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The Bobcat and the reflecting pool // Woodward re-opens // Old radio building fate uncertain

Hello Wednesday! Producer Shianne is in studio and we talk about the stories and events of that interest us… plus, Jer shares a yarn his pops told him about his bobcat when he went to Wayne State in the 60s. 01:38 – Shianne brought some of the new Caribou in the studio to try from the new Ferndale location. Do the vibes live up? 07:00 – The Woodward road diet in Ferndale and Pleasant Ridge is finished for the season, and traffic has opened up so we can get a better look at what was built...

More parking lots? // Caribou to Ferndale // Inn Season closing // Bumps for Bumpy Cake production

00:34 – GP Park is looking at some new zoning to turn owned and occupied housing into (maybe) parking. Change is inevitable, but aren’t there better ways for one of the region’s few walkable neighborhoods? 11:52 – Caribou Coffee is coming to Ferndale 13:40 – Inn Season is closed for good in Royal Oak after 40+ years 17:40 – An unexpected side effect of the closure of the Awrey’s facility is that Sanders will have to find somewhere else to make Bumpy Cakes, making them a rare commodity...

Goodbye Gordon Lightfoot // Allegedly sus suds // Caribou Coffee returning // Julia Child exhibit

Busy show today. Shianne remembers one of her favorite artists, Gordon Lightfoot. Then, we talk about the allegedly sus suds situation with Founders failed Detroit foray. Caribou Coffee is brining back a blast of nostalgia with their return to Michigan with 50 stores Jer shares a few of his favorite NYC food picks including Ci Siamo and one with a local tie. And a Julia Child exhibit is coming to the Henry Ford You're part of this conversation! Feedback as always - dailydetroit - at - gmail...

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