Auto Show To June, Brandstatter Out, Campus Martius Improvements & Hatch Detroit
By Daily Detroit
This is your Daily Detroit News Byte recorded on July 10, 2018. - Right under the deadline for finishing the show, we got word that the Detroit City Council has unanimously voted for a new Cass-Henry Historic District. - The Detroit auto show is moving dates, and now we have a good idea as to when. Multiple media reports say that the show will move from January to June in 2020. - Detroit’s historic Bonstelle Theatre on Woodward Avenue is being decommissioned. - It used to be that Detroit and Michigan were places where black families made progress on home ownership compared to the rest of the country. That’s no longer the case. - Jim Brandstatter’s 31-year run as color commentator for the Detroit Lions comes to an end. - The popular Campus Martius Beach is getting a makeover. - We now have the exact dates the PGA Tour is coming to the city of Detroit in 2019. - What is the largest single event in Michigan? - Good news for eastsiders, as DISH - a popular grab and go Mack Avenue spot among Detroiters, Grosse Pointers and all points east — will be reopening following the death of co-owner Paul Sulek. - MGM Grand Detroit ditches straws - And we have a conversation with Vittoria Katanski and Ashley Hennen of Hatch Detroit about the annual contest that has helped jumpstart some of the notable local names in Detroit's retail scene. Like the show? Don't miss another episode! Subscribe in your favorite podcast app.