This is your show for June 25, 2018:
– The Detroit Department of Transportation plans a series of public meetings to share details and gather feedback about changes it plans to make to DDOT bus service starting in September. That’s when DDOT says it plans to start rolling out improvements to its 10 24-hour bus routes including Wi-Fi service, upgrades to bus stops, improved buses and easier fare payment.
– A number of Detroit businesses won grants or interest-free loans totaling $1.2 million dollars over the weekend at Quicken Loans Demo Day. We’re joined by Dr. Paul Thomas of Plum Health DPC to talk about his experience winning his $50k award.
– Detroit’s historic United Sound Systems recording studio is for sale for $1.5 million. The two-story 9,700 square foot brick house near Wayne State University and the New Center is said to be Detroit’s oldest and still-operating independent recording studio.
– A restaurant roundup of Chick P and Clementina in downtown Detroit and the purchase price for Como’s, which isn’t so outlandish in Ferndale’s hot restaurant scene
– Fletcher Sharpe joins us as he does every week during the season for the Detroit City FC coverage of the week before and the week ahead. Of course, we also get into some World Cup discussions as well.
– And, it’s going to hot this weekend. Really, really, hot.
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