Terry recaps the women’s basketball 20th win, and talks about the Dick Vitale event in Florida. He then invites Detroit Tiger scout Clyde Weir to discuss the first exhibition game tomorrow, tagging along with the life of a professional baseball scout. Terry closes the show with Special Olympics director Anne Goudie, who discusses the 7300 participant polar plunge at Eagle Eye this weekend. MSU alumni out west call in towards the end of the show.
This week on Current State, WKAR's Peter Whorf takes us to Cobo Center for the Detroit Boat show. The expo runs through Sunday. Tune in for Current State with Mark Bashore weekdays at 9a and 6p on 90.5FM and noon on 870AM. Emanuele Berry brings you Current State Weekend Saturdays at 11a and Sundays at noon on 90.5. You can also hear our show Saturday and Sunday on 870AM. Here are a few of the many things you might find at Cobo...
Today on Current State: Flint leaders offer wisdom, advice as Detroit faces possible emergency management, "girl groups" featured at the Motown Museum, Neighbors in Action highlights Closing the Digital Gap, naval history from the Detroit Boat Show, and Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
A report released Tuesday afternoon by the Detroit emergency review team all but clears the way for Governor Snyder to appoint an emergency manager to take over the city’s finances. This scenario is nothing new to Flint, where, in late 2011, Governor Snyder appointed Michael Brown as emergency manager.
We speak with Brown, as well as Flint Mayor Dayne Walling, about what the experience is like and what Detroit officials can learn from it.
At the iconic Motown Museum in Detroit, a new exhibit honors the female contribution to the 1960s era. It’s called “Girl Groups: The Grit, The Glamour,The Glory.” Included are records, photos and memorabilia from all of the groups you remember, and one you have probably never heard of.
WKAR’s Scott Pohl toured the exhibit with the president and CEO of the Motown Museum, Allen Rawls.