Stateside for Thursday, February 12, 2015
Today on Stateside:
- Lt. Governor Brian Calley discusses the Snyder administration's proposed budget, and what's in store for education and transportation.
- Jeff DeGraff, clinical professor of Management and Organizations at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, discusses why technology is not the cure-all for Michigan schools for The Next Idea.
- Emily St. John Mandel joins us in-studio to talk about her novel Station Eleven, set in post-apocalyptic Northern Michigan. The book has just been selected as the 2015-16 Great Michigan Read.
- Thanks to advanced medical equipment, students at Interlochen Arts Academy have begun to incorporate their own heartbeats into their music.
- Detroit News Columnist Daniel Howes discusses Mayor Duggan’s State of the City address.
- Michigan natives Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys are releasing a new album on Valentine’s Day. Lou shares her experiences as a front woman, and tells us why the band decided to move to Nashville.
- For our series Living with Death, Kim Parr talks about her job as director of the Macomb County Historical Society & Crocker House Museum in Mount Clemens.