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Torch and Twang 5/13/14

The Progressive Torch and Twang is live at 8pm tonight featuring Sarah Jarosz, Lake Street Dive, Rosanne Cash, and other nominees from the 2014 Americana Music Association Awards! Tune in later for new music from John Fullbright, and your favorite classics to boot.

Playlist:

Link Wray- Raw Hide- T&T Intro

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Noah Gundersen- Ledges- Ledges

Show Ponies- Baby, I’m In Love With You- We’re Not Lost

Moonlight Social- Heading South- Heading South

Driftwood- Outer Space- Driftwood Read More…

Two students complete 31-day raw food challenge

Michigan State University students Gabriela Saldivia and Colin Marshall challenged themselves both mentally and physically as they participated in a 31-day raw food diet. They documented their experiences on their blog as they only ate food in its natural form. Impact’s Abbie Newton talks to the duo as they speak about their new perspectives on food.

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Exposure 11/26/13

Tonight on Exposure, Abbie Newton talks with an MSU economist about research on finding satisfaction in the workplace and to the Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness about Homeless Awareness Week. She also speaks with an MSU professor about the Cyclotron on campus. Krav Maga enthusiasts also visit the studio to give listeners some insight into this ancient self-defense system developed in Israel and Hungary. Regular contributor Miguel Martinez delves deeper into the Foster Care system in Michigan. Impact reporter Will Mianecki explores a campus group called Mad House. And lastly, reporter Santiago Montiel explores how international students celebrate Thanksgiving. Read More…

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Broad Art Museum celebrates new Hope Gangloff exhibit with lecture, concert

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The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum celebrated the first full week of school with a new art exhibit and an outdoor concert on Friday, Sept. 6. New York artist Hope Gangloff came to East Lansing for the opening of her contemporary art exhibit at the museum. Community members enjoyed conversations with Gangloff as Wayne Szalinski and The People’s Temple performed in the courtyard.

Photography provided by Colin Marshall

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