Your Guide to Detroit’s Arts & Entertainment Scene

 
 
 
 

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Seth Resler, Becky Scarcello, and Jag interview the go-getters and heavy hitters in the Detroit arts and entertainment scene.


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Podcast Episodes

Spotlight: Detroit Black Restaurant Week

Kwaku Osei-Bonsu, the organizer of Detroit Black Restaurant Week, talks about this year’s event and how to celebrate the culinary diversity of the Motor City.

The Woodward Dream Cruise and the Detroit History Club

Greg Rassel, President of the Woodward Dream Cruise, talks about this giant event that attract thousands to the metro Detroit area. Also, Bailey Sisoy Isgro of Detroit History Tours talks about the impact that Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, has had on the Motor City.

Spotlight: Ashley Woods, Founder of Detour Detroit

After a journalism involving stints at the Detroit Free Press, The Huffington Post Detroit, MLive, and Model D Media, Ashley Woods set out to change the way local journalism is gathered and distributed.

The Detroit Improv Festival and Comedian Heather Jay

PJ Jaycokes of the Detroit Improv Festival talks about this weekend’s impromptu theater shows and workshops. Plus, comedian Heather Jay spills the beans about a brand new comedy club coming to the metro Detroit area.

More Interviews

Interview with the Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival

The Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival returns to Planet Ant in Hamtramck for the second year on July 27th and 28th. We asked the festival’s Director and Programmer, Jerry White Jr., a few questions about it.

Interview with Detroit Artist Nancy J. Rodwan, the Author of Purged

Nancy J. Rodwan’s new book, Purged: The Art of Metamorphosis, explores Detroiters’ relationship with their cast-off possessions. The book includes photos of the donated items next to the artworks they became, as well their back stories and Rodwan’s thoughts and inspirations on each piece.

What Does Movement Mean to Detroit?

Becky Scarcello, co-host of The D Brief podcast, headed down to Hart Plaza to find out what Movement means to Detroit from Mike Huckaby, Ryan Dahl, Steff Chris, and Matt Martinez.

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Seth Resler, Becky Scarcello, and Jag