Stateside for Wednesday, December 2, 2015
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.
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.
- John U. Bacon talks with us about his new book, Endzone: The Rise, Fall, and Return of Michigan Football.