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Mon June 9, 2014
Stateside for Monday, June 9, 2014
Picture an alley. You're probably thinking of a run-down, grimy, narrow pathway between buildings. But in urban areas across the country, that picture is changing.
Urban alleys are becoming microcosms for urban redevelopment, and today on Stateside, we’ll hear how Detroit is no exception. Then, later in the hour, we find out what's keeping some homeless people in Michigan from accessing the services they need.
Also, thoughts from a dad on #YesAllWomen. And research that suggests your sense of taste might affect how long you live.
But first, Ford, General Motors and the Chrysler Group – who know a thing or two about perilous times and near-death experiences – today offered a $26 million helping hand to the Detroit Institute of Arts.
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