Welcome to Friday! On the podcast:

Jer shares his experience at Go Comedy! Improv Theater in Ferndale, highlighting its pride-themed event and the importance of supporting independent arts in Metro Detroit.

Devon talks about his recent visit to the Detroit Zoo with his daughter, discussing the new attractions and the joy of seeing animals through a child's eyes

We discuss Amar Pizza in Hamtramck getting a nod from The New York Times as one of the best pizza places in the U.S.

We highlight the $153 million development project at the historic Fisher Body Auto Plant, which will include residential and commercial spaces, set to be completed by summer 2026.

Detroit's three new solar neighborhood projects are discussed, focusing on the benefits of converting vacant land into solar arrays and the home improvements for nearby residents.

Jer outlines some of the local projects receiving funding from the Michigan state budget, including the Detroit Zoo, Jimmy John's Field, and the Downtown Boxing Gym.

That leads us on a sidetrack, getting into the ongoing discussions and differing opinions surrounding the I-375 project and its potential impact. Devon doesn't think it's gonna happen.

And we end talking about the implications of Rite Aid reportedly closing all their stores in Michigan, creating pharmacy deserts and the potential for new business opportunities.

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