Goodbye Ron Gurdjian Of Tom's Tavern, This Week in DCFC, Dequindre Cut & More
By Daily Detroit
This is your Daily Detroit News Byte for June 18, 2018. - More details have been coming out over the weekend around Ford buying Michigan Central Station in Corktown. - The seating supplier Adient says it’s decided to scrap plans to move its corporate headquarters and 500 employees into the Marquette Building on Congress Street over concerns about the cost of renovation. - The Detroit Greenways Coalition will hold a group bike ride Sunday to create awareness and raise money to build a 26-mile rail-to-trail greenway loop in the city. - Ron Gurdjian, the man who was everything to Tom’s Tavern and beloved to legions of Detroiters near and far, passed away on Sunday night. He was 78. - The Detroit Wing Company has opened its third location inside the MGM Grand Casino hotel on Monday. - Soccer journalist Fletcher Sharpe joins Sven for his weekly segment talking about Detroit City FC and this time around, the World Cup. - And Chef Godwin Ihentuge from Yum Village stops in to talk about what's happening down at the Freight Yard in the Dequindre Cut. It's tasty.