From cupcakes to curling, we’ve got the rundown for fun in metro Detroit in this episode of DetroitUnspun TV. We had coffee with Stephanie Puertas of the Stay and Play Social Club, which connects metro Detroiters to athletic activities around their neighborhoods. From baseball teams, to volleyball, to a round of euchre, this girl’s got you covered. We also talked to Pam Turkin, head of the growing Just Baked Cupcakes empire. She’s runs 12 shops and counting, but now she’s opening up another cupcake shop in the Dime building, located in downtown Detroit. She’s coming with a wave of others, including Olga’s Kitchen and Buffalo Wild Wings to open up businesses downtown. Curious what’s going on now? We have the Dig 5 list that will give you an idea of what’s going on around downtown Detroit. Still hungry? We’ve got a fish and chips cooking demonstration with Saltwater Grill’s master chef, Justin Schneider. Trust us, this isn’t any ordinary fish and chips recipe. Saltwater Grill is a 4 diamond restaurant. Lastly, our Detroit People segment this week features Adriel Thornton, who is a long-standing member of Detroit’s electronic music community. He takes us through the birth of Detroit techno, the beginnings of DEMF and how electronic music is evolving today. As always, we have your headlines for this exciting week in news, when the Red Wings won 21 games in a row and doctors have used shoulder bones to reconstruct vocal cords.