Live in the D: What's coming up this week?

Published On: May 30 2014 03:45:58 PM EDT   Updated On: Oct 17 2014 01:16:28 PM EDT

Here's a quick rundown of what we have planned for next week on Live in the D starting at 11am on Local 4!

Monday, October 20th:

- Are you going to try out for Motown The Musical on Tuesday? We have the casting director in to give you some insight on exactly what they're looking for.

- Sister Hope -- life after breast cancer.

- Pumpkin Carving -- get some tips on carving pumpkins at home, and some extreme tips if you're ready for the next level!

Tuesday, October 21st:

- Uniquely Detroit -- Hamtramck Stadium! It's one of the only Negro League stadiums left standing. See what Detroit stars played there!

- We'll talk to the stars of NBC's Grimm ahead of their season premiere.

- A local grocery chain is making it easier for you to prepare seafood at home.

Wednesday, October 22nd:

- Throwback Halloween costumes! See what vintage costumes we can create with old styles and clothes.

- Candles By Nia -- candles that look so good, you'll want to eat them!

Thursday, October 23rd:

- The Michigan Science Center is in the house doing some cool Halloween science!

- One of the stars from the Moscow Ballet will join us to talk about an upcoming casting call for The Nutcracker.

Friday, October 24th:

- Our professionals will debate the hot topics from the week.

- Nino Salvagio's will be cooking up some fun Halloween food!

If you haven't already, check out our FACEBOOK page or TWITTER page! We want to hear from you -- use the hashtag #LiveintheD to join the conversation!


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