New From One Detroit:
Detroit Public TV honors the late Academy Award-winning filmmaker Sue Marx with a tribute, featuring broadcasts of her works, including “Detroit Remember When: The Jewish Community” and the Oscar-winning “Young at Heart.” The program includes guest interviews discussing Marx’s influential career and life. Marx, a beloved member of the Detroit community, passed away in July at the age of 92.
A full year into leading Michigan’s flagship university, the University of Michigan’s 15th President Santa Ono will discuss achievements, challenges and opportunities he sees for partnership and growth with the region and community. WDIV-TV Local 4 News Anchor Devin Scillian will moderate the conversation.
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