Detroit Lions’ losing game vs. the Jets. Future of the Lions franchise. Detroit Pistons win. MLB discussion. Dave’s interesting facts.
Tune into the Impact to win tickets to Megamind, starring Will Ferrell and Brad Pitt, out now at Celebration Cinema in Lansing. More information can be found at celebrationcinemas.com.
Slutty costumes vs. scary costumes. Boy receives detention for farting. Tank rants against bicyclists ignoring the rules. Heated discussion on the elections (of library millage), the weekend rundown, and we declare a nemesis.
Completely skipped the fact that it’s 11/11, make a wish. Wish for Happy Hour Podcast? Public Offenders return to promote Macs to the Future Part II, we segue to an interview with comedian Neil Hamburger, who possibly experiences an untimely death on-air. David Sedaris and my dad (aka Lawrence Glazer, aka Electric Chair Larr’) will both be signing their new books at Schulers Books in Lansing, on Monday & Tuesday (respectively). And we push for the Veronica Mars movie to be made. Who will help me get Kristen Bell on the horn for an interview?
Win tickets to see Morning Glory, courtesy of Celebration Cinema, starring Rachel McAdams! Tune into the Impact this week and you could win a pair of tickets to see the movie, now playing at Celebration Cinema. More information can be found at celebrationcinema.com.
Economics professor Charles Ballard. Osteopathic physician John Goudreau, director of MSU’s Translational Neurobiology Research Unit. MSU alumnus M.L. Elrick, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter from the Detroit Free Press. Soji Adelaja, director of the Land Policy Institute. John Hill, director of Alumni Career Services for the MSU Alumni Association.
Jack Lessenberry. Joan Nelson, executive director of the Allen Neighborhood Center. Ingham County Treasurer & Land Bank Chairman Eric Schertzing. George Berghorn, chairman of Lansing Community College’s Environment, Design and Building Technologies Department.