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Duggan State of the City, Detroit PBS, Birdie’s Bookmobile, Outdoor Adventure Center | One Detroit

Contributors Stephen Henderson, Nolan Finley and Zoe Clark react to Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan’s 11th State of the City address. Detroit Public Television changes its name to Detroit PBS and announces its headquarters is moving to Detroit. Birdie’s Bookmobile, a Detroit literacy organization, brings the joy of reading to children. Plus, take a tour of the Outdoor Adventure Center in Detroit.

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Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, 2024 NFL Draft in Detroit, Ford Piquette Avenue Plant Museum | One Detroit

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan shares what people can expect during the 2024 NFL Draft April 25-27. Visit Detroit President and CEO Claude Molinari and Faye Nelson from the Detroit Sports Organizing Corp discuss the NFL Draft’s impact on tourism in the city. Plus, a visit to the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant Museum shows an iconic collection of Detroit automotive history.

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2024 Freep Film Festival, ‘Rouge’ Documentary, Weekend events | One Detroit

One Detroit contributor Stephen Henderson talks with Freep Film Festival Artistic Director and Co-Founder, Kathy Kieliszewski, and local filmmaker Razi Jafri about this year’s Freep Film Festival. One Detroit Senior Producer Bill Kubota interviews filmmaker Hamoody Jaafar about the documentary “Rouge” that’s opening the film festival. Plus, check out some upcoming events on “One Detroit Weekend.”

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Michigan U.S. Senate seat, AI for Mobility Project, Detroit Opera season, Weekend events | One Detroit

Contributors Stephen Henderson, Nolan Finley and Zoe Clark weigh in on a tight Michigan U.S. senate race ahead of the 2024 election. Wayne State University’s AI for Mobility Program seeks to improve Detroit’s public transit system. Detroit Opera presents two new operas making their Detroit premiere. Plus, ways to celebrate Easter Sunday, the spring season and more on “One Detroit Weekend.”

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Venezuelan migrants in Detroit, Heart disease, Detroit DJ Whodat, One Detroit Weekend | One Detroit

Church of the Messiah supports more than 60 Venezuelan migrants who have recently arrived in Detroit. New data from the medical team at EHproject show African American women are at a greater risk for heart disease than white women. Detroit DJ Whodat talks with contributor Chien-An Yuan for Women’s History Month. Plus, check out ways to spend the first weekend of spring on “One Detroit Weekend.”

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