Metro Detroit’s thriving cultural scene is explored in weekly podcast produced by the Detroit Free Press and hosted by Rob St. Mary.
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Detours #64: Final episode ... for now, at least
With host Rob St. Mary needing to focus on other aspects of his professional life, the Free Press is putting the "Detours" podcast on indefinite hiatus.
St. Mary and Free Press arts & entertainment editor Steve Byrne say sayonara and reflect a bit on the ride that was.
Detours #63: Joel "Fluent" Green, Lo&Behold Records, N'Namdi Contemporary Arts Center
This week Rob St. Mary and guest co-host, poet & performer, Joel "Fluent" Greene head to the N'Namdi Contemporary Arts Center in Midtown to catch up with gallery owner/founder George N'Namdi to talk about his 35th anniversary celebration.
Also on the show, Lo & Behold Records in Hamtramck is hosting a community potlatch - a kind of community exchange event for items you no longer need or maybe something you might need - free of charge. Rob talks to the store's founder, Richie Wohlfeil about Sunday's event.
And, the PBS show START UP heads into its fourth season. Rob talks to producer Jenny Feterovich & producer/host Gary Bredow about this Made in Detroit show that has gone international.
Detours #62: Detroit Design Festival, Armageddon Beachparty, Headwrap Expo
Detroit Design Festival kicks off Wednesday offering a wide range of design, art and related activities through Sunday. To get the lowdown, we talk with Jessica Malouf of festival producer Detroit Creative Corridor Center and stop by Detroit Wick, the scent and art shop that's participating in DDF's Eastern Market After Dark event.
Plus: the psychedelic art of Armageddon Beachparty and a preview of the 4th Annual Headwrap Expo in Dearborn.
I love this podcast! Great interviews with interesting people, and info about lots of Detroit area arts and culture.
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