Originally aired 11/26/2020

  • Cooking with Que: Meet Quiana “Que” Broden, who runs “The Kitchen by Cooking with Que” on Woodward in Midtown. She’s part teacher, makes vegan food taste delicious, and is all family.
  • Danny Raskin: Dinner on the Town, Then and Now: One Detroit Senior Producer Bill Kubota has the incredible story of 101-year-old Danny Raskin, a food columnist with the Detroit Jewish News. Raskin talks about his longtime newspaper career and some of the stories he’s covered.
  • The Potter’s Potter: One Detroit caught up with legendary ceramicist and 2020 Kresge Eminent Artist, Marie Woo, to discuss her philosophy on creating, her world-renown glaze “Woo Blue,” and her commitment to preserving the art form for the next generation. Woo is a graduate of Cranbrook Academy of Art and a board member of Pewabic Pottery.
  • Rockin’ Robin Seymour: Robin & the Music: If you grew up here in Detroit, chances are Robin Seymour narrated your musical memories as one of the most popular DJs starting in the 1950s. He passed away in April of this year, but his role in Detroit broadcasting history won’t be forgotten.

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