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Stateside for Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Today on Stateside:

  • Detroit Free Press writer John Gallagher discusses the hotel boom happening in downtown Detroit.
  • The chair Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in 150 years ago this week will be on display outside its normal exhibit for audiences to get a closer view at the Henry Ford tomorrow, and admission is free all day.
  • This week is International Dark Sky week, and Michigan is home to an International Dark Sky park along with three Dark Sky Preserves.
  • With so many crowdfunding campaigns online, Michigan Radio social media producer Kimberly Springer tells us how to determine what is worth giving to.
  • New science fiction anthology Octavia’s Brood uses the genre to explore social activism.
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