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Current State speaks with Ginna Holmes, director of the Michigan Community Service Commission, and  Jamie-Lee Venable about HelpforFlint.com.

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Holy Transfiguration Skete monastery

Current State learns more about the Holy Transfiguration Skete monastery in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula from Detroit Free Press reporter John Carlisle, who recently paid it a visit.


Today on Current State: Michigan HHS chief medical executive Dr. Eden Wells on concerns about possible Legionnaire's Disease in Flint; "Vocalosity" comes to the Wharton Center; Great Lakes Month in Review and Amtrak service comes to the Multimodal Gateway in East Lansing.

As state, federal and local officials continue working to gain more control of the Flint water crisis, Current State's Mark Bashore talks with Dr. Eden Wells, the chief medical executive for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.


Courtesy Vocalosity

The man who helped bring contemporary a cappella music into the mainstream brings his newest a cappella project to the Wharton Center.  Deke Sharon speaks with Current State’s Jamie Paisley -- a former a cappella head himself -- about tonight’s concert by Vocalosity.

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