- Clawson: City Under a Pandemic
In the wake of the pandemic, how does a town cope? In the first of a continuing series, One Detroit’s Bill Kubota and Chris Jordan look at the challenges retailers face in the city of Clawson, nestled between Royal Oak and Troy in southeast Oakland County. Before COVID-19 hit, Clawson appeared to be on an upswing. Now come stories of adaptation as businesses there try to survive.
- Detroit Police Chief James Craig talks BLM protests, change and reform
It’s been quite a year for the Detroit Police Department. Several officers were infected with COVID-19 and had to be quarantined. Also, the Black Lives Matter protests have put the department to the test over several weeks. Stephen speaks with Chief Craig about the present situation and the opportunity for change and reform in the future.
- Contactless food & grocery delivery is the future, and it’s happening now in Ann Arbor
The co-founders of Univ. of MI startup, Refraction AI, have been working to meet the challenges of the pandemic when it comes to contactless food delivery. Nolan Finley talks with co-founders, Matthew James Roberson and Ram Vasudevan about the tech behind their autonomous REV-1 and the kinds of applications it could have in the future.
- Don Was All-Star Revue
We close the show with a moment of zen from Concert of Colors 2020—an excerpt from Don Was and the All Star Revue featuring Tosha Owens.