Podcasts – Daily Detroit http://www.dailydetroit.com What To Know And Where To Go In Metro Detroit Thu, 20 Sep 2018 21:48:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 PODCAST: Your Daily Detroit For September 20, 2018 http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/20/podcast-your-daily-detroit-for-september-20-2018/ http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/20/podcast-your-daily-detroit-for-september-20-2018/#respond Thu, 20 Sep 2018 21:46:20 +0000 http://www.dailydetroit.com/?p=42942

Here are the show notes for the Daily Detroit podcast recorded on September 20, 2018.

Your Headlines: 

– Detroit’s schools continue to have water woes. The Detroit Public Schools Community District said that at least 57 Detroit schools have tested positive so far for high levels of copper, lead or both in drinking water.

– The beautiful Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory on Belle Isle is about to get a $1.9 million facelift starting in October.

– Henry Ford Health System will become the lone tenant in a new office tower taking shape in downtown Royal Oak.

– Could we be looking at winter with an entire direction of I-696 remaining closed?

– A major downtown Detroit hotel is facing a possible strike by its workers.

– Detroit has lost one of its champions. David DiChiera, a man who has been a big part of getting Detroit’s downtown renaissance in tune, has passed at the age of 83. He had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer back in April of 2017.

– Rumors are swirling that Dan Gilbert is going to pick up a some big legacy nameplates in media.

– The M Den is coming to Detroit. The University of Michigan-themed retail shop is opening its first location in the city of Detroit in the District Detroit.

– In Warren, there’s a new Greek fast casual restaurant opening up shop.

– This Saturday, Pewabic will be unveiling a new stein during their Oktoberfest celebration. On top of that, Eastern Market Brewing will be at the pottery studio on Jefferson Avenue serving its small batch Kiln Bier, an ale-lager hybrid that was brewed specifically for Pewabic.

Featured Conversation: 

Can there be such a thing as a “new” dive bar? For our feature conversation, Devon’s Detroit columnist Devon O’Reilly stops by to talk about Second Best… and house-made Zima. Apparently that’s a thing.

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Could “The People’s Bills” Help City Residents Benefit From Detroit’s Comeback? http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/19/could-the-peoples-bills-help-city-residents-benefit-more-from-detroits-comeback/ http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/19/could-the-peoples-bills-help-city-residents-benefit-more-from-detroits-comeback/#respond Thu, 20 Sep 2018 02:59:27 +0000 http://www.dailydetroit.com/?p=42909

Is Detroit’s comeback inclusive enough of Detroit residents? That’s been a debate that’s gone on for quite awhile.

However, there’s a new set of ordinances that Detroit City Council President Pro Tem Mary Sheffield is proposing she’s calling the “People’s Bills.” In short, her idea is to address the following concerns with ordinances and resolutions:

  • 15-day Pay Requirement for Small Businesses
  • A mandatory 51 percent of Detroiters on construction projects
  • Cash Bail amendements
  • Community Benefits Ordinance Amendments, extending the physical range where messages need to be sent and time of community input
  • Housing Trust Funds
  • Poverty Tax Exemptions
  • Water Affordability

In a conversation with Sheffield, Sven Gustafson talked through what her concerns are and where she thinks improvements could be made. Have a listen in the player above.

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PODCAST: Your Daily Detroit For Sept. 18, 2018 http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/18/podcast-your-daily-detroit-for-sept-18-2018/ http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/18/podcast-your-daily-detroit-for-sept-18-2018/#respond Wed, 19 Sep 2018 01:50:04 +0000 http://www.dailydetroit.com/?p=42894

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.

Thanks to our sponsor today, Milo Digital. http://www.milodetroit.com

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LISTEN: Diving In On The Gerrymandering Ballot Proposal, Sausage Success, No Second Tower For A Downtown Hotel & News http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/17/listen-diving-in-on-the-gerrymandering-ballot-proposal-sausage-success-no-second-tower-for-a-downtown-hotel-news/ http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/17/listen-diving-in-on-the-gerrymandering-ballot-proposal-sausage-success-no-second-tower-for-a-downtown-hotel-news/#respond Mon, 17 Sep 2018 21:58:08 +0000 http://www.dailydetroit.com/?p=42870 This is your Daily Detroit podcast recorded on Monday, September 17.

After your headlines, Sven Gustafson will chat about the anti-Gerrymandering proposal on this November’s ballot with Jamie Lyons-Eddy of Voters Not Politicians. But first, let’s dive into the stories.

– The owners of the Crowne Plaza hotel in downtown Detroit are withdrawing their plans to build a 28-story, 500-room tower after their latest attempt was blocked by the City Council.

– Former U.S. Rep. John Dingell is in the hospital after suffering an apparent heart attack Monday.

– After 15 years with the team, Detroit Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg is hanging up his skates. The team announced his retirement on Friday at the first day of training camp.

– The Oakland County Health Division says someone with a confirmed case of hepatitis A attended the Michigan Renaissance Festival on Saturday, September 1st.

– There’s a proposal to overhaul rates for Detroit’s parking tickets. The city has among the highest parking-ticket rates in the region, and Detroit City Council President Pro Tem Mary Sheffield wants to change that.

– Here’s a story about sausage. Specifically, the Corridor Sausage Company.

– The Detroit Institute of Arts says a record 73,239 students visited the museum on field trips last school year.


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PODCAST: StockX Gets $44M, City Household Incomes Up, Eric Thomas Talks Detroit & Your News http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/13/podcast-stockx-gets-44m-city-household-incomes-up-eric-thomas-talks-detroit-your-news/ http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/13/podcast-stockx-gets-44m-city-household-incomes-up-eric-thomas-talks-detroit-your-news/#respond Thu, 13 Sep 2018 21:08:51 +0000 http://www.dailydetroit.com/?p=42845

You show for September 13th, 2018 from the floor of Digital Summit Detroit:

Our feature interview is with Eric Thomas, the founder of Saga Marketing. He recently had a piece in the Financial Times and is locally famous for his LinkedIn blog post, “Why I hate Detroit.”

– Detroit’s getting a bit more of Silicon Valley’s magic. StockX, the Detroit-based Stock Market of Things, just closed on a $44 million Series B funding round with GV, which was previously called Google Ventures. The company says it plans to hire more than 1,000 people in the next year.

– How is Detroit’s comeback doing? Well here’s an interesting indicator. According to data provided by the U.S. Census, the city of Detroit’s median household income rose 8% in 2017. That rate is four times the national average of 2%.

– A new report suggests that the market for luxury vehicles is on track for a near-record year, thanks largely to the growth in high-end sport utility vehicles.

– A pop-up Vespa dealer is opening in the Fisher Building.

– The Salvation Army is doing a “Ring for Bling” campaign for those taking part in their annual Red Kettle fundraising campaign. The nonprofit Salvation Army provides a lot of services in Metro Detroit, including feeding the homeless, combating addiction, fighting poverty and working to stop human trafficking. For every two-hour Red Kettle volunteer shift, volunteers get an entry for a chance to win a diamond necklace from Lucido Fine Jewelry. The Gabriel NY piece is worth more than $6,000.

– Michelle Obama is coming to Detroit as part of a 10-city tour to promote her new memoir, “Becoming.” She’ll be at Little Caesars Arena on Tuesday, December 11th.

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PODCAST: Massive “Fatberg” In Macomb County, DPSCD Opening School At Marygrove Campus, And Your News http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/13/podcast-massive-fatberg-in-macomb-county-dpscd-opening-school-at-marygrove-campus-and-your-news/ http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/13/podcast-massive-fatberg-in-macomb-county-dpscd-opening-school-at-marygrove-campus-and-your-news/#respond Thu, 13 Sep 2018 14:03:51 +0000 http://www.dailydetroit.com/?p=42835

From the floor of Digital Summit Detroit, this is your Daily Detroit podcast for September 12, 2018.

– Public works employees in Macomb County have removed a quivering, gelatinous mass from the sewer system that they have affectionately dubbed a “fatberg.”

– Detroit Public Schools Community District will open a unique K-12 teaching academy next fall on the Marygrove College campus.

– The owners of the Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Detroit have been dealt another setback in their efforts to build a second hotel tower.

– Here’s a snapshot into what Michiganders are thinking right now about a variety of issues thanks to a set of new polls that we’ll walk through.

– Popular fitness chain Orangetheory Fitness said today it plans to open its first Detroit location in 2019.

– The Impossible Burger Slider is coming to Metro Detroit White Castles

– And we talk about the opening keynote with Chelsea Handler, who had some interesting lessons to share about social and digital media that weren’t from the perspective of a traditional marketer. She also talked about how marijuana could be the next big thing for Detroit.

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LISTEN: Your Daily Detroit Podcast For September 11, 2018 http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/11/listen-your-daily-detroit-podcast-for-september-11-2018/ http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/11/listen-your-daily-detroit-podcast-for-september-11-2018/#respond Wed, 12 Sep 2018 01:55:42 +0000 http://www.dailydetroit.com/?p=42824

This is your Daily Detroit podcast for September 11, 2018.

Our feature interview today at the end of the show is with Nina Innsted. Her True Crime podcast, “Already Gone,” hits 100 episodes this week and it’s about a murder that happened on the site of what’s now Oakland Mall. We talk about the show, what she’s learned podcasting, and more. You can find the show here.

Your Detroit headlines:

– Could Detroit Red Wings legend Stevie Yzerman be heading back to the Motor City? Maybe. Yzerman stepped down from his job as General Manager of the Tampa Bay Lighting Tuesday, a position he’s held since 2010.

– The Scott Fountain on Belle Isle is in line for a makeover.Officials on Tuesday announced that $400,000 of the money raised at the Grand Prixmere charity gala this year will be used to maintain and improve the 93-year-old fountain.

– A quick update to yesterday’s story about a deadline extension for medical marijuana businesses.

– One of Hamtramck’s legendary packzi palaces, New Palace Bakery, is getting a national nod of approval.

– The end of one Ferndale restaurant is a new beginning for Bobcat Bonnie’s. Zeke’s Rock and Roll Barbecue is closing their doors on Wednesday. The restaurant on West Nine mile opened in 2015.

– Karas Brothers and Capers Steakhouse are getting renovations

– And, we honor the fallen and the heroes of 9/11. It’s at the end of the show.

That’s your Daily Detroit podcast sharing what to know and where to go in Metro Detroit. Like the show? Be sure to subscribe wherever fine shows are found.

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LISTEN: True Crime Podcast ‘Already Gone’ Builds Audience As 100th Episode Drops http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/11/listen-true-crime-podcast-already-gone-builds-audience-as-100th-episode-drops/ http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/11/listen-true-crime-podcast-already-gone-builds-audience-as-100th-episode-drops/#respond Wed, 12 Sep 2018 01:22:54 +0000 http://www.dailydetroit.com/?p=42815

True crime is hot. The genre dominates the top 10 shows on Apple Podcasts, with podcasts like Serial and My Favorite Murder drawing millions of fans and downloads.

Here in the Detroit area, we’ve got our own true crime podcast that is attracting a growing following, with its 100th episode dropping Wednesday. It promises to change the way you look at Oakland Mall.

Nina Innsted is the researcher, writer, producer and voice behind the popular local podcast “Already Gone,” which focuses on true crimes that took place right here in Michigan.

Already Gone is a fellow member of the Podcast Detroit network. Sven spoke with Innsted on the Daily Detroit podcast about her show and what she’s learned about podcasting.

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PODCAST: Paying for Coneys with Credit Cards and your Detroit news http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/10/podcast-paying-for-coneys-with-credit-cards-and-your-detroit-news/ http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/10/podcast-paying-for-coneys-with-credit-cards-and-your-detroit-news/#respond Mon, 10 Sep 2018 22:15:55 +0000 http://www.dailydetroit.com/?p=42791

Welcome back to the work week! This is your Daily Detroit podcast for September 10, 2018. Here are your stories:

– It might be the end of an era in Detroit. One of the legendary dueling coneys – Lafayette – will now let you pay for coneys with credit cards.

– Miss Michigan, Emily Sioma, used the Miss America Beauty Pageant over the weekend to make a political statement on Michigan water.

– We recently told you about how Ford scrapped its plans to import the Focus Active to the U.S. from China due to the steep cost tied to President Trump’s tariffs on Chinese imports. On Sunday, President Trump apparently caught wind of that announcement from a CNBC report and took to Twitter, suggesting “This car can now be BUILT IN THE U.S.A.” where the company would pay no tariffs.

– There’s some news about one of the Detroit area’s largest remaining abandoned shopping malls, Summit Place.

– A key deadline in the granting of licenses to medical marijuana facilities looks set to be extended, meaning some facilities will be able to keep operating during the licensing process.

– There’s a big mural nearing completion in Hamtramck that pays tribute to Detroit City FC and its passionate fan base.

– The city of Detroit has a new strategic transportation plan that they unveiled Friday. The plan focuses on improvements to Detroit’s transportation system. It’s not just updates to the bus system, which is getting 50 new bus shelters. The plan looks at projects that would slow down cars in neighborhoods, resurface more than 300 miles of roads, implement smart technology in signals…. and of course, lower the highest-in-the-nation car insurance rates in the city. Here’s a link to the full plan.

– A taster of beer news for you. Falling Down Beer Company (also, an occasional sponsor of Daily Detroit) is opening their Detroit location in the Detroit Shipping Company tomorrow.. That’s Tuesday.

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LISTEN: Talking Ford Prospects, Impact of Marchionne Death on FCA & Tesla with Autoblog Chief Greg Migliore http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/07/listen-talking-ford-prospects-impact-of-marchionne-death-on-fca-tesla-with-autoblog-chief-greg-migliore/ http://www.dailydetroit.com/2018/09/07/listen-talking-ford-prospects-impact-of-marchionne-death-on-fca-tesla-with-autoblog-chief-greg-migliore/#respond Fri, 07 Sep 2018 14:34:35 +0000 http://www.dailydetroit.com/?p=42780

On our Daily Detroit podcast, Autoblog editor Greg Migliore joins Sven Gustafson to talk about what’s been happening in the auto industry.

Topics include:

Is Ford nearing crisis territory? What about that Mach vehicle for 2020? The Mustang-looking SUV?

What impact the death of Sergio Marchionne has on FCA, and what Greg thinks of new CEO Mike Manley.

Is the bloom off the rose of Tesla?

You can catch Greg and Autoblog here. They also have a podcast! That’s here.

And if you want to subscribe to our Daily Detroit podcast, go here.

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