Fashion and society writer Chuck Bennett has been a decades-long Detroit media fixture.
Now, comes his latest gig: Weekday afternoon drive-time host from 5-7 p.m. on 910 AM Superstation for a show called "Happy Hour." Monday marks the start of week three.
"No politics. No crime. No yelling and screaming. We have cocktails, it is catered, we talk about parties and fashion, pop culture, gossip, restaurants, etc.," Bennett writes in an email to Deadline Detroit. "I start the show, 'I'm Chuck Bennett. I'm here to make you smile for 2 hours. I got you until 7p.m. Relax. It's Happy Hour.'"
Yes, Bennett says there's good food and drink in the green room for guests before the show, and the partying continues on air.
"We play cool music, from Andrea Bocelli to Snoop Dogg, and I chastise anyone who didn't get the memo and calls in to trash Trump or Duggan," he writes.
Besides the radio show, Bennett still writes two columns for The Detroit News and is a regular on-air contributor to Fox 2 News, and a contributor to Hour Magazine.