A New Look At The Detroit River's Role In How We Work and Play

May 16, 2013

The Detroit River has been a source of jobs, recreation, and history for more than 300 years. Two new exhibits at the Dossin Great Lakes Museum take a closer look at how the river has shaped our lives and our region. The Museum re-opens on Saturday after five months and $2-million worth of renovations. Joel Stone is one of the curators of the Detroit Historical Society, which runs the museum. He tells WDET’s Pat Batcheller the building looks brand new from top to bottom. Click on the audio link above to hear the conversation.