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Politics & Government

Stateside for Wednesday, December 2, 2015

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  • Leaders from around the world have converged on Paris this week for what many are calling the most important environmental talks of our time: the Paris Climate Conference. How might those talks affect our lives here in Michigan?

  • The planned Gordie Howe International Bridge linking Detroit and Windsor not only will offer new options for crossing to and from Canada — it will transform Detroit's skyline. Detroit Free Press reporter John Gallagher takes a look at the two possible designs being considered. 

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An interview with John Gallagher

  • Kelly McDermott talks about Michigan’s vibrant Celtic music scene. Her Celtic fusion band Nessa is holding a release show for their new CD Ancient Song Discoveries Vol 1.

  • Bill Loomis takes us back to the glory days of Brush Park and the Ransom Gillis home in his latest piece for The Detroit News.

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Bill Loomis revisits the history of Detroit's newly rehabbed Ransom Gillis house and its Brush Park neighborhood.