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Thanks to modern technology and medical breakthrough, a metro Detroit boy with cerebral palsy is experiencing a miracle.
This week on Street Beat, host Roxanne Steele from AMP Radio looks at the issue of hunger in our communities.
As a kid growing up, Andre Batts, the founder of Urban Style Comics and creator of “Dreadlocks,” “Jihad A.D.” and more, said he was so much into comic books but didn’t have a superhero he can relate to.
Being a teenager is a challenging time in any young adult’s life. Thats why this week on Street Beat, host Jill Washburn talks with organizations who are combating issues like bullying and discrimination.
This week on Street Beat, host Jill Washburn finds out how man’s best friend is also one of man’s best
A big part of healthcare reform goes into effect just days from now, when the healthcare exchange marketplace opens Tuesday, October 1st. Are you ready?
African American kids and young adults will see comic book characters that look like them during the “Motor City Black of Age Comics” convention
This week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone talks about the upcoming Deaf Celebration Day and some of the positive things happening in Detroit.
This week Street Beat host Rob Stone takes an in depth look at autism.
This week on Street Beat, it’s an overview of infant care as host Jill Washburn talks to experts about the first few months of parenthood.