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 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.
If you’ve been listening to the Asian Invasion you might have heard me mention ShutoCon, an anime convention that will be at the Lansing Center Friday and Saturday March 25 – 26, 2011. This year, ShutoCon will be accepting donations that will go to the Red Cross for Japan earthquake and tsunami relief efforts at the convention registration desk. You can also donate to Japan relief through the American Red Cross at www.redcross.org. Whether you’re a fan of Japanese culture or not, this is a great cause!
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 to Happy Hour tonight, to catch exclusive new music from Frontier Ruckus frontman Matthew Millia. We’ll also force him to an epic Christmas Haiku battle vs the Mayhem Poets, who perform live at the union tomorrow as well. Over to happy hour for more info, and tune in at 7 p.m. for your chance to win free tickets to both shows!!
After the Impact vs. State News softball game, it seemed VERY necessary to create Impact Softball Cards to collect and trade!
We’ve had the Top Five @ 5 intro for years now. Did you know where that theme originally comes from?
The version we use can be heard on Pharaoh Monch’s album Internal Affairs. The track is called “Simon Says”.
But, Happy Hour contributor and all-around swell guy Jon pointed out that Pharaoh Monch actually sampled for that song, too. The original original is from the film Godzilla. It is simply called Godzilla’s Theme, and it was composed by Akira Ifukube.