Seth Resler and Becky Scarcello showcase a variety of metro Detroit artists and entertainers.
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Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, former executive director of the Detroit Health Department, talks about his new podcast, America Dissected.
Rebecca Salminen Witt of the Detroit Historical Society talka about the ongoing renovations at the Dossin Great Lakes Museum.
David Carleton, co-owner of Mindfield, talks about the purchase and renovation of the historic G.A.R. Building in downtown Detroit.
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.
Mark Stryker, author of the new book Jazz From Detroit, talks about the history of jazz in the Motor City.
Robin Kinnie, President of Motor City Woman internet radio and podcast studios talks about her network of Detroit-based shows.
Michael Smith, one of the organizers of the Detroit Improv Festival, talks about what’s in store at the 2019 event.
Chef Genevieve Vang of Bangkok96 Street Food at the Detroit Shipping Company and Bangkok96 in Dearborn talks about her Hmong roots, her time in Paris, and how her first year with a restaurant in Detroit proper has changed her life.
Dabls, founder of the MBAD African Bead Museum in Detroit, talks about African beads, the history of the museum, and how it brings people together.
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.
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