Andy Balaskavitz interviews Dave Sheets (Discount Dave’s Buy-It-Rite) and Noel Heikkinen (Riverview Church) about an interest in property and the rejuvenation of REO Town in South Lansing. MSU Urban Planning Professor Mark Wilson talks about the Grand River Avenue Corridor and plans to turn the vacant Barnes and Noble into something useful. Last but not least, Dr. Renee Canady of the Ingham County Health Department and Valerie Anderson with the Capital Area Health Alliance are interviewed about a new initiative.
A general store opened in Old Town, Lansing in early May, and will have its grand opening on Saturday, June 15. Impact’s Abbie Newton traveled to Old Town General Store to talk to owner Rhea Van Atta about her idea to bring Michigan-made, organic, and natural products to the area.
Tonight on Exposure, Abbie Newton goes in the field to tour the new Old Town General Store with owner Rhea Van Atta. Michigan State University Associate Professor in Psychology Devin McAuley and Department of Psychology Chair Juli Wade talk about how Australian songbirds are broadening research on stuttering in humans. Also on the show, Spartan alumni Arro Verse speaks about her new song, “Marry Me” and her life as a Los Angeles independent artist. Lastly, former Marine sniper and now Michigan State student, Logan Stark, chats about his documentary film and experience in the military.
On tonight’s show, David DeFever and Zac Seyula of the Impact sports team are abound with NBA news. Miami Heat Vs. San Antonio Spurs re-cap and further playoff predictions, Denver Nugget’s loose George Karl to the Coach of the Year curse, and NBA draft predictions also on the agenda. Stanley Cup Playoffs are entering its final stages as the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins face off and the recent considerations for a safer professional hockey game.
Tonight’s Accidental Blues are packed with classics from Muddy Waters to Howlin’ Wolf to Elmore James. Albert King’s Born Under A Bad Sign on tonight’s artist spotlight, newly remastered by Joe Tarantino at Stax Records.
B.B. King – Broken Promise
Buddy Guy – 7-11
Big James And The Chicago Playboys – All Your Love
Chicago Rhythm & Blues Kings – Poor Man
Lansing City Councilwoman A’Lynne Robinson voices concern for the decision to allow the Lansing Office of Community and Faith Based Initiatives a place in the budget. City Pulse Columnist Kyle Melinn discusses the race for Carl Levin’s open Senate seat. Representative Mark Schauer announces his bid for governor and County Register Of Deeds Curtis Hertel Jr discusses foreclosures and his run for the U.S. Senate.
On the show today we have Aaron Jordan and Spencer Ray, a couple new faces to Sportswrap. Listen for a Redwings Game 7 retrospective and a current update on the Stanley Cup Playoffs, predictions for Game 7 regarding the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat, and Rutger’s possible Athletic Director Julie Herman’s controversial past.
Tim Hunnicut on today’s City Pulse, a local entrepreneur speaks on an investment about a local Genesee School purchase. Chris Swope, Lansing City Clerk and Lansing Real Estate Attorney Greg McClelland chat about same sex marriage property rights. City Council members Kathie Dunbar and Carol Wood on the show as well to discuss the recently approved city budget.
Tonight in sports as Game 6 fires up between the Detroit Redwings and the Chicago Blackhawks, Alex and Max discuss their progress. MSU football expenses discussed as well as the College football career of player turned rapper, Jay Harris. Also, the Tiger Woods-Sergio Garcia “feud” heats up the game of golf. NBA playoffs are also on the agenda with a review of the recent Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers Game.
If you’re feeling funky, so are we. Robert Cray, Bobby Rush, And Carey Bell starting things off funky fresh. On tonight’s artist spotlight, Blues Women International – Hopson Sessions. Some of the talent on this album include, Sunday Wilde, Julia Magness, and Joni Buffulohead.
Carey Bell – Lonesome Stranger
Lurrie Bell – All Over Again
Robert Cray Band – Nothing Against You
Chris Murphy – Funkalishus