The City of Week crew hit Hazel Park! First stop: Park Liquor. Tony and Joey were super nice and Tony said, “If you’re thirsty, come to Park Liquor.” (Marvin, the manager, not pictured).
Doug’s Delight! This iconic Hazel Park institution opened in 1965 and is recognized by the Hazel Park Historical Commission. Open Wednesday through Sunday.
Family Dollar! After Steven won money on a scratch off, Doni and Steven went on a shopping spree...
Doni bought dry erase markers and Tupperware. Steven bought toilet paper. It’s in stock at Family Dollar!
The House of Shamrock’s get a huge mural upgrade on their patio. Matt, the artist, has been working on this piece since June!
Cameraman Steven and Doni chill on the patio at House of Shamrock’s.
Just cruising around Hazel Park on a gorgeous August day!
Upgrade: Doni and Steven inspected the construction on Hazel Park’s I75 overpass.
Loyal listener alert! Mike Craft stopped us in the parking lot to tell us he had just heard WCSX talking about Hazel Park! Correct, sir! Mike is a life long Hazel Park resident and told us a lot more about the city!
Cameraman Steven did not appreciate Doni’s creative ideas in costuming for her re-enactment of the running of the Olympic torch through Hazel Park from 2002.
Teachers of webster early childhood development are rocking out with WCSX!
Hazel Park Historical Museum
And the sign said.... A cool sculpture called “Signs of Time” by Tom Jones.
Hope sculpture in Hazel Park
Check out the cool locks!
Hazel Park PD is listening to WCSX.
Cameraman Steven in the streets of Hazel Park!
The Hoover elementry huskies! They were handing out school supplies for their students when WCSX stopped by. Teachers rock!
WCSX was here!