Local Program Giving Back In Healthy WaysPhysician led program educates metro-Detroiters about the many healthy lifestyle choices they can make.
CME: Celebrating 100 Years Of Service To The CommunityChristian Methodist Episcopal Church (CME) to observe 100 years of service with a gala
Michigan Film Takes You From Turmoil to TriumphTwo Michigan Filmmakers make a movie chronicling a man's journey from addiction, to salvation, which also reveals a little of their lives as well.
Andrea Doria Deadly Shipwreck Facts Revealed By Novi Author In New DocumentaryPierette Domenica Simpson of Novi, MI was just nine years old when she survived the sinking of the Italian luxury liner, The Andrea Doria, on June 25th, 1956. Telling the story of that night has become a passion for her.
Be-Moor Radio: An Uplifting Internet Radio Station For YouthFind out about Be-Moor Radio, an uplifting radio station for youth, in Remi Murrey's CW50 web exclusive interview with Yakeem Tatum, General Manager of Be-Moor Radio.
The Carr Center: The Electrifying Creative Hub For The ArtsFind out about the Carr Center, a creative hub for the arts in downtown Detroit, in Remi Murrey's CW50 web exclusive interview with Oliver Ragsdale Jr., Carr Center founder and CEO.
See You At The Ann Arbor Art Fair!Look for the CW50 booth and you might meet First Forecast Meteorologist Jim Madaus! He is scheduled to be there Thursday 7/21 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. greeting fans and signing autographs.
Concert Of Colors Unites Communities With Family-Friendly MusicThe Concert of Colors will be entering its 24th year in metro Detroit. The festival takes place July 14th-17th, 2016.
15th Annual Batting For Kids Is Back AgainThe crack of the bat is one of baseball’s most beautiful sounds. Boys and girls ages 5 to 13 will hear it for themselves when they make their way to Comerica Park to participate in the 15th annual Willie Horton’s Batting for Kids.
The CW50 Street Team Celebrates Kids and CultureThe CW50 Street Team celebrates kids and culture at the 6th annual International Children’s Festival at Henry Ford the second High School in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
Renaissance Center, Michigan Landmarks To Turn Blue For Autism AwarenessWhy are the Mackinaw Bridge and Renaissance Center buildings turning blue on April 2, 2016? They will help raise awareness for autism through the Autism Speaks international campaign, “Light It Up Blue,” on World Autism Awareness Day.
It's Fall in Michigan. Let's go to the MSU Pumpkinfest!