Folk band, Gun Lake will be in the studio to perform. We will also be talking about the issues facing higher education and the job market for MSU grads. Tune in from 7-8pm.
Host Berl Schwartz talks with John Schneider, editor at the Lansing State Journal, about his career and recent retirement.
Kyle Melinn of City Pulse calls in to discuss the race for Drain Commissioner in Lansing.
We speak with attorney Mike Nichols about the legal implications and policies of driving while under the influence of medical marijuana.
Dave talks about our Detroit Tigers and the recent change to college football game ticket prices. Megan gives us the weekly nascar update.
Tune in from 7-8pm to learn about sustainability and environmental efforts in the state.
Happy Earth Day everyone! Watch below for live playlist updates as they happen!
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.
Last Afterglow of the semester! Got some good songs lined up to help turn down the “I’m freaking out” factor of your weekend. Playlist going up live below!
MSU President Lou Anna Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with MSU hospitality business professor Michael Kasavana about technology’s impact on the hotel and restaurant industry. And they talk about Mike’s other role as faculty representative to the Big Ten and NCAA. And Simon and Hollis talk about the Michigan Turnaround Plan with Business Leaders for Michigan CEO Doug Rothwell.
Gary Moran, director of the MSU museum talked about Rachel Carson’s groundbreaking book “Silent Spring”.
Michigan environmental activist Lynn Henning spoke about Earth Day and other environmental topics.
The MSU Energy Transition Plan is discussed with Jennifer Battle of the Office of Campus Sustainability.
A Representative of the Sierra Club talked about fracking.
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.