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Traverse City

  • Researchers look at how to control the parasite that causes swimmer’s itch, a husband-and-wife team of professional mushroom hunters offer their spring foraging tips, and the history of an undergarments factory run by women in the Upper Peninsula.
  • A new study on discrimination against Muslims in Michigan, recent research on concussion treatment and prevention, approaches to student mental health, and a conversation with the University of Michigan's new police chief.
  • Getting Michiganders ready for the coming solar eclipse, tourist season, and construction season compete in Traverse City, and we visit the studio of a Grand Rapids-based multimedia artist.
  • A potential chemical recycling facility opening up in west Michigan, a church in Lansing pitching in on reparations for Black residents, tourism in Traverse City, a conversation with the late associate director of the University of Michigan's Biological Station, and a tight congressional race in Saginaw.
  • How the Israel bombardment of Gaza is affecting voters in Dearborn, a new study on the Michigan State Police and racial disparities, the resurgence of Latin for Detroit Lions fans, and weaving dreamy, three-dimensional landscapes up north.
  • 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.
  • Michigan Football's first national title since 1997, a new book aimed at making physics more accessible, composting efforts in Traverse City's downtown restaurants, a history of female wrestling in Michigan, and the significance of Cartier Buffs for Black Detroiters.
  • The importance of auto shows in flux, new international bridge opening delayed, and behind the scenes with a Traverse City based mixed media artist.
  • Undecided voters weigh in on Trump's legal woes and the 2024 election, a filmmaker and producer who brings queer Muslim experiences to the screen, and the housing crisis in Traverse City
  • "Innervisions" by Stevie Wonder turns 50, what to do with you Michigan cherries, and the fifth installment of Ride of Passage