Dave discusses Michigan State Vs. Ohio State Basketball game, as well as the Redwings potentially breaking the home game stretch record. 2-13-12
“Ocean Doctor” David Guggenheim, MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon, MSU College of Communications Arts & Sciences Dean Pam Whitten, Pulitzer Prize-winning MSU J-School alumnus M.L. Elrick
Tonight on Exposure the Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle perform live.
John Kinch & Julie Powers speak about the Mid-Michigan Program for Greater Sustainability.
Guy McPherson, Professor Emeritus of the University of Arizona, speaks about the topic of environmental sustainability. Rita Chapman of the Sierra Club speaks about the controversies of hydrofracking.
Tonight we will focus on environmental issues in the state as well as have an in-studio performance from the Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle. Tune in from 7-8pm.
Hola a todos. Had a great show, gave away a copy of Air’s new release Le Voyage Dans La Lune. They’ve just released a new DVD edition of the film, which was originally produced in 1902. The hand-painted color version was thought lost, but it was rediscovered in 1993 and restored for the new release. All, of course, scored by Air. You can read more here.
If you missed out and you’re wishing you had one of the new DVDs, don’t forget we’ve still got two more to give away.
This evening’s full playlist can be browsed below at your leisure.
Host Berl Schwartz and co-host Andy Balaskovitz discuss relevant issues in the Lansing area.
We call Jay Kaplan, Director of GBLT from ACLU, to talk about same sex marriage and Prop 8 debate in California.
Joel Ferguson, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Michigan State University, calls in to talk about about the Chairman runnings, the Lansing Casino, and campus/student issues.
Lori Black, the mother of Shayla Johnson, joins us in studio to discuss the alleged inaccuracy of her daughter’s murder in the local media, the recent conviction of her murderer, and the court proceedings surrounding the issue.
Finally, Kyle Melinn from City Pulse, is on to talk about the implications of the Pete Hoekstra superbowl commercial and the presidential election.
Dave discusses all things Super Bowl, big plays, coaching decisions, and commercials. College basketball and hockey are also discussed. 2-6-12
Seattle hip-hop duo Blue Scholars chats with us about storytelling and combining a music career with activism. Much respect to these guys for making a difference.
Host Berl Schwartz talks to Zach Pol, Community Director of We The People, about the rights and fees of worker union members.
David Hollister, former Mayor of Lansing, calls in to discuss the Lansing Casino proposition, related scholarship programs for the Lansing area, and the growth of manufacturing in the greater Lansing area.
Fred Karger, an openly-gay Republican candidate for the presidential election, is on the show to talk about homosexuality in politics and the upcoming Michigan primary.
In the studio, we are joined by Chad DeKatch, a singer in Stephen Sondheim’s “Company,” to discuss his career, the Holt/Diamondale Community Players, and performing in general.