Jonathan Pommerville lives in Brightmoor on Detroit’s nortwest side. Some say it’s one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the city. With a cell phone camera and the volunteers of Northwest Brightmoor Renaissance he hopes to clean up his street.
Food truck operators had lots of ideas for items they could create in the team’s honor — from a “mean weenie” to a deep green spinach wrap.
“There was a pothole out here last year that I put a baby doll in because it was so deep.”
With Nick Fairley’s seemingly on the bubble as well, the man said the Lions could soon have “their two front teeth missing.”
The mood was friendly as people bundled up in layers of blankets, sat on folding chairs and chatted amongst themselves about many things, including their love of spicy fare from Buffalo Wild Wings.
Join WWJ for the 4th annual Celebrity Coneys for a Cause at American Coney Island on Wednesday, February 4th, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
A total of 12 witnesses are expected to be called during James VanCallis’ preliminary exam
Detroit was the fourth stop out of five for actor and comedian Chris Rock stopped by the Motown Museum for a photo op.
“This is bad for Michigan consumers and bad for business,” Gold said.
WWJ’s Charlie Langton and co-host Mark Lee spoke about the future of Detroit with Former Detroit City Council Member Ken Cockrel, Karen Dumas and Sandy Baruah, President of the Detroit Regional Chamber.