Detroit’s Arts & Entertainment Podcast

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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

DIY Street Fair in Ferndale

The DIY Street Fair returns to Ferndale for an 11th year! Co-Founder and Artistic Director Krista Johnston talks about what to expect at this year’s event.

Spotlight: Motor City Comedy Festival

The Motor City Comedy Festival returns to Detroit for a second year. Comedians and festival board members Lauren Uchalik and Esther Nevarez drop by the podcast to tell us all about it.

Bees in the D

Brian Peterson-Roest, co-founder of Bees in the D, drops by the podcast to talk about the special honey IPA being brewed at Eastern Market Brewing Company.

Spotlight: Detroit Month of Design

September is Detroit Month of Design! Olga Stella, the Executive Director of Design Core Detroit, drops by the podcast to talk about what design is, why it’s important for artists and businesses, and how Detroiters can partake in this month’s activities.

The Old Car Festival at Greenfield Village

Jim Johnson of the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village discusses the upcoming Old Car Festival. We discuss the year of the pickup truck, the Gaslight Parade, and ragtime music.

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.

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Seth Resler, Becky Scarcello, and Jag