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Stateside: GOP leaders meet with Trump; The War and Treaty’s new album; Black-owned GR brewery

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Today on Stateside, Michigan’s Republican legislative leaders headed to the White House to talk to President Trump about his desire to reverse the will of Michigan voters. Also, the founders of Michigan’s first black-owned brewery talk about carving out their place in the craft beer scene and starting a business during a pandemic.

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Michigan legislative leaders meet with Trump, and roil norms in Lansing

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Stateside’s conversation with Zach Gorchow

  • Zach Gorchow is the executive editor and publisher of Gongwer Michigan.

The War and Treaty’s new album provides sonic comfort for a chaotic year

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Stateside’s conversation with Michael Trotter and Tanya Blount Trotter

  • Michael Trotter and Tanya Blount Trotter, who were living in Albion until recently, perform as The War and Treaty.

New Black-owned brewery brings fresh perspective to Grand Rapids craft beer scene

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Stateside’s conversation with Jamaal Ewing and Terry Rostic

  • Jamaal Ewing and Terry Rostic are the co-founders of Black Calder Brewing.
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