This past weekend I had the pleasure of seeing two good friends tie the knot. The reception was full of clinking glasses, good people, tears of joy, and dancing. I’m 6’7″ and all legs, so when someone sees me for the first time, I’m sure the first thing that comes to mind isn’t “dancer”. I will forgive them for making that assumption right away: I am a fantastic dancer (and modest too!). But I digress, amongst all of the good times I couldn’t help but notice the music that was playing: it was great party/dancing music. They gave the people what they wanted as far as classics go. Moves were busted to a few Michael Jackson gems, “Brick House” and “Let’s Get It On” were some of the memorable songs of the night. Read More…
When U of M rolls its basketball team into town, and the fans come along, it’s time to ask the question: do you, MSU, hate U of M, and do you want to make a citizen’s arrest? Can you make a citizen’s arrest? It sounds like something from TV only. Find out! On HHour!
Are you an MSU student and interested in being a DJ at your favorite station? Not that you need an excuse to come hang out with the coolest people in town, but now you have one! Starting February 1st and continuing on the first Tuesday of every month, The Impact is starting a new tradition! Pencil WDBM in your evening schedule from 7:30-9:30 and come get to know everyone who works at the IMPACT, play some cards or video games, eat some pizza and have a great time! You can meet all of our fantastic employees and learn how you can get involved!
Tune in this week to win tickets to see Country Strong, in theatres now at Celebration Cinema in Lansing. More information can be found online!
Well, the first Happy Hour of the year is over, and it was a doozy.
John Schlinker, attorney for convicted killer Mathew Makowski. Tobias Wolff, White House adviser on gay rights. Former state Senator Gilda Jacobs.