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Here’s your show for June 21, 2018:

There’s been a lot of talk about rising housing prices in downtown Detroit, but prices are rising in many areas of the state — especially southeastern Michigan.

– Detroit’s Third Man Records is offering up a free vinyl record to customers who’ve donated to an aid group helping immigrant children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.

– There’s a report out there that Michigan Central Station might get a movie theatre. And that movie theater might.. Just might… be put in by Big Sean and Emagine.

– Popps Emporium — A storefront gallery, tool lending library and community space on the border of Hamtramck and Detroit — is looking to crowdfunding to complete the project.

– There’s a new yoga studio opening on the east side of the city this weekend focused on hot yoga.

– Castalia cocktail bar will be throwing a Solstice Party on Saturday. Castalia is owned by the same husband and wife who own Sfumato Fragrances.

– For our feature interview, Jer sat down with Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner. We talked about the suburban case for regional transit, anxiety that some suburban leaders have of Detroit’s comeback, attracting and keeping young talent in Metro Detroit and more up at the Mackinac Policy Conference.

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