The Craig Fahle Show

Podcast for Wednesday August 15, 2012

Wednesday August 15, 2012

On today's show, Craig speaks with Zach Gorchow, Editor of Gongwer News Service, about this newly discovered information in the Bolger-Schmidt alleged election rigging case and what it means for the going forward. Patrick Dooley, Editor of Global Trade Magazine, speaks with Craig about what it means for Detroit to be ranked fourth on the list of Top 50 Cities for Global Trade and the importance of global trade to the city. Craig speaks with the Knight Foundation's Detroit Program Director, Rishi S. Jaitly, TurboVote Founder Seth Flaxman and Matthew Norfleet, Student Body President at Eastern Michigan University, about the TurboVote Initiative. Steve Wasko, Detroit Public Schools Communications Director, and Stephen Henderson, Editorial Page Editor for the Detroit Free Press, speak with Craig about yesterdays court ruling and what it means for DPS going forward. Craig welcomes Detroit Artist and Educator, Sabrina Nelson in studio to discuss The Art of Collecting Art and the event being held at the Virgil Carr Cultural Center. Also, the Metro Times drops by for their weekly segment. This week, Writer and Photographer Doug Coombe talks about his recent interview with Violent J of Insane Clown Posse.

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