name of the restaurant was Cuisine , and from the name down to the charming townhouse with the flair of a European estate and the circular tables draped in white linens, the essay narrated the essence of what Grosz’s French restaurant is today, more than 40 years since he outlined his dream on those pages.

The Cuisine of Grosz’s adolescence was inspired by the former monthly food magazine acquired by Conde Nast in 1984.

“That name stuck with me,” Grosz said. “If you define cuisine, it's not only food, it's the culture of cooking. The restaurant will always be known for its food and the chef that cooks here — whether it's me or somebody else in the future — and of course, service and wine fall into that as well. But I want there to be a food culture here.”

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As he stood in the dining room at Cuisine after reading that defining essay, Grosz was in awe.

“To look back on those notes and see exactly what I wanted to do back then as a teenager, and to actually have done it in my 30s is pretty cool,” he said

At Cuisine, Grosz has created a culture of fine dining rooted in French cooking. Since it opened in 2001, the restaurant has become a special-occasion destination for locals from across the region. Located across the street from the Albert Kahn-designed Fisher Building, home of the Fisher Theatre and Broadway in Detroit , it’s a sophisticated place for showgoers to fill their bellies before a long, lively musical, or to compare interpretations of a heady play.

Mahogany wainscoting throughout the space and warm lighting hearken back to a time when Detroit’s elite, like the Fisher brothers — the automakers who owned the theater and the home that Cuisine now occupies — valued craftsmanship and grandeur. Today, though, television screens airing sporting events at the bar and modern cobalt blue light fixtures tone down any sense of pretense in the space.

Grosz was introduced to French cooking in 1983 when he joined Keith Famie’s opening team at Raphael’s, then the popular French restaurant attached to the Sheraton Detroit Novi Hotel. From that experience, his love for the cuisine grew.

There was an ease that Grosz felt in French kitchens, a sensibility that came naturally to him. When paired with a little bit of divine timing and a lot of hard work, his pure talent set him on an early path to success in the field.

Grosz looked to the greats to master the craft. Just after high school graduation, he accepted an opportunity to work in the Chicago area under Jean Banchet, the late Le Francais chef. He collected cookbooks by Roger Vergé and Paul Bocuse — “He was my hero,” he said — and studied their recipes as intently as he studied their lives and food philosophies.  

“With social media and the Internet, it’s such a golden age of opportunity right now, but back then, you had to put a little more effort in,” he said.

He’d visit New York City often to witness the ascension of superstar chefs like Daniel Boulud, Eric Ripert and Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and traveled across the globe as part of his research. He earned a more formalized training at the famed Le Cordon Bleu in Paris.

“Traveling, actually going to France and across Europe and studying not just food but the people and the culture, that's where I fell in love," Grosz said.

Grosz had plans to take his passion for French cooking to the East Coast — “My next move was probably going to be New York or L.A., but I felt L.A.’s dining scene wasn't ready yet and New York’s definitely was,” he said — but metro Detroit called him home. In 1988, he accepted a role to head up the kitchen at La Rotisserie at the former Hyatt Regency Dearborn.

At 24, Grosz landed his first executive chef job and in just three years, he’d take on a new position at the helm of the kitchen at the Whitney.  

“That was one of the hardest jobs I ever had in my life,” he said of his early days at the palatial Romanesque Revival restaurant. The swanky mansion consistently drew large crowds with reservations booked to capacity daily. And as a 27-year-old chef, he was challenged to earn the respect of seasoned cooks.   

To date, Grosz is always up for a challenge. The chef spent 10 years in the position at the Whitney before leaving his post to open Cuisine.

A Warren native with decades of experience working in metro Detroit restaurants, Grosz has seen the evolution of Detroit’s dining scene. He remembers a time when the city’s trusted French restaurants were few — he recalled the former La Fontaine at the GMRenCen and Pontchartrain Wine Cellars as two standouts in the ’80s — and admitted to traveling to bigger cities for top-quality dining experiences.

He celebrated when chef Jimmy Schmidt became the city’s first James Beard Award-winner for his skills at the Rattlesnake Club in 1993, and was patient during the subsequent 30 years when Detroit became a flyover city for the Beards and other national accolades.

Today though, Grosz is proud to see the progress and growth of Detroit’s food industry. With another James Beard Award-winner in Warda Bouguettaya in 2022 and deserving finalists each year since , Grosz believes Detroit is ready for the next level.

“I’d like to see the Michelin Guide come to Detroit,” he said. “We've finally become a food scene over the last several years, and I think we're ready.”

An avid traveler, Grosz has tasted dishes that have met the standards to earn three Michelin stars and believes Detroit delivers the same level of excellence. He touts the chefs from across the country who recognized the value in Detroit and brought their talents and cuisines here, diversifying the city’s restaurant scene.

“You're getting chefs from outside of Detroit, which I love to see because they're changing the culture," he said. "They're bringing in their own regional cuisine. I had to leave to learn more than what I was seeing in Detroit whereas now, a young cook doesn't have to leave Detroit. There's enough talent here now and different styles of cooking that you can gather enough to succeed.”

As the restaurant scene around it has experienced the bright spots and weathered the dark times, Cuisine, too has experienced its highs and lows.

When Grosz opened the restaurant in June 2001, the intent was to give his staff an opportunity to find its footing by the theater’s fall season. As the chefs perfected a menu of French classics like foie gras and steak frites and the service team got into a rhythm, the terrorist attacks of 9/11 slowed the tempo.

“9/11 was scary because military trucks pulled up across the street and were protecting the Fisher Building,” Grosz said. The historic building was under suspicion of being attacked.

Still, in 2002, the Detroit Free Press named Cuisine its third annual Restaurant of the Year. The honor helped usher in large crowds of epicureans and brought some relief to the business after a lag in patronage and eventually, Grosz earned enough to purchase the historic home that houses the restaurant.

In 2008, Grosz felt the tremble of the Great Recession and just five years later, the aftershock of the Detroit bankruptcy.

“Things were just really bad,” he said. “We barely got through that and then we rebounded and things were going well — and then COVID happened.”

The COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 devastated the business unlike any crisis before it

“Nothing compared to COVID because we were forced to shut down by our own government,” he said. “I got into this industry at a young age because I thought there was always going to be a job for me to cook somewhere. Now I'm being told that I can't cook anywhere, and it took a couple of weeks to wrap my mind around that.”

As longtime restaurants in the area shuttered in the wake of the pandemic, Grosz considered the possibility of closing Cuisine’s doors permanently, but he couldn't accept the defeat.

“I told myself, ‘You know what? I don't want to go out like this.’ I wanted to keep pushing the envelope and to finish on my own terms.” It’s this grit that has powered Grosz's 50-year culinary career.

If you peek into the kitchen on any given night at Cuisine, you’ll likely see the soft-spoken chef meticulously dusting a plate of chubby scallops with vibrant dehydrated beets or topping a potato pancake the size of a half-dollar with a mound of caviar the color of night.

You may even spot him mentoring a team of interns on rotation at the restaurant. For more than 13 years, Grosz has become a culinary academic, beginning as an adjunct instructor at Schoolcraft College's culinary arts program in 2010, and transitioning to a full-time faculty member in 2021.

Grosz was at first reluctant to venture into teaching, but renowned Detroit chef Brian Polcyn encouraged him to share his gift with a new generation of cooks.

“He reminded me that someone taught us and we needed to give back,” he said of his conversation with Polcyn. Grosz said he shadowed a class of Polcyn's and was hooked right away.

In his years as a professor, Grosz has impacted the lives of hundreds of today’s most acclaimed local chefs, an accomplishment that comes a close second to his own immediate family.

“I'm not proud of anything else, I swear.”

For his commitment to the craft of French cooking and the overall culinary arts, chef Paul Grosz has earned the Detroit Free Press/Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers Sylvia Rector Lifetime Achievement Award for Hospitality. And as the 2024 Restaurant of the Year Classic, Cuisine is the first establishment to become a two-time honoree in the history of the Free Press’ Restaurant of the Year program.

Named the 2002 Restaurant of the Year, Cuisine is the longest standing restaurant that remains open in the program’s 24-year history, and has paved the way for a new generation of French-inspired hotspots.

In recent years, a gust of French restaurants have breezed through the city, many even topping the Detroit Free Press’ Top 10 lists. In 2021, downtown Detroit welcomed The Statler, a French-American Bistro. Last year, Bar Pigalle took the No. 1 spot and Ladder 4 , the popular wine bar with a French underpinning, was named the 2023 Restaurant of the Year. This year’s list even features an ambitious concept with French influence.

“When you think about it, Detroit was once a French territory and here we are, 300-plus years later and we're finally starting to see more French restaurants,” Grosz said.

But for this chef, French cooking is no trend. It’s not a fad nor is there a French resurgence in his world.

“French cooking is not something new for me. It’s what I've always done.”

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Slim Shady 'obituary' runs in The Detroit News, teasing upcoming Eminem album

"the death of slim shady" is due out this summer..

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On page 3B of Monday's Detroit News, tucked inside the Sports section underneath a college football notebook item, a three-paragraph "obituary" ran for Slim Shady, the alter ego of rap superstar Eminem.

"Slim Shady Made Lasting Impressions," reads the headline of the obit, a covert piece of advertising for Eminem's upcoming new album "The Death of Slim Shady." "Fans 'Will Never Forget' Controversial Rapper."

Underneath a picture of Eminem in overalls and a hockey mask, a look he sported on 2000's "Up in Smoke" tour, the copy reads, "A product of Detroit who began his career there as a rogue splinter in the flourishing underground rap scene of the mid to late 1990's, Shady first became a household name in 1999 with the debut of his playfully deranged single 'My Name Is,' which — along with its uniquely eye catching video — exposed the young artist and his lyrics to a wider audience.

"That audience was soon exposed to the extreme darkness of the muse/ rapper, as he led millions of music fans down a road that glorified a demonstrably nihilistic worldview."

The obit continues and talks about the rapper's "horrific end," as well as "his complex and tortured existence."

"May he truly find the peace in an afterlife that he could not find on Earth."

The piece is marked as an advertisement, but there's no reference to the album, or to Eminem, or to Marshall Mathers.

The ad also ran in Monday's Detroit Free Press.

"The Death of Slim Shady (Coup de Grâce)" was announced last month , the same night that Eminem appeared at the opening of the NFL Draft in downtown Detroit.

The set is the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's 12th studio album, and first since 2020's "Music to Be Murdered By."

The album was teased by an advertisement for a fake "Unsolved Mysteries"-type show titled "Detroit Murder Files." Watch the ad here:

No release date has been announced for the album, only a summer timeline.

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Knicks vs. Pacers schedule: Where to watch, NBA scores, game predictions, odds for NBA playoff series

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The New York Knicks and Indiana Pacers have renewed their playoff rivalry in the 2024 NBA postseason. The Knicks took care of business at home by winning 121-91 in Game 5 on Tuesday night in their second-round series. New York is up 3-2 in the best-of-seven series and are now one win away from their first trip to the Eastern Conference finals since 2000. The series shifts back to Indianapolis for Game 6 on Friday. 

Jalen Brunson exploded for 44 points in Game 5 for the Knicks. He went for 28 points in the first half, which is the highest mark in any half for a Knicks player in a playoff game in the play-by-play era (since 1996-97). It also marked the fifth time in this playoff run that Brunson has hit the 40-point mark.

By the time the game was basically out of reach around the midpoint of the third quarter, Pacers star Tyrese Haliburton had taken just four shots. He finished with 13 points and five assists on nine shots. Indiana will try to regroup for Game 6 at home, where the Pacers are unbeaten in these playoffs.

The Knicks and Pacers met six times in the playoffs over an eight-year span between 1993 and 2000. The names are different this time around. Instead of Reggie Miller and Patrick Ewing, it's Brunson and Haliburton. The stakes, however, are just as high. The winner will advance to the Eastern Conference finals. 

Here's everything you need to know as the Knicks and Pacers continue their renewed rivalry.

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  • Game 1: Knicks 121, Pacers 117 -- New York leads 1-0
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  • Game 3:  Pacers 111, Knicks 106 -- New York leads 2-1
  • Game 4:  Pacers 121, Knicks 89 -- Series tied 2-2
  • Game 5: Knicks 121, Pacers 91 -- New York leads 2-1
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Knicks: The Knicks are likely to be without OG Anunoby again for Game 6. He has not played since Game 2 due to a hamstring strain, and Chris Haynes reported on Tuesday that the Knicks are targeting the Eastern Conference finals, should they get there, for a return. That means they'll once again need Alec Burks to step up. The veteran, who had been out of the rotation prior to the Knicks' injury crisis, came off the bench to score 18 points in their Game 5 win.

Pacers: This young Pacers team has dealt with pressure during their playoff run, but this is the first time that they've had their backs squarely against the wall. How will they respond in a must-win situation? They'll need a much better performance than Game 5, when they were crushed. The good news is that during the postseason they are a perfect 5-0 at home, thanks in part to their electric crowd and the comfort their role players feel. 

Opening series odds : Knicks -265, Pacers +210 Series odds after Game 4:  Knicks +120, Pacers -145

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