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Love Lansing Podcast
14 minutes | Oct 27, 2016
Epi. 27: Meet Monte Pride
Okemos native Monte Pride is releasing his first full album on November 18 at The Robin Theatre. He joins host Kelsey Pence on the podcast this week and gives a sneak peek of one of his favorite tracks.
28 minutes | Oct 21, 2016
Epi. 26: Tour of Terror bar crawl
There's a Halloween bar crawl happening in downtown Lansing next week and I've got all the details on this week's podcast. James Edwards and Vickki Dozier join me later on to talk costumes, contests and dogs.
27 minutes | Oct 14, 2016
Epi. 25: A haunted LoveLansing
This week, we're getting in the Halloween spirit with a "Haunted" episode. Dr. Lynn Goldstein and Lisa Bright join host Kelsey Pence this episode to talk about the annual Haunted Campus Tour, happening Oct. 20 at Michigan State. Tourism reporter Kathleen Lavey chimes in with some haunted stories from around Michigan. R.J. Wolcott is also back on the podcast to talk about some non-paranormal activity happening on MSU's campus.
16 minutes | Oct 7, 2016
Epi. 24: Prisons and Pawpaws
This episode is a Love Michigan episode! Kathleen Lavey joins me to discuss Michigan’s largest native fruit — the pawpaw, a unique museum inside a Jackson prison, and how to get rid of those dreaded stink bugs.
31 minutes | Sep 30, 2016
Epi. 23: Take a cocktail class in #LoveLansing
American Fifth Spirits head distiller Rick Wyble is hosting a cocktail class Sunday, October 16 and our LSJ Insiders get 10% off. Rick, Vickki Dozier and I talk about what you can expect and how Lansing's first distillery is doing a year and a half after its debut. RJ Wolcott joins in on the fun around the 13:45 mark to talk about an MSU professor who discovered a roller coaster that can help people pass kidney stones. He also discusses MSU's oldest tree, which is way cooler than it sounds. Kathleen Lavey is back to talk about the fate of wine in Michigan and how wineries are rebounding after two horrible years of production.
32 minutes | Sep 23, 2016
Epi. 22: Chili cook-off, minority teachers, beer and Tuebor
This podcast has a little bit of everything. Seriously. BWL Community Relations Coordinator Annie Rzepecki joins host Kelsey Pence to talk about one of Lansing's biggest events - the BWL Chili Cook-off. Think you can eat 15 chili dogs in 4 minutes? There's a contest and we talk about it on this episode. Education reporter RJ Wolcott dives in to his latest project which looks at minorities in local schools. Sports reporter James Edwards gives his two cents. Alex Alusheff stops by to talk about two of his favorite things: beer and video games. There's a new bar coming to downtown. The Lansing Beer Exchange might be the most talked about bar yet.
22 minutes | Sep 16, 2016
Epi. 21: Talkin' Oars & Ales, Bigfoot in Michigan
Last episode we talked about Lansing’s first-ever hot air balloon festival which is happening at the end of the month, the new Hot Wheel exhibit at Impression 5, and Lansing’s obsession with crack chicken. If you missed that episode, make sure to check it out! This week we talk about Oars & Ales, a unique paddling and brew event happening later this month. Lansing Brewing Company sales manager Keri Brown joins me along with Paul Brogan and Nate Williams from River Town Adventures. Kathleen Lavey is also back on the podcast to talk about Bigfoot, after the internet went wild over a photo taken in the Upper Peninsula that shows a black furry beast in the woods.
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