Podcast #3: 'The Charlie LeDuff No BS Hour!' with Outspoken Judge Vonda Evans
This week's podcast focuses on Third Circuit Court Judge Vonda Evans, who tears down the house, commenting on an FBI wiretap, Brett Kavanaugh and other matters.
Popular National Podcast to Feature the Motor City and Kwame Kilpatrick
The first episode, premiering Oct. 1 exclusively on Spotify, takes listeners back to the early 1970s and the rise of the controversial police unit STRESS.
No Bad Feelings for Rick Wershe Over Snitching, Sleeping with Wife -- Curry
"I've got nothing against him," convicted drug dealer Johnny Curry tells WDIV's Kevin Dietz during an interview. (Watch the three-minute video here.)
Video: Deadline Detroit's Thursday Newscast -- 'The ZIP' with Kelsey Hubbell
Deadline Detroit's new newscast, "The ZIP" with host Kelsey Hubbell, hits on Attorney Bill Schuette's misfortune with his own party, a bubbling labor dispute and other matters.
Reviews: Moore's Latest Called 'a Mess,' 'Petty,' 'Cheap, 'Indulgent,' 'Disjointed'
"He cannot resist indulging in his own petty desires in the film," the Chicago Tribune writes of "Fahrenheit 11/9." We also excerpt five other reviews.
'White Boy Rick' Places Fourth in Opening Weekend Sales
The film did slightly better in the opening weekend than director Kathryn Bigelow's film "Detroit" about the 1967 riot.
Video: Deadline Detroit Launches First Newscast -- 'The ZIP'
The ZIP will brief you on the day's top local news in about three minutes.
Podcast #2: 'The Charlie LeDuff No BS Hour!'
In his latest podcast, Charlie LeDuff talks to Mark Diaz, president of the Detroit Police Officers Association.
Lengel: Watching 'White Boy Rick' with Richard Wershe Jr.'s Family Is Surreal
Richard Wershe Jr.'s sister, Dawn Wershe, sobbed uncontrollably at times at later screamed at the director.
Unsure Whether to See 'White Boy Rick?' Here's What 5 Film Critics Say
Actors are praised, but the movie overall is generally panned. It "doesn't pop the way it should" and is "rather blurred," Adam Graham writes in The Detroit News.
Cable TV's Andrew Zimmern Scarfs Some Dogs and Tapes Show at American Coney
"We were picked as one of his favorites for the show," owner Grace Keros says.
4 Metro Detroit Theaters Tonight Show 'White Boy Rick' a Day Before National Debut
Seats are available for seven preview screenings in Novi, Rochester Hills, Canton and Macomb Township. Links to buy tickets are here.
Michelle Obama Coming to Detroit on Book Tour; See How to Get Tickets
Tickets go on sale late next week. "I've spent the last year and a half reflecting on my story as deeply and honestly as I could," the prominent memoir writer says.
'Truth Squad' Slaps Schuette for Terror Claims That 'Distract and Mislead Voters'
"This issue . . . has little to do with a governor's job duties or improving Michigan's future," says Bridge Magazine, which accuses Bill Schuette of "cynically pandering to voters."