Oct. 24 2012
Wednesday, Oct. 24 —This week's guests are Ari Adler and Walt Sorg to discuss statewide ballot proposals; Maureen Costello, director of Teaching Tolerance, on the nationwide "Mix It Up at Lunch Day";
Oct. 17 2012
Wednesday, Oct. 17 — This week's guests are actor Jamie Farr, Joan Nelson, director of the Allen Neighborhood Center and LCC Board of Trustees candidates John Roy Castillo, Todd Heywood, Lawrence
Oct. 10 2012
Wednesday, Oct. 10 — This week's guests are City Pulse political columnist Kyle Melinn; Eugene "Gil" Wanger on Ingham County Republicans; John Lindenmayer, advocacy and policy director for the League
Oct. 3 2012
Wednesday, Oct. 3 — This week's guests are MSU sociology professor Toby A. Ten Eyck, Joe Ross on the Solar Home Tour, Valerie Marvin, president of the Historical Society of Greater Lansing, and candidates
Sept. 26 2012
Wednesday, Sept. 26 — This week's guests are Michigan Supreme Court candidate Bridget Mary McCormack, Ingham County treasurer candidates Eric Schertzing and Jake Davison, and guest columnist Walt
Sept. 19 2012
Wednesday, Sept. 19 — This week's guests are 30th Circuit Judge candidates Ken Ross and Jim Jamo, and Lansing Township Planning Director Steve Hayward
Sept. 13 2012
Thursday, Sept. 13 — This week's guests are Lansing Symphony Orchestra conductor Timothy Muffit and soloist Ralph Votapek; actress and comedian Lily Tomlin; and folk singer Todd Snider
Sept. 5 2012
Wednesday, Sept. 5 — This week's guests are actor Timothy Busfield and Lansing Community College production coordinator Melissa Kaplan on the LCC Performing Arts Department's production of "Vigil";
Aug. 22 2012
Wednesday, Aug. 22 — This week's guests are developer Joel Ferguson and Lansing City Council President Brian Jeffries on the redevelopment of Red Cedar Golf Course; Lansing band Mighty Medicine;
Aug. 15 2012
Wednesday, Aug. 15 — "City Pulse on the Air " features MSU neuroscience professor Marc Breedlove to discuss the roots of homosexuality and MSU geography professor Julie Winkler will discuss climate
Aug. 8 2012
WEDNESDAY, Aug. 8 — This week's guests are Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing and Kristan Small; House Democratic nominees Sam Singh and Andy Schor; and a political roundtable with political
July 19 2012
Wednesday, July 11 — With guests: Susan Schmidt and Sam Singh, candidates for the Democratic nomination for the 69th State House District (East Lansing & Meridian Township); Keri Littwiller, grad
July 12 2012
Wednesday, July 11 — Kyle Melinn interviews Walt Sorg and Jerry Ketchum, candidates for the Democratic nomination for the 68th House District seat; Berl Schwartz interviews Anne Barna, an analyst
July 4 2012
Wednesday, July 4 — This week's highlights show features interviews with Gretchen Cochran and Dan Bollman from Preservation Lansing; sports writer Jack Ebling; the Rev. Melvin T. Jones and Bishop
June 27 2012
Wednesday, June 27 — This week's guests are Lansing Community College President Brent Knight; and Dale Copedge and Griffin Rivers, candidates for 67th District of the state House of Representatives.
June 6 2012
WEDNESDAY, June 6 — Lansing Schools Supt. Yvonne Camaal Canul; Election law expert Jocelyn Benson on the McCotter situation; Lansing City Councilwoman Jessica Yorko on the new bike rack ordinance;
May 30 2012
WEDNESDAY, May 30 — Trevor Thomas, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the House of Representatives, in the 3rd Congressional District, says women's issues makes him a strong candidate;
May 23 2012
Wednesday, May 23 — This week's show includes part two of an interview with Ingham County Drain Commissioner Pat Lindemann on his upcoming primary race against challenger Mark Grebner; Dan Bollman
May 16 2012
Wednesday, May 16 — This week's guests include Ingham County Drain Commissioner Pat Lindemann on being challenged in this year's Democratic primary; Bishop David Maxwell and Pastor Melvin T. Jones
May 9 2012
Wednesday, May 9 — This week's show includes part two of an interview with Ingham County commissioner Mark Grebner on his candidacy for county Drain Commissioner; playwright Sandra Seaton on her

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