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.