WDET is "turning up the volume" this summer with some exciting new music and cultural programming, both on-air and online. It all begins Monday, May 20.
A big thanks to all who volunteered their time with WDET and The Greening of Detroit.
Alpha is the beginning. Electronic Music + Progressive Soul from Detroit.
WDET is looking for school-aged kids who love music and love to talk about it.
The DSO returns to Carnegie Hall for the first time in 17 years, as the first orchestra to ever perform two programs in the groundbreaking Spring for Music Festival.
The Pleasure of Sound captures two days with Jad Abumrad & Matthew Dear as they make music and explore the creativity that fuels their work.
All afternoon, WDET will present special coverage from The Takeaway, broadcasting live from Boston, and NPR.
The FBI has realesed photos of the suspects in the Boston bombing. They are looking for help identifying these individuals.
As the gun conversation ramps up this week, WDET wants you at the table. President Obama speaks on ways to reduce gun violence this evening, and you can listen to and discuss his remarks here beginning at 5:45.
Opening day is the closest thing we have to an unofficial holiday and Tiger's fans love to eat while they watch the game. We know hot dogs are the standard fare at baseball games, but what non-traditional eats are you cooking up for Opening Day?