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Jeff Felts, from Center Mass, is our guest on the latest episode of the CATO Podcast with Marcus Sprague and Kris Jenny, CATO Training Cadre member. As a young sniper, Jeff found himself well trained, but poorly prepared for a very dynamic hostage situation. This setback sent him on a journey to improve his training and resulted in the formation of Center Mass, the National Patrol Rifle Conference and Championship, and the patrol rifle utilization survey. Each year, participants from around the country compete in a variety of patrol rifle scenarios taken from the streets of America. Jeff retired from law enforcement after serving for twenty years as a Police Officer and Sergeant in suburban Metro Detroit. He is also a veteran of the Army, where he was an MP and in the reserves as an Infantry Drill Sergeant. He also served for 12 years in a part-time capacity with the Western Wayne County Special Operations Team as an Operator, Sniper, and Sniper Team Leader. He holds an associate degree in criminal justice, a bachelor's degree in business administration, and is a graduate of Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command. Jeff is a certified special weapons and tactics instructor, tactical rifle instructor, sniper instructor, pistol instructor, and President of Center Mass, Inc., and serves as an Advisory Board Member of the American Sniper Association (ASA). Links of interest: CMI website https://shop.centermassinc.com/ NPRC main page https://shop.centermassinc.com/info/national-patrol-rifle-conference-championships Patrol Rifle Utilization Survey https://shop.centermassinc.com/info/patrol-rifle-utilization-survey CMI Training info https://shop.centermassinc.com/info/leo-training-services CMI FB page: https://www.facebook.com/centermasslivonia NPRC FB page: https://www.facebook.com/NationalPatrolRifleConference As always if you find today's episode valuable, please share it with someone, subscribe, and rate us on the platform of your choice.
Our feature conversation with with Kelli Dobner of Samaritas. He organization is looking to raise funds to help 350 Afghan refugees in Metro Detroit and Grand Rapids get a footing while they restart their lives. More: https://www.samaritas.org/refugee-crisis Also, I share a quick thing to know and two places to go. - Bally Sports Detroit has renewed their deal to broadcast Tigers and Wings games. But can we please get a real streaming option? - The Detroit Bourbon Fest is this weekend to support the Friends of Detroit River. https://detroitbourbonfest.com/ - And there's a new mural at Van Dyke and Mack you may wanna check out this weekend. It reimagines the Spirit of Detroit in a beautiful way. https://twitter.com/TheDailyDetroit/status/1448672244478185473
Lauren Milici is a poet, writer, and pop culture connoisseur based in Metro Detroit. Teresa Douglas is a Mexican-American woman writing from Vancouver, B.C. torrin a. greathouse is a transgender cripple-punk, 2021 National Endowment for the Arts Fellow, and author of Wound from the Mouth of a Wound (Milkweed Editions, 2020). (Transcript) Welcome to Micro,Continue reading "Milici x Douglas x greathouse"
Sheel Sohal is Keller Williams ranked #1 individual real estate broker representing clients and properties locally in the Metro Detroit market. Focused on pre-planning, Sheel's niche came with understanding how to market properties globally and position local homes to sell fast. Listen now!
Today's feature conversation is with sculptor Austen Brantley. Website: https://www.austenbrantleysculpture.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/austenbrantley/ Also in the back few minutes, I share a couple quick things to know around town: - Local officials are worried about the city's low (43.9%) vaccination rate and a November/.December COVID-19 surge in the region. So far, Metro Detroit has been relatively spared. - The Starbucks at Woodward and Montcalm in the Fox Theater building quietly closed
The USMNT roster is here for World Cup qualifying, and it's time to react to it on Episode 62. The roster was released this morning, and we go through it to highlight who Gregg Berhalter called in and who was not included. There were several players who were included on this roster that did not make it in the September window: Paul Arriola, Tim Weah, Gyasi Zardes, Luca de la Torre, Matthew Hoppe, Shaq Moore, Yunus Musah, Chris Richards, and Gianluca Busio. While Gio Reyna and Christian Pulisic were not included due to injury, Jordan Pefok, Josh Sargent, Ethan Horvath, and Konrad de la Fuente were also left off the roster. There are also others who were not on either roster that fans may think should have been brought into camp. We discuss it all briefly on this episode. We close out this episode with a personal tribute to Martin Huschka, an inspirational young boy in the American soccer family who passed away late last week due to complications from a neurodegenerative disorder that was so rare, there have been only 14 cases worldwide. I tell the story of Martin's journey, what he meant to me and why he is the strongest boy that I've ever met. Martin is going to be missed by so many, but the joy that he shared is something that will remain in the hearts of all who were blessed to meet him or be inspired through his story. If you are so inclined to also pay tribute to Martin's memory, his family requests that you make a donation to Gilda's Club of Metro Detroit, Angela Hospice, or Rainbow Connection. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chet Hank's tough life, State Reps: Manoogian v. Marino, Rolling Stones play for Robert Kraft, WATP Karl joins us with the Murdaugh Murders, and Drew's high school tales of the James Hill Gang & Gabby.The Detroit Lions are not very good.The Manning brothers are doing something different on ESPN2 for Monday Night Football and we love it.Ariana Grande is being stalked and terrorized.Rep. Mari Manoogian is being stalked and terrorized by Rep. Steve Marino. *Allegedly (for Mike Rataj).Drew remembers the old 'James Hill Gang' and their "Gabby" chants.Gabby Petito's body has been identified. Brian Laundrie may have been spotted on a trail cam.Drew & Marc break down Heist featuring Heather Tallchief and Roberto Solis.Drew has a crush on Tamron Hall, who may or may not have gotten it on with Prince.Drew Crime: Thomas Clayton sucks at hockey and sucks at murdering.Karl from WATP joins us to rip life coaches, explain the Stuttering John/Robert Smigel beef and destroy the Murdaugh Murders Podcast. Some people are saying Mandy Matney has vocal fry.Yet another storm of the century is on the way to Metro Detroit.R. Kelly's defense is on the offense.Drew wants the sweatbox to make a comeback.Rolling Stone Magazine doesn't seem to like Eric Clapton very much. They also REALLY hate Morgan Wallen.CBS News brought in Nate Burleson, but have not done a story on his pizza incident.The dude who filmed the Rodney King beating has died of COVID.Chet Hanks does an exclusive interview on Channel 5 with Andrew Callaghan.The Rolling Stones kicked off their 1st tour without Charlie Watts... privately. Robert Kraft has hot girlfriends.Britney Spears has more manic Instagram posts today.Alleged wife murderer Barry Morphew has been released from jail with his daughters by his side.The Border Patrol is in trouble for being really mean to illegal immigrants.Brazil's president was denied entry to a New York pizza joint because he's unvaccinated.BLM vs Carmine's restaurant in NYC. The restaurant is not owned by The Big Ragoo.Not-a-Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are taking a trip to NYC to lecture us.FiveThirtyEight has Joe Biden's approval numbers.The Oklahoma Pooper has been arrested!Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
This week we're going to explore one of the great mysteries of our time…THE HEALTH OF THE MALE PSYCHE. Whether you're a man or a woman, you may think you know and understand modern day MASCULINITY. But we're at a crossroads between what a traditional definition is and finding new ways to help boys and men CREATE HEALTHIER EMOTIONAL OUTCOMES. My guest, JASON WILSON, is an expert on the subject and someone you may already recognize. He is a sought-after speaker and frequently appears in a variety of news media, but perhaps is best known for a VIRAL VIDEO of him working with one of his martial arts students as that 9-year-old boy fought back tears trying to break a board during belt test. It has been viewed more than 100 million times. If you haven't seen it, FIND IT ON YOUTUBE AND WATCH IT! Jason is the founder and CEO of Yunion (pronounced union) and has spent close to 15 years training and developing more than 10,000 young adults in Metro Detroit. His IMPACT on IMPROVING the lives of young boys and men have earned him numerous accolades, including the prestigious President's Volunteer Service Award. This is an important discussion about a topic that's frequently overlooked, and the goal of this episode is to make you STOP AND THINK about what we can all do to IMPROVE the mental health of young men everywhere. Jason downloads TRUTH about what masculinity really is and how men need to make peace with and EMBRACE ALL OF THEIR EMOTIONS. Not only is it okay to cry and release past trauma, but it's also one of the best paths to HEALING and POSITIVE GROWTH in men of all ages. He also reveals what EMOTIONAL INCARCERATION is and how to break through suppressing feelings that can create internal conflict if left unresolved. One of the biggest CHALLENGES single moms face is trying to raise a young man when a father is no longer around. In his work, Jason has seen this time and again and that's why we spend a lot of time discussing PRACTICAL STRATEGIES that can help BUILD BRIDGES for mothers who face this reality. Listening to Jason, you will gain greater INSIGHTS to all human relationships. He will help you adjust your thinking so you can find greater LOVE and PEACE in your own life through better interactions with others.
Hosted by Kyle BushreSound Engineer and Producer: Jonathan BlosserThe Stream Roots Podcast theme song was written, recorded, and produced by Jonathan Blosser and Owen Nash.You can learn more about Barnabas Ministries by visiting www.barnabasministriesmi.org
Live—from the campus of Hillsdale College in beautiful Hillsdale Michigan— this is Scot Bertram in for Steve on the Steve Gruber Show for –Monday September 13th 2021— —Here are 3 big things you need to know— Three— People in Texas are bracing for a soaking from Tropical Storm Nicholas today. Up to 15 inches of rain is possible in some areas, while others could see a hurricane or flash flooding. The storm will head to Louisiana after, sending the state into another emergency. Two— Michigan's average gas price is down three-cents in the past week to three-dollars-18-cents a gallon. Triple-A Michigan says prices should stabilize this week as the Gulf Coast refineries continue to recover from Hurricane Ida. Metro Detroit still the most expensive at three-dollars-27-cents a gallon. And number one— House Democrats are looking to raise taxes to pay for the proposed three-point-five trillion dollar budget package. That includes increasing the top rate on individuals to 39-point-six percent from 37 percent. The corporate tax rate would go up to 26-point-five percent.
Today in the hot seat we have Dana White. Dana White is the owner of Paralee Boyd. The salon, named after her Grandmother Paralee Boyd, opened in 2012 in Metro Detroit. The second location opened in 2017 in Midtown, Detroit. She started her business to solve a problem that women with thick and curly hair were facing everywhere. Dana wanted to create a space that provided quality hair care, that's timely and committed to customer service. Like several of us, she had grown tired of spending her entire Saturdays in hair salons. She had grown tired of navigating an appointment with her schedule and paying a premium for the reputation of the stylist and not the quality of my hair care. Dana is the first African-American woman to franchise a salon business. Starting in fall 2021, anyone can become an owner of the salon that offers a revolutionary approach for women with thick, curly hair to get their hair done quickly, with healthy treatments. The Paralee Boyd is projected to have 20 locations within two years and 100 locations within five years. “Support this podcast with small monthly donations to help keep this podcast going.” --> https://anchor.fm/bbnp/support Support the podcast with your T-Shirt purchase. --> https://beautybusinessnetwork.com/ Connect with Brandi: https://www.instagram.com/iambranditaylor https://www.facebook.com/IamBrandiTaylor Email: email@example.com Website: businessbeautynetwork.com Book a free Beauty Pro Discovery Call: https://beautybusinessnetworkpodcast.as.me/dc https://businessbeautynetwork.vipmembervault.com/ Get Your Free Ebook- Affirmations For Beauty Pros: https://mailchi.mp/xquisitelooks/affirmation-e-book-freebie Quote: “To be successful, you must be willing to do the things today others won't do in order to have the things tomorrow others won't have.” — Les Brown Connect with Paralee Boyd: @ParaleeBoyd - Intagram @iamdanawhite - Instagram https://www.paraleeboyd.com/ Sponsored By Coleman Tax: https://www.colemantaxllc.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bbnp/support
For this week's episode, we're going international with my good friend and special guest Adrienne Waller! In our conversation, Adrienne goes in depth about life as a Black woman expat and international educator, the founding of Worldwide Educator, how teaching abroad has impacted her educational practice and worldview, why more educators should tap into Clubhouse, and much more! To learn more about Adrienne's work, you can visit her company's website at worldwideeducator.org or follow her on Instagram (@worldwideeducator) and Twitter (@worldwideeduc8r) BIO: Adrienne Waller is originally from Metro-Detroit, Michigan, USA. She studied at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor for undergraduate studies with a concentration in Organizational Studies and Sociology. She received her masters for National Louis University in Elementary Education with a concentration in Special Education. Adrienne has been in education for 15 years doing parent involvement work, teaching and leadership; serving in public, private and charter schools in the US, Qatar and China. Her leadership learning includes earning a Cambridge Leadership Certificate, Michigan School Administrator's Certificate (August 2021) and a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Certificate. Matched with her leadership qualifications is a teaching certificate in Illinois for Elementary Education, Special Education, Middle School Social Studies and Middle School Math. Adrienne is the owner of Worldwide Educator, LLC an education consulting company focused on empowering educators to own their instructional genius while activating students. She has worked with educators across the country and the world in a variety of topics including but not limited to Differentiated Instruction, Student Centered Learning and Effective English Language Arts Instruction. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/identitytalk4educators/support
I'm so excited to be talking with Stephanie Simbari and Elizabeth Kott, hosts of That's So Retrograde, a podcast that helps listeners to build their own wellness toolkit through their interviews of thought leaders in health and beyond. Stephanie and Elizabeth bring their experience on the wellness journey - as podcast hosts and amazing humans - to talk about their journey in finding their own intuition about what's best for them amongst all the opinions of various health and wellness gurus. We also get into talking through the harms of toxic positivity and spiritual bypassing, the importance of self-talk and taking action on micro habits, and why sometimes we need to visit the darkness first before finding the light. Join us as we talk it all through and have some great laughs along the way! A truth teller with a knack for direct communication, Stephanie Simbari is the comedic backbone of That's So Retrograde. An Italian Jew from New York, and a born seeker, she performed for the better part of a decade as a stand up comic; exploring her personal truth and oversharing about it for laughs. She's got a big mouth and a soft heart and as a writer Stephanie has a unique voice with a penchant for infusing consciousness into humor while exposing deep life truths. Fans got to know her as a standout in Funny Girls on Oxygen as well as appearances on Comedy Central's @midnight, Showtime's White Famous, Here + Now on HBO. Raised in Metro Detroit and a graduate of Michigan State University, Elizabeth spent her 20s building an impressive career in fashion and PR: conceptualizing and running Rachel Zoe's The Zoe Report, founding online consignment business, Closet Rich, while styling, creative directing and consulting for a multitude of brands. With a passion for turning ideas into things, it was her evolving interests that led her to merge podcasting and wellness 7 years ago, with listeners instantly connecting with her discerning tastes and specific brand of candid relatability. A true explorer in the space, Elizabeth spends a great deal of her spare time in research mode: discovering emerging trends, practitioners, products and brands in wellness. You can find out more by following Stephanie on Instagram @ssimbari and Elizabeth on Instagram @elizabethkott. Also, don't forget to check out their amazing podcast That's So Retrograde! I'm obsessed with knowing all about you, so please follow (and DM!) me on Instagram and Facebook and find more on my website. We're in this together and the journey is going to be so awesome. Produced by Dear Media
Nirvana's Nevermind baby is being a baby, FBI raids Detroit City Hall, Gary Graff joins us, OnlyFans relents, R Kelly's 'nephew', Stars Are Just Like Us, attractive murderers, and we're moving to Ecuador.Rock music's best rhythm sections.The Nirvana baby is suing Nirvana for sexual exploitation. Shut up, baby d**k.The Detroit Tigers lost in extra innings, but are better than the Baltimore Orioles.Steph Curry's parents are having sex with everybody except each other.Rachel Nichols is out at ESPN. Stephen A. Smith kicks Max Kellerman off of First Take. After all, he did do I.T. work for the mafia.Trudi hates Mike Richards of Jeopardy! more than Hall & Oates.Gary Graff joins us to eulogize Charlie Watts, explain the Nirvana baby debacle, COVID vs concerts, and recap some Beatles thing Drew's super pumped about.RIP Aaliyah... 20 years ago.R Kelly trial highlights continue to roll in. Who the hell is nephew? Free R Kelly is a thing now.Scott Peterson is back in court which leads us to our favorite game: Which Killer Would Trudi Rather NailTravis Scott and Kylie Jenner bought their brat a school bus.Another 'Storm of the Century' has many in Metro Detroit without power... Again.The FBI raided Detroit City Hall and the homes of some of the Council members. Good luck, ML.COVID: Ford employees won't be back to the office until at least 2022. Oakland County parents are protesting the county's K-12 mask mandate. The military needs to get their COVID shots right... NOW. Delta Airlines will dock their unvaccinated employees $200/month.OnlyFans pulls a 180° and will keep porn.Ron Jeremy has been indicted and the charges are insane.College Football: CFB is BACK! The most offensive mascots in college. The 'alliance' is pretending it matters. Jim Harbaugh is a bad football coach. Mike Valenti is (always) aggravated at Beth Mowins.Turns out the condo that collapsed in Florida wasn't built properly. DUH.Stars are still just like us.The Royal Family is happy that the beast, Meghan Markle, didn't come to Prince Philip's funeral. Queen Elizabeth is lawyering up to sue her grandson and that beast, Meghan Markle.Afghanistan is going great. What were Reps Seth Moulton and Peter Meijer sneaking in the country for?Kevin Hart is trying out the talk show game.Britney is still spinning.Kanye West is legally changing his name to Ye. He is currently beefing with Drake.Ron Perelman vs Princeton.Zachary Scott Burton is bad.Suzanne Morphew and her former high school classmate were banging away before she disappeared.Drew wants to move to Manta, Ecuador.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Are you confused about what it means to have a brand? Are you looking to clarify your personal or business brand? Do you want to better understand branding, strategic marketing and putting your brand into action? Our special guest Davaughnu Banks answers these and other questions about brand, strategic marketing and leadership. Davaughnu Banks is the Founder and Chief Marketing Consultant of Envision Brand Marketing, the business model of which is DREAM.PURPOSE.ACTION.® He brings over 20 years of experience as an accomplished strategic marketing and advertising professional. He also has a passion and collaborative hands-on servant-leadership style that has enabled him to plan and execute award-winning marketing solutions for small, medium-sized, and Fortune 500 companies. Davaughnu's enjoyed working with a lot of great brand partners such as Ford, Hilton Worldwide, White Castle, Bosch, Great Lakes Coffee, The Shops @ Rockvale, General Motors, Compuware, Warrior Sports, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, and many more. Originally born in Toronto, Canada and then raised in Windsor, Canada, Davaughnu now lives in the Metro-Detroit area with his wife Liz and their two teenage sons. The Leadership Junkies Podcast is brought to you by Cardivera.com. Show Notes Episode highlights… Understanding brand and brand strategy What it means to dream relative to your brand The role of purpose in your brand The critical need to turn your brand strategy into action Aligning your execution with your strategy and brand Brand and marketing strategy is about your long-term business strategy (not your short-term sales desires) Connecting brand perception with value The importance of staying in your brand lane Staying within your mission, values, pillars, and evolve with your customer as their needs change Branding and marketing strategy processes apply to any size business (only the scale changes) Where to start with your brand and marketing strategy Importance of educating your team around the brand Understanding the difference between your brand versus your visuals and taglines A brand hot seat and case study Where to start when considering your brand Role of perception in branding and marketing Critical role of stories and storytelling in branding and marketing Targeting your brand and message to people's wants Leadership lessons from the movie Remember the Titans Resources: Davaughnu Banks Envision Brand Marketing Website The Leadership Junkies Podcast Cardivera Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Eli Bashi joins the Motor City Hoops Podcast for ep. 46. Eli was born and raised in Metro Detroit and has been a lifelong fan and supporter of the Pistons (and all Detroit teams) while also being a contributor at PistonPowered. I start off the episode by getting Eli's thoughts and opinions on the Pistons off-season as a whole. BUT we didn't just talk about the Detroit off-season, for the first time this summer I started taking a look forward to the 2021-2022 season. Eli and I give our thoughts and analysis on how Troy Weaver trims the roster to 15, who starts, who is in the rotation off the bench and Eli even gives his Pistons Eastern Conference finish and record at the end of the episode. As I do with every episode, we finish off by going Around the NBA. On this episode we had the pleasure of getting to discuss Eli's “way too early 2021-2022 NBA standings” with record predictions.
Craig's guest is Paul Eisenstein, Publisher of TheDetroitBureau.com. The two discuss recent lengthy power outages for tens of thousands of Metro Detroit residents, and whether or not the uncertainty about the reliability of the local electric grid may impact people's faith in emerging electric vehicle technology. Will the government's push for electric vehicles force utilities to upgrade the existing infrastructure? Also, the two discuss how the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has begun an investigation into EV pioneer Tesla's "Automatic Pilot" systems, which have now been linked to a series of accidents.
We have had a lot of bad weather lately in Metro Detroit. It's resulted in flooding, power outages, and wind damage. So what to do? Brian Thomas and Justin Miller of Paul Davis restoration join Jer to talk about dealing with flood damage, how to minimize your chances of power outages, dealing with mold, and more. It's pack full of tips and information on what you can do yourself to deal with everything and when you should consider calling a pro. If you want more info on our property restoration guests: https://east-michigan.pauldavis.com/ 25:10 Then, three things you should know today. Former Representative Paul Mitchell has died. East Jefferson Avenue in Detroit is being resurfaced And Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is reopening the doors on COVID shots - this time for third doses for immunocompromised residents. Thanks to our members for supporting the show! We hit our summer goal. If you'd like to join our three great new members: http://www.patreon.com/dailydetroit
August 13, 2021 ~ The DTE Electric President and Chief Operating Officer tells Paul crews are working hard around Metro Detroit to get the power back on and they are also continuing to trim trees, update the equipment and bury lines underground.
Today: The city of Detroit's population is now 639,111 - a drop of 10.5% and far below what Census estimates had said. 800,000 in Metro Detroit without power and it will be days until it's restored. A Coca-Cola bottling plant is closing on West Warren and the operations moving to Grand Rapids. The Michigan Restaurant and Lodging Association has a new survey out showing how bad the labor shortage is for them. Man About Town Devon O'Reilly checked out Supergeil and shares his thoughts and recommendations. The Detroit Historical Museum has a special event this Sunday, "Body by Fisher." Remember we're wherever fine podcasts are found and that we're supported by our members at http://www.patreon.com/dailydetroit
Show was delayed due to lack of power, but once we got the batteries plugged in, we were good to go. Our stories: 410k Metro Detroit houses were out of power in a snap thanks to a harsh thunderstorm that cause a lot of damage Wednesday. COVID cases have almost doubled in the city of Detroit and the city has strongly encourage indoor mask wearing. The city has a low vaccination rate. Statewide, we're pushing 1400 cases a day. Schools are going in all different directions, which is worrisome as the Delta variant impact children far more than Alpha did. Howe's Bayou in Ferndale is closed until further notice for lack of staff, and Eater Detroit reports that Noodletopia has a robot server that acts like a cat. Lear is going into the old Cadillac Stamping plant site on Detroit's east side. The QLINE Streetcar returns to service in late September with promises to change. The suburban bus system SMART has a new General Manager, who served in Cincinnati and a number of other cities. Detroit's O'Hair Park was rededicated after $2 million in improvements. Jer also gives you a little Detroit history. And finally - Smokey Bones is coming to Shelby Township. They call themselves "The Master of Meat." Are they? Have you been to one? We need intel! A reminder we're on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and wherever fine podcasts are found. Also, thanks to our members on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/dailydetroit for keeping this thing going.
August 9, 2021 ~ The Crain's Detroit Business Executive Editor kicks off Monday with Paul talking about the top stories of the week including word that the extension of the eviction moratorium is tough on Metro Detroit landlords.
For the first time in 16 months, Man about town Devon O'Reilly is in studio to help talk about some interesting stories around town and highlight things to check out this weekend. Stories: COVID numbers are up in Metro Detroit: https://covidactnow.org/us/metro/detroit-warren-dearborn_mi/?s=21421067 Rocket Companies says employees need to be vaccinated or submit to weekly COVID tests Smalls in Hamtramck, Magic Bag in Ferndale and Marble Bar in Detroit are leading the pack with requiring vaccination or proof of a negative test to enter. Is this the way of the future? Will what part of town the bar is in play a role in this? Townhouse is reopening with a new look. Devon talked with the owner and here's pics: https://www.facebook.com/townhousedetroit/posts/4815531851806846 Jer waxes about the wax at Spotlite Detroit. It's at 2905 Beaufait Street. https://www.spotlitedetroit.com/ plus pictures on our Instagram, http://www.instagram.com/dailydetroit The Detroit Smart Parking Lab is opening up on West Lafayette, in West Riverfront between Corktown and downtown. It's a neat thing that Devon gets into what exactly it is. But what you don't say is that it's in Corktown Shores. That doesn't exist. The First Lady of Detroit Techno has died, K-Hand or Kelli Hand. Then we get into fun things around town: The Motor City Car Crawl is this weekend downtown. It's no auto show, but you'll be able to get your outdoor new car thing going if you're interested. https://naias.com/motor-city-car-crawl The Hamtramck Music Festival is this weekend: http://2021.hamtramckmusicfest.com/ Detroit City FC opens their season at Keyworth Saturday (preview tomorrow with Fletcher on the show): https://tickets.detcityfc.com/events/dcfc-mens-80721 And for future weeks, check out the Grand Circus Bourbon Party is every Thursday.
Although cases are lower than areas right now, the path isn't looking good. Soon we'll be in another COVID outbreak - along with hospitalizations - thanks to the Delta variant and a high percentage of unvaccinated people who are vulnerable to getting catastrophically sick. With just 40 percent of city residents vaccinated and less than half of state of Michigan citizens, we're in for a rough time with the Delta variant that spreads faster. To help get us ready, educator and nurse John Campbell joins me from the U.K. He has a popular YouTube channel that I've been following this whole pandemic for science-based, smart and practical knowledge about what's happening in the world. And as the Delta variant has spread around the world first, I thought it important to get international perspective. After all, the cases and positive test rates are rising fast here in Metro Detroit. In Michigan last week, 10 counties qualified under CDC guidance as high-transmission areas. Now, 31 do, including Oakland and Macomb. The respected nurse and academic has a doctorate focused on the development of open learning resources for nurses nationally and internationally. He's very good at helping things make sense. You can find his channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF9IOB2TExg3QIBupFtBDxg Support our show, members are crucial to keeping us on the air: http://www.patreon.com/dailydetroit
A recent article in the Detroit News introduces information that some of the area-wide flooding that hit Metro Detroit in late June could have ties back to the 811, excavation, and utility damage prevention process. We'll discuss some of what the article says, and how it serves as a reminder of the importance of the 811 process for all stakeholders.
A recent article in the Detroit News introduces information that some of the area-wide flooding that hit Metro Detroit in late June could have ties back to the 811, excavation, and utility damage prevention process. We'll discuss some of what the article says, and how it serves as a reminder of the importance of the 811 process for all stakeholders.
We cover seven stories to know around town from rising COVID cases to new developments to things to go check out in the next few days. - COVID cases are on the rise as the Delta variant spreads - Ford confirms their ION battery park and is making progress in the electric market - DT Midstream puts their HQ in the Ally building in downtown Detroit - A row of 12 townhouse units on Porter street in Detroit get new life, with some being set as affordable units. The building was built in about 1917. Also, Clark Park is getting $3.3 million in improvements. - The Special Olympics Unified Cup is coming to Keyworth in 2022 - Rendezvous du Detroit is this weekend at Fort Wayne. More here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/le-rendez-vous-du-detroit-tickets-160324822861 - On Tuesday is a pop up at Soho in downtown Ferndale for Delray Barbecue. That's Engineer Randy's pick. https://www.facebook.com/events/4032432490199930 p.s. - Heads up that this one will sound a little bit different because Jer's recording went bad. So we used a backup mic. Still totally audible but it sounds like he's on the phone. Apologies.
WWJ's Jason Scott and Roberta Jasina have your Thursday morning news briefs including an update on the severe weather that was possible for Metro Detroit. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
July28, 2021 ~ Full Show. Guest Host Chris Renwick talks with Macomb County Public Works Commissioner Candace Miller about how Great Lakes Water Authority CEO Sue McCormick plans to step down following weeks of severe flooding that damaged homes and roadways in Metro Detroit. Senior News Analyst Marie Osborne reports on researchers found that about 10% of the Detroit's population is "triple burdened” (residents face higher than average rates of poverty, housing cost burden and incomplete plumbing). Ingham County Sheriff Scott Wriggelsworth talks with Chris about Ingham County Prosecutor Carol Siemon announcing end of charging crimes resulting from non-public safety traffic stops and heightened scrutiny of all traffic stops. Founder and CEO of Harbor Strategic Public Affairs John Sellek on how GOP strategists say efforts to recall Gov. Whitmer have backfired, allowing her to shatter fundraising records. Senior new Analyst Lloyd Jackson reports on Detroit City Councilman Andre Spivey and an unnamed worker on his staff accepted more than $35,000 in bribery payments from 2016 to 2020.
Metro Detroiters are demanding answers for catastrophic flooding this summer that swamped basements, filled streets, and destroyed property. Yes, climate change is definitely feeding into this. But there's also a lot to say about Metro Detroit's water and sewer systems. Today on the pod, we dig into why these systems are failing more often—and who should pay for upgrades to make them more resilient. GUESTS: Joey Horan, freelance reporter with Outlier Media You can read Joey's Planet Detroit piece on Detroit's drainage fees here. Nick Leonard, executive director of the Great Lakes Environmental Law Center Looking for more conversations from Stateside? Right this way. If you like what you hear on the pod, consider supporting our work. Stateside's theme music is by 14KT. Additional music by Blue Dot Sessions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
House Party at the Mazawey's, Metro Detroit floods again, Space Jam: A New Legacy reviews, Britney's weekend Instagram meltdown, Drew Crime, Jim Irsay's memorabilia, and Lyla!'s triple secret probation.We're Marc-less today. Miss you
On this episode of the Growing with Purpose podcast, host Paul Spiegelman talks with Drew Patrick, owner and CEO of Skidmore Studio in Detroit, Michigan. In March 2020, Drew also founded Michigan Fields, an online specialty market that delivers the best of Michigan food and beverage directly to Metro Detroit homes. Drew's story is one of passion, resilience, and a feeling that all entrepreneurs can identify with: shit happens. On this episode, Paul sits down with Drew to delve into his winding road into entrepreneurship, which culminated in him becoming the owner of Skidmore Studio under the worst of all possible circumstances: the owner — and Drew's personal friend — Tim Smith passed away suddenly in 2018. Not only that, Tim passed away shortly after Drew told Tim that he planned to leave the company. But the soul of Skidmore — its people and values — kept Drew on board, as he recommitted himself to a company that has been part of the creative fabric of Detroit for decades. In this episode, listen along as Paul and Drew explore some of the most pivotal moments of Drew's career, from the year when Skidmore lost 70% of its revenue in a matter of 3 weeks, to the change of heart that led to Drew taking the reins of a company he planned to leave. You'll also hear why (and how) Drew started a brand-new company at the height of the pandemic — and it actually succeeded.
#NonprofitSpotlight: More Than a Bus (www.morethanabus.org) Executive Director Jennifer Miller is featured, and she shares how they are "Impacting the needs of the hurting by bringing hope into cities where hunger and homelessness exists." She also unpacks the More Than a Bus story and offers insights about serving those in need around Metro Detroit. Become a monthly donor: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/caus... Subscribe to the WAVEcast podcast on all major podcast providers. https://www.waveproject.org/wavecast 2021 WAVE Project. All rights reserved.
Seven stories to know around town, plus Devon stops by to preview what he's been working on at the Detroit Policy Conference. - There's a new contract between the city of Detroit and the Firefighters Association. It comes with raises and changes. - A former Macomb County Prosecutor is facing 10 felony charges and the preliminary exam started today - A boutique in Auburn Hills is in hot water after what their Vice President said in an email to a job applicant - There's a setback for advancing LGBTQ+ protections in Michigan, already ranked one of the least welcoming for that community - Trinity Health will be mandating vaccinations for their employees and contractors Fun things to do: - The Taylor Summer Fest is this weekend: http://www.taylorfestival.com/437/Taylor-Summer-Festival - And join a barchaelogist guiding a speakeasies and scofflaws tour: https://thedetroitbus.com/product/scofflaws-and-speakeasies-the-detroit-prohibition-history-tour/ Plus Devon O'Reilly joins me at the end of the show to preview the Detroit Policy Conference. I'll be there, too if you happen to be there and want to say hi. https://www.detroitchamber.com/dpc/ Thanks to our newest member, Jonathan. Support us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/dailydetroit Talk with you Monday!
Love is dead, Subway is dead & Jared complicit, Oakland Hills caddie chaos, Drew v. The Tomorrow War, Peace & Love, road rage all over Metro Detroit, and we check in with Neighbor Marcus.It's Ringo's 81st birthday. Peace and Love ™.Maria Taylor wants Stephen A Smith money. Nice place of employment, ESPN. LeBron James' advisor is sick of BLM and Me Too.Gen X was trending this weekend, but no one know why.Some Gen Z'ers had to Ask Amy how to handle their 70-year-old neighbor.Drew tells the fascinating story of the basketball playing Van Arsdale twins.ROAD RAGE: A road rage incident in Troy led to the death of a Detroit Lt. firefighter. A wheelchair-bound man was hit by a Jaguar. People can't stop crashing into Detroit houses.Keith Appling is somehow in MORE trouble and really likes to shoot guns.Subway Woes: Subway is failing. Their tuna is fake. Their founder is a creep. Their most popular spokesperson in history is a pedophile that they knew about.Former Detroit Police Chief, James Craig, had a practice political speech while Mike Cox is considering a run for Governor.Justin Rose bails on TV for "long-form-feel-good" stories.It looks like baby Phil Mickelson is NEVER coming back to Michigan.Caddie chaos at Oakland Hills Country Club.Detroit's soccer team won a championship despite not scoring any goals themselves.Drew hates The Tomorrow War.Bill Cosby is making a comeback! Judge Joe Brown has his back.The Wonder Years returns.MUSIC: Paul McCartney has too many documentaries. The biggest albums of today are from 50 years ago. We check out the Billboard 200. Drew likes this Stevie Wonder Beatles cover. The Harlem Culture Festival was Woodstock for Blacks.Marcus checks in to give us an update on 97.1's power situation, an update on BranDon's plants and to recap the Tigers game.Love is dead. Andy Dick and Elisa Jordana have broken up. We check in with the brokenhearted podcast host. She lets us know that Detroit comedian, Mike Young, hooked up with her.Check out Britney Spears' nude back. Kim K is being drafted to help.A-Rod is the star of this celebrity party.Adventureland Park in Iowa is the new Action Park.Men don't have friends anymore... unless you count their kids.Don't steal COVID-19 relief money.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
In this hour Stephen Henderson speaks with Dr. Robert Goodspeed about the end of the CDC's moratorium on evictions and what that means for people experiencing housing insecurity in Michigan. Plus, Orlando Bailey joins Henderson to talk about what he's been hearing from residents on Detroit's east side in the weeks following the historic flooding that swept through metro Detroit.
Jesse Cole is the COO (Chief Obedience Officer) of Kingdom Mogul Coaching. A coaching & consulting company that helps kingdom business leaders grow their faith as they grow their business. He also the author of 4 books: including Activate and Walk Like a King. Jesse helps people cultivate his clients' experiences, uncover transformational principles that are hidden beneath the surface, and convert those principles into a message his clients can actually monetize. He resides in the Metro-Detroit area with his wife, Shaleena, and two children, Dean and Nya. To find out more about Jesse and his ministry, visit him at http://KingdomMogulCoaching.com ------------------- The Real Men Check In is a quick way to help you start your week off on the right foot, in the right way - as a husband, father, and leader. Every Monday, Joe Martin shares personal insights, encouragement, and support that will move you beyond “church” to “real change.” To make sure you don't miss a Check-In or interview episode, make sure you "Stay Connected" by signing up for updates and our Man-to-Man eNewsletter at http://www.RealMenConnect.com Also, help us transform the lives of even MORE MEN for God's glory by leaving us a helpful REVIEW on iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/rmcpodcast and SHARING this podcast with your friends. Are you stuck? Want to go to the next level in your marriage, career, business, or ministry? Then maybe it's time you got a coach. ALL CHAMPIONS have one. Let me coach you to help you strengthen your faith, improve your marriage, spiritually lead your family, achieve more, balance your time, grow your ministry, or even stop an addiction. Click here for details: http://www.RMCfree.com Also join us on: Join the Real Men 300: http://www.RealMen300.com Facebook Group: http://www.realmenuniversity.com/ Facebook: @realdrjoemartin YouTube: http://www.RealMenTraining.com Instagram: @realdrjoemartin Twitter: @professormartin
Wayne State University professor and Chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Bill Shuster talks about the massive flooding over the weekend in SE Michigan. And Washington Post reporter Libby Casey gives an update on the federal infrastructure deal.
Tour de France v. cardboard, Detroit floods AGAIN, Britney Spears silence breaking, Chicago Blackhawks scandal, Scottie Pippen v. Phil Jackson, RIP Ron Miscavige, and a Maz check in over a possible error he made.Flood Watch 2021: Flooding has come to the Metro Detroit area and everybody has seemingly forgotten about August 14th, 2015 despite #NeverForget. BranDon tried make it all about his pink room. Nicole is the greatest TV news woman-on-the-street. This Clinton Twp police officer is totally aware the camera is rolling as he heroically saves an 82-year-old flood victim... plus he's BranDon's friend.Written by BranDon: Soccer has it's highest-scoring day in history. Like 6 goals or something, I wasn't paying attention. Corrected by Marc: Euro 2020 has been nonstop action. Today was no different as both games went into extra time. More goals were scored in both games than any Detroit Tigers game this weekend. The Tour de France was foiled by cardboard. Toughen up, cyclists.Scottie Pippen declares Phil Jackson a racist because he was a baby over Toni Kukoc making the game winning shot.Chauncey Billups and Jason Kidd are off to new gigs... but some people think they shouldn't get jobs because of their 'questionable' past.Tom Mazawey has announced a new gift card winner for Legacy. Problem is, we have no idea if Tom has the correct gift card. Meijer or Kroger?The Chicago Blackhawks are the new Michigan/Penn State/Catholic Church with their own sexual assault scandal.Sean Lowe has Chris Harrison's back. The ratings are awful leading to a possible civil war in bachelor nation.Tom Mazawey joins the show to discuss his flood woes, discuss his AT&T woes, make excuses for his Kroger/Meijer debacle, give his take on Pippen vs Jackson, give an A-Rod/JLo update and BLAST woke Twitter.Gwen Berry doesn't like America so she should GET OUT. The White House has her back.James Corden is in trouble for being insensitive... to Asian food. His apology is not enough.Britney Watch: Britney FINALLY got to go to Hawaii. Jamie Spears is living in a camper. Jamie Lynn Spears has broken her silence. Not to be outdone, Chris Crocker makes it all about HIM.Royal Bullshit: Netflix is finally disappointed in Meghan and Harry (like everybody else). Harry LIED about getting cut off. Meghan Markle is a 'bloody woman'.Hilarious Baldwin hasn't learned any lessons about cultural appropriation. Alec is still nailing her and she wants you to know it.Megan Fox wants you to know that she loves having sex with chicks too. #PrideMonthMadonna showed off her boobs in a room full of urine filled cups.RIP Rosie O'Grady's.The building collapse stories keep getting worse and worse in Florida.Trudi is recovering well. Thank you for all the well wishes.Ron Miscavige has died. Enjoy an encore of out September, 2020 interview with him as you look in a full length mirror and say "I was wrong".Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Parts of Metro Detroit got as much rain in five hours as they'd normally get in two months, overwhelming our aging sewer and drainage system. I-94, as of this recording, is still flooded. The Fisher Building sits dark without power due to a substation being out. Thousands of basements were filled with water, and countless personal items lost across Detroit, Dearborn, the Grosse Pointes, and elsewhere. There's a lot to this story, and with such a catastrophic failure, there's no one answer. But a big part of this is climate change. Our infrastructure, in some cases built as much as a century ago, wasn't designed for this new climate we find ourselves in today. So not only do we need to update our aging infrastructure, to help stop this happening again we need to think better. And do that, we need to understand climate change and how it plays into everything and why organizations like the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department as well as residents need to be aware of it and prepare for it. To give us a bigger lens, Sheril Kirshenbaum. She's a scientist who through her work at Michigan State University, PBS, and other places helps increase the understanding of science and improve communication between scientists, policymakers and the public. She's also the co-author of Unscientific America: How Scientific Illiteracy Threatens our Future. We're gonna talk about not just the flooding, but how it all works together. Our food. Our health and safety. Economy. And that not all hope is lost, but action is needed. Listeners have been asking for ways to help. Here's a link to volunteer with the City of Detroit to clean out the basements of the elderly and disabled. The city will provide protective gear: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/4a7bc7eb369b41f9a0edd71d63c0cbb6 Here's a link to Sheri's work: http://sherilkirshenbaum.com And her Twitter: https://twitter.com/Sheril_ Of course, thanks to our members who make this show possible. Thanks to Erin and James who signed up over the break: http://www.patreon.com/dailydetroit
Carly Collura is a female powerhouse vocalist and songwriter from the Metro-Detroit area. Born and raised in Michigan, it was apparent at a very early age that Carly was meant to be an entertainer. Her journey began at the young age of 3 when she started dancing, modeling, and acting in church plays, but her true love and passion was for singing. She performed at festivals, benefits, parties, retirement homes, and placed in numerous karaoke and vocal competitions, including the Michigan State Fair, where she won first place at just 4 years old. Carly went on to take formal vocal training to improve her breathing techniques, vocal range and stamina. In 2013, she joined her first live band, Kemical Punkch, and performed in Detroit casinos. In July of 2017, Carly moved to Nashville to continue pursuing her music career as a solo artist. In June 2018, she landed the number 9 spot on the iTunes Pre-Order Chart in the country genre for her highly anticipated country-rock-pop EP, "Motor City Meets Music City", which reached the 30th spot on the charts the day of its release. In August 2019, Carly released her first music video for her song “Runnin' Underwater”, which was filmed by FlyHi Films. Needless to say, 2020 was a year that no one could have predicted. Despite its challenges and events being cancelled left and right, it wasn't a complete wash for Carly. In August, Carly released her rock inspired heartbreak anthem "Break My Heart", which is available on all digital platforms! With her love of performing being priority, Carly continues to focus on booking live shows as well as writing new material for her next project. PODCAST ‘Outstanding Life' HOST The Motivational Cowboy - Johnny D. (John Dmytryszyn) WEBSITE https://www.MotivationalCowboy.com/podcast/ SOUNDCLOUD PODCAST https://soundcloud.com/outstandinglifepodcast iTUNES APPLE PODCAST https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/outstanding-life-with-the-motivational-cowboy/id1410576520?mt=2 SPOTIFY PODCAST https://open.spotify.com/show/4OFNmM9Rv9jNA0gQMPv8XU STITCHER https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=389557&refid=stpr YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tttQkLT7SfE&list=PL1Jmeb31MqLiNLxcnufzmCCca3HGH20Rj&index=2&t=0s SUPPORT with PAYPAL https://www.paypal.me/motivationalcowboy LISTEN for FREE to ‘Outstanding Life' PODCAST with Johnny D. the Motivational Cowboy on iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher, YouTube & other major platforms and stations. Now with Over 1 Million Listeners! Motivational Speaker, John Dmytryszyn (Johnny D) has developed a strong brand as “The Motivational Cowboy”. He impacts audiences across the country with his message of “Living the Outstanding Life”, helping to change lives by reshaping thoughts about Image, Attitude, Focus and Consistency. His podcast is the latest in a long list of platforms that allows him to reach people. Among his most notable accomplishments is a 2nd Grammy consideration for his recently released spoken word CD “Time to Stand Out!”. https://www.MotivationalCowboy.com
Lainey and Brody thank and plank from Metro-Detroit. WORKING HARD w/Lainey TRUTH-TELLING w/Lainey GENERATING ENERGY w/Lainey MINIMIZING w/Brody TRANSCRIPT: ZAK: You know me. I'm a sucker for a good morning routine and also the sound of children's voices. So today is a perfect storm of an episode. BRODY: I'm Brody and I'm 10 years-old. LAINEY: I'm Lainey and I'm 7 years-old. ZAK: And my niece and nephew, Lainey and Brody whom you've heard on the show before have this excellent morning routine. It's called Thanking and Planking. BRODY: It started off where we just started every morning doing a little workout, then my dad gave me and my sister an idea to start naming three things that we're grateful for everyday. And we call it Planks and Thanks and it's something that we do every other morning sometimes and it's just a little workout and something that shows what we're grateful for. LAINEY: It kind of just like wakes us up. Gets us ready for the day. And shows us how much we should be grateful for all the things we have. ZAK: And how long have you been practicing this morning routine? BRODY: Maybe two, three months probably and yeah, just makes us happy. Makes us really thankful and just happy with what we have. ZAK: Do you find that you come up with new things to be thankful for? LAINEY: Everyday we can't say, I'm thankful for my couch. I'm thankful for my couch. I'm thankful for my food. I'm thankful for my...we need to see how many things we have and be grateful for everything that we have.
Bryson DeChambeau sits down with Sully and Bogey at Detroit Golf Club. They discussed how the Rocket Classic helped put him on the map last year, and also dove into a conversation about how much Bryson likes Michigan golf. As always, thank you for listening! Please make sure to Rate, Share and Subscribe. It's the only way we'll all continue to grow. Also don't forget to text MDG to 545454 for special updates and happenings. Our presenting partner is Hall Financial, accompanied by Tri-Covery Massage and Flexibility. This podcast is executively produced by Brand25 Media LLC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.