Veteran Detroit Broadcast, Alisa Zee and other news-makers discuss the latest COVID-19 information and election-related news on this full edition of the Oakland County Megacast!
Tracy Chirikas, community Relations Manager at the Alliance of Coalitions for Healthy Communities, joins the show to talk about providing support for people who are afflicted with substance misuse over the holidays and was society emerges out of the pandemic.
The Pink Fund Founder, Molly MacDonald, discusses her journey from suffering from the financial impacts of breast cancer to founding an organization that help relieve the financial worries of those who are fighting cancer themselves.
Bud and Breakfast CEO, Sean Roby joins the show to talk about the growth of Michigan’s “cannabis tourism” industry.
Steve Ketcham, Young Adult Librarian and the West Bloomfield Township Public Library, talks about upcoming programs such as the (virtual) summer reading program, as well as events for teens at the library this summer.
Veteran Detroit Broadcast, Alisa Zee, joins the show to talk about her work producing a documentary about her father, Specs Howard and raise funds to tell the story of her legendary father and the iconic media arts school that he created, which she announced will be absorbed by Lawrence Technological University.
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