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Stateside: Six months of COVID; Detroit jewelry designer; Mackinac remote-learning tourism

Sep 9, 2020

On Stateside, a church in Romeo grapples with systemic and politically motivated vandalism. And, what six months of COVID have looked like. Plus, we continue a focus on Detroit Month of Design with a conversation with the winner of the Design in the City competition.

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Six months into pandemic life, how COVID has surged, plateaued, and changed our approach

  •   Kate Wells is a reporter for Michigan Radio

From woodworking to jewelry, designer Trice Clark takes part in Detroit Month of Design

  

  •   Trice Clark is a multimedia artist. Her show is currently on view until September 30 and there will be a virtual event on Thursday, September 10. For more info, click here.
  • Click here to listen to the conversation with Design Core Detroit’s director of culture and community, Kiana Wenzell.
  • Support for arts and culture coverage comes in part from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.

Black Lives Matter banner repeatedly vandalized at historic Macomb County church

  •    Kim Newport is pastor at Romeo’s First Congregational Church.

Mackinac Island resort mixes family-friendly tourism with remote learning

  •   ​Liz Ware is part of the family that owns and runs Mission Point Resort on Mackinac Island.