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13.1 Schedule Updates

6/18 at 8:30p: Off the Record "Guest: Sen. Jeremy Moss, (D) Oakland County"
Description: Our guest this week is state Sen. Jeremy Moss trying to expand the state civil rights law to include the LGBTQ community. Our lead story...the governor poised to return Michigan to normal before July 1.

6/24 at 3p: Too Soon to Forget: The Journey of Younger Onset Alzheimers Disease
Description: An in-depth look at the particulars of Alzheimer's disease focuses on its effects and impacts.  

6/27 at 3:30p: Great Lakes Now "Cleanups and Competitions"
Description: One lakeside town struggles with PFAS pollution from a local Air Force base, while cities around the region race to remove and replace thousands of lead water pipes. And after a year-long delay, Great Lakes sailors head to the “2020” Olympics. 

7/25 at 3:30p: Great Lakes Now "Storms, Sanctuary, and Suckers"
Description: After storms wreak havoc with a waterfront park in Duluth, the city rebuilds — but will the new park withstand the next storm? Chicago isn’t a great place for birds, but at one sanctuary on the city’s shoreline, endangered birds are finding a home. And, in creeks on Lake Michigan’s western shore, researchers track the movements of suckers, a Great Lakes fish that’s misunderstood and underappreciated.
 

Summer of Possibilities

13.3 WNMU-TV PLUS Schedule Updates

7/3 at 8p: Great Performances at the Met "Jonas Kaufmann in Concert"
Description: The superstar tenor sings a program of classic arias from the Baroque interior of the historic Polling Abbey located in the Bavarian countryside outside Munich, Germany.

7/4 at 1p: Great Performances at the Met "Jonas Kaufmann in Concert"

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