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Sportswrap 9/19/11

Dave and Megan give an in depth autopsy of the Spartan loss to Norte Dame and look ahead to the CMU game next week. Hear discussion about the Tigers division win and their playoff chances, in addition to the controversial knock out in the Ortiz Mayweather fight.

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MSU Today 9/16/11

O’Leary Paint CEO David O’Leary, MSU men’s and women’s golf coaches Casey Lubahn and Stacy Slobodnik-Stoll, MSU Police communications director Florene McGlothian-Taylor.

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Spartansporstwrap 9/12/11

After the Spartans victory against FAU, Dave and Megan look ahead. Hear a breakdown on the U of M v. Notre Dame game and the season outlook for the Lions.  Dave and Meagan  also take time to reflect on September 11th as addressed by sports and the death of nearly all the Russian National Hockey Team.

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City Pulse 9/7/11

Ingham County Register of Deeds Curtis Hertel Jr. talks about foreclosure. Stormfield Theatre’s artistic director, Kristine Thatcher, and cast members Richard Marlatt and Richard Henzel talk about their show, “Heroes.” Live music from Zion Godchaux, and his musical partner Russ Randolph.

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Exposure 9/6/11

This week Exposure welcomes MSU professor Helen Viet to discuss  the ethics of aging in the age of youth. We also hear about the Clean Commute Challenge and the Great Lakes Compact. Emily talks with Jerry Adams, owner of farmlink-a virtual farmers market.  This weeks Michigan Storytelling Segment features Steve Amick.

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City Pulse 8/31/11

This week on  City Pulse Lansing City Council member/candidate Carol Wood.Lansing local and drag queen Justin Derke. We also hear from  Michigan Institute of Contemporary Art President Terry and Mid-Michigan Environmental Action Council Director Julie Po.

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