33 Min Released Jan 6, 2017

Will Magic Save 2017?

Welcome back to “The Stakes,” where this week is all about looking ahead. Coming up on the show today:

Part 1: We take a look at the future of humanitarian aid as producer Kasia Mychajlowycz speaks with Sunita Grote, manager of UNICEF’s Innovation Fund, about how they’re investing in drones to help children around the world.

Part 2: Producer James T. Green talks about the evolution of libraries with Josie Parker of the Ann Arbor District Library — which is lending out way more than books.

Part 3: Producer Mukta Mohan makes a pilgrimage to Maja D'Aoust, a.k.a. the White Witch of The West to find out what the ~ stars ~ have in store for us this year.

Part 4: Poet in residence Marcus Ellsworth is here with a new piece titled "Choose Your Words Wisely."

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