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Politics & Culture
Thu June 13, 2013
Stateside for Thursday, June 13th, 2013
Close your eyes for a moment and think about what America looked like, say, in 1962, the furniture, the architecture, the cars. We explore the huge role Michigan had in mid-20th century design.
And, before National Fudge Day--yes there is such a thing--we take a trip to Mackinac Island, which has a pretty legitimate claim as the modern day Capital of Fudge.
And, we interviewed an entrepreneur from Waterford who has developed a unique way for women to show appreciation for the men in their lives.
Also, we took a look at the recent Pew research report.
First on the show, we turned to Detroit News Columnist Daniel Howes for our weekly Thursday check-in.
The theme for today's conversation seems to be: the Day of Reckoning is at hand for Detroit.