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Stateside: Future in GOP for conservatives; Black Calder brewery; Detroit Zoo CEO to retire

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Today, on Stateside, after four years with Trump at the head of the Republican party, where does the GOP go now?  Plus, a new Black-owned brewery in Grand Rapids navigates launching a business amid a pandemic.

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After Trump: two Michigan conservatives on where the GOP goes from here

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Stateside’s conversation with Matt Resch and Nick De Leeuw

  • Matt Resch is the founder of Resch Strategies Public Relations. He is also the former communications director for then-Lieutenant Governor Dick Posthumus
  • Nick De Leeuw is the vice president of Resch Strategies and has worked with several Republican administrations and campaigns
  • Stateside originally aired this segment on November 16, 2020

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.
  • Stateside originally aired this segment on November 20, 2020

After years of leadership in animal welfare, Detroit Zoo director Ron Kagan to retire

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Stateside's conversation with Ron Kagan

  

  • Ron Kagan is the director of the Detroit Zoo and plans to retire this summer.
  • Stateside originally aired this segment on January 14, 2021
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