Impact 89FM

WDBM-FM 88.9 East Lansing, MI

Student Radio at Michigan State University

City Pulse Live 6/13/12

Jay Kaplan, LGBT Law Project Director of the ACLU of Michigan along with Emily Hovarth and Christ Steele, Co-chairs of Michigan Pride are on to talk about MI Pride Weekend. Paul Dykema, Forestry and Grounds Manager of Lansing discusses going green in Lansing. Richard karp, a developer in Michigan known for the Arbaugh Building talk about progress of the housing market in the city of Detroit.

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Maniac @ The Impact

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzH5jZtD-TQ

Maniac dropped by the studio. Cake in the hair, improv jams, hitchhiking, it’s all related…I swear.

Camera:
Colin Marshall
Jeff Makarauskas

Interview:
Michael Bennett

Edit:
Jared Harburn

Spartan Sportswrap 6/4/12

Dave is joined by a larger panel today as they discuss MSU’s recent victory in the NCAA baseball tournament as well as the problems with the Detroit Tigers and the ongoing NBA and NHL playoffs.

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Afterglow 6/17/2012

Hope everyone had an awesome Fathers Day. Hope the Afterglow made it awesomer.

This show had to run without me on account of the holiday. I was out barbecuing and enjoying family time. As such, the playlist was a repeat of my show from April 15th.

Continue chillin’, friends.

City Pulse Live 6/6/12

Yvonne Camaal Canul, Superintendent of Lansing School District, is on to talk about the reorganization of Lansing Schools. Jocelyn Benson, Secretary of State Democratic Candidate of 2010, discusses election fraud. Jessica York, a City Councilwoman, talks about a new plan for bike parking.

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City Pulse Live 5/30/12

Trevor Thomas, 3rd Congressional District Democratic Candidate is on to talk about the race and general politics.

Terry link, Executive Director of Greater Lansing Food Bank and Go Local organization discusses buying local and micro consumption.

Kyle Melinn of City Pulse talks about the state budget.

Rob Roznowski, Associate President of Acting at MSU calls in to discuss the Michigan Distinguished Professor of the Year Award and MSU Theatre

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