Street Beat: Rescues
This week on “Street Beat," Host Lisa Germani speaks with two animal rescue organizations about the programs in place to support abused animals. She also interviews the Founder of two children's shelters, created to provide foster youth a place to heal and find hope for the future.

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Street Beat: RescuesThis week on “Street Beat," Host Lisa Germani speaks with two animal rescue organizations about the programs in place to support abused animals. She also interviews the Founder of two children's shelters, created to provide foster youth a place to heal and find hope for the future.
Susan G. Komen Race for the CureThe CW50 Street team talked with organizers and participates at the 2019 Race of the Cure.
Street Beat: Spring and Mother's DayThis week on Street Beat, host April Moss speaks with representatives from various organizations and destinations for spring family outings and last minute Mother's Day celebration ideas.
Street Beat: Fighting for a CauseThis week on Street Beat, Amyre Makupson speaks with various organizations dedicated to fighting cancer and identifying the toxins in our environment which contribute to these diseases.
Street Beat: Parkinson's AwarenessThis week on Street Beat, host April Moss speaks with various organizations and three Parkinson's disease patients to learn more about their struggle to find a cure.
Street Beat: Earth DayThis week on “Street Beat," host Amyre Makupson speaks with various organizations dedicated to environmental sustainability and learns about their individual programs created to keep our planet clean and green.
Street Beat: Autism MattersThis week on “Street Beat”, host April Moss speaks with various non-profit organizations and therapy clinics across Metro Detroit which provide resources for individuals and their families on the Autism Spectrum.
Street Beat: The Importance of ReadingThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson speaks with various non-profit organizations, and individuals dedicated to promoting and encouraging the importance of reading in our community.
Bookstock is Back at Laurel ParkThe CW50 Street Team heads to Laurel Park for this year's Bookstock.

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Street Beat: Giving Back to the CommunityThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson speaks with various non-profit organizations dedicated to helping put an end to hunger, domestic violence and assault in Metro Detroit.
Street Beat: Severe Weather Awareness WeekOn this weeks "Street Beat" we gear up for Severe Weather week with our Chief Forecaster, Karen Carter. She talks to the organizations that help to keep us safe and even gets us a behind the scenes look of the aftermath of a local tornado.
Street Beat: Health and WellnessOn this week's Street Beat our host Lisa Germani learns all about how you and your loved ones can take a second look at Health and Wellness.
Street Beat: Brain Injury Awareness MonthOn this week’s “Street Beat” we join our host Rob Stone to learn how local organizations are working to protect Athletes on and off the field.
Street Beat: Music in Metro DetroitThis week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone speaks with various musical leaders in our community about the legacy and significance of music in Detroit.
CW50 Street Team Heads To The Great Lakes Comic Convention 2019Hundreds of people were in attendance for the annual Great Lakes Comic Convention.
Street Beat: Safety 2019This week on Street Beat, host April Moss speaks with local community leaders, experts and officials about keeping our community safe, at school and at home.
Street Beat: Women Leading the WayThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani highlights extraordinary women leading the way in business and life, around Metro Detroit.
Street Beat: Youth Programs 2019This week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson speaks with Metro Detroit organizations about mentoring and empowering youth, through specialized programs.
Street Beat: Healthy HeartThis week on Street Beat, host April Moss speaks with individuals dedicated to helping us maintain a healthy heart, both physically and mentally.
Street Beat: Business Leaders and Detroit NeighborhoodsThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani speaks with local business leaders about neighborhood programs and organizations that continue foster growth and legacy in Metro Detroit.
Street Beat: National Blood Donation Month, Winter HealthThis week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone speaks with guests about the life saving importance of blood donation and keeping ourselves healthy this winter.
Street Beat: Best You in 2019This week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani speaks with experts in personal growth and business, with missions to help others live their best lives in 2019 around Metro Detroit.
Street Beat: Christmas In The 'D'This week on Street Beat, our host Amyre Makupson interviews various leaders and business owners from some of your favorite Metro Detroit hot spots on where to find last minute gift ideas, where to take the family for an evening of fun, and how to give back in a meaningful way this Christmas season.
Street Beat: Gifts That Keep GivingOn this week’s STREET BEAT, our Host Amyre Makupson interviews Michelle Smart, Founder and CEO of Bags to Butterflies, an organization that helps women re-enter the workforce after incarceration through the creation of unique handbags.
Street Beat: Holiday Happenings Around TownOn this week’s STREET BEAT, our Host Lisa Germani interviews Kristi Trevarrow, Executive Director for the Rochester DDA about The Big Bright Lights Show and other holiday events in downtown Rochester.
Street Beat: Bullying and EmpowermentThis week on STREET BEAT, our host Lisa Germani speaks with Terry Whitfield, Program Officer at the Skillman Foundation about youth empowerment.
Street Beat: Creating Community In DetroitThis week on STREET BEAT, our host Lisa Germani interviews Co-Owners Lindsay Irrer and Janelle Herbert of The Barre Code Metro Detroit and learns about their sweaty sisterhood philosophy and mission.
Street Beat: AgingThis week on “Street Beat,” our host Rob Stone interviews guests from Samaritans, welcoming Cheryl Kohs, Director of Marketing and Deb Sloss, Administrator for Senior Living of Bloomfield Hills in his first segment.
Street Beat: Education and Change in DetroitThis week on STREET BEAT, our host Amyre Makupson interviews Detroit Public Schools Community District Superintendent Dr. Nikolai Vitti about his mission to reform the DPSCD system and prepare our Detroit students for success.

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