Stateside for Monday, February 2, 2015
Today on Stateside:
- Dr. Jeff Masters of Weather Underground joins us to talk about last night’s 16.7 inches of snowfall – Metro Detroit’s third-biggest snowstorm in recorded history.
Dana DeBenham, director of the Howell Conference and Nature Center, talks about the prediction made today by Michigan’s understudy groundhog.
- Al Steinman, Director of the Annis Water Resources Institute at Grand Valley State University, describes the Great Lake’s high water levels, their causes and their consequences.
- Blair Garrou, partner and co-founder of startup venture capital firm Mercury Fund, is an investor from outside Michigan who's interested in Michigan startups. Hear our conversation with him here, in The Next Idea story.
- “Godfather of techno” Juan Atkins joins us to talk about techno music and its beginnings in Detroit.
- Jeff Potter, Lansing resident and creator of OutYourBackdoor.com, chats about how now is the time to embrace winter.
- It’s Just Politics co-hosts Zoe Clark and Rick Pluta discuss the possibility that Michigan legally recognize 300 same-sex marriages by the end of the week.
- John Stempien joins us to talk about his experience as a pre-1980 adoptee in Michigan.