From next week, City Slang will get a 20-30 minute segment every Thursday night on UDetroit’s Motor City Special show between 9.30 and 10.00 p.m.
The show is broadcast live at the UDetroit Café, 1427 Randolph St., Detroit. The show is then available to watch at any time on the UDetroit website. City Slang’s segment will start next Thursday, July 14.
Now, here’s an invitation (and pass this around). The show is recorded in front of the Café customers. That means that anyone can come along and watch the recording. Just show up at the above address. And City Slang wants you there. If you liked something that appeared in a City Slang blog or column, show up and tell. If you didn’t like something, show up and let’s talk it out on air. You have the opportunity to hash it out with me. Did I give you a bad review? Wanna question me about it? Turn up at the UDetroit Café and let’s talk about it. It should be fun.
On a related note, I’ll be appearing on the Ann Delisi show on WDET soon. The interview is being recorded on Saturday morning so listen out for that. I’ll be discussing my MC5 book and more.
See y’all next Thursday.
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