Current State

Current State #604 | September 11, 2015

Sep 11, 2015

Today on Current State: Rick Pluta of the Michigan Public Radio Network and Chad Livengood of the Detroit News discuss the resignation of state Rep. Todd Courser and the House vote to remove Rep. Cindy Gamrat from office; the Grand Rapids Feminist Film Festival; New York City emergency room physician Dr. Tony Dajer remembers 9/11; and our Live Music Friday guest is Alex Mendenall.

Current State #603 | September 10, 2015

Sep 10, 2015

Today on Current State: MSU economist Charley Ballard on Michigan's shrinking middle class; a new exhibit at the MICA Gallery explores Lansing's local food movement; Scott D. Southard reviews "Another Day" by David Levithan; the Meridian Township Police Department's Citizens' Academy; and Dedria Humphries describes dragon boat racing in our first Pop-Up Story.

Current State #602 | September 9, 2015

Sep 9, 2015

Today on Current State: A look at the future of the Lansing City Market with new director Audrey Tipper and Lansing Public Entertainment and Facilities Authority CEO Scott Keith; frightening fun at Camp Hatchet; Neighbors in Action: Lansing Love Your Block; and the Riverwalk Theatre production of "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels."

Current State #601 | September 8, 2015

Sep 8, 2015

Today on Current State: Sarah Mulkoff of the Michigan Environmental Council and Consumers Energy spokesman Dan Bishop discuss Michigan's future energy needs; Susan Woods talks about the Indie Film Series in Okemos; the Michigan Department of Transportation considers a plan to renovate part of I-94; former MSU basketball player Anthony Ianni's work for greater understanding of those in the autism spectrum; and a Public Poetry Announcement: “The Exodus of Peaches” by Nancy Willard.

Current State #596 | August 28, 2015

Aug 28, 2015

Today on Current State: Rep. Tim Greimel on the Courser-Gamrat scandal; the best Great Lakes destinations of 2015; record female enrollment at MSU Engineering and Live Music Friday presents Westrin & Mowry.