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Mayor Mike Duggan delivers 11th State of the City, discusses city’s revitalization ahead of NFL Draft

Detroit Mayor Duggan delivered his 11th State of the City address at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church on the city’s west side. He talked about the city’s revitalization ahead of the 2024 NFL Draft. Contributors Stephen Henderson of “American Black Journal,” Nolan Finley of the Detroit News, and Zoe Clark from Michigan Public discuss Duggan’s speech.

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Detroit Public TV changes name to Detroit PBS, plans to return headquarters to the city

One Detroit Producer Will Glover talks with Detroit PBS President and CEO Rich Homberg and Detroit PBS CFO/COO Ollette Boyd about the excitement surrounding the TV station’s new name and new location in Detroit. They share their vision for the new headquarters and discuss plans to expand programming, foster partnerships with local organizations, and provide resources to underserved communities.

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2024 NFL Draft puts spotlight on Detroit, attracts regional tourism

Almost 300,000 people are expected to come to Detroit for the 2024 NFL Draft April 25-27. One Detroit contributor Stephen Henderson talks with Visit Detroit President and CEO Claude Molinari and Faye Nelson from the Detroit Sports Organizing Corp., who both have vital roles in attracting tourism to Detroit, about the preparations being made to get the city ready for the major sporting event.

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Mayor Mike Duggan discusses Detroit’s transformation, preparedness ahead of the 2024 NFL Draft

The 2024 NFL Draft is coming to Detroit April 25-27. Events will be held in various locations downtown, including Campus Martius, Hart Plaza, Cadillac Square and Monroe Street Midway. One Detroit contributor Nolan Finley talks with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan about what visitors can expect during the draft, changes in the city, and future developments.

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Ford Piquette Avenue Plant Museum working to preserve Detroit’s automotive history with new funding

The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant in Detroit’s Milwaukee Junction neighborhood is an integral part of the Motor City’s legacy, and it has been transformed into a museum to preserve its history. One Detroit’s Chris Jordan took a tour of the museum with its President and COO Jill Woodward to learn about the iconic collection of Detroit automotive history that sits within its walls.

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