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Stateside: Restaurants open again; pandemic Super Bowl parties; Michigan’s bootlegging history

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Today on Stateside, Michigan restaurants and diners face the re-opening of indoor dining. Plus, an etiquette guide to the first Super Bowl in the pandemic. And, a look at Michigan’s role as a bootlegging hub during Prohibition.

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Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.

Restaurants reopen with a cautious optimism as restrictions lift on indoor dining

SS_20210202_Scott_Danielson_Indoor_Dining_Restarts.mp3
Stateside’s conversation with Tyler Scott and Amanda Danielson

  • Tyler Scott is reporter with Michigan Radio
  • Amanda Danielson is the co-owner of Trattoria Stella in Traverse City

Wings for one, please: Your guide to a pandemic Super Bowl

SS_20210202_Beggs_COVID_Super_BowL_Etiquette.mp3
Stateside’s conversation with Alex Beggs

  • Alex Beggs is a senior staff writer at Bon Appetit

Convergence of cars and alcohol made the Detroit-Windsor-Toledo triangle a bootlegging hotspot

SS_20210202_Boggs_Prohibition_Proving_Grounds.mp3
Stateside’s conversation with Joe Boggs

  • Joe Boggs is a historian in Monroe
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