Stateside for Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Today on Stateside:
What would things be like if the people of a community got to see and interact with their police officers in relaxed, friendly settings every day, and not just in crisis or crime? Kalamazoo’s Department of Public Safety is rolling out the Community Policing Special Unit to find out
Detroit turns 314 this week! The Detroit Drunken Historical Society is putting on Fête d'Anniversaire, a birthday party celebrating the folklore of Detroit’s French roots.
Minor league baseball is coming to Metro Detroit. Andy Appleby is the founder of the United Shore Professional Baseball League, and he joins us to talk about their plans in Utica.
This year, legendary producer, director and “king of B-movies” Roger Corman will receive the Michigan Filmmaker Award at the Traverse City Film Festival. He sits down with us today to talk about his life and career.
The music industry sure has changed a lot over the last half century, but one venue in downtown Ann Arbor has survived it all. The Ark is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and Michigan Radio’s Emily Fox brings us the story of how its leadership plans to keep it around for the next 50 years.