It’s good to be back! I’ve been out of town for the past two and a half weeks shooting with the Michigan Creative Film Alliance, recording the Afterglow from my hotel room and sending it over to WDBM for air. I’m back in studio again, spinning tracks live for you. Playlist going up below!
Nada Surf plays “Waiting for Something” from their new album, Stars are Indifferent to Astronomy, live at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor, MI.
The Blind Pig
Mark Breedlove, professor of neuroscience at MSU, discusses a documentary on the roots of homosexuality and Julie Winkler, geography professor, calls in to talk about global warming. Later, a political roundtable looking at the results of the primary election and what’s coming up in the general election is heard.
MSU’s Extension’s Firewise director Elaine Bush has fire safety tips for our hot, dry summer. We learn about Spartan Innovations and MSU Business Connect from Charles Hasemann and about the MSU Rehabilitation Clinic from Mary Thiel.
Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing joins Kristan Small to discuss the recent suicide of Steven Rigby, State Representatives Sam Singh and Andy Schor discuss the recent election, and Kyle Melinn calls in to discuss local politics.
MSU’s Dennis Fulbright on Michigan’s surging chestnut industry; Dennis Pennington with an update on bioenergy initiatives at MSU and Phil Robertson with an update on sustainability at MSU’s Kellogg Biological Station. Gordon Henry tells us about MSU’s Native American Institute.
Alex is back again this week and discusses the MLB, NBA, and Spartan sports. Make sure to listen in the coming weeks for the question of the week and a chance to win prizes.
Nada Surf playing “Clear Eye Clouded Mind” from their new album, Stars are Indifferent to Astronomy, live at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor, MI.
The Blind Pig
Sorry for the late post! We ran out of internet!
Vennie Gore leads MSU’s Residential and Hospitality Services and talks about the residence hall experience at MSU. Journalism professor Steve Lacy, too, on the future of journalism, and MSU fisheries and wildlife expert Bill Taylor on the Asian carp.
Susan McGillicuddy, Frank Lambert, and George Nastas III discuss candidates for the 69th District House seat while Kyle Melinn calls in to talk about local politics concerning the Lansing area. Mike Story, a local jazz musician, also calls in to talk about Jazz Fest 2012.