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Politics & Culture
Thu August 8, 2013
Stateside for Thursday, August 8th, 2013
Very few people have experienced life on Antarctica, but a Michigan-born film director spent a year on the continent. On today's show: a conversation about his new film No Horizon Anymore: A Yearlong Journey to the South Pole.
And, we spoke to an astronomy professor from the University of Michigan about the history of UFOs in Michigan.
Also, is there a shortage of skilled workers in Michigan? Rick Haglund joined us to explain why there is no clear answer.
First on the show, the primary election of 2013 is history. Now the focus shifts to the November general election.
For the two candidates who want to become Detroit's next mayor, it's time to take stock of the harsh realities facing the city and craft a clear campaign message that addresses those stark truths.
Stephen Henderson has been issuing that challenge from the pages of the Detroit Free Press throughout the campaign, and now that the two challengers have emerged from the primary, we wanted to get his thoughts.
Stephen Henderson, the Editorial Page Editor of the Detroit Free Press, joined us today.