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Craig Fahle says goodbye to WDET 

Catch his final show on Aug. 8

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The Craig Fahle Show
WDET 101.9 FM

Every morning, The Craig Fahle show on WDET gives metro Detroiters the opportunity to listen to the people of the city. Whether they’re community leaders, concerned citizens, educators, or media folk like us — or much more — Fahle thoughtfully engages, questions, and gives us all the opportunity to listen. August 8 is his last day on the airwaves before he moves on to a new position in the city, so turn on and tune in to 101.9 FM every weekday from 9-11 a.m. or 7-9 p.m,, or check out soon. You don’t want to miss this important piece of the fabric of Detroit.


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