Watch Oscar-winning musician and composer Luis Resto dive into his heritage and play songs from his newest project that explore Puerto Rican roots music.
With acts like Was Not Was and Eminem, the Grammy award winning musician and composer Luis Resto has forged paths in multiple genres of music. When he played live in WDET's Studio A, he spoke with Culture City host Travis Wright about his Puerto Rican-inspired project.
This weeks Friday Follies brings Metromode's Jeff Meyers, and WDET's Laura Weber-Davis and Nick Austin come in to talk Spike Lee, Arizona's SB 1062 and more.
As part of WDET's Book Club and our inaugural book Detroit Shuffle Craig speaks with Author, Dan Austin about Detroit Architecture of the Early 20th Century. Did you know that Detroit’s population tripled between 1900 and 1920?
Another quiz from WDET! This time the Craig Fahle Show honors the late actor/writer/director Harold Ramis.
Director of Michigan Department of Human Services, Maura Corrigan comes in to talk about big changes to Welfare funding in Michigan.
Your mind will implode when you hear National Geographic's Mike Finkel explain the ins and ... ins of black holes.
Detroit Policy Conference is today. Sandra Svoboda of WDET's Next Chapter Detroit previews the discussions at the conference and speaks with Paul Tait of Southeast Michigan Council of Government about regionalism.
Metro Times writer Sam Allard spends time with the U.S. Coast Guard ice cutters tasked with clearing paths for ships and rescuing stranded boats in the galactic ice.
It is a possibility that same-sex marriage could be legalized in Michigan with the beginning of the gay marriage trial.
Millions of dollars are paying for issue ads that aren't technically for or against a candidate -- and that's "dark money."
Executive Director of the Warren Conner Development Corp. Maggie DeSantis explains what revitalization means for the entire city.
Is this web-based currency the future of e-commerce? Discovery News' Eric Niiler breaks it down.
Camp is a hot topic among parents and kids this time of year. What kind of camps are trending? How have they changed since your childhood?
Protests persist in Venezuela between the state and civilian opposition. These began just over two weeks ago. What is behind this turmoil? Dr. Sharon Lean is here to answer that question.
Egypt's government resigned in a surprise move. This leaves the country in a state of instability and transition.
Patrick Bero, CEO/CFO for COBO Center, is in studio to update us on the progress of construction, the public's reaction to new facilities and the outcome of the auto show.
Detroit Future City has plans for exactly that. Peter Hammer is the director of the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights. He shares his perspective on what will work in the plan for the city and who will benefit.
Congressman John Dingell announced yesterday he will retire. Congressman Sander Levin, Thomas Mann of Brookings Institution and Paul Eisenstein of TheDetroitBureau.com shed light on Dingell's work and character.
Baby Boomers make up almost 50 percent of new-car buyers. DBusiness wirter Tom Beaman joins us to explain how this is pushing auto dealers to transition back to traditional marketing strategies like newspaper circulars.
How much do you know about Olympic history? Test yourself with our weekly quiz.
Detroit artist Marcus Glenn speaks with Craig about his recent trip to Los Angeles, where his artwork was featured as the official art for this past Grammy Awards.
President and CEO of Detroit Employment Solutions Corporation, Pamela Moore is in studio to discuss the latest on jobs and training, the Hire Detroit campaign, and her visit with President Obama last week.
Reporters Amy Haimerl and Nancy Kaffer are in studio to clarify what the city's bankruptcy plan could mean for retirement planning, current retirees and Detroit homeowners.
Laura Bartell, Professor of Law at Wayne State University, gives her take on Kevyn Orr's plan of adjustment for the bankruptcy.
Detroit's Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr speaks with Craig to inform us on the city's bankruptcy plan of adjustment.