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Detroit Creatives

Detroit creatives can learn a lot from each other. The D Brief shares the stories of local artists and entertainers to educate and inspire others in the community.

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Interviews with Detroit Creatives

Actors · Authors · Brewers · Chefs · Comedians · Curators · Dancers · DJs · Mixologists · Musicians · Storytellers · Visual Artists · More

Hosted by Seth Resler and Becky Scarcello

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More Interviews

Jennifer Hamra of the Good Life Detroit Blog

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.

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.

Detroit Comedian Bill Bushart

Comedian Bill Bushart was not only named just named “Best in Detroit,” he also teaches the next generation of comics at Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle.

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.

Sculptor John Sauvé of Man in the City

John Sauvé, the artist behind the orange Man in the City sculptures that can be found on rooftops throughout the city of Detroit, talks about the project.

Michael Rothstein, ESPN Beat Writer for the Detroit Lions

Michael Rothstein, ESPN’s Beat Writer for the Detroit Lions, joins us to preview the upcoming football season, talk about Matt Stafford’s growing family, and dig into how the Lions are addressing the controversy over kneeling during the national anthem.

Tim McKay of the Corktown Experience

Tim McKay, president of the Corktown Experience, talks about the history of Detroit’s oldest neighborhood, including the ballpark, train station, and Slows.

Artist Tony Roko

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.

Launch Your Own Podcast

Is your organization thinking about podcasting? We can help! We started Michigan Podcast Productions to help arts and entertainment organizations producing their own podcasts.

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Seth Resler & Becky Scarcello

He’s the new guy. She’s the native. Together, they’re exploring the Detroit arts and entertainment scene.

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