Impact’s Abbie Newton reports on Michigan liquor control codes changing. Phil gardner, a report author, discusses msu’s annual recruiting trends report. Luke Hackney and Holly Johnson of Lansing Art Works talk about fostering the community through art. Ken Whitinger of Shop Local Lansing discusses Black Friday shopping.
Andy hosts with Sam Inglot as residents of Walnut neighborhood, Mary Elaine Kiener and Rina Rispet, join us in studio to share their thoughts on NioWave’s recent construction of a new building. Ron Van Timmeren, VP of programming for Loeks Theatres, also calls in to talk about Studio C and later we hear an interview with Joan Bauer, state representative.
Happy Thanksgiving Day Week! The Spartan Sportswrap takes it easy this week with an open phone line all show. Alex discusses the recent additions to the Big Ten conference, the MSU football team’s recent loss, and breaks down the MSU basketball teams starting lineup. Listen next week for a new question of the week as well as the latest news from your favorite sports.
The playlist from tonight’s show:
Primary – “요지경 / Zoo (feat. Supreme Team, Yankie, Mellow)”
Son Dambi – “눈물이 주르륵 / Dripping Tears”
2PM – “マスカレード / Masquerade”
Fiestar – “We Don’t Stop”
Epik High – “Don’t Hate Me”
Girls Generation Jessica – “My Lifestyle (feat. Dok2)”
Geeks & Soyu – “Officially Missing You, Too”
So I hear some people over on Sit or Spin were ripping on Atoms for Peace (the supergroup composed of Thom Yorke from Radiohead, Flea from the Chili Peppers, and other fine musicians). That just won’t do. I had the joy of being introduced to their new single Default by a listener a few weeks ago, and that’s some good stuff. I think I’ve gotta play some Radiohead or something tonight to bring balance back into the universe. If you have something good in mind, go ahead and give me a call on our request line, 517-884-8989.
As usual, the playlist is going up live below!
Andy fills in as host for Berl with Ingham County Drain Commissioner Pat Lindemann calling in to discuss waste runoff in the Red Cedar River. We also hear from Yannet Lathrop, policy analyst at the MI League for Public Policy, who tells of the upcoming fiscal cliff. Later we hear about the future of the Cristo Ray Community center in East Lansing.