Seven months after Russia invaded Ukraine, new reports have shown the Russian military is being hit with setbacks. Tonight, One Detroit explores how the Russia-Ukraine conflict has inspired Metro Detroiters with connections to the region to take action to support Ukrainians overseas.Read More
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9/26/22: One Detroit Arts & Culture – Detroit Public Theatre, Dick Purtan, ‘Life in Bloom,’ Urban Art Orchestra
This Week on One Detroit, Arts & Culture: Detroit Public Theatre Moves into New Home Near...Read More
9/22/22: One Detroit – Detroit Public Theatre, Michigan’s Holocaust History, Teen Mental Health, Women in the Workforce
The Detroit Public Theatre moves to a new, permanent location. One Detroit intern Zion Williams examines the effects of social media on teens’ mental health. Detroit Public TV and the Zekelman Holocaust Center explore a Michigan perspective of the Holocaust with Jewish and interfaith community leaders. Plus, a look at how Michigan’s childcare challenges have impacted women in the workforce.Read More
9/19/22: One Detroit – Dance Theatre of Harlem, Wearable Artist Virgil Taylor, Architect Minoru Yamasaki
One Detroit’s AJ Walkers met up with the Dance Theatre of Harlem at the Motown Museum to check out a preview of their upcoming ‘Higher Ground’ performance, which pays tribute to Stevie Wonder’s music. Then, Metalwork artist Virgil Taylor takes viewers inside his art studio to show some of the latest wearable art pieces and the ancient inspiration behind his works. Plus, hear more about Detroit’s architectural history and the impacts architect Minoru Yamasaki left with his designs in the Motor City.Read More
9/15/2022: One Detroit – Michigan’s Automotive Future, Michigan Water Affordability, Sustainable Sushi
One Detroit’s Chris Jordan learns more about sustainable sushi with Sozai Restaurant Owner and chef Hamije Sato. Circle of Blue Journalist Brett Walton explores water affordability and the rising costs of water in Southeast Michigan. Plus, a look at the current state and future of Michigan’s auto industry, EVs and more.Read More
News From Around Detroit
- Here’s what Detroit’s police chief is doing in the neighborhoodsby Bryce Huffman (Bryce Huffman, Author at BridgeDetroit)
Police Chief James White is walking a mile in city communities each week. Listen to find out where and why.
- Detroit has plenty of land. Do residents have equal access?by Bryce Huffman (Bryce Huffman, Author at BridgeDetroit)
Discussions are ramping up over strategies to best serve Detroit and ensure long-time residents have a stake in ownership, vision for vacant land.
- Detroit leaders urge action on gun violence to ‘bring relief to our babies’by Bryce Huffman (Bryce Huffman, Author at BridgeDetroit)
Detroit has seen nine mass shootings this year alone and heightened frustrations among residents fearful of public spaces or leaving their homes.
- Nonprofit develops award for Black leaders advancing racial justiceby Bryce Huffman (Bryce Huffman, Author at BridgeDetroit)
Three “trailblazers” in Michigan will be honored, with the top prize being $10,000 in grant money. Two other awardees will get $2,500.
- Detroit embarks on new planning study for Joe Louis Greenwayby Bryce Huffman (Bryce Huffman, Author at BridgeDetroit)
Two-year study to evaluate economic impact, land use and policies to beautify future and existing developments along the greenway route.
- Ian regains hurricane strength as it moves toward South Carolina
Ian has regained hurricane strength as it spun toward South Carolina a day after devastating a cross section of Florida. The U.S. National Hurricane Center says the storm's maximum sustained winds increased Thursday to 75 mph.
- Finland bans entry to Russian tourists starting at midnight
Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto told a news conference that the decision "aims to completely prevent Russian tourism to Finland and the related transit through Finland."
- Qatar confirms COVID-19 test requirements for World Cup fans
Fans going to the World Cup in Qatar must show a negative COVID-19 test when they arrive as part of the host nation's rules to combat COVID-19. About 1.2 million visitors to Qatar are expected for the tournament, which starts Nov. 20.