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Stateside: COVID-19 vaccine trials; hip-hop artist Neisha Ne’shae; kids start nutty school year

Rhoda Baer
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As pharma companies race to come up with a vaccine for COVID-19, Michigan figures largely in those plans.

Today on Stateside, we check-in with Crain’s Detroit Business about the latest in vaccine development for COVID-19. Plus, we talk to a hip-hop artist from Detroit whose career was just picking up steam when the pandemic came crashing down on the music industry. And we ask parents and kids how they're handling the new school year.

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Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.

COVID-19 vaccine recruitment continues despite testing halt, potential Beaumont merger gets messy

Stateside’s conversation with Jay Greene

  • Jay Greene is a senior reporter at Crain's Detroit Business who covers health care.

Detroit’s Neisha Neshae talks about taking her music career to the next level during COVID

Stateside’s conversation with Neisha Neshae

  • Neisha Neshae is a hip-hop artist in Michigan.
  • Support for arts and culture coverage comes in part from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.

“It’s pretty chaotic”: Parents and kids navigate a strange new school year

Stateside’s conversation with Nancy Kaffer and Dustin Walsh

  • Dustin Walsh is a senior reporter for Crain's Detroit Business and the father of preschool twin boys
  • Nancy Kaffer is a columnist at the Detroit Free Press and mother of a fifth grader

Cheers! Tempest without a teapot

Stateside’s conversation with Tammy Coxen and Lester Graham

  • Tammy Coxen is a mixologist and author of "Cheers! to Michigan"
  • Lester Graham is a reporter for Michigan Radio
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