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Valenti and Foster - Who was to blame for the ejections during the Tiger game Saturday?Do you blame the Tigers or the umpire?
Street Beat: Back To SchoolThis week on Street Beat host Lisa Germani talks to various organizations about education opportunities. First, Attorney Mike Morse talks about his backpack giveaway that gave 32,000 Detroit students new backpacks filled with supplies. Then Heather Ballien, Principal of Great Lakes Cyber Academy, discusses on-line schools and the advantages the present for students with special concerns. Next, Mark Ornstein, CEO of U Prep Schools, talks about the opportunities available for middle and high school students for travel and education. Finally, Angela Bingham, Development Director – Michigan for the United Negro College Fund, talks about scholarship opportunities and their upcoming fundraising walk.
Michigan Matters: John Hope Bryant & Operation Healthy CommunityThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain interviews John Hope Bryant, an entrepreneur, businessman and founder of Operation HOPE who is helping Detroiters understand financial literacy. Then, Dr. Melvyn Rubenfire, a cardiologist at the University of Michigan; and Ron Lockett, the Executive Director of the Northwest Activity Center, discuss their collaboration on Project Healthy Community.
Karsch and Anderson - What did you take away from the Lions preseason game?Is there even anything to take away from it
Mylan Launching Generic Version Of EpiPen; Audio ExcerptMylan says it will make available a generic version of its EpiPen, as criticism mounts over the price of its injectable medicine. The company said Monday that its U.S. subsidiary will put out a generic version of the EpiPen that will have a list price of $300 for a two-pack – about half the current price. It will be available in both 0.15 mg and 0.30 mg strengths.
Donald Trump To Visit Black Church, Tape TV Interview In Detroit; Audio ExcerptIn an effort to reach out to African American voters, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will make his first foray into black churches with a visit to the Great Faith Ministries Church in Detroit on Saturday and reportedly tape an interview with the church's Bishop Wayne T. Jackson.