1. As Coach Darrell Bevell made his debut during the Lions game on Sunday, the team snatched victory.
This comes after Matt Patricia and General Manager Bob Quinn were fired last weekend.
The team had trailed the Chicago Bears the whole game at soldier field on Sunday, until less than two minutes to go in the fourth quarter, the Lions ended up winning 34-to-30.
The team's next game is against the Green Bay Packers next Sunday at Ford Field.
2. Buddy's Pizza, the iconic Michigan pizza shop, is spreading love and joy this holiday. They're now offering free delivery on their frozen 8-slice Detroit-style square pizzas all across the country through December.
They teamed up with Goldbelly, a national delivery service, to make it happen.
Order the pizza in a three-pack or six-pack, and they can be mix-and-match between cheese and pepperoni. Just go to goldbelly.com/buddys-pizza.
3. A city of lights is what one West Michigan neighborhood has become.
Some homes in one West Michigan neighborhood decided to collaborate on their Christmas decorations and this is the result. (Watch video)
There's tens of thousands of light bulbs synched up to music that you can go check out for free in Wyoming.
They've been doing it for a few years now and have built a bit of a following on social media.
If you want to see them for yourself, the show's up through Christmas off of Sage River Court Southwest.
4. If you're looking for another way to show off your holiday spirit, it could be time to deck out your facial hair.
Beard lights, ornaments, and glitter are all very real things, and they could be just the festive accessories you need.
One option is the "Pimp My Beard" holiday lights, which you can find from seller "Exactly What You Needed GB" on Etsy.
The tiny string of multi-colored lights can be pinned to the beard or used to decorate whatever you like.
If you're in the market for beard ornaments, "Beardaments" sells a 12-piece variety set for just $10.
5. If you are looking to pay it forward this holiday season, the United States Post Office Operation Santa program has officially kicked off.
Visit the USPS website to find a child in need, by reading through letters from children and families.
Once you find a letter that speaks to you, you can purchase gifts, wrap them, and take them to your local post office. Santa handles it from there.
This is the 108th year for the Operation Santa Program. There's still time for families in need to sign up, letters will be accepted through December 15.