August 17, 2018. Ben is playing some 90’s alternative music! Come and listen to hear some great throwbacks.
August 17, 2018. Live from downtown Detroit at the Buhl Bar. Lots of things to discuss today. Members of the people’s panel will help Craig to do so. The panel includes Nick Rowley, Andrew Lark, and Tony Fisher. Also, the Friday Follies are back once again. Joining Craig for the Follies are these three: Nancy Kaffer, Ashley Woods, and Nancy Derringer. The best place to help keep you abreast what is going on in the world around you.
August 17, 2018. Ariana Grande breaks down in tears while performing an Aretha Franklin song to open the Jimmy Fallon Show. By the way, Steven Tyler shoved a fan trying to get a selfie on live television. Also, Kwame Kilpatrick announces his divorce from his wife on social media. Can anyone out there confirm if there was a UFO in North Carolina? Probably the most important update of all, Taco Bell is testing some new fries.
August 17, 2018. Special guest host Andy Bisaha joins David in Mason’s absence.
August 17, 2018. Happy Fri-YAY universe! We have confirmation that Aretha Franklin passed away from pancreatic cancer. We are paying tribute to her by playing some beautiful footage of her past performances and glory days during her fantastic career. Also, check out our feel good Fri-YAY video of the week! By the way, the Woodward Dream Cruise is this weekend. Go out, and enjoy yourselves!
August 16, 2018. Opening by talking about the passing of Aretha Franklin. Getting the sad announcement out of the way so Ben can get back to the awesome jams he’s used to playing to lift your spirits!
August 16, 2018. Rabbi Tzvi discusses Kings, prophets, judges, the good and bad and everything in between. Plus our word of the week and trending news.
August 16, 2018. Acclaimed author, Steve Hamilton joins the show today to begin. Talking about his newest book “Dead Man Running” scheduled to release next week. Then, Craig talks about the Traverse City mayor. Also, getting into the situation between President Trump and John Brennan. Finally, sad news to deliver, Aretha Franklin passed away at the age of 76. Beloved from the city of Detroit, her voice heard all around the world. She will be truly missed.