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Jun 15, 2021
Lordstown Lives; The Ford Maverick Might Be The Small Truck You're Looking For w/ Eric Trytko
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9 hours ago
Carl Levin remembered; Cade to Detroit; College vaccine mandates; New DHOP
Carl Levin has passed at the age of 87. Jer has thoughts from interviewing him and his memoir, "To the Heart of the Matter." Jer also penned this piece in March for Hour Detroit: https://www.hourdetroit.com/political-topics/carl-levin-isnt-giving-up-on-american-democracy/ Also: Both U of M and MSU are mandating vaccines for students, faculty and staff this August. It's expected smaller schools may follow. Cade Cunningham is a Detroit Piston, and he has buffs There's a new Detroit House of Pancakes appearing. Thanks to a listener tip! Plus, remember the primary election in your local community is Tuesday, August 3rd. In the city of Detroit, turnout is expected to be 18% or less so your voice really will matter if you vote. Thanks to our members on Patreon who keep this show going: http://www.patreon.com/dailydetroit
1 day ago
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We cover seven stories to know around town from rising COVID cases to new developments to things to go check out in the next few days. - COVID cases are on the rise as the Delta variant spreads - Ford confirms their ION battery park and is making progress in the electric market - DT Midstream puts their HQ in the Ally building in downtown Detroit - A row of 12 townhouse units on Porter street in Detroit get new life, with some being set as affordable units. The building was built in about 1917. Also, Clark Park is getting $3.3 million in improvements. - The Special Olympics Unified Cup is coming to Keyworth in 2022 - Rendezvous du Detroit is this weekend at Fort Wayne. More here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/le-rendez-vous-du-detroit-tickets-160324822861 - On Tuesday is a pop up at Soho in downtown Ferndale for Delray Barbecue. That's Engineer Randy's pick. https://www.facebook.com/events/4032432490199930 p.s. - Heads up that this one will sound a little bit different because Jer's recording went bad. So we used a backup mic. Still totally audible but it sounds like he's on the phone. Apologies.
2 days ago
Detroit Councilman charged; Water authority CEO resigns, but what next? Plus, what if the Pistons don't take Cade?
Three stories: 1) Detroit City Council member Andre Spivey has been charged with conspiracy to commit bribery over an alleged $35,000 accepted between him and a staff member. 2) The Great Lakes Water Authority CEO, Sue McCormick, is resigning. And although many people will be pleased by the news, I outline why whoever is in that job in the future has a tough road ahead. 3) Finally, Fletcher Sharpe stops in to talk about the Pistons and rumors they might not take Cade Cunningham first in the NBA draft. He thinks if they skip Cade that's a mistake, and we get into it.