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One Detroit Weekend: April 19, 2024

Earth Day is coming up this weekend and there are a few ways to celebrate, including the Earth Day Fest at the Ypsilanti Farmers Market or an Earth Day Celebration at The War Memorial. There’s also a new exhibit on the history of Detroit’s Jewish community at the Detroit Historical Museum. See what else is coming up around town on “One Detroit Weekend” with contributor Cecelia Sharpe of 90.9 WRCJ.

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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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62nd Annual Barristers’ Ball returns to Detroit, celebrates the legacy of Motown music

The Wolverine Bar Association hosts its 62nd annual Barristers’ Ball, a cornerstone event in Detroit’s African American legal community. This year’s theme is “Motown: Back Down Memory Lane.” Wolverine Bar Association President Diane Hutcherson and State Bar of Michigan Diversity Director Gregory Conyers talk with host Stephen Henderson about the event and diversity in the legal profession.

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One Detroit Weekend: April 12, 2024

Heading into the weekend, check out some theater, live music visual arts and more around Detroit and its suburbs. There’s the “When Instruments Roamed the Earth!” concert, the “Heavy Melanin” exhibit, the Fishville Farms Summer Concert Series Featuring BlueSkye and plenty more. See what else is coming up around town on “One Detroit Weekend.”

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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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