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I’m back in town. I was gone last week for the big broadcast technology show in Las Vegas. Had a good time, but I’m glad to be back. Of course, I’m a bit under the weather tonight. Lost my voice this weekend, so I’m pretty raspy tonight. I’m just forging ahead and hoping our station’s mic processor just makes me sound grizzled and cultured.
Now, Now performs “But I Do” in our studios at WDBM.
Dave discusses the Detroit Tigers recent series as well as Redwings post season hockey and updates in the world of racing.
It’s already been four years since I arrived in Seoul for my study abroad program (am I that old already?) I was excited and ready to wander the city. It’s a good thing I did, because that’s how I discovered Hongdae. Hongdae is a very small neighborhood surrounding the artsy Hongik University; the site of Korea’s first punk band Crying Nut and where Korean indie music has lived for the past twenty-some years. The whole area surrounding Hongdae is in fact a hotspot for young people, as the nearby Yonsei University, Sogang University, and Ehwa Women’s University bring in more students and their college-aged friends.
Now, Now talks to us about broken washing machines, life on tour–what they did to get here, and how they cope with lengthy car rides. Also, what would be the alternative if music didn’t work out?
Russ White talks with HGTV “green” design and home improvement guru Carter Oosterhouse; Kirk Heinze explores who’s winning the clean energy race with Phyllis Cuttino from the Pew Environment Group and talks with “The Big Thirst” author Charles Fishman about our global water crisis.
Host Berl Schwartz discusses the possible consolidation of the police force with Brian Jeffries, President of Lansing City Council, and Randy Hannan, also of the Lansing City Council.
Erika Moul, a.k.a Baby Gaga, and Scott Long join us in the studio to talk about the Legally Blonde play at the Pasant Theatre.
Lastly, Tim Wendel calls in to discuss his book The Summer of ’68 and to share some baseball stories.
Another night, another great episode of the Afterglow. This show had to run without me on account of me leaving town for the big broadcaster show in Vegas. This was a huge sacrifice on my part as I’m sure you can all agree. It’s a rough job, but somebody’s gotta do it. Around here at the Impact, we call that taking one for the team. Going to Las Vegas for the team.
Playlist after the jump.
US Senator Debbie Stabenow talks about clean energy and clean water, Be Spartan Green’s Jennifer battle on MSU’s Energy Transition Plan, MSU alumna Marci Fitch on community sustainability at the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries, MSU Alumni Association leader Scott Westerman talks with MSU alumna Brittany Fox about her Thai Song Fair Trade Project.