Sophia Jozwiak is the Digital Content and Communities Assistant for 101.9 WDET, supporting the adaptation of radio content for digital platforms and monitoring social media engagement. Prior to joining WDET, Jozwiak studied Arts and Humanities at Michigan State University, where she worked as a Digital Consultant at the RCAH Language and Media Center. Her favorite time to listen to the station is while crafting.

Taylor Swift announces her first tour since 2018

Pop superstar Taylor Swift announced Tuesday morning that she’ll be embarking on her first official tour in nearly five years....

Podcast explores lived experiences of Arab Americans in today’s society

A new podcast is shining light on stories that often get left in the dark. Reda Taleb is a de-carceration...

1UPdate: Horror game recommendations

This Halloween, we wanted to talk about some scary video games. Like horror movies, horror was a well-established genre when...

Hocus Pocus 2 attempts Halloween nostalgia for a new generation

This Halloween season, a 1993 cult favorite got a sequel. Kathy Najimy, Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker reprised their...

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Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa is a notoriously successful Twitch streamer. Before she started streaming in 2016, she was an impressive cosplayer....

Public Radio Music Day 2022

To celebrate Public Radio Music Day, we spoke with the legendary Don Was and CultureShift’s Ryan Patrick Hooper and Tia...

jessica Care moore wants her opera to be an immersive experience

Coming to the DSO is a show that combines poetry, opera and music under the direction of one of Detroit's...

Psychedelics could provide relief for mental health challenges

Psychedelics have the potential to help heal issues like anxiety, major depression, long term grief and other mental health challenges...

De’Sean Jones wants to bring culture back to the arts

De’Sean Jones is a son of Detroit's legendary jazz and electronic music scenes. He worked his way up in the...

Report shows Detroit electric infrastructure lags behind suburbs; DTE Energy disputes race plays a factor

Late in August, a line of severe thunderstorms knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of DTE Energy customers in...

Redford Theatre honors beloved local horror host

A whole generation of Metro Detroiters remembers hearing the familiar voice of Sir Graves Ghastly on their TVs every Saturday...

Multimedia installation across Midtown highlights women composers in jazz

For the next six weeks, jazz fans can experience live performances from some of the best musicians in the business....