• Michigan’s Independent Redistricting Commission Faces Delay in Census Data Recently, the Ford School for Public Policy held a townhall for people to understand the redistricting process and communities of interest. One thing that could impact the process is the delay in census numbers. One Detroit’s Bill Kubota has more on how the redistricting process is set up and how the public can be involved.
  • 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.
  • Madam Restaurant and Daxton Hotel to Open in Birmingham in Spring Downtown Birmingham is getting a new hotel and restaurant this spring. One Detroit contributor, Nolan Finley, of the Detroit News talks with general manager, Aaron Black, about the forthcoming Daxton Hotel and Madam restaurant, why they’re pushing forward in the midst of the pandemic, and what makes Birmingham the right spot for the new venture.
  • WGPR-TV 62’s Legacy and Remembering Karen Hudson Samuels Stephen Henderson and WGPR-TV62 Historical Society President, Joe Spencer, remember the late Karen Hudson Samuels, her integral work with the station as well as the WGPR’s legacy as a springboard for young Black media professionals.

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