This episode originally aired on 3/15/21

  • Judaism Virtual Tour
    In the last installment of our religious virtual tours we will explore Judaism through a tour of Temple Israel in West Bloomfield, MI.
  • Detroit Riverwalk
    Best in the Country, The Detroit RiverWalk has captured national attention and was voted best in the country by USA Today’s readers. Christy spoke with Detroit Riverfront Conservancy CEO, Mark Wallace, about the catalysts for the riverfront’s transformation and new projects and programming underway.
  • Generation Found
  • Details on a new coffee table book that highlights the achievements and wisdom of African American elders from across the country. Ann Arbor photographer-writer Roohee Marshall talks about the inspiration behind the project, and 84-year-old Detroiter Carole Hall talks about being one of the featured seniors in the book and its importance to Black history.
  • Peter Whorf + Anthony Wing, Executive Director of the ISO (International Symphony Orchestra)
    Learn how the International Symphony Orchestra found a creative way to bring music back to the public by setting up socially distanced outdoor viewing areas where a small audience could enjoy intimate performances by musicians connected to PAs playing in store-front windows.

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