Your Detroit stories:
The Ilitch organization is talking about launching its own regional sports network (and we discuss other sportsy news, including soccer in Detroit). First reported here: https://www.detroitnews.com/story/sports/mlb/tigers/2018/10/25/ilitches-weigh-starting-own-sports-tv-network/1756233002/ and then everyone else in Detroit media got more info.
Detroit’s historic Pewabic pottery studio unveiled its new Maxine and Stuart Frankel Pewabic Tile Studio today.
Two Detroit brands that taste great together. That’s what the companies behind beloved hometown brands Kar’s Nuts and Sanders chocolate are hoping after a deal that sees the two snack makers merge.
Columbia Street in downtown Detroit is getting yet another new restaurant. Sahara Restaurant is opening up a 4,500 square foot spot where they will serve Iraqi and Chaldean cuisine.
The site of the old village hall on Jos. Campau at Grayling Street is now the location of Hamtramck’s first-ever full archeological dig.
Saturday Night Live cast member Colin Jost (who co-hosts the very funny “Weekend Update” skit) Colin Jost is going to be in Pontiac on Saturday night. Tix: http://flagstarstrandtheatrepontiac.com/iwe-event/the-infamous-stringdusters-2-3-3
Two Royal Oak bars are backing a proposal that would allow downtown establishments that don’t have kitchens to host food trucks without a special-event permit. (Extra info here)
This episode was recorded on October 25, 2018 at the Podcast Detroit studios in the Detroit Shipping Company. If you like the show, be sure to leave us a review in Apple Podcasts.