May 17, 2007
I did a live interview with Matt Watroba on "Detroit Today". FUN!

WDET 101.9FM

Here's the building.
Here's the microphone.
I fixed it's rubber-net-cradle... as you can see it is outa wack... and Molly Ringwald was rambling on.
Monica at WDET mission control.
Here's Matt Watroba, the host of "Detroit Today".
He was great! Very pleasant and easy to talk to.
On Wednesday, May 3, 2006 I was contacted by a reporter from WDET 101.9FM, Celeste Headlee, about the fairy doors in Ann Arbor.

Her interview with the owners of Red Shoes and Peaceable Kingdom and me has aired.

WDET 101.9FM

aired TUESDAY, MAY 9, 2006 ON "Day to Day" program
1pm WUOM 91.7FM 2pm WDET 101.9FM

The web-site version is up with some pictures and the audio:
NPR Day to Day

Celeste Headlee

Taking photos of the Ark.


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