Street Beat: Arts And Culture
This week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani talks about arts and culture in metro Detroit. Her guests include Maureen Riley, the Executive Director of the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original; Hillary Brody, the Brand & Community Strategist for CultureSource; Andrea Scobie, the Manager of Education & Community Programs For the Michigan Opera Theatre; and Janice Blixt, Producing Artistic Director/director/actor, and Lee Palmer, actor; from the Michigan Shakespeare Festival.
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Street Beat: When Bad Things HappenThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson looks at the organizations that are helping people through difficult situations. First, Ashley Lowe, CEO of Lakeshore Legal Aid stops by to talk about helping people with civil cases who cannot afford an attorney. Then Dan DiBardino, the President of Crime Stoppers, explains how this program is helping police solve crimes. Next, Deleah Sharp discusses the Dean Samuels Foundation, a mentoring program for children of murder victims named after her deceased brother. Finally, Erin Frisch, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Office of Child Support director explains their "Dadvantage" program which encourages people to establish paternity at birth.
Street Beat: Autism SpeaksThis week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone learns about autism and what can be done to help those who are living with the disorder. His guests include April Ceno, the Michigan Walk Chair for Walk Now for Autism Speaks, and Lisa Radtke, Manager/Field Development for the Michigan Chapter of Autism Speaks. Then, the Judson Center Autism Connections Program Director, Ann Patronik stops by to explain their program. Finally, Anne Akinfenwa, the Unit Director, Life Choices from the Neighborhood Service Organization discusses how they help people impacted by autism.
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