Month: June 2019

We’re Turning 70. Come Celebrate at the WDET and DSO Summer Street Party

In 1949, the United Automobile Workers (UAW) began a radio station to broadcast public service programming for its membership and...

New Art Exhibit Captures Spirit of a City in Downtown Detroit

Framed by WDET is an art and storytelling project that takes a look at the communities that call southeast Michigan home. Now,...

Metro Detroit Concerts: Ferndale Front Porch, Arts and Acts Fest, Voyag3r and Will Varley

Brian Rozman Longtime Detroit music journalist Jeff Milo’s byline appears in publications locally and globally. He’s been plugging ears into the Detroit scene...

Questions on 5G, The Latest Tech Craze, That You Were Too Embarrassed To Ask

AnnMarie Scaramuzzino/WDET As our world becomes increasingly connected through technology, the importance of a high speed, dependable internet connection cannot...

Automotive Giant Bob Lutz Reflects On Industry 10 Years After Bankruptcies

Lutz Communications This month marks ten years since the historic bankruptcy of GM, which followed Chrysler's Chapter 11 filing earlier in 2009, and the...

Watch the Detroit Youth Choir Cover Macklemore on “America’s Got Talent”

Courtesy NBC The Motor City was well-represented on "America’s Got Talent" Tuesday night. The performance by the Detroit Youth Choir...

Michigan Civil Rights Department Free to Investigate LGBTQ Discrimination Claims

Michigan Department of Civil Rights The Michigan Civil Rights Commission is free to investigate civil rights complaints filed based on...

On the Media’s Brooke Gladstone Hosts Month-Long Series on Eviction Crisis

David Waitz Housing eviction is a crisis “hiding in plain sight” across America, says WNYC's On The Media host Brooke...

State Civil Rights Chief: Grosse Pointe Should Reconsider School Closings

A couple of months ago, Detroit Today highlighted a controversy brewing in Grosse Pointe. The district in that community has been working...

Iconic Photojournalist Lawrence Schiller Brings JFK Exhibit to Michigan

Lawrence Schiller / Getty Images Lawrence Schiller received his first camera when he was 12-years-old from his father, it was a...

Rep. Dan Kildee “Reluctantly” Comes Out In Favor of Impeachment Proceedings

Jake Neher/WDET It was less than three weeks ago when U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee came on Detroit Today with Stephen...

What’s Fresh at Eastern Market: A Pesto Recipe With Nutritious Greens

This summer we’ve been getting to know the farmers and vendors at Eastern Market to see what’s fresh each weekend....