City Pulse 1/25/12

Berl Shwartz sits down with co-host Andy Balaskovitz and guest co-host Bill Castanier for some discussion of Lansing city events.

Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero calls in and Aaron Payment of the Sault Ste Marie Chippewa Indians is in the studio to talk about the possibilities and implications of a Lansing casino.

Dan Young of Spiral Video Dance Club and “Baby Gaga,” a singer/performer come in to discuss the club and it’s new take on burlesque.

Berl talks with Dan Sills, one of the stars of “The Addams Family,” about his role as Gomez and the upcoming show at the Wharton Center.

Guest co-host Bill Castanier talks with poet Bob Hilcok about his poetry and the Lansing Poetry In Movement movement.

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Tonight on Exposure

The Michigan Association of Broadcasters’ talk show of the year airs tonight at 7pm. Topics include the possibility of ending the prohibition of marijuana, religion and politics as it relates to the 2012 elections, and human trafficking in Michigan.

MSU Today Jan. 20, 2012

MSU President Lou Anna Simon, MSU women’s basketball coach Suzy Merchant, Charles Fishman with his book “The Big Thirst – The Secret Life and Turbulent Future of Water.”

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Exposure 1-17-12

Reverend Sokuzan Robert Brown talks about teaching meditation to prison inmates. Kyle Pacynski has a feature about vinyl record stores. Michigan Storytelling segment featuring Jim Daniels

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MSU Today Jan 13 2012

Detroit Free Press automotive columnist Mark Phelan; MSU Beyond Coal president Talya Tavor; Print a Forest entrepreneur Joe Miller; Jack DeBoer with his book Risk Only Money.

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Exposure 1/24/12

Mohammad Khalil of the Department of Religious Studies and Frank Ravitch of the College of Law discuss the role of religion in politics.

Jane White, the Director of the Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force, speaks about the realities of human trafficking in the modern world.

Jake Fromm of the University of Michigan Students for Sensible Drug Policy speaks about the petition in Michigan to legalize marijuana.

The Michigan Storytelling segment features RCAH Center for poetry: Poetry in Motion.

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City Pulse 1/18/12

Bill Castanier is guest Co-Hosting.

Jeff Gibson, owner of Superior Grower Supply and Hydroponics International, discusses the stigma of hydroponics and the advantages and disadvantages of medical marijuana.

Eric Freedman, co-author of “Presidents and Black America,” talks about the book, and the history of the relationship between presidents and slavery.

Bonnie Joe Campbell calls in to talk about her writings, suburbia, and meth.

Edward Watts, Associate Chairman of MSU English Department discusses coming events, including upcoming films, discussions, and presentations.

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Danny’s Top 10 K-Pop Songs of 2011

 

It was interesting to see my co-host Danny’s picks for the Top 10 K-Pop songs of 2011.  I’d only met him last spring, scouting him out at KSO’s annual Korean “Gayoje” song festival, but in the several months that we’ve been hosting the Asian Invasion together, I’ve come to have a better understanding of his taste in music.  Just as I was this year and probably will continue to be a sucker for sugary-sweet bubblegum pop (Hyuna’s “Bubble Pop!” was my #1 song), Danny seems to be a sucker for catchy hip-hop and fierce female vocalists.

Have a look yourself; it will be a completely different view of 2011 than my own, (with the exception of Sistar19′s “Ma Boy” and 2PM’s “Hands Up,” which made it onto both of our lists).

 

10] Phantom – “Hole In Your Face”

Phantom made it in time before the year ended, and they sure left quite an impression.
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