Bridge’s next Lunch Break will look at what’s next for our 2021 reporting

Bridge Michigan invites readers to join our team Tuesday, Jan. 26 for a forward-looking discussion about what you can expect from our reporting in 2021. We’ve assembled Bridge’s editorial leadership to give you a look ahead and answer questions you might have about Bridge’s plans and goals for 2021.

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Grab your lunch and pull up a chair in front of your computer as we discuss and answer your questions! You’ll have an opportunity to pre-submit your questions on our Lunch Break registration form, and, if time allows, we’ll take additional questions during the event.

This hourlong discussion will be led by Bridge president and CEO John Bebow, senior editor David Zeman, managing editor Joel Kurth and business editor Paula Gardner. 

Bridge’s Lunch Break monthly series focuses on timely topics facing our state. Previous Lunch Break discussions have centered on racial equity in Michigan, the impact of COVID-19 on K-12 education, high water levels in the Great Lakes, the ins and outs of the November election and readers’ COVID-19-related questions.

How to join this live Zoom discussion

Our hourlong Lunch Break discussion is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 26 from noon to 1 p.m. To be invited to participate, please complete this form and we’ll send you the link via email. You will also be able to pre-submit your questions to our team on this form.

To learn more about how to join a Zoom meeting, watch this short video below. Zoom is free to use, and you can use the video call function on your computer, tablet or phone, or you can call into the meeting using the conference line function.

To regularly receive advance notification of what our nonprofit newsroom is planning and member-exclusive benefits, such as free Bridge event tickets, copies of our bimonthly Bridge Book Club selections and more, become a Bridge Club member today.   

We look forward to talking with you on Jan. 26.

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