This is your Daily Detroit podcast for September 18, 2018:
– Our feature interview is with Terry Bean and Shawn Lee, talking about TedXDetroit’s 10th anniversary event happening at the Masonic Temple. The conference focuses on ideas worth spreading. http://www.tedxdetroit.com
– What’s the fate of the old Tigers site? Shianne Nocerini went down to “The Corner,” a new modular development at the corner of Michigan and Trumbull to get an update on construction.
– After 56 years of touring, Detroit’s own Bob Seger will no longer be a Travelin’ man.
– Detroit’s Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts will open its 90th season next month with a tribute to Aretha Franklin.
– Ford Motor Company has a new neighborhood wish list to go along with its newly purchased Michigan Central Station in Corktown.
– Lakeside Mall could become a mixed-use town center called Lakeside Village. Sterling Heights city officials will unveil the new design plans at a public open house event next Thursday. The Macomb Daily reports they’re trying to keep Lakeside viable amid a nationwide decline of brick-and-mortar indoor shopping malls.
– A quick heads up… you can get into the Michigan Science Center free on Saturday. They’re celebrating NASA’s 60th anniversary. You need to register here.
– Dig, a dating app aimed at dog lovers, is launching in Detroit on Thursday. They’re throwing a kickoff party at WeWork Merchant’s Row in downtown Detroit.
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