Emily Fox reports on Beehive Recording and the preservation of Detroit’s musical sound. The Anthony Stanco Quartet performs and talks about the East Lansing Summer Solstice Jazz Festival. Paul Moore calls in to talk about his company, Start Garden. Michigan Storytelling segment features Scott Lasser, author of “Say Nice Things About Detroit.”
Kirk Heinze talks with MSU Museum Director Gary Morgan about the museum’s Echoes of Silent Spring exhibit. Crystal Mountain Resort & Spa CEO Jim MacInnes talks about green initiatives at the renowned resort. Michigan Office of the Great Lakes Director Patty Birkholz discusses issues impacting our Great Lakes. Russ White talks with representatives of the award-winning and Lansing-based O’Leary Paint Company.
Inspiring and courageous Spartan gymnast Kathryn Mahoney and her coach Kathie Klages talk with MSU President Lou Anna Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis. Simon and Hollis also talk with the dean of sports broadcast journalism in mid-Michigan, Tim Staudt.
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.
Kenny Vasoli from Vacationer chats to us about working with new styles of music while the band performs “Good as New” off their recent release entitled Gone.
Tune in from 7-8pm to learn how a Detroit recording company is preserving the city’s sound. Also, learn about Start Garden, a Grand Rapids organization that gives millions away to the best ideas in Michigan.
Congratulations to Dave and Megan on doing an amazing job the last 2 years on the Sportswrap. In their last show they discuss the Tigers recent inter-league play as well as the NBA finals and Megan gives us one more NASCAR update from MIS.
Maniac hung out with us recently in our studio. Oh, and they jammed. Hard.
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.
Dave is back with only one show left to discuss the Detroit Tigers and their recent victories as well the NBA and NHL playoffs.