On today’s show:
00:19 Indoor dining can resume at 25% capacity starting February 1, along with some other things. What are the details? And is it enough to keep restaurants going?
07:49 Detroit property values are rising, with more than a billion dollars in new residential value being created in the last couple years. And it’s in almost all of Detroit’s neighborhoods.
12:11 The Detroit Lions have a new coach with a press conference that got the attention of fans.
13:38 Dilla’s Delights closes. More from the friends of pod at Eater: https://detroit.eater.com/2021/1/14/22230971/dillas-delights-closed-downtown-detroit-doughnut-shop-j-dilla-uncle-herm
15:33 Coffee Down Under opens in downtown Detroit. We check in with the owner of the Australian-inspired espresso joint and get a first look at the space.
19:02 One Eyed Betty’s is closing for renovations, but they may have fumbled the announcement. What’s in store for the Ferndale eatery?
20:25 Old City Hall park in Dearborn is opening up to residents for comments on improvements. We get some history on one of Metro Detroit’s older, more notable buildings.
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