Detroit

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 21: A man sells vintage baseball cards prior to the start of the last game at Yankee Stadium between the Baltimore Orioles and the New York Yankees on September 21, 2008 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City. Yankee Stadium held it's inaugural game on April 18, 1923 against the Boston Red Sox and tonight's match will be the final game to be played at the historic stadium. During it's 85 years as ''The Home of Champions,'' the stadium has also been known as ''The House that Ruth Built'' and ''The Cathedral.'' The stadium has been host to 33 World Series, three Papal visits and has been visited by legends such as Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Yogi Bera, Mickey Mantle and boxing great Muhummad Ali. In 2009 the Yankees will move across the street to a newly constructed stadium estimated to cost $1.3 billion. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

$1 Million In Vintage Baseball Cards Discovered In Abandoned Detroit Warehouse

It’s probably the most valuable thing within blocks — an abandoned warehouse in Detroit is filled with baseball cards. London’s Daily Mail reports that some urban explorers happened upon the find, and that the cards are […]

104.3 WOMC–08/21/2015

18th May 1974:  British singer Rod Stewart celebrates his Scottish parentage at a Scotland v England football match.  (Photo by D. Morrison/Express/Getty Images)

“Shagging And A Drinkin’”: That’s How Rod Stewart Remembers Partying in Detroit On The Late Late Show With James Corden

Another edition of “Carpool Karaoke” on The Late Late Show. James Corden was joined by the British rocker and rapper A$AP Rocky.

104.3 WOMC–07/15/2015

Zipline in your backyard!

10 Awesome Things You’ll Want in Your Backyard this Summer!

“Yes” to all of these things.

104.3 WOMC–05/01/2015

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Detroit to London direct! Find out who is going!

Get excited Detroit!  Virgin Atlantic is launching direct flights from Detroit flying daily to London Heathrow!  They are the only British airline to fly direct to Detroit. It all starts June 1st, just in time […]

104.3 WOMC–04/24/2015

Made in Detroit: Guitars crafted from city ruin

Detroit has more than 70,000 abandoned buildings. Among them is an old Cadillac plant that houses piles of wood. Where others see trash, Mark Wallace sees buried treasure. Wallace started making guitars out of Detroit’s […]

104.3 WOMC–04/02/2015

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All Signs Point To Detroit For The Rolling Stones Details Thursday

All signs are — literally — pointing to the Rolling Stones announcing their 2015 North American tour dates on Thursday (March 19th). Jambase.com posted that just as they did back in 2013, the band has taken out billboards in cities featuring a key phrase or title from one of their classic hits and the Stones’ legendary tongue and lips logo. All of the band’s social media outlets showcase the hashtag “#SatisfactionThursday.”

104.3 WOMC–03/16/2015

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Listener Loses Out On Jamaica Trip But Scores A Life Changing Prize! [VIDEO]

Watch this video to find out what happened in the WOMC ACE Hardware Christmas Studios – it’s a Christmas Miracle!

12/17/2014

WOMC Morning Show with Bobby Mitchell, Stacey DuFord, Holly Hutton and Twizzler

Stacey and Holly’s Favorite Things: 2014

Both Oprah and Gwyneth Paltrow have put out their lists of Favorite Things just in time for the holidays and most of the items are unaffordable.  To help you out with your holiday shopping, Stacey and […]

104.3 WOMC–11/21/2014

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Local Business Building High Quality Guitars Using Reclaimed Wood From Detroit Buildings

Wallace Detroit Guitar bodies are built entirely from ethically reclaimed wood taken from abandoned buildings in Detroit.

11/13/2014

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Detroit: Comeback City! Awesome New Video!

A couple of weeks ago at the American Society of Association Executives convention in Nashville, the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau introduced a new promotional video touting Detroit as America’s Comeback City.

104.3 WOMC–08/20/2014

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