Stateside for Thursday, March 12th, 2015
Today on Stateside:
- Detroit News business columnist Daniel Howes discusses why Michigan’s reputation relies on honoring auto industry tax credits.
- Michigan Radio sports commentator John U. Bacon recounts Jim Harbaugh’s beginning with Michigan Football.
- Professor Phillips Stevens tells us how Friday the 13th came to be.
- Tango Nuevo group “The Oblivion Project” describes their inspiration for performing Argentine classics.
- One of the oldest structures in Detroit is being moved, but it’s not just any house, it’s where Ulysses S. Grant lived.
- Founder and president of the Early Learning Foundation Bob Sornson describes why changing from a curriculum-driven to a competency-based model for education is important for The Next Idea.