Stateside: AG Nessel on opioid settlement; LGBT Detroit July celebration; Matthew Milia’s new album
Today on Stateside, what the national opioid settlement could mean for Michigan. Also, the founding of Detroit’s long-lived and well-loved Black LGBTQ Pride event, Hotter Than July. Plus, Matthew Milia’s new record, delivers lovely, if angsty odes to summer in Keego Harbor.
Listen to the full show above or find individual interviews below.
How a negotiated settlement with four health care giants over opioid abuse could affect Michigan
- Dana Nessel is Michigan’s Attorney General.
Pride despite pandemic, LGBT Detroit’s decades old “Hotter than July” event returns
- Curtis Lipscomb is the founder and Executive Director of LGBT Detroit
- Jerron Totten is LGBT Detroit’s Social Outreach Coordinator and Legislative Advocacy Specialist.
- Robert Tate is an honoree at this year’s event and a lifelong Detroit activist and resident.
If yacht rock came from a pontoon boat: Matthew Milia’s album Keego Harbor
- Matthew Milia is a singer-songwriter and Michigan native.
Bird enthusiasts flock to Saline to see tropical tourist
- Pamela Rasmussen is an Assistant Professor of Integrative Biology at Michigan State University and an Assistant Curator at the MSU Museum.