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StoryCorps Detroit: Chalk Drawings on the Hudson Building

Maurice Greenia, Jr. is an artist and performer from Detroit. In the mid-1990s, he decided to brighten up the boarded-over display windows of...

StoryCorps Detroit “The city is like one big house”

One day while renovating her recently purchased home, 55-year-old Tate Osten heard a knock on the door. When she answered it,...

StoryCorps Detroit: “The bar was our CNN.”

Damon “Magic” Percy and and Curtis Lipscomb are not biologically related, but they’re father and son in the LGBT community....

StoryCorps Detroit: Yellowman

In this episode of the StoryCorps Detroit podcast, we hear the story of how Ken met Lori. StoryCorps Ken remembers...

StoryCorps Detroit: “Much better than everything people said you were”

Jennifer Smith is the founder of Closing the Gap, a nonprofit that uses personalized mentorship to help Detroit students enter...

StoryCorps Detroit Podcast: “The city is like one big house”

One day while renovating her recently purchased home, 55-year-old Tate Osten heard a knock on the door. When she answered it,...

StoryCorps Detroit Podcast: House, Techno, Raves and Voguing

In this episode of StoryCorps Detroit, we bring you three stories where people talk about the supportive culture they find...

StoryCorps Detroit Podcast: “It seems like fewer of us make it now.”

In 1967, Bill Williams was a teenager living with his extended family not far from the intersection of 12th Street and...