My guilty pleasure song is Fat Lip by Sum 41, and I know it isn’t a recent song or even all that relevant in music lately, but damn, I cannot and will not stop listening to this. Read More…
People might consider East Lansing a college town before they consider it one of the arts. However, with the construction of the Broad Art Museum and a few other initiatives in the community there could be a new outlook for the arts in East Lansing. Miguel Martinez reports. Read More…
Clean Water Action is a national organization that promotes environmental awareness for the Great Lakes through canvassing in Michigan. Impact’s Michelle Feghali reports on the organization, their efforts to educate Michiganders and what MSU students can do.
This week Bill Mathewson, general council member in the Michigan Municipal League calls in to elaborate on the Open Meetings Act, Berl speaks with Alice Brinkman, founder of the REACH Studio Art Center, who calls in to discuss the accessibility of art within the school system, and Gail Philbin talks about big agriculture and what it’s doing to our farmland. Later we hear former and current mayor, David Hollister and Virg Bernero, talk about the budget for the city of East Lansing.
Now make no mistake, as a junior in college, I have the hometown visit down to a science. I have my personal rituals when I return to my home in Sterling Heights; I see particular people, I eat at particular restaurants, I drive down particular roads to particular places.
Tonight on Torch and Twang, Eric plays some old favorites as well as a few artists never to grace the T&T airwaves.
Link Wray- Rawhide- T&T Intro
David Ramirez- Stick Around- Apologies
Israel Nash Gripka- Drown- Barn Doors & Concrete Floors
Langhorne Slim- Cinderella- Be Set Free
The Be Good Tanyas- Lakes of Pontchartain- Blue Horse
Dead Man Winter- Nicotine- Bright Lights Read More…
Much talk and news has surrounded Pope Benedict the 16th and his announcement that he will resign. While the Catholic church is still in search of a new leader, Impact’s Mary Hathaway discovered how East Lansing Catholics responded to the events. Read More…