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Stateside for Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016


  • Paul Eisenstein joins us from Las Vegas to talk about what GM and Ford are showing off at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
  • The DIA is offering us a chance to see work by some of the most important modern African-American artists in an exhibit called "30 Americans." 
  • Michigan poet Linda Gregerson sits down with us to discuss her first volume of collected worksProdigal: New and Selected Poems, 1976-2014.
  • Detroit City Councilman James Tate talks with us about an ordinance he's working on that would allow urban farmers to legally raise livestock in the city.
  • Michiganders like to think that they don't have an accent, but according to Ted McClellan, that's not the case.
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