MSU President Lou Anna Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with University Research Corridor Executive Director Jeff Mason. Kirk Heinze talks with Spartan alumnus and Grand Traverse Pie Company co-founder Mike Busley about buying locally for the holidays and beyond. And Kirk breaks down Governor Snyder’s recent message on energy and the environment with renewable energy advocate Mark Pischea. And MSU Sports Medicine’s Dr. Jeff Kovan offers his winter fitness tips.
The playlist from tonight’s show:
Primary – “씨스루 / See Through (feat. Zion.T, Gaeko of Dynamic Duo)”
Girls Generation – “Beep Beep”
Epik High – “사랑한다면 해선 안될 말 / If You Love, You Should Say It”
Queen Sea Big Shark – “Glow In The Dark”
Wonder Girls – “Be My Baby”
Geeks & Soyu of Sistar – “Officially Missing You, Too”
Big Bang – “Still Alive”
Little Hurricane dropped by our studio to kick out some tunes for us. These guys are a pair to look out for in the coming year.
This week we hear a television segment with discussion by Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing, Lansing Township Supervisor Kathleen Rodgers and East Lansing councilman Nathan Triplett. Later, Andy talks with city councilwoman Kathie Dunbar at a ribbon cutting ceremony and Aaron Bales joins Berl in the studio to discuss his band, Flatfoot.
Little Hurricane chats to us about how they met, playing festivals vs. indoor venues, and food. Definitely food.
Little Hurricane dropped in at our studio to play us some tunes. These guys are gonna make some serious noise in the new year. Calling it.
Alex goes solo for the first part of the show this week as he discusses the Detroit Lions recent 35/33 loss as well as some post season baseball moves the Tigers may be making. David returns for the second half of the show and brings news of the MSU hockey team as well as Spartan Basketball happenings.
It’s been a joy to watch Joe Hertler become a face of the Mid-Michigan music scene–both in EDM and folk. We had the privilege to record a recent song of his at an intimate venue here in East Lansing.