Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with Spartans men’s head basketball coach Tom Izzo, and with Spartan football’s director of college advancement and performance Curtis Blackwell. All about Empower Extraordinary – the campaign for Michigan State University from the campaign co-chairs Bob Skandalaris and Dee Cook. And Scott Westerman on Actions and Words. Read More…
Happy Halloween! This week on Asian Music Mondays, we’re celebrating Halloween! Your hosts Jessica and Lu bring you creepy yet interesting music about Halloween from Korea, China, Japan, Taiwan and beyond! We’ll hear from Lee Jung Hun, Brown Eyed Girls, Wilber Pan, Mai Kuraki and more! And or course we’ ll talk a lot about ghost and supernatural stories throughout Asia. Let’s freak out~~
By Audrey Matusz
The 17th annual East Lansing Film Festival is on a roll this weekend bringing independent films, documentaries, shorts, and student films from around the world to the local area.
The festival started last night and runs till Thursday, Nov. 6. Films are screened at Wells Hall and Studio C theatre in Okemos and vary from psychological thrillers to uplifting documentaries. Read More…
#TBT The second track we recorded at The Loft was Wayne Szalinski’s first hit single, “Thanks For Nothing, Becky Gelke” and ode to broken hearts, and the city of Lansing.
It’s only fitting that we play a few spooky tracks tonight, listen hard to pick out the halloween themed tunes from tonight’s show! (^^Check out host Daniel’s space suit, what a guy)
**PLAYLIST Dead Man’s Bones- Lose Your Soul The Infamous Stringdusters- Summercamp Hot Rize- Blue Is Fallin’ Pokey LaFarge- Central Time
Lansing and WDBM favorites, Wayne Szalinski, graced us with the pretty tune “Tell Me Lover,” fresh off their first album, “Black Mirror,” at the Loft in early September.