Kirk Heinze talks with MSU President Lou Anna Simon in our Greening of the Great Lakes segment. And President Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with Spartan Sports Network President and MSU mens basketball radio play-by-play voice Will Tieman.
This week on Exposure Emily welcomes local musicians East Harvest. A panel discusses alternative housing options and Emily talks with students and administration about the battle over clean energy on campus. Also, reporter Anjana Schroeder shares a feature on domestic violence awareness month. This weeks Michigan storytelling segment features Mardi Link.
First Ward City Council candidates Lynne Martinez and Jody Washington face off. Third Ward City Council candidate A’Lynne Robinson discusses her re-election campaign. HBO “Conspiracy” screenwriter Loring Mandel discusses the show, which has its world stage premiere tonight at Riverwalk Theatre.
Tonight from 7-8pm we will be talking about alternative housing, the energy transition at MSU and a 40 year old murder mystery in Michigan. Also, a live performance by East Harvest.
Spartans impressive win over Badgers; what was the biggest factor for victory?
Lions second loss in a row; what do the Lions need to do to turn it around?
Your favorite moment from the Tigers this season?
Last night was my first time seeing Melt Banana live. Although fellow Asian Invasion co-host Danny and I had interviewed front-woman Yako about their current American tour, and had been listening to their music we really didn’t know what to expect. Melt Banana’s studio albums are certainly not for everyone, but with a record of sharing the bill with such artists as Slipknot, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Le Tigre, and Tool, I was really interested to see what the live show would be like.
When I arrived at Mac’s Bar, the parking lot was packed and cars were spilling out into lots of surrounding businesses, or any sort of pavement that resembled a parking lot. We took our spots near the front to get a good view of the band, but were completely unprepared for what was about to happen.
This week on Impact Exposure we welcome Jazz singer Sunny Wilkinson and learn how a Michigander walked 1,000 miles around Lake Michigan. Also hear about Occupy Lansing and the psychology of what makes someone great.
Japanese punk/noise-rock/experimental band Melt Banana are currently on their 2011 Lost & Found: NekoNeko Tour in the US and Canada, they’ll be stopping right here in Lansing at Mac’s Bar on E. Michigan Avenue this Thursday, October 20. The show is 18+ and Fisherking and the Plurals will be opening.
If you missed the interview with Yasuko Onuki aka Yako of Melt Banana on last night’s Asian Invasion, you can hear the whole thing here!
Elise Yoon: WDBM East Lansing: You’re listening to the Asian Invasion, Elise here with Danny, and we’re talking with Yako, founding member of Melt Banana from Tokyo and they’re currently on the Lost and Found: NekoNeko Tour here in the US. So, how’s the tour been going so far?
Yako Onuki: Very well, so far we are doing very well