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The Detroit Lions hold the No. 5 pick in the upcoming 2013 NFL Draft. So, what will they do with that selection?
That's the jumping off point for co-hosts Max DeMara and Chris Burke as they debate the Lions' wants and needs heading into the draft. They'll be joined along the way by Dave BIrkett of the Detroit Free Press, who will hop on to provide his insight into the Lions' plans.
The Detroit News' Tony Paul will join us to discuss the upcoming Detroit Tigers season. Is this the year that the Tigers finally break through and claim their first World Series since 1984?
On our list of conversation topics ...
- Which players might surprise fans this year?
- Who is the biggest threat in the AL Central?
- Was it wise to keep Rick Porcello for the starting rotation?
All that and more as we welcome the 2013 baseball season.
This weeks show we will have our studio loaded up with the Detroit Derby Girls promoting their upcoming Champoionship bout! We'll also be discussing the 2013 calender of races and events that we are registering for and our presense at Detroit Bike City. Make sure you listen and call in for all the fun!
The Detroit Red Wings' chances at a division title appear to be gone already, thanks to Chicago's record-setting start. But does Detroit have enough to keep its playoff streak alive? Co-hosts Chris Burke and Rob Starrs discuss that topic, plus turn their attention to Lakeland for a little Tigers chatter.
Hello to all current & past elected officials on all levels of government.
Hello to all voters thee world over, hello to all city and state workers here in Detroit MI, and world wide.
Hello to thee board of Educations we need to have a sit down.
Hello to all prison owners and thee officials who has power to build schools and refuse too do so.
There is money for building more prisons and NOT A DIME for schools?, come on, that's a joke.
It's tyme to do for self, in a truly different understanding, of thee meaning!
Please welcome Michael Wong of Chinatown Crime Watch.
Chinatown Crime Watch is a CCBA program established in 2005 under the administration of Roman Chan to fight the increasing occurrence of robberies, assaults, and purse snatchings in the Chinatown community.
Under the leadership of Michael Wong and Gilbert Ho, volunteers patrol the streets of Chinatown daily, in snow and rain, armed with nothing but a walkie talkie and a blue Crime Watch vest.
Compared to other programs, the Chinatown Crime Watch program is a great success and is modeled by other community crime watch programs.
Has the crime rate in your neighborhood increased? How are you and the community handling it? Join us as we discuss crime in our neighborhoods.
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Stay in the loop for what you can expect from BTT by listening to Beatthetrain in Detroit Radio week to week. We'll discuss plans for what we have in store for our rides and what you can do during the season in terms of volunteering. Hear you then!
This just in; If you did Barry-Roubaix you will want to hear this show! Be there!
Based on the wildly popular true crime forum Websleuths.com (www.websleuths.com/forums) and Forums for Justice.org (www.forumsforjustice.org/forums) this radio show is unlike any other show you have heard before. Each week Tricia's True Crime Radio features several intriguing true crime cases. Host Tricia Griffith is a veteran radio disc jockey and co-owner of Websleuths.com and owner of Forums for Justice.org. She brings her unique brand of broadcasting, knowledge and (at times) humor her True Crime Radio. Tricia's True Crime Radio. True Crime, Current Events, Always Discussed with Common Sense!!! The opinions expressed on Tricia's True Crime Radio are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Websleuths.com, the website, which is a totally separate corporate entity or the opinions of Forums for Justice.org