Preserving Detroit History, Preparing for the Holidays and More!|Full Megacast, October 14, 2020

Steve McBride, Owner of Pewabic Pottery, discusses the work of the historic landmark and how it has continued to function and impact the community over the course of the pandemic.

Motor City Brew Tours Owner & Operator, Steve Johnson, talks about continuing the tours as the COVID-19 pandemic also continues onward, when people can expect to take tours again, and what the company is doing to stay involved in the community and be profitable in the meantime.

Wayne Bronner, President & CEO of Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland, joins the show to discuss how he and his team are preparing for the holiday season and adjusting their usual, jolly operation to be COVID-19 safe.

Dr. Jamie Taweel from Grand River Medical Associates provides an update on medical information about COVID-19, the drug treatments for COVID-19 mentioned by major media outlets lately, and re-emphasizes the importance of getting your flu shot.

Rebecca Salminen-Witt, Chief Development and Communications Officer for the Detroit Historical Society, talks about some of the “behind the scenes” work of the historical society in obtaining and preserving pieces of our local history, and details why people should feel safe and comfortable visiting the historical society, re-assured that their operation is doing everything possible to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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