Shannon’s Scoop

In today’s Shannon’s Scoop let’s discuss the $6 million renovation to Roosevelt Park in front of Michigan Central Station, an intruder on Drake’s property that claims to be his son, and Lollapalooza is headed to your living room!

  • Detroit's Roosevelt Park Renovation

    City Of Detroit Teeters On Bankruptcy As State Audits Its Finances

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    If you’ve lived in Detroit for any period of time, you know it’s been a long time since Michigan Central Station was renovated & operational. But, according to clickondetroit.com, as they work to renovate the building, the city is busy breaking ground on a $6 million project to renovate Roosevelt Park in front of The Station. The 13-acre project is set to be completed in the spring of 2023 and will feature event lawns, new landscaping, seating areas, plaza spaces, and more! The new park will be a nice addition for Southwest Detroit residents and for those who will be working at The Station. What a great addition to the city, right? Can’t wait to check that out!

  • An Intruder At Drake's L.A. Mansion

    Drake's Till Death Do Us Part Rap Battle Event

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    Imagine getting a call while you’re partying it up in Ibiza that someone is at your door back at home claiming to be your son! Well, that’s exactly what happened to Drake. According to HIPHOPDX.com ground crews at Drakes new mansion in Los Angeles found a 23 year-old intruder on his property who claimed Drake was his father. Now, if I’m doing that math, that would make 35 year old Drake a dad at 12. Not impossible, but extremely unlikely. The man was arrested for misdemeanor trespassing. That is WILD!

     

     

  • Lollapalooza Comes To Your Living Room

    Atmosphere - Lollapalooza Berlin 2018

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    Zannie K. & I have yet to go to this festival, but we talk about it every year. Well, now we’ll have access to the event without leaving the house! according to broadwayworld.com one of the biggest, long-standing festivals in Chicago is now bringing the festival to your living room! You’ll have front-row seats when Lollapalooza live streams the iconic festival via Hulu.  Artists on the lineup this year include Lil Baby, Jack Harlow, J. Cole, Big Sean, Metallica, and more. Get subscribed now at Hulu.com. Streaming will happen between 1 p.m. and 11 p.m. Central Time July 28th through the 31st.