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Steve Harry of www.steveharrypublicpolicy.com talks about double-dipping - where police officials retire with a hefty benefit only to go to work for another agency. Todd Heywood outlined issued related to International HIV/AIDS Day but also talked about local theater with co-hosts Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier. This episode of the weekly radio show on WLNZ 89.7, LCC Radio in Lansing, Michigan, aired on Monday, Dec. 1, 2014.
You can join the Greg Lansing Coaches Show each and every Monday night during the basketball season starting at 6pm at 7th and Elm Bar and Grill. You can rewatch the show here as Voice of the Sycamores Brian Fritz and Coach Lansing recap last week's action, but preview Wednesday night's matchup with Drake.
Recorded on 9/30/2013 - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/lansing-online-news Co-hosts Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier - WLNZ 89.7 - Lansing, MI - LCC Radio with guests Steve Bohnet (Bohnet Electric) on Oktoberfest in Old Town and Valerie Marvin of the HIstorical Society of Greater Lansing.
Lansing Online News Radio - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/lansing-online-news Guests: Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum on voter suppression; Author Mike Stratton on substance abuse issues related to marijuana; Becca Hollandsworth (R C Randall Wellness Center) and John (Cannalytics) on the recent appeals court decision on medical marijuana in other forms - medibles, oils, tinctures, etc.
Emily Dievendorf, executive director of Equality Michigan, provides insights into the two-week federal trial in Detroit she attended that challenges the state's Defense of Marriage Act. The case began as a lawsuit challenging Michigan's denial of second-parent adoption and expanded into an attempt to overturn the same-sex marriage ban. Dievendorf also explained why her group questions giving Meridian Twp. Trustee Milton Scales the Zolton Ferency Award for Scales "no" vote aagainst ensuring residents cannot be fired or denied housing for being a member of the LGBT community. Lansing Online News Radio with Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier on WLNZ Radio 89.7 in Lansing, Michigan. Recorded on 3/10/2014 - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/lansing-online-news
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First is Drew Howard on Seth Bernard's CD release party at The Avenue Friday. Ann Larabee and Tim Potter about the Ride in Silence on the MSU campus on Wednesday, which honors bicyclists who have been killed or injured by drivers. Former East Lansing Fire Marshal offers tips on water safety, as part of the Great Lakes Surf Rescue. Vic Hansens of The Human Solution, a medical marijuana advocacy group, talks about the civil charges being brought against him by the township for growing medical marijuana even though it is legal in the state. 5/19/2014 - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/woman-s-survival-guide-with-bonnie-bucqueroux
Predictions and issues about the off-year election in Michigan from two of the state's most knowledgeable experts. John Lindstrom of Gongwer News Service and Ray Holman, legislative liaison for UAW Local 6000, go through the Michigan ballot, assessing each party's strengths and weaknesses. Co-hosts Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier host this weekly show at 7 p.m. on Monday nights on LCC Radio WLNZ 89.7. This show aired on Monday, Nov. 3, election eve.
Jonathon Oosting of MLive.com and Susan Demas of Inside Michigan Politics discuss the politics in Michigan behind the upcoming 2014 election. Representatives from START and LINK at Haslett High School talk about how this peer-counseling program for K-12 students on the autism spectrum. Recorded on 4/28/2014 - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/woman-s-survival-guide-with-bonnie-bucqueroux
Henry Brimmer's installation "There's something happening here" features military silhouettes on top of a building in Grand Rapids that visitors to the city's Art Prize extravaganza see as they walk by. Brimmer discusses his ideas for the installation and the visitors' reactions with Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier on the Lansing Online News Radio Show on Oct. 6. The weekly hour-long radio show is produced by LCC Radio, WLNZ, 89.7.
Fantasy author Jim Hines talks about how he is changing the genre by giving women and girls more powerful roles in his fiction. Hines is the author of 10 books and recently brought out the third book that began with Bibliomancer. Hines also talked about the book industry. The Lansing Online News Radio Show, Jan. 19, 2015, is co-hosted by Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier. http://www.lansingonlinenews.com
Dr. Ann Larabee, Michigan State University Department of English and author of The Wrong Hands:Popular Weapons Manuals and their Historic Challenges to a Democratic Society talks with Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier. The Lansing Online News Radio show airs weekly on Mondays on LCC Radio, WLNZ, 89.7. This edition was broadcast Oct. 27, 2014.
Daedalion Lowry talks about radio adaptation of Peter Bloedel's "A Seussified Christmas Carol, which will be performed at Lansing Community College's Dart Auditorium on Friday, Nov.22. The performance is part of the city's Silver Bells in the City. Opening the show will be Karen Hopper's original radio play Christmas Bargains. Sam Inglot of Progress Michigan announced his new project to hold the governor accountable called #SnyderFail. Valerie Marvin, president of the Historical Society of Greater Lansing, showed historical postcards her organization will display at Turner Dodge House on Thursday Recorded on 11/18/2013 - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/lansing-online-news