Tonight on One Detroit:

  • Cinecyde

Formed in 1976, Cinecyde may have been Detroit’s first punk band. 45 years later, they just released a new album, were nominated for a Detroit Music Award, and have no plans of slowing down. Chris Jordan delves into their history in the early days of the Detroit punk scene, talks to the band about the making of their new record, Vegetable or Thing, and gives us a look at their new music video.


  • Arts Engines 

Founder and Artistic Director of the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice, Terri Lyne Carrington, speaks to the role of women in jazz.


  • Almond Boneless Chicken

A special One Detroit report on a popular Chinese dish that’s actually a Michigan original: Almond Boneless Chicken.


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