This week on Street Beat, AMP Radio’s Roxanne hosts the show and talks to Sharyl Smith, the vice president of the American Heart Association’s “Detroit Go Red For Women” Campaign, about heart health for women.
Are you a high school student looking for scholarship money and a chance to be featured on television? Then grab your camera and sign up for Courageous Persuaders’ teen anti-drinking video competition!
The teens, along with a parent or guardian, received an all-expense-paid trip to the Walt Disney World Resort March 7-10, but they won’t be vacationing.
Autism Speaks and Olympia Entertainment Inc. announced the Fox Theatre will present the first ever autism-friendly Sesame Street Live performance on Friday, February 8, at 7 p.m.
Eton is hosting Admissions Open Houses every Tuesday in February from 9-11 am. Please RSVP on the school’s website at etonacademy.org.
For those of you who have never heard of Alicia Kozakiewicz, it’s one of the more inspiring human interest stories you’ll ever hear. What she’s had to endure serves as a symbol to the kind of adversity we as people can overcome.
Frazier’s aunt was a longtime teacher in Charleston, S.C., who became an active proponent of equal pay for black teachers and education as a source of advancement.
Cummings — the star who came to town to film a TV show and stuck around because she just can’t get enough of the Motor City — doesn’t skip a beat when she’s asked to list her favorite things in the Motor City.
A certain buzz was in the air at the designers’ party that helped kick off the Auto Show in Detroit.