Timothy Busfield and Melissa Kaplan talk about an upcoming theatrical performance at Lansing Community College and Ryan Wurt and Paul Holland discuss Art Attack, a local music and art festival. Later, an interview with candidates Jeff Oesterle and Tom Cochran is heard concerning their race for the 67th House seats.
Jack Ebley talks about the upcoming MSU football season, Bill Fehsenfeld calls in to talk about Schuler Books & Music, and chairman of the Lansing Park Board, Rick Kibbey, joins Berl in studio to discuss the local parks and their future in the area.
Burl and Andy talk to developer Joel Ferguson and Lansing City Council President Brian Jeffries in a prerecorded segment followed by an interview and performance with local band Mighty Medicine. Later, 55th District Chief Judge Thomas Boyd calls in to discuss the local court system.
Mark Breedlove, professor of neuroscience at MSU, discusses a documentary on the roots of homosexuality and Julie Winkler, geography professor, calls in to talk about global warming. Later, a political roundtable looking at the results of the primary election and what’s coming up in the general election is heard.
Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing joins Kristan Small to discuss the recent suicide of Steven Rigby, State Representatives Sam Singh and Andy Schor discuss the recent election, and Kyle Melinn calls in to discuss local politics.
Susan McGillicuddy, Frank Lambert, and George Nastas III discuss candidates for the 69th District House seat while Kyle Melinn calls in to talk about local politics concerning the Lansing area. Mike Story, a local jazz musician, also calls in to talk about Jazz Fest 2012.