Stateside for Tuesday, March 10th, 2015
Today on Stateside:
- General Counsel for the Michigan Press Association Robin Herman explains why the subpoenas served against the press yesterday were so surprising.
- Ann Arbor filmmaker Toko Shiiki discusses her film https://vimeo.com/103453868">Threshold: Whispers of Fukushima, and why some residents decided to stay in the community after the nuclear accident four years ago.
- Owner of Source Booksellers in Detroit, Janet Jones, talks to us about why she believes independent bookstores are on the rise.
- Hour Magazine chief wine and restaurant critic discusses screw cap wines.
- Executive director of the Michigan Department of Civil Rights, Matt Wesaw, tells us what Michigan is doing to foster better relationships between police officers and citizens.
- This year marks the 17th season for the Great Lakes Cruise Company, and they’re adding new cruises this upcoming year to bring even more tourists to enjoy the region.