Today on Stateside, we get to know a low-income family that scrapes by on government assistance and odd jobs. And, we hear how this weekend's festival on Belle Isle aims to create community connections through wind, wind crafts, and string.
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- Big Brother is using technology to watch us, but we're also watching each other
- Scraping by on mom's government assistance, low-income family works odd jobs to make ends meet
- It's the busiest people, not the poorest, who eat the most fast food
- Howes: Detroit's business future powered by start-ups, entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists
- Belle Isle kite festival: Creating community connections through wind and string