From Detroit PAL Kid to Mentoring Detroit PAL Kids as a Police OfficerOfficer Bryant George, Youth Development Officer at Detroit PAL, joins Jackie Paige on Community Connect to discuss his journey from PAL Kid to Detroit Police Officer, and how the programs at Detroit PAL have an impact on kids' lives.
Helping Youth Find Their Greatness With Detroit PALFred Hunter, Acting CEO of Detroit PAL, joins Jackie Paige on Community Connect to discuss the various programs at Detroit PAL and how they help the area's youth find their greatness.
College Cheerleader Looks Back On Her Days At Detroit PALJaide Holland, Detroit PAL Aluma, joins Lisa Germani on Community Connect to discuss her time at Detroit PAL and how those years transformed her life.
Detroit PAL: Celebrating 50 Years Of Building Character In Our YouthPAL Is Celebrating 50 Years Of Building Character In Young Kids
Detroit Pal Helps To Transform Children’s Lives In The Detroit Area by Keeping Them ActiveRobert Jamerson, the CEO of Detroit PAL as well as Officer Michael Richardson, a PAL Team Program Officer, and Detroit Police Officer joined Host Lisa Germani on Community Connect to talk about how physical exercise not only helps kids physically but in a multitude of areas in their lives.
Street Beat: Gifts That Keep GivingThis week on Street Beat, our Host Amyre Makupson organizations that offer unique holiday gifts, the proceeds from which go to supporting good causes.
Street Beat: Improving Detroit At Home And At WorkThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at some of the programs improving living and working conditions in Detroit.
Street Beat: 2016 NAIAS Charity PreviewIt's the largest single night fundraiser in the world and Host Karen Carter discusses how local charities are benefiting from the Charity Preview of the 2016 North American International Auto Show.
Street Beat: Crime PreventionRob Stone will take a look at some of the ways we can prevent crime with area experts.
Cheering In The D
Ambitious Local Filmmakers Release Film Made Entirely On $700 BudgetImagine this: a horror movie, shot in 45 days, here in Metro Detroit, by the hands of local talented filmmakers…all on a budget of $700. Sounds pretty crazy, right? The film titled “Stranger” was put together by a small group of ambitious, local filmmakers with a love for filmmaking. They combined their passion with a very small budget and transformed it into a film that showcases the talent that Metro Detroit possesses.