Newsmakers and links: Feb. 18 - 19, 2012




Detroit Free Press:

Detroit needs more Detroiters to volunteer -- and more suburbanites with ideas for improving Detroit. That's the premise of two public forums, both 5-8 p.m., that Detroit City Council President Charles Pugh plans to host this week -- Wednesday in Detroit, when Pugh hopes to recruit hundreds of volunteers; and Thursday in Birmingham, where he plans to ask, "What would it take for you to move to Detroit?"

Full story: City Council President Charles Pugh, radio show host to lead meetings on transforming Detroit (Sun, 2/19)

Central Michigan University will honor broadcaster Dick Enberg, a 1957 alumnus and 1993 inductee into the CMU Athletics Hall of Fame, at halftime of tonight's CMU-Texas A&M-Corpus Christi men's basketball game in McGuirk Arena. Game time is 7 p.m.

Full story: Dick Enberg to be honored at tonight's Central Michigan University basketball game (Sat, 2/18)



Fine Tuning

  • Andy O'Riley, long time morning host for Clear Channel Rock WMRR-FM 101.7 Muskegon, has announced on his Facebook page that he'll be leaving the station for opportunities outside of radio.







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This page contains a single entry by Mike Austerman published on February 18, 2012 12:17 PM.

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