The “Detroit ‘67” play, the DSO’s 2022-2023 season, Cuban pianist Chucho Valdes and BAIRA.
Revisiting the "Who Killed Vincent Chin?" film and Asian American civil rights.
Revisiting "Who Killed Vincent Chin?". Plus, a panel on making Michigan more competitive
Mochitsuki, Hinduism, City of Champions, Xiao Dong Wei | Episode 633
A watercolor group's exhibit, sustainable sushi, AAPI story series and a tattoo artist.
A chef serves sustainable sushi, water affordability, and Michigan's automotive future.
A Ukraine benefit concert, Marion Hayden, AAPI Story Series and the TeMaTe dance group.
Overturning Roe v. Wade, Patrick Lyoya & police reform, and One Detroit's AAPI stories.
Thurgood Play, Gabriel Duran, Cranbrook Arts, Trunino Lowe | Episode 627
A Vincent Chin Commemoration, AAPI Heritage Month, the Fisher Body Plant and Chucho Valdés
Lost Constellations, Merit School of Music, Filipino Supper Club, Dave Bennett Quartet
Building Michigan's future of work and Detroit jazz trumpeter, composer Kris Johnson
Detroit Sugarbush Project, Joan Ellison, Mint Artists Guild | Episode 623
Patrick Lyoya case update, Michigan COVID guidelines, Detroit jazz bassist Marion Hayden
This week's stories: Sanders Candy, Strohs, Brewery Minoru Yamasaki, Asbury Park Film
Detroit Riverfront Greenway, Flooding Aid, Grow Detroit's Young Talent, Music for Ukraine
Gilda Snowden Memorial Exhibit, Kresge Detroit's Film Series, Remembering Anne Parsons
Can Michigan's teacher shortage be characterized as a crisis yet?
Jazz Pianist Alexis Lombre, JazzFest Lineup, DSO In-Person, History of Islam
The Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra, Ukraine band DakhaBrakha and Artist Olayami Dabls