Pancakes & Politics
Education in Detroit is the topic for Thursday’s “Pancakes and Politics” forum, featuring DPS Emergency Financial Manager Roy Roberts. Listen live online beginning at 8:00 am.
Bing, Ficano, Hackel, and Patterson answer tough questions from “Michigan Matters” host Carol Cain and the audience at the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” Speakers’ Forum.
Speaking before a packed room, Thursday, at a meeting of the “Big Four,” Detroit Mayor Dave Bing reiterated that he does not want a Lansing-appointed Emergency Financial Manager doing his job.
If you can’t make Thursday’s Pancakes & Politics, don’t worry. You can still listen to the discussion featuring “The Big Four” live, beginning at 8:00 am.
The panel discussed the latest efforts to revitalize and repopulate the city of Detroit during the event that took place on Thursday, April 21, 2011 at the Detroit Athletic Club.
If Dan Gilbert has his way there could be dribbling of NBA players again in the Motor City.
What’s the future of Detroit? That’s what some of the city’s top business leaders discussed, Thursday, at the Pancakes & Politics forum at the Detroit Athletic Club.
The event may be sold out, but you can still tune in for Thursday’s Pancakes & Politics, beginning at 7:30 am, for a discussion on “The Future of Detroit.”
Snyder shares his vision for reinventing Michigan and talks budgets, cutbacks, film initiatives, and answers questions from the crowd at the Michigan Chronicle’s 2011 Pancakes & Politics series.
How is Michigan Governor Rick Snyder feeling about things after two months on the job?