Feb. 22 2012
Wednesday, Feb. 22 — Guests are state Rep. Barb Byrum on announcing her bid for Ingham County clerk; Kelly Rossman-McKinney on her forced resignation from the Lansing Economic Development Corp.;
Feb. 15 2012
Wednesday, Feb. 15 — This week's guests are Jake Davidson, a Republican political consultant; Professor Soren Anderson from Michigan State University; City Pulse political columnist Kyle Melinn;
Feb. 8 2012
Wednesday, Feb. 8 — This week's guests include Jay Kaplan, attorney for the ACLU of Michigan's LGBT Project; MSU Board of Trustees Chairman Joel Ferguson; Lori Black, the mother of murder victim
Feb. 2 2012
Wednesday, Feb. 1 — City Pulse radio guest former Mayor David Hollister explains his decision to lead the college scholarship program that would be funded from wagers at a proposed tribal casino
Jan. 9 2012
Monique Goch of Michigan Pride and Doug Meeks of Equality Michigan; judicial candidate Jim Jamo; Elva Reyez of Lansing for Cesar Chavez; State Rep. Rick Jones
Jan. 9 2012
Lansing City Councilwoman Kathie Dunbar describes a traffic stop she and two other Council members charge was an example of DWB — Driving While Black
Jan. 9 2012
Democratic congressional candidate Lance Enderle; political blogger Ari Adler; former Michigan GOP Chairman Saul Anuzis; psychology Professor Spee Kosloff
Dec. 15 2011
Jay Kaplan, staff attorney for the ACLU of Michigan\\'s LGBT Legal Project discusses HB 4770 and its potential implications; Rob South discusses his guest column in this week\\'s issue of City Pulse on
Dec. 1 2011
Ingham County Commissioner Andy Schor discusses his recent decisions to enter the race for term-limited state Rep. Joan Bauer's, D-Lansing, seat in 2012. 'State Sen. Rick Jones, R-Grand Ledge, discusses
Nov. 30 2011
Ingham County Commissioner Andy Schor discusses his recent deicisons to enter the rce for term-limited state Rep. Joan Bauer's, D-Lansing, seat in 2012. State Sen. Rick Jones, R-Grand Ledge, discusses
Nov. 17 2011
Political strategist Stephanie McLean and Equality Michigan Pride PAC’s Amy Hunter discuss whether opening gay candidates are facing fewer problems. Norbert Fernandez recalls being airlifted from
Oct. 26 2011
Lansing City Council at-large incumbent Derrick Quinney, and challengers Tom Stewart and Rory Neuner, discuss their plans for the city if elected Nov. 8. The music of Tony Bennett plays over the airwaves
Oct. 19 2011
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”
Oct. 12 2011
Lansing Board of Education incumbent Nicole Armbruster and challengers Jeffrey Croff, Rachel Lewis, Stephen Manchester, Andy Mutavdzija, Peter Spadafore and B. Michael Williams discuss their plans to improve
Oct. 5 2011
Ted O’Dell of the Lansing Jobs Coalition, tribal spokesman James Nye and MSU professor Matthew Fletcher discuss Indian casinos. Katherine Draper and Bruce Witwer of the Greater Lansing Housing Coalition
Sept. 28 2011
First Ward City Council candidate Jody Washington discusses her position on the Red Cedar Golf Course ballot proposal. City Pulse political columnist Kyle Melinn summarizes the Republican Leadership Conference
Sept. 21 2011
Former Gov. Jennifer Granholm and her husband, Dan Mulhern, talk about their new book. Jacob Distal, executive director of the Lansing Area AIDS Network, discusses the AIDS Walk and the Red Party this
Sept. 14 2011
Randy Hannan, special assistant to Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero, argues that the proposed swap of Oliver Towers for the Davenport University campus is a great opportunity for the city, which faced losing
Sept. 7 2011
Call 211 for advice from the United Way on foreclosure — but Ingham County Register of Deeds Curtis Hertel Jr. says on "City Pulse on the Air" to call him if you suspect fraud. Stormfield
Aug. 24 2011
Lansing City Council candidate Rory Neuner; Councilman/candidate Derrick Quinney; Mlive.com editor Bill Emkow; Greater Lansing Housing Coalition Executive Director Katherine Draper

Subscribe to Our Newsletter