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  • The heat waves and other challenges that test the way neighbors show up for each other. Also, the city of Muskegon rethinks its waterfront for Great Lakes Cruisers. Plus, a DIY comic book series telling stories of queer black icons. And we take a trip to the Motown Museum.
  • Rund Abdelfatah and Ramtin Arablouei, the hosts and co-creators of NPR's Throughline, joined Stateside to discuss what they've learned after five years of producing the program. The show dissects how moments in history shape the world we live in today. Throughline airs on Michigan Public at 8:00 p.m. every Saturday.
  • What’s going on with UAW workers at a Stellantis plant in Toledo? Also, interpreting history for people who want to understand the present, we speak with the hosts for the show Throughline. And the director of an ensemble that united musicians from all over the Americas talks about an upcoming performance in Michigan and connecting young musicians.
  • What the electric vehicle revolution means for Michigan’s copper mining industry. Also, the debate over the future of the Palisades nuclear plant, and a broader nuclear future in Michigan. And, we meet one Detroit creative dedicated to sharing the stories of other Black women artists and makers.
  • A look at state legislative races, Great Lakes fisheries learning Icelandic techniques, the best advice on drawing, when U.S. women lost their citizenship, and remembering the push to divest Michigan from apartheid-era South Africa.
  • A conversation with one of the newest members of Michigan’s Natural Resource Commission, the culinary career of a recipient of Michigan State's Outstanding Alumni Award, and the history of a nearly forgotten national outdoor recreation gear empire from the UP.
  • If you miss it, the next time a total solar eclipse is projected to be visible in the continental United States is not until August of 2044.
  • What reopening the Palisades nuclear power plant might mean for nearby communities, where hemlock wooly adelgids are found in Michigan and how they are managed, and a look at the Laurentide Ice Sheet's history in the Great Lakes.
  • A new book co-authored by a Michigan State University professor, suggests ways to bring Asian American history into the classroom, even if it’s not in the mandated curriculum.
  • The Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission ordered to make quick changes, the Arab American experience though Dearborn voices, a Flint inventor who gave us two-sided toast and the electric oven, and delivering doughnuts on the Great Lakes.