The Detroit Symphony Orchestra attracted 712 new donors in May of 2013.
The podcast for Tuesday, June 11, 2013.
Craig converses with callers about children. How do parents connect with kids who are different from them?
What do you envision for the city of Detroit? Opportunity Detroit has invited artists to design a new development on the site of the former Hudson's department store. Craig talks with Reed Kroloff, Director of Cranbrook Academy of Art & Art Museum, and Deb Dansby, VP Rock Ventures, about the semi-finalist designs.
Former Vice Chairman of General Motors, Bob Lutz speaks with Craig Fahle about his new book Icons and Idiots: Straight Talk on Leadership.
Craig speaks with editor-at-large for Field & Stream, Bill Heavey on his new book, It’s Only Slow Food Until You Try to Eat It: Misadventures of a Suburban Hunter-Gatherer.
Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr held his first public meeting Monday to address fiscal problems facing Detroit. Craig and Jerome Vaughn discuss.
Today on the Craig Fahle Show: listeners discuss Edward Snowden's intelligence leak and more on the People's Choice Call-In, Bill McGraw of Deadline Detroit quizzes callers on city trivia, Bill Shea of Crain's Detroit Business remembers Michigan's famous Boondoggles, and more...
Bill Shea of Crain's Detroit Business and Craig discuss a list of "boondoggle" projects in Michigan.
Bill Pulte, Chairman, and Brian Farkas, Executive Director of Detroit Blight Authority talk with Craig about the status of the city.
Craig talks with MNPR Capitol Bureau Chief Rick Pluta and State Representative Joe Haverman about Haverman's proposal to extend term limits to 16 years.
Think you know Detroit well? Deadline Detroit is putting its readers to the test. Craig talks with Bill McGraw, founder of the digital news source, about the Detroit Awareness Contest.
Wayne State University Head Baseball Coach Ryan Kelley and Craig discuss the redesigning and renaming of the university baseball field.
Listeners weigh in on a range of news topics, from Edward Snowden's intelligence leak to the role of the IRS.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra attracted 712 new donors in May of 2013.
Today on the Craig Fahle Show: Congressman Dan Kildee weighs in on Michigan's newly awarded Hardest Hit Funds and callers discuss how the money should be spent. Then Craig exposes Houdini's secrets with documentary filmmaker Gene Gamache. Later, Friday Follies guests discuss Jeff Wattricks surprise heritage, and more...
Travis Wright returns from Europe with a fresh list of events to plan your weekend the Wright way.
On this week's lighting news round-up: Craig is joined by Jim McFarlin, frequent contributor to Hour magazine and Metro Times, former Detroit News columnist and television writer; Nancy Kaffer of The Detroit Free press; Jeff Wattrick of Deadline Detroit.
Director Gene Gamache premieres his new documentary on Harry Houdini tonight along with a Q&A at 7:00 p.m. at the Birmingham 8 Theater. Craig speaks with Gamache about some of the findings revealed in the documentary.
Hour Magazine unveils their hot list of Detroit's finest things for 2013. This year, the special issue takes on a superhero theme. Craig talks with Hour Editor in Chief Steve Wilke about the photo shoot, the spread, and the party.
Craig asks Congressman Dan Kildee how he secured federal funding to demolish vacant and blighted structures in communities across Michigan, and what impact these Hardest Hit Funds will have for the state.
Attorney General Bill Schuette discusses Detroit rape kit processing. Wayne State University's newest president M. Roy Wilson. Bankole makes his weekly visit and more.
Craig speaks with the recently elected Chair of the Michigan Democratic Party, Lon Johnson. They discuss the challenges of removing an incumbent from office, the cost of next year's election cycle, and Democratic candidates who will be running for office.
The Detroit Opera House's BravoBravo! introduces a young diverse crowd to opera. The event is in its 14th year and has managed to attract an audience during rough economic times. Craig speaks with Project Manager Carolyn Geck, and co-chair Will Robinson on how the event has grown and more.
Director of the Detroit Film Theatre, Elliot Wilhelm speaks with Craig about the Cinetopia International Film Festival. The festival features over 40 of the best dramas, comedies, and documentaries from the world's most recognized film festivals. The festival also includes presentations, discussion panels, and Q&A sessions prior to the festival and following.
Craig speaks with Jennifer Sevilla Korn, the Republican strategist that was in charge of George W. Bush's Latino campaign in 2004 when it had a strong 44 percent of the Latino vote, has been appointed Deputy Political Director for the Republican National Committee.
Craig speaks with Michigan Chronicle's Bankole Thompson about the governor's hiring of Kevyn Orr as emergency manager.
Wayne State University's Board of Governors unanimously elected M. Roy Wilson, M.D., M.S., the 12th President of the University. Craig speaks with Dr. Wilson about the University, his plans and more. Dr. Wilson is currently serving as deputy director for strategic scientific planning and program coordination at the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities of the National Institutes of Health.
Michigan State president at Bank of America Matthew Elliott, Ann Arbor SPARK's Vice President of Business Development Luke Bonner, and Managing Director of Arboretum Ventures Tim Petersen join Craig to discuss venture capital in Michigan, the increase of business start ups in Michigan and more.
Craig and Attorney General Bill Schuette Discuss Detroit rape kit.
Today on the Craig Fahle Show: Listeners call Craig to voice their opinions on the unfinished Wayne County jail downtown; the New Center Park announces an exciting summer full of music and movies; Detroit Regional Chamber CEO Sandy Baruah discusses the 2013 Mackinac Policy Conference To-Do List, and more...
Craig speaks to Brett Callwood of the Metro Times about the upcoming Orion Music + More music festival and some of the acts, including the Detroit-native metal band, Battlecross.
Member of the Michigan Association of CPA's Financial Literacy Task Force and president, and founder of AMDG Financial in Plymouth, Wayne Titus speaks with Craig on what newly engaged couples need to discuss regarding finances. Should couples have a joint checking account, or separate accounts? Is one a saver and the other a spender?
Craig talks to former Wayne State University President Irvin Reid and former City Council member Sheila Cockrel about two upcoming community discussions and workshops during which participants will assume the roles of city officials who must navigate the complex landscape of Detroit politics.
Craig sits with Detroit Regional Chamber President and CEO Sandy Baruah to discuss the 2013 Mackinac Policy Conference To-Do List, a list of six key issues that was reviewed and approved by Governor Rick Snyder at the conclusion of the event.
This summer New Center Park has a variety of events to keep you busy. Craig speaks with Performing Arts Director at Midtown Detroit, Inc. , and event coordinator at New Center Park, Njia Kai about the upcoming events. Events at New Center Park include a Wednesday night movie series presented by Henry Ford Health System & Health Alliance Plan, and media sponsor WDET. A Thursday night jazz and blues series along with a Saturday Showcase sponsored by Metro Times.
Craig discusses the Wayne County jail project and some of the questions that are concerning the city.