Arts Beats and Eats
The man who made headlines after he was fired because he mistakenly put an obscene tweet on a Chrysler Twitter account has a new job.
Royal Oak police say some of the 1,900 parking tickets issued during a popular Detroit-area summer arts festival will be dismissed.
[photogallerylink id=25378 align=left]Thousands of people have turned out for the Ford Arts, Beats & Eats festival that is set up in Royal Oak for the first time this year.
The big event in Royal Oak rolls on and Jon Witz, Festival director, updates on some issues not exclusively involved with entertainment.
WWJ’s Roberta Jasina didn’t have any problem finding entertainment to talk about this weekend ; Trying to fit it all in in another story.
WWJ Newsradio’s Roberta Jasina reports on the massive sound wave going through out Metro Detroit this Labor Day weekend starting tonight through Sept. 6 2010.
Thousands of people will flock to downtown Royal Oak over the four-day, Labor Day weekend, for Arts, Beats & Eats. The annual event has changed venues from Pontiac to Royal Oak for the 2010 celebration.
SMART is the” green” way to the Arts, Beats and Eats festival this year in downtown Royal Oak! Riding SMART will also, savs you money and you can avoid the hassle of parking.
WWJ’s Technology Editor Matt Roush talks with Tim Smith of Royal Oak-based Skidmore Studio, who designed the Arts, Beats and Eats Festival website.
Arts, Beats and Eats festival-goers will not be allowed to park in Royal Oak neighborhoods. And, if you park illegally, you’ll pay the price.