Radio Made in Michigan

Current State #600 | September 3, 2015

Sep 3, 2015

Today on Current State: Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley weighs in on Michigan's growing opioid abuse epidemic; Lansing State Journal columnist Anne Erickson on the best September concerts; Detroit Free Press reporter Joe Rexrode on the Spartans' upcoming season; a Grand Ledge business incubator that combines skateboards and tech start-ups; and an Okemos business is busy repairing instruments before students return to school. 

Current State #599 | September 2, 2015

Sep 2, 2015

Today on Current State: Lansing State Journal columnist Judy Putnam on an Eaton County shooting and the Lansing City Market; Lansing author Bryce David Salazar on his debut novel She Sees Metaphors; how colleges and students can reduce mental health stigma on campus; and the city of Lowell turns pink to raise money for breast cancer research. 

Current State #598 | September 1, 2015

Sep 1, 2015

Today on Current State: retired Israeli Uzi Eilam in Michigan to urge support of the Iran nuclear deal; Lansing agencies band together to help low-income kids go back to school; the threat of invasive viruses in the Great Lakes; and a conversation with saxophonist and MSU Professor Joseph Lulloff. 

Current State #597 | August 31, 2015

Aug 31, 2015

Today on Current State: a recap of August's biggest political stories; MSU students return to campus; a new study suggest gang violence can be infectious; and the history of "palace steamers" on the Great Lakes. 

Current State #595 | August 27, 2015

Aug 27, 2015

Today on Current State: U.S. Congressman John Moolenar (R) shares his thoughts on the Iran nuclear deal, immigration, and more; Ann Arbor celebrates the art of Bonsai at the Matthei Botanical Gardens; Scott Southard reviews Saint Mazie by Jami Attenberg; Grand Rapids Mayor Elect Rosalynn Bliss on her historic election as the city's first female mayor; and a tour of the historic Wilcox Plymouth Mill in Detroit.