Dave discusses all things March Madness, especially our MSU Spartans. He also discusses some NFL switch ups, as well as a look into NASCAR.
Ottawa Butler housing project discussed with the creator, Scott Gillespie.
Bill Martines (Lansing Future LLC) and Jessica Yorko (Lansing City Council) talk about the Lansing Casino
Cindie Storie, President of MI Association of Higher Education, LCC Branch, on Vote of No Confidence.
Tune in from 7-8pm to hear about the new class offered at MSU: “Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse.”
Mm, some more Afterglow. Just what I like to hear on a Sunday night. And maybe we’re still feeling a little Irish tonight?
MSU Board of Trustee Dianne Byrum, MSU AgBioResearch Director Steve Pueppke, MSU Department of Radiology Emeritus Director DR. E. James Potchen.
From MSU’s Broad College of Business – supply chain guru Dave Closs and Gen Y marketing expert Clay Voorhees; Jinhua Zhao, director of MSU’s Environmental Science and Policy Program
Glenn Stutzky from the School of Social Work talks about the new class, “Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse”.
Carmen Maret of Folias Music talks about tango music and the adventures surrounding the genre and performances.
Steve Tomioh of the Rosebud Lakota reservation in South Dakota speaks about the music of the Lakota culture.
MSU Professor of Anthropology Monir Moniruzzaman informs us of his research into organ trafficking in Bangladesh.
While Berl Schwartz is out of town, Andy Balaskovitz takes over as host.
We talk to Dan Korobkin, Staff Attorney at the ACLU of Michigan, and John Barnes, Statewide Projects Coordinator for MLive Media Group, about life sentencing for juveniles in Michigan.
Dan Hazaert, a Speaker at the Northwest Initiative, and Laura Sager, Outreach Manager of Northwest Initiative, join us in studio to discuss the Northwest Initiative and the Affordable Care Act.
We play a prerecorded interview Berl Schwartz had with Bob Kolt, President of the AARP of Michigan, about residency and tax issues.
Lastly, Joe Torres, an author and a speaker at the Day of the Woman Conference, talks about his new book, media policy, and the future of the internet.
Michigan State basket ball, NFL ratings, and the Detroit Pistons are but a few of the topics discussed in this weeks Sportswrap.
Minneapolis hip-hop collective Doomtree had a chat with us in Ann Arbor. We got a bit rowdy, too.