Amyre Makupson checks in with Karen Delhey and Tim Gralewski of the Ann Arbor Art Fair, Ed Deeb with Metro Detroit Youth Day, Charles D. Small, with Don Bosco Hall on Willie Horton’s Batting for Kids and John Hollingsworth and Cecelia Sharpe with the Art of Resilience event.
On Saturday, July 4th, Street Beat host Amyre Makupson finds out about programs that help ex-offenders stay on the right side of the law.
On Saturday, June 27th, Street Beat host Rob Stone learns about the need to have a well-trained workforce as well as a well-trained corps of entrepreneurs.
On Saturday, June 20 Paul Prange hosts a special Father’s Day edition of Street Beat and learns about fatherhood initiatives, mentoring programs and men’s health.
On Saturday, June 13 host Amyre Makupson finds out about ways to be sure that Detroiters are getting enough food and the right kind of nutrition.
Happy Father’s Day!
Detroit is known as the birthplace of many things. It appears that the city has taken on a growing interest in the industry of filmmaking.
On Saturday, June 6 host Lisa Germani looks at four Detroit neighborhoods that are rebuilding, rebranding, or have remained strong and stable.
By Sydney Bowden Have you ever wondered about the narrator’s voice you hear in commercials? Where does it come from? Is it recorded at a fancy television station? Does the announcer need to be gifted […]