The Detroit Tigers will be wearing their baseball gloves in the field this evening when they take on the Seattle Mariners at Comerica Park. And the team is doing its part of make sure Detroiters all have gloves and mittens to keep warm this winter
Actress Erin Cummings’ love affair with the Motor City began when she moved here to film a TV show and continues on with an organization she launched called Mittens For Detroit to collect gloves for those in need.
Texas-born actress Erin Cummings stops by the studio to tell host Carol Cain about her love of Detroit and her charity work for the city.
Cummings — the star who came to town to film a TV show and stuck around because she just can’t enough of the Motor City — doesn’t skip a beat when she’s asked to list her favorite things about Detroit.
It’s always nice to walk into the studios in Farmington Hills and be pleasantly surprised by my favorite celebrity Erin Cummings.
Our very own Jeff Riger got a kiss from Detroit 1-8-7 star Erin Cummings yesterday at Oakland Hills.
“Detroit 1-8-7” star Erin Cummings’s charity is doing so well, she plans to collect more for Detroit next winter.
Cummings says she can’t help but think that the cutbacks in the Michigan film incentives had a role in the canceling of the Detroit based crime drama.
Jeff got the chance to talk with Erin Cummings from Detroit 187 during the Tigers vs. Rangers game.
Matt Dery talked with Erin Cummings from Detroit 187 about the finale of Detroit 187 on Sunday on ABC. Check out the podcast below.