Tonight from 7-8 hear an interview with MSU alum and NBC correspondent, Chris Hansen. Also, hear an MSU’s student’s 10 day journey on the Freedom Ride, a 50 year anniversary commemoration of the civil rights movement.
It’s the end of the world, as we know it; according to some Bible Math guy, but if we survive, we’ll have this commemorative episode where we introduce Theme&Variation (again, they’ve been on before), and promo their upcoming show at the Loft, Jesse views Star Wars for the first time, and Jon berates he for waiting this long.
Also, we talk about The Message, in a hop hop hip kinda way. “Yo Moses, bringda Ark of the Covenant.” “Sorry, Dawg, I can’t without the proppa Oven Mitt.”
Dave and Megan discuss the Red Wings loss to San Jose in game 7. Will Lidström retire? Should the Tigers move to the Eastern conference? NBA conference finals and the Phoenix Suns President.
Berl talks with Lansing Mayor Virg Benero about the Medical Marijuana ordinance. State representative Joan Bower on the Education budget. Township trustee Brett Dreyfus and musician Ben Hassenger jr.
Dave and Megan talk MSU and Tigers Baseball. Red wings Rafalski injury and NHL playoffs San Jose Sharks vs.Canucks game 4. NBA playoffs Dallas vs. Oklahoma. Kevin Durant. Bulls vs. Heat game 3.
State Senator Glenn Anderson discusses Michigan’s budget. Ingham County Drain Commissioner Pat Lindemann talks the Red Cedar renaissance plan. Musician Laurence Juber joins Berl in studio.
Dave Menzo and Sarah Price of the band Cloud Magic stop by to chat and preform. Corinn VanWyck talks the East Lansing Art Festival. Lansing filmmaker Michael McCallum discusses his feature film Fairview Street. TedxLansing speaker Jake Pechtel. This weeks Michigan storytelling segment features Martha Bloomfield and Stephen Ostrander.