You know that WJR as "The Greatest Radio Station in the World" and broadcasted from the "Golden Tower of the Fisher Building.
You remember seeing Harriet Berg and the Renaissance Dancers entertaining for the Wassail Feast at the Detroit Art Institute.
You remember watching the Detroit Pistons and the WHA Michigan Stags hockey games at Cobo Arena.You remember Mort Neff, the host of Michigan Outdoors.You watched Rita Bell's " Prize Movie." " Dialing for Dollars" with Larry Adderley, or Bob Allison of " Ask Your Neighbor " House Detective " and " Bowling for Dollars or Fred Wolf hosting " Championship Bowling " on Sunday mornings, or Don Kremer.You remember the miracles of Father Solanus Casey, a Capuchin friar who spent 23 years.You remember listening to "Joltin' Joe Howard on wchb.You went to Bonnie Brook Clubhouse to hear Denny McLain play the Hammond organ.You remember Reddy Kilowatt saying "Live Better Electrically." You remember four bowling alleys within a mile of one another on Schaefer between Paul and Tireman: Holiday Bowl, Dearborn Lanes, Mercury Lanes and Schaefer Lanes."Now I can't t hear me swing!You danced to the live music of The Temptations at your high school sock hop and Motown music was all over the radio.You ordered a Swamp Water (a mixture of Coke and Squirt) at the Raven Gallery.Arriving home from college at the Michigan Central Depot.Or dancing to Rusty Day the Midnighters at the Chatter Box, a teen nightclub at 13 Mile and Mound Rds.For the moment, the Hantz Group invites Detroiters to join them in building a new, green economy in Detroit, and lead the world by centre mk gift card shops example, asking them to: Picture oaks, maples, and other high value trees planted in straight, evenly spaced rows.You ordered the tickets by mail and your mom would drive you and a friend to the studio on Second Blvd.The Lady of Charm, Edythe Fern Melrose.If members of the public have any quality-of-care or safety concerns, they may notify The Joint Commission.You ordered a salad, steak and baked potato at the Flaming Embers at Woodward and Grand Circus Park for only.99.Your parents took you to The Paradiso Café ( Woodward 6 Mile ) where the controversial Father Coughlin (pastor of the Shrine of the Little Flower ) was a regular.
you remember near Thanksgiving time, Ted Strasser and his program, Patterns in Music, on, wJR, and his lovely reading of the last two leaves entitled "Winter.
Smith play at Belle Isle while the freighters drowned out the music with their horns, people paddled their canoes in the canals near the bandstand and mounted police controlled the crowds.
And when they won the National Football Championship (before there were Superbowls) in 1957 against the Cleveland Browns, 59-14.
Or the giant cow head located on the side of the Ira Wilson Dairy off the I-94 service drive.