Dave and Megan discuss the Red Wings loss to San Jose in game 7. Will Lidström retire? Should the Tigers move to the Eastern conference? NBA conference finals and the Phoenix Suns President.
Berl talks with Lansing Mayor Virg Benero about the Medical Marijuana ordinance. State representative Joan Bower on the Education budget. Township trustee Brett Dreyfus and musician Ben Hassenger jr.
Dave and Megan talk about the Detroit Tigers prospects. The Red Wings chances of a comeback. Predictions for the NBA playoffs and the Pacquiao vs. Mosley fight.
The Happy Hour Radio Hour – HHour to you! A special Earth Day Eve episode! We discuss Michigan’s place in cell phone spying, and jailing youtube pranksters, photographing food for fun and pleasure, and how many calories is a cat (with or without hair?)
The Impact will be presenting the Frontier Ruckus show at the Loft in downtown Lansing Saturday night! Doors open at 8:00 PM and if you find someone with an Impact shirt, say “WDBM” to get a prize while supplies last!
Get your tickets at Fusion Shows or at the door, but this show is likely to sell out!
We’ll see you there!
One of the messier evenings we’ve had lately, and frankly we don’t think you’re listening anyway, so we decide to run for mayor, look for the best bacon, and try and solve the flaccid vs. crispy debate on our own, thank you very much, America. Also, we nickname Annie “Bannie,” for no good reason. News, and nerd talk, the usual.
We discuss local ninjas with hearts of gold, the amazing ability of the conch shell to regenerate ‘man-parts’ when local predators chew them off (conch’s never learn, do they?), and a rash of thievery of $10 fans. Well, one fan. But they loved this fan. Also, The Vermontville vs. St Johns rivalry heats up! Who will take HHour to the county fair?! Find out, on another edition of HHour! Including the immediately after-show, where there’s cursing and raucousness. NSFW!!
If you’ve been listening to the Asian Invasion you might have heard me mention ShutoCon, an anime convention that will be at the Lansing Center Friday and Saturday March 25 – 26, 2011. This year, ShutoCon will be accepting donations that will go to the Red Cross for Japan earthquake and tsunami relief efforts at the convention registration desk. You can also donate to Japan relief through the American Red Cross at www.redcross.org. Whether you’re a fan of Japanese culture or not, this is a great cause!