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Stateside: Thursday, March 23, 2023

Today, we talked basketball with Brendan Quinn of The Athletic before Michigan State goes head-to-head with Kansas State in tonight's Sweet 16 game. Then, a conversation about how ketamine — a hallucinogenic drug with origins in Detroit — might be used to treat a range of mental health disorders. Plus, we headed to Romulus to visit the studio of Judy Bowman — a Detroit-born-and-raised collage artist whose work centers on exalting America's Black culture.

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  • Brendan Quinn, senior writer, The Athletic
  • Dustin Walsh, senior reporter, Crain's Detroit Business
  • Judy Bowman, mixed-media collage artist and former principal at Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences
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