MSU’s Broad Art Museum is opening this weekend and with it an exhibit by German artist Jochen Gerz . The project, titled ” The Gift: Lansing, Michigan,” invites community members to have their portraits taken, becoming part of the museum’s art collection. Impact’s Emanuele Berry had trouble keeping a straight face during her photo session.
Check out The Impact Vibe’s interview with JScripts. The American rapper, producer, and member of the group Straight Flush took the time to speak with the Vibe’s Antonice. Find out more about his flow and what happens when you miss your bus on tour.
MSU’s Outback Bowl win. Penn State, Northwestern and Iowa fall short. A look ahead at the Sugar Bowl. MSU Basketball defeats Indiana and a weigh in on the Lions chances against the saints.
The Detroit Lions will head to the playoffs for the first time in nearly a decade. A look ahead to the MSU vs. Georgia football game and the beginning of MSU Men’s basketball conference play. And finally, the NBA returns. Breakdowns of the Lakers vs. Bulls and the Mavericks vs. the Heat.
This week on Impact Exposure Bill Latta and Lynda Boomer talk about the MSU’s better building challenge. MSU students Dominic Nangea and Juluis Kuya talk about their journey from Kenya to East Lansing. Dave Lorenz on the Wisconsin mitten battle. This weeks Michigan Storytelling Segment features Larry Neitzert, author of Barn Stories.
This week on Impact Exposure find out how you can buy local this holiday season. Ray Walsh of Curious Bookshop. Linda Dufelmeier of Mackerel Sky. Gail Catron KIRABO. Alice Foster Stocum of Michigania.
This week on Impact Exposure Michael Lawrence of MSU College of Law discuss his book Radicals in Their Own Time: Four Hundred Years of Struggle. Jazz singer Tamara Mayes. Director of Sustainable Agriculture, Dan Clay talks about sustainable coffee programs in Africa. This weeks Michigan story telling segment features best selling author Jennifer Chiaverini.
This Week Emily gets ready for Thanksgiving with a food themed show.
This week on Exposure folk- rock group, Blitzen Trapper and Michigan folk artist Seth and May Bernard. In studio we welcome the Grand River Boys of the Mid-Michigan Bluegrass Association. Susan Woods of the East Lansing Film Festival. Matthew Fletcher of MSU college of Law and Shelly White from MSU Peace Corps.