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Detroit gains population // Fairlane falls behind // Visiting Detroit Vinyl Society and Cafe Noir

Due to news, our schedule gets flipped around. Devon O'Reilly joins in on a Thursday to talk about a couple of stories around town and a couple of places we've been. Where we've been: Devon went to check out the Detroit Vinyl Society, a new spot in Detroit's Paradise Valley and has some thoughts. Jer went to Cafe Noir in Detroit's North End. News stories: The city of Detroit gained 1,852 people last year, according to the latest Census estimate. that's the first time since the 1950s that th...

Detroit's pride and population loss // Stone Soap clock runs out // Tipping culture // AM radios here to stay

Norris Howard joins us in the co-host seat today. We talk about an article that a bunch of you texted and emailed in about - Detroit possibly losing the title as America's Blackest city. Time has run out on the Stone Soap building - and it's running out on a number of older buildings in the city. What can be saved? Should it be saved?

Why growth matters // Old Miami still tickin' // Southland Mall stories

We talk about where we've been including El Moore, Seasons - and realizing from some listeners people don't know what the Old Miami is. Plus, we answer a listener question on why growth matters in Metro Detroit and Michigan. We do this show each and every weekday covering what to know and where to go in Metro Detroit on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and wherever you listen to shows. Plus, our new round of etched Daily Detroit rocks glasses are here. They're only for Patreon members, so support our...

Detroit Continues To Lose Population According To New Census Data

Most of the nation is gaining population but the city of Detroit continues to lag and lose people, according to new annual estimates released today from the U.S. Census Bureau. The city lost 3,541 people from 2015 to 2016, or about a half of a percent. This is similar to the decline last year of 3,573. Nationally, the year over year growth rate averaged 0.7 percent. If Detroit was keeping pace with the nation, it should have had a population gain of 4,734. Over six years, Detroit has lo...

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