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The Skeleton by the Lake
In November, 2011 a man and his son were walking along the shore of Lake Michigan when they spotted a body, wedged in the rocks, badly decomposed. At the time, there were very few clues as to who the remains belonged to. The investigation spanned five years and stretched from Wisconsin to Texas to Illinois. It involved multiple agencies and dead ends. But ultimately, it took the skills of a forensic anthropologist from Puerto Rico to get answers—and simultaneously, reveal the difficulties of identifying Latino remains in the United States. This episode was first released on August 3, 2018.
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New exhibitions at the Box Factory; Economic Club Speaker Series at The Mendel; Breaking Character Episode 95
In this week’s episode, Jeremy and Paul are joined by Box Factory for the Arts executive director Kristen Patzer and artists Kristin Hosbein, Kathleen Newman and Carol L. Meyers to talk about their new exhibitions opening Friday at the venue; and The Mendel Center executive director Mike Nadolski and Mainstage director Grace Kelmer announce the 2019-2020 lineup of The Economic Club of Southwestern Michigan Speaker Series at Lake Michigan College.
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JD McPherson, Nora Jane Struthers at BBQ, Blues & Bluegrass; Jersey Boys at The Mendel; Breaking Character Episode 97
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