Amanda LeClaire is an award-winning host and producer of CultureShift on 101.9 WDET-FM Detroit’s NPR station. She’s a founding producer of WDET’s flagship news talk show Detroit Today, a former Morning Edition host at WDET, and a former host, audio and video producer, and reporter for Arizona Public Media.

She’s reported on stories as diverse as the decriminalization and therapeutic research of psychedelic substances, how Motown mourned the sudden death of musician Michael Jackson, the economic and environmental impact of mineral mining in Wyoming, how anomalous phenomena and research into UAPs has affected the lives of some people in the Southwest, and the impact of President Barack Obama’s historic 2008 election night in Detroit.

Amanda is also a creative writer, artist, certified intuitive and energy healer, and professional tarot reader. Amanda was raised in a mythical Great Lakes forest by Bryan Ferry and a prehistoric wolf, on a strict diet of gummy bears and early electronic music.

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The folks at the non- profit CultureSource are committed to helping boost local arts and culture events in the region. Listen to...

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The historic National Theatre in downtown Detroit will undergo major changes if a plan by Dan Gilbert’s Bedrock Financial is...

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There’s a debate looming over the future of the CPA building in Detroit's Corktown neighborhood.  The owners, New York-based Sequoia Property Partners,...

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It’s the second annual Holy Mole this Sunday at St. Anne's Church in Detroit. The event is a celebration of one...

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Fans of the cult film Trainspotting got  a preview of the film’s long-awaited sequel this week. Trainspotting (and it’s iconic soundtrack)...

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The second day of November is celebrated in the Catholic Church as “All Souls Day.” In Latin America, the day...

CultureSource Calendar For November 4-6

Each week the folks at the non-profit CultureSource give us the lowdown on events happening in the metro region. Listen...

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 Artist Jim Crawford sharpened his skills in Detroit’s vibrant Cass Corridor art scene of the late 60s and early 70s....

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Michigan author Tom Carr has released a new book about murders in the state, some dating back to the late...

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Creative Commons The folks at the non-profit community organization CultureSource are committed to boosting local arts and culture events in...