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Stateside: Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023

Today, a recap of Governor Whitmer's State of the State address. Then, we spoke with Myron Elkins, a southwest Michigan singer whose debut Americana album "Factories, Farms, and Amphetamines" is an ode to the Midwest, with all its grit and authenticity. Plus, we talked about the streaming service Tubi, its Black cinema section, and how Detroit is emerging as a creative hub for independent Black filmmakers.

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  • Colin Jackson, reporter, Michigan Public Radio Network
  • Alyssa McMurtry, journalist, Gongwer News Service Michigan
  • Myron Elkins, country singer/songwriter, frontman for Myron Elkins and the Dying Breed
  • Phil Lewis, journalist and senior front page editor, Huffington Post
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