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Local filmmaker Michael McCallum talks about his upcoming movie Buffalo, featuring his father who tries to re-establish a relationship with his son when he learns he has a terminal illness. Bob Steinkamp and Maria Peak talk about the social coaching they provide to young adults on the autism/Asperge's spectrum through ASPPIRE. Valerie Marvin of the Historical Socety of Greater Lansing talks about upcoming events including a tour of Hermann House. Show with Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier. Recorded on 4/21/2014 - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/woman-s-survival-guide-with-bonnie-bucqueroux
Lansing, MI SDA Church Service streaming each Sabbath at 10:50am Eastern Time. Please, don't forget to Subscribe !! The sermon starts at approx. 11:40am Senior Pastor: Phil Mills Associate Pastor: Jacob Gibbs 5400 W. St. Joe Hwy, Lansing, MI 48917 Phone: 517-321-1963 eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org To support this or other ministries, please click on the Online Giving link at: https://www.lansingadventist.org
Using the frame of author Ta-Nehisi Coates' book Between the World and Me, Michigan State University Professors Tacuma Peters (English and Global Studies) and Jessica Johnson (History) and BAND activist Dionna La'Fay Hardin talk with Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier about the past and resent of race relations. The discussion on the weekly radio show on LCC Radio WLNZ addressed the challenges of translating protest into policy,
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.
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.
LONR co-hosts Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier interview Publisher Alice Dreger of East Lansing Info, a citizen journalism online newspaper covering East Lansing, Mich.. This edition of the weekly radio show aired live Oct. 13, 2014 on Lansing Community College Radio WLNZ 89.7. Dreger and Smitty Smith are revving up local coverage of their community. You can visit their site at http://www.eastlansinginfo.org
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 10/21/2013 - 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 featuring ballot proposal to legalize small amounts of marijuana in Lansing with attorney Jeffrey Hank. Also featuring Susan Demas of MLive, the new publisher of Inside Michigan Politics.
Recorded on 3/17/2014 - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/lansing-online-news - Co-hosts Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier discuss the apparent hijacking of Malaysian Airlines flight MH340. Bucqueroux also talks about current efforts to deal with the aftermath of PBB in Michigan. The incident remains the largest environmental poisoning in Michigan's history. Valerie Marvin of the Historical Society of Greater Michigan discusses this week's event looking back at the history of the Lansing State Journal newspaper. Todd Heywood previews his upcoming presentation Raw Deal, which explores the need to revise strategies to deal with the HIV epidemic.
Dr. Lisa Cook of Michigan State University explored a wide range of issues from women's earnings and empowerment to Vladimir Putin's predations in the Ukraine. Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing talked about tax foreclosures, community workshops on economic issues and community engagement in decision-making. Recorded on 3/24/2014 - Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/woman-s-survival-guide-with-bonnie-bucqueroux
Vicari Vollmar, a web designer for Tech Smith in Okemos, talks about her blog So Vicarious - http://sovicarious.com/blog/- and how writing it helps her make sense of her experiences. Dr. Steve Weiland of Michigan State University's School of Education explores the impact that the digital world is having on higher education. Both appeared on the June 1, 2015 edition of Lansing Online News Radio with Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier on WLZN 89.7 LCC Radio.
Michigan could have three ballot proposals on marijuana in the 2016 presidential election. MILegalize has a petition for a new law that they view as people-oriented, compared to competing proposals they view as Big Government and Big Money. Rick Thompson, Jeff Hank and Joshua Covert also give an update on upcoming legislation and how that could affect medical and adult-use marijuana in the state. Interview by co-hosts Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier on LCC Radio, WLNZ, 89.7
Local filmmaker Michael McCallum wants people to know his new film Buffalo, featuring his dad William, will be shown at Celebration Cinema in Grand Rapids as part of the indie film series. The movie tells the story of "Roger" and his dog Scooter, as they make their way in a purloined taxicab across country in the hope the old man can make amends with an estranged son before he dies. The McCallums appeared on the Lansing Online News Radio Show on LCC Radio WLNZ 89.7 on November 24, 2014. The weekly show is hosted by Bonnie Bucqueroux and Bill Castanier.