Life Remodeled has a mission to build houses for people in need or in communities that need help. Last year the non-profit organization decided to do something a whole community could rally behind.
Bridge Magazine reports there are 70,000 job openings available here in Michigan, most in fields that are lacking qualified workers, such as engineering to construction work.
Metro Times reporter Ryan Felton joins Craig to discuss his latest Metro Times article examining a bitter legal battle between a group of Detroit residents and an Oakland County developer.
Aging together is a partnership between WDET, MLive and Model D Media where we look at the issues affecting older adults in Metro Detroit. This panel looks at the unique issues and areas affecting various cultures and some of the solutions to these unique issues.
Marian McClellan has had 31-year career in education before officially entering politics. She is now the two-term mayor of Oak Park.
Auto industry analysts say there is a looming shortfall in capacity among tool and die shops in Metro Detroit.
Executive Editor of the Metro Parent, Julia Elliot and Craig Fahle discuss raising children to become risk takers and how it can be helpful for the development of the child.
Detroit is working toward reinventing itself. An upcoming event will delve into where we are now and where we need to go.
WDET's bankruptcy reporter and Next Chapter Detroit blogger Sandra Svoboda and Detroit Free Press reporter Matt Helms join Craig to discuss Detroit's financial crisis and what's been happening in the city, one year since filing for bankruptcy.
Congressman Dan Kildee joins Craig to discuss his efforts to boost funding for the removal of vacant and blighted buildings in and around Detroit by advocating for a restructure of the Hardest Hit Funds (HHF).
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Scientists Alan Pope and Chad Stephens join Craig Fahle.
Superintendent of the Sebewaing Light and Water Department Melanie McCoy, President and CEO of the Michigan-based university fiber internet connection system Merit Network Don Welch and Attorney Mike Watza join Craig to recap and discuss the FCC's vote to restructure E-rate funding.
WDET's weekend music host Ann Delisi stops by the studio to talk about the 50th and final Essential Music Listening Party.
Craig speaks with Crain’s Detroit Business reporter Dan Duggan about a new multiyear initiative, "The Detroit Homecoming," that's inviting ex-Detroiters to re-engage with the city.
Last week The Michigan Economic Center released "The Michigan Dream At Risk. The latest report on Michigan's economy and where we need to go. Michigan Economic Center Director, John Austin, joins Craig for a look at the report
Guitarist Thom Douvan Returns to His Detroit Roots with Brother Brother, a Soul-Jazz recording dedicated to Funk Brothers Johnny Griffith and Richard “Pistol” Allen.
Rodney Whitaker has the unique distinction of being Wynton Marsalis’ bass player and head of Jazz Studies at Michigan State University. He joins Craig Fahle to talk about a $1 million grant that MSU received to help bring jazz artists to high schools across Michigan.