Stateside for Monday, February 23, 2015
Today on Stateside:
- MLive’s Capitol reporter Jonathan Oosting speaks with us about the Republican Winter Convention, that was held this weekend, and about Ronna Romney McDaniel, the newly elected GOP chair.
- Michigan Radio’s West Michigan reporter, Lindsey Smith, joins us to talk about Kalamazoo residents’ first chance to voice their thoughts on a compromise plan for a PCB laden dump site, one with a million and a half cubic yards of toxic waste.
- Chef James Rigato, executive chef at The Root restaurant in White Lake Township and four-episode contestant on Top Chef, talks Michigan’s food scene.
- Writer Bill Loomis discusses the stove, 19th Century Detroit’s “first mass-marketed, had-to-have durable good.”
- Tom Deits, Project Director of Innovation 5, a new project at Impression 5 Science Center in Lansing, talks about his Next Idea: making Michigan’s museums more active and hands-on.
- Bill Terrell, a Michigan State University criminologist and co-author of a new study on police attitudes, speaks about his research and whether or not officers need a college degree.