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New Downtown Detroit live entertainment venue opening in Punch Bowl Social space
Entertainment

New Downtown Detroit live entertainment venue opening in Punch Bowl Social space

article DETROIT (FOX 2) - A new venue for live entertainment is opening in the former Punch Bowl Social in Detroit. Comedian Mike Epps' One Mike Enterprises shared plans for the comedy, music, and spoken word venue, One Mike Detroit, at 1331 Broadway St. on Thursday. Renovations are set to begin next month, with plans to open in the spring. "Detroit has always been a great city for comedy and a second home to me," Epps said. "I'm excited to announce the flagship location for the One Mike brand in Downtown Detroit. We're bringing superb dining and premier comedy experiences to 1331 Broadway." Epps said the venue will feature known performers, as well as those just starting out. Read Next: Christmas-themed pop-up tavern opens in Detroit The venue is co-owned by Rev. Horace Sheffield III...
After 20 years, business owner thankful for felony expungement from Project Clean Slate
Business

After 20 years, business owner thankful for felony expungement from Project Clean Slate

Expungement team is helping former inmates wipe their records clean The work is just beginning. Shayla McElroy from Project Clean Slate estimates 168,000 Detroiters with misdemeanors and certain felonies are eligible. DETROIT (FOX 2) - Nicholas Dubose enjoyed the remaining summer sunshine at Rouge Park on Detroit's west side on Monday. The clouds that followed Dubose for 20 years are gone, he said. That's because Dubose is getting a second chance.  Earlier this year he says he had two felony convictions for low-level drug offenses expunged. "It’s like a burden has been lifted," said Dubose. The convictions shaped his life — especially as the owner of a truck driving business. "I knew if I was the owner and operator, I wouldn’t have to ask anybody for it for a job and that comes from a ...
Family plans to start business from scratch after ice cream truck stolen in Detroit
Business

Family plans to start business from scratch after ice cream truck stolen in Detroit

Ice cream truck used to teach boy about money stolen in Detroit A family ice cream truck started to teach a 4-year-old boy about money and entrepreneurship is missing after someone stole it on Detroit's west side. DETROIT (FOX 2) - Alonna Harris is a Detroit mother who wanted to give her 4-year-old son Jalon an early start on learning the value of a dollar, so she transformed a van into an ice cream truck. "We wanted to do something for him just so he could get that entrepreneurship learning mindset," she said. "It’s nontraditional, but it helps out. We have a lot of different schools that we work with and nonprofit organizations." However, on Sunday someone stole the Jalon's Treats and Sweets ice cream truck while it was parked near 7 Mile and Telegraph on Detroit's west side. "I re...
Henry Ford Health can target and treat prostate cancer through robotic technology
Science

Henry Ford Health can target and treat prostate cancer through robotic technology

Henry Ford's cutting edge technology to fight prostate cancer One in eight men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year. Henry Ford has some of the latest technology to fight it. SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (FOX 2) - Prostate cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men and one in eight will be diagnosed with it this year. At Henry Ford Health, doctors have a new tool that will burn the cancer away. Last December, Charlie Rashid received concerning his from his doctor: his PSA levels were up and the doctor scheduled an MRI and a biopsy, ultimately leading Charlie to the fight of his life in 2022. "It was a cancer," he said. "No one wants to hear that word and my heart just dropped." Charlie went to Henry Ford Health which is the first in the state to offer ...