Detroit Artist Sheefy McFly Discusses The New Mural He’s Unveiling This Weekend At Mo Pop

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Happy Friday. On today’s show, Jer speaks with Detroit muralist Sheefy McFly — he’s the one who was arrested while doing a city-commissioned mural on a Detroit viaduct. He’s got a new mural that will be unveiled this weekend at the Mo Pop music festival on Detroit’s riverfront.

We also run down a few news stories from the past week:

  • New affordable housing units are being planned in North Corktown aimed at “middle-income” residents. [Crain’s]
  • A shooting at a west-side gas station over stolen potato chips has sparked protests urging residents to support black-owned businesses. [Warrendale Blog]
  • Raccoons are terrorizing a neighborhood near Rouge Park! [WXYZ]
  • And Wine Spectator spotlights dozens of Detroit-area restaurants for their wine lists as part of its 2019 Restaurant Awards.

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