Timothy Busfield and Melissa Kaplan talk about an upcoming theatrical performance at Lansing Community College and Ryan Wurt and Paul Holland discuss Art Attack, a local music and art festival. Later, an interview with candidates Jeff Oesterle and Tom Cochran is heard concerning their race for the 67th House seats.
Matthew Caws, frontman of Nada Surf kindly took a seat with us to chat about the concept behind The Stars are Indifferent to Astronomy, staying relevant in an ever-changing music industry, and a funny story from tour.
The holiday weekend feels gooood. It’s like we’re skipping Monday altogether. Let’s all put our feet up to some Afterglow. Playlist going up live below, good friends.
Jack Ebley talks about the upcoming MSU football season, Bill Fehsenfeld calls in to talk about Schuler Books & Music, and chairman of the Lansing Park Board, Rick Kibbey, joins Berl in studio to discuss the local parks and their future in the area.
Electric car and solar energy guru Ty Newell on his journey driving his Ford Focus Electyric from New York to Illinois. Also the new director of the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Jamie Clover Adams, Schupan Recycling’s Roger Cargill on a MSU/CMU recycling challenge at the Spartans/Chippewas football game September 8 in Mt. Pleasant, and Driving Growth.org’s Sarah Mullkoff on how fuel efficiency standards impact job growth in the auto industry.
Alex gives away his first prize of the year. As always, he returns this week with the latest news in MSU sports as well as updates from the NFL, MLB, and more.
From the MSU Today Impact Exposure archives, Michigan State University President Lou Anna Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with MSU football coach Mark Dantonio and former Spartan quarterback Kirk Cousins. Coach Dantonio previews the 2012 season.
Alex is back and this week offers a prize for correctly answering the Question of the week. As always he has the latest in sports news from the MLB, NFL, and Spartan sports.
Once a week, the skies open, the moonlight spilleth forth, and from our humble radio tower in East Lansing I bring you… the Afterglow. The summer is drawing to a close. The holiday weekend is right around the corner, and classes at MSU are starting up this week. Let’s play it out with some chill tunes.
Playlist going up live below!
Burl and Andy talk to developer Joel Ferguson and Lansing City Council President Brian Jeffries in a prerecorded segment followed by an interview and performance with local band Mighty Medicine. Later, 55th District Chief Judge Thomas Boyd calls in to discuss the local court system.