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Adriel Thornton, one of the organizers of Dally in the Alley talks about this festival that’s been happening in Cass Corridor for more than four decades.
Tony Roko, the artist behind the Atwater Beer labels, talks about painting for Jay Leno and Lady Gaga and what he’s working on at the Detroit train station.
Alex Trajano, the host of the Detroit chapter of The Moth, the monthly storytelling event at the Marble Bar, talks about the ingredients of a great story.
Josh Wakely, the creator of the Netflix cartoon Motown Magic, talks about how his Detroit-inspired children’s show came to be.
Michael Smith, one of the organizers of the Detroit Improv Festival, talks about what’s in store at the 2019 event.
Three years ago, Jennifer Hamra and her family moved to Detroit from Tennessee. She and her five home-schooled children have explored the city through her blog, Good Life Detroit, and her photography.
Melody Baetens has assumed the mantle of restaurant critic for the Detroit News, and she drops by the podcast to talk food, drink, and music.
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.
Jason Hall, the founder of RiDetroit and of Slow Roll Detroit, joins Seth and Becky on the podcast to talk about biking in Detroit.
Mark Stryker, author of the new book Jazz From Detroit, talks about the history of jazz in the Motor City.
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