Pancakes & Politics

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‘Michigan Matters’ Pancakes And Politics 2013 Schedule

Learn more about and purchase your tickets for this season’s Pancakes and Politics.

CBS 62–03/06/2013

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Michigan Matters: Pancakes & Politics – Education

This week on Michigan Matters, Carol Cain and the camera crew travel to the Detroit Athletic Club for the final installment of the 2012 Michigan Chronicle’s Pancakes and Politics Forums.

CBS 62–06/25/2012

(Photo: Victoria Araj of Quicken Loans) Hiram Jackson (left) CEO of Real Times Media, Dr. John Covington, Carol Cain and Roy Roberts at the Michigan Chronicle's "Pancakes and Politics" forum on education.

Roy Roberts & John Covington: New Day for Detroit Public Schools

“At the end of the year when we do that final assessment,” Covington said, “I think the community will be surprised at the amount of initial growth of the children.”

CBS 62–06/22/2012

Big-Four-Pancakes

Michigan Matters: Pancakes & Politics: Big Four

This week on Michigan Matters, highlights from the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” session with the Big Four:  Detroit Mayor Dave Bing, Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson, Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano, Macomb County […]

CBS 62–06/04/2012

BIG FOUR DETROIT ECONOMIC CLUB

Michigan Matters: Pancakes & Politics With The Big Four

This week on Michigan Matters, highlights from the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” session with the Big Four:  Detroit Mayor Dave Bing, Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson, Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano, Macomb County […]

05/25/2012

Big Four

‘Big Four’ Talk Crime, Cooperation On Pancakes Panel

What’s the number one issue facing Detroit right now? Mayor Dave Bing says that, next to the city’s financial crisis, it’s clearly crime.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/18/2012

Michigan Chronicle's Pancakes & Politics Urban Revitalization: Strengthening Our Core

Michigan Matters: Highlights From Pancakes & Politics

What’s ahead for Detroit, Grand Rapids, Pontiac and other urban cities in Michigan? Find out on a special “Michigan Matters: Pancakes and Politics.”

CBS 62–05/08/2012

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What’s In The Future For Detroit?

The panelists agreed cities offer advantages like cultural institutions that young creative types crave and cool urban environments.

CBS 62–05/06/2012

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‘Pancakes And Politics’ Tackles Urban Redevelopment

When it comes to urban revitalization, collaborate or die. That was the word from four experts Thursday morning in the latest installment of the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” series.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/26/2012

Carol Cain Pancakes & Politics

Pancakes & Politics: Spotlight On Cities As Engines For Growth

It will be talk of urban cities as economic catalysts as well as what the east side and west side of the state can learn from each other that will dominate the next “Pancakes and Politics” this Thursday at the Detroit Athletic Club.

CBS 62–04/23/2012

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