For this Radio Collage, we revisit performances from the recently completed Interlochen Arts Academy year. There's lots of diversity, with music by Maurice Ravel, Sir Arthur Sullivan, and Dave Brubeck. We'll also hear works by students from the Comparative Arts, Creative Writing and Singer-Songwriter programs.
The Environment Report for Tuesday, August 19, 2014- Dow cleanup
The Environmental Protection Agency has a plan for cleaning up soil contaminated by dioxins along the Tittabawasee River floodplain. The floodplain extends along 21 miles of the river below the Dow Chemical plant in Midland.
Gourmet food trucks have seen remarkable growth in recent years.
A new University of Michigan study looks at the phenomena.
Researcher Todd Schifeling is a doctoral candidate in sociology at UM. He’s also a big fan of food trucks. In fact, he says he was spending so much time eating at his local food truck, he thought he might as well get some research done at the same time.
Schifeling says gourmet food trucks tend to grow in communities with active locally grown food scenes and more than the average number of college graduates.