Check out this weeks Spartan Sportswrap for big updates on the Michigan State Spartans and Detroit Tigers. As always Alex will cover all your bases with news from Lions Football and Piston Basketball as well.
Michigan State University President Lou Anna Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with their counterparts from Ann Arbor: U of M President Mary Sue Coleman and Wolverines Athletic Director David Brandon. And Admiral Dennis McGinn tells Kirk Heinze about the American Council on Renewable Energy
This week Alex and the gang start things off discussing post season baseball and the Detroit Tigers on their way to the World Series. As always they bring you the latest news in Michigan sports from around the state. Listen in every week Live on 88.9 FM from 7:00-8:00 P.M. or here on the web.
Sit or Spin was kind enough to introduce us this week with some floaty space music. Now that they’ve taken care of the blast-off, all we have to float. The playlist is going up live below, for those of you playing at home.
Prepare for two hours of awesome, the Afterglow’s drifting into the airwaves tonight. Still warm enough for the robe and slippers in the studio, so I’m rockin’ ‘em. The playlist goes up live below, so keep your refreshing finger handy!
Jamie Farr calls in to talk to Berl about his role as “Klinger” in the television series “M*A*S*H”, Joan Nelson talks with Andy about her involvement with the Allen Neighborhood Center and the upcoming event “The Big Fuss About Food”, and we hear an interview with the candidates for the LCC Board of Trustees.
Mutemath gave us some time before their sold out show at The Loft in Lansing, MI. What font are you?
Kyle Melinn, Editor of the MIRS Newsletter, calls in to talk Lansing politics and the presidential debate. Politics legend Gil Wanger is on to discuss the way Lansing politics used to be run. John Lindenmayer, Advocacy and Policy Director for the League of Michigan Bicyclists, joins us to discuss the new bike lane on Saginaw St. Robin Reynolds and Rock Murdock, Executive Directors at the Michigan Association of Health Plans talk about the millage increase needed to support the Ingham Health Plan.