Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan talks to Paul W. Smith about his lunch with President Obama and he says they had a good conversation about the city of Detroit.
There are two movies hitting theatres this weekend and ABC's Entertainment Editor David Blaustein reviews "Lucy" and "So It Goes" for Paul W. Smith and he also has a few thoughts on "Fifty Shades of Grey."
Olivia Millerschin, Rochester, Michigan singer tells Paul W. Smith she is thrilled to be appearing on "America's Got Talent."
Stan Diroff, Chairman of the Monroe County Fair Entertainment Committee tells Paul W. Smith and his listeners the fair opens on Sunday.
Mike O'Hara, DetroitLions.com Columnist talks to Paul W. Smith and Steve Courtney about Ndamukong Suh and he says the Detroit Lion has not signed a contract extension and he's not sure it will be done any time soon.
Mary Barra, General Motors CEO, Casey Gerald, Harvard MBA Graduate & CEO of "MBA's Across the Country," and Michael Baker, COO of "MBA's Across the Country" talks to Paul W. Smith about GM's commitment to the program.
Mark Hackel, Macomb County Executive tells Paul W. Smith, "Aquapalooza" is back and it promises to be a fun time on Lake St. Clair this weekend.
Lisa Diggs, "Buy Michigan Now" Founder tells Paul W. Smith "Buy Michigan Week" starts on Monday and it's a great time to buy Michigan products. For more information visit www.BuyMichiganNowFest.com.
Superstar Violinist Joshua Bell is performing with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra at Meadowbrook this week and he talks to Paul W. Smith about his love of music. For more information about his July 24th performance go to dso.org or call (313) 576-5111.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and Edsel Ford talk to Paul W. Smith about Detroit's 313th Birthday and they say the future is bright as the city prepares to exit bankruptcy and a $148 million dollar Research Institute comes to Corktown.
Jeannette Pierce, D-Hive Director of Community Relations tells Paul W. Smith there's lots of 313th Birthday celebrations around Detroit today. For more information go to weknowdetroit.com.
Dr. Frank McGeorge, Henry Ford Medical Group Physician talks to Paul W. Smith about the importance of getting just the right amount of sleep every night.
Bob Bury, Detroit Historical Society Chief Executive Officer stops by the WJR Studios to talk with Paul W. Smith about Detroit's 313th Birthday and he also brought along some treats from the Avalon Bakery in Detroit.
Mark Fields, Ford Motor Company President & Chief Executive Officer tells Paul W. Smith the automaker has posted a second quarter pre-tax profit of 2.6 billion dollars.
John Hale, President of Corporate Travel Service talks to Paul W. Smith about the airline travel ban to Israel and he has important advice for travelers who are headed there this summer. For more information go to ctscentral.net.
Michele Rosen, Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Disease Lab Technician tells Paul W. Smith tickbourne diseases are on the rise in Michigan. For more information go to michigan.gov\emergingdisease,com.
Tom Walsh, Detroit Free Press Columnist, tells Paul W. Smith, Mayor Mike Duggan has convinced a $148-million manufacturing institute to set up its headquarters in Detroit's Corktown neighborhood.
Mary Schiavo, aviation analyst, talks to Paul W. Smith about the ongoing investigation of the Malaysia Airlines plane crash in Eastern Ukraine.
Keith Crain, Chairman of Crain Communications, talks to Paul W. Smith about Concours D' Elegance and his induction into the Automotive Hall of Fame.
Luther Keith, Executive Director of ARISE Detroit!, talks to Paul W. Smith about the upcoming Neighborhood Day on August 2nd.
ABC News Correspondent Jordana Miller, reporting from Jerusalem, talks to Paul W. Smith about the Gaza rockets landing near Israel's main airport and the ongoing turmoil in Israel.
Susan Sherer, CEO of The Heat and Warmth Fund, THAW, talks to Paul W. Smith about her resignation from the low income energy assistance organization.
William H. O'Neill, M.D., medical director of the Center for Structural Heart Disease at Henry Ford Hospital, talks to Paul W. Smith about the dangers of caffeine powder.
Darryl Latimer, Deputy Director of the Detroit Water and Sewage Department talks to Paul W. Smith about the controversy surrounding the water department shutoffs and he explains why they are on hold. Part Two
Darryl Latimer, Deputy Director of the Detroit Water and Sewage Department talks to Paul W. Smith about the controversy surrounding the water department shutoffs and he explains why they are on hold. Part One
Capuchin Friar Brother Ray Stadmeyer and Brian Tulley, "On the Rise Bakery" Retail Manager tell Paul W. Smith the bakery cafe will be celebrating its grand opening in Detroit on Saturday, July 26th.
Journalist Doron Levin talks to Paul W. Smith about the Israeli - Hamas conflict in the Middle East.
ABC's Aaron Katersky talks to Paul W. Smith live from Kiev, Ukraine and he says the bodies of the victims from Malyasian Flight 17 are on a train and headed to the Netherlands.
Doug Bernstein, Plunkett Cooney Bankruptcy Attorney talks to Paul W. Smith about the pension vote and what it means for the city of Detroit.
Christopher Ilitch, President & CEO of Ilitch Holdings talks to Paul W. Smith about his family's plans to build a new ice arena and entertainment and residential complex in Detroit and he says it will be a great place for people to live, work and play.
Ben Maibach III, & his son Ryan Maibach of Barton Malow construction company tell Paul W. Smith they are celebrating the Michigan's company's 90th anniversary.
ABC's Aaron Katersky talks to Paul W. Smith live from Kiev, Ukraine and he says the process of removing the bodies of the Malaysian air crash is slow and relatives of the victims are devastated by how it's being handled.
Retired Vice Admiral Lee Gunn is in town Detroit this week to talk about national security as it relates to climate change and he tells Paul W. Smith it's good to be back in the town he grew up in.
Matt Cullen, M1 Rail President & CEO tells Paul W. Smith construction on the much anticipated rail project begins next Monday, July 28th.
Jim Hughes, "Catch" Executive Director talks to Paul W. Smith and Steve Courtney about the "Catch Classic" at Meadowbrook Golf & Country Club and he says it's a great day for the charity.
Mary Kramer, Publisher of Crain's Detroit Business talks to Paul W. Smith about the top new stories of the week including the Ilitch family's plans to build a new hockey stadium and entertainment center in the heart of Detroit.