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Stateside for Wednesday, March 25, 2015


Today on Stateside:

  • Rick Pluta, Michigan Radio Network’s Lansing Bureau Chief, chats about Michigan’s “no dueling” law and the effort in Lansing to rid Michigan of archaic laws.
  • Hour Detroit magazine’s chief wine and restaurant critic, Chris Cook, discusses “Sex,” one of Michigan’s sparkling wines with an interesting history behind its name.

  • In honor of Women’s History Month, Patricia Majher joins us to discuss her book titled Great Girls in Michigan History.
  • Kellyann Wargo, a former University of Michigan student, talks about the Walk of Shame Shuttle, an entrepreneurial endeavor that landed her on VH1’s reality TV.
  • Founder of the Annual Muslim Mental Health Conference, Farha Abbasi discusses the conference and why many Muslims have not sought mental health care.
  • Kimberly Springer, Michigan Radio’s social media producer, discusses Will Oremus’s article for Slate on Snapchat and why older generations can’t figure it out. 
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