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Stateside: Political roundup; rethinking digital performance; haunted houses adapt for pandemic


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Today on Stateside, an artist and an architect come together to rethink what performance spaces look like in the era of physical distancing. Also, with Halloween right around the corner we’ll explore the changed aspects of the haunted house business.

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Political roundup: Misogyny behind alleged terrorist plot; what does the GOP look like after Trump?

  • John Sellek is the founder and CEO of Harbor Strategic Public Affairs.
  • Nancy Kaffer is a Columnist at the Detroit Free Press.

Designers, architects, and musicians collaborate to reinvent live performance during pandemic

  • Akari Komura is a graduate student at the University of MIchigan’s School of Music, Theatre, and Dance and Japanese composer-vocalist.
  • Anya Sirota is an architectural designer, Associate Professor and Associate Dean at Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan.
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Retired Detroit police officer has a new beat diving in Michigan lakes around the state

  • Lexi Krupp is the Science and Conservation Reporter for Interlochen Public Radio.
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Monsters in masks: How one haunted house is adapting for a pandemic Halloween 

  • Ed Terebus is co-owner of Erebus Haunted Attraction in Pontiac.

Cheers! An old pal in an Old Pal

  • Tammy Coxen is the owner of Tammy’s Tastings.
  • Lester Graham is a reporter at Michigan Radio.

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