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Stateside for Thursday, October 9, 2014

Today on Stateside:

  • Daniel Howes from The Detroit News tells us how 70 years of history crashes up against the realities of building Jeep Wranglers in 2014.
  • We get the answer to an MI Curious question posed by a listener: "What is the status of the Enbridge pipelines at the bottom of Lake Michigan running through the Straits of Mackinac?"
  • What about MSU's Head Coach and AD calling out Spartan fans for leaving early during last Saturday's late-night game against Nebraska? Michigan Radio's sports commentator John U. Bacon shares his views.
  • It's been two years since indie-folk artist Chris Bathgate has taken to a stage. Michigan Radio's Emily Fox discovers why he's back and what's new with his music.
  • With so many in Michigan with business and personal ties to China, we look at what the Hong Kong student protests might mean for mainland China.
  • Continuing our series this week, we explore another story from the Upper Peninsula: a kayak adventure.

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