This week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone talks to Susan Lundy, a caseworker with Deaf Community Advocacy Network about the upcoming Deaf Celebration Day.

Then Stone learns about some of the positive things happening in Detroit.  Dr. Antoine Garibaldi, President of University of Detroit Mercy, discusses the rebirth of the Livernois Corridor, the Avenue of Fashion.

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Then Charlie Wollborg, the Curator at TEDxDetroit, and Detroit Labs Co-Founder Nathan Hughes talk about the upcoming TEDxDetroit Convention that brings dreamers and do-er’s together to encourage innovation.

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Finally, author and publisher Frank Anthony Polito and Bob McClure, one of the owners of McClure’s Pickles, talk about why they’re part of the trend of entrepreneurs returning to Detroit.

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