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August 2 – Zenzi Griffin

August 23 – Doak Bloss

July 16 – Todd Heywood

July 9 – Todd Heywood

July 2 – Clarice Thompson, Jim C. Hines

June 25 – Todd Heywood, Roman Collier, Rich Robinson (Michigan Campaign Finance Network)

June 18 – Jim Carter – Ray Holman

June 11 – Doug Warren – Thasin Sardar

June 4 – TV critic Mike Hughes – Gretchen Cochran and Danial Ballman of the Lansing Preservation Society

May 28 – holiday

May 21 – Becca Hollandsworth and Zach the owner of Cannalytics which is the quality testing company

May 14 – Michael McCallum, Valerie Marvin from the Historical Society of Greater Lansing

May 7 – Penny Gardner – Susan Masten – Becky McKendry

April 30 – Eric Schertzing (Ingham County Treasurer), Ben Hassenger

April 23 – Melissa Dey Hasbrook

April 16 – Kitty Lipsky, Mike Kolhof – new union movement

April 9 – Caron Creighton, Melissa Riba Kohrman

April 2 – Glenn Stutzky, Mary Pollock

March 26 – Poet Sam Mills, Ray Walsh

March 19 – Sam Rose, discussion of Speaking of Murder

March 12 – Gabriel Biber of The Garden Project and Aaron Payment of the Sault Tribe on the proposed casino in Lansing

March 5 – Tom Rico and Melissa Oborn of the Michigan Peace Education Center and Susan Masten of the new MI Women’s Issues

February 27 – Todd Heywood, Rob South and Fred Cargill, the first openly gay Republican candidate for President, will talk about the Michigan Presidential primary

February 21 – Angela Wittrock, MLive and Sarah Scranton, Planned Parenthood

February 14 – Ann Larabee

February 7 – Ray Holman, UAW

January 31 – Will White,Libertarian Party

January 23 – Stephanie Glazier, MSU Poetry Center and Todd Heywood

January 9 – Doug Warren and Dennis Burnside, members of MalcolmX Lansing Foundation and Eugene Cain, prinicpal of El-Hajj Shabazz Academy and Zandra Black, Teen Services Librarian Capital Area District Library will discuss this weekend’s Malcolm X celebration at the library.

December 19 –

December 12

December 5



Nov 21 – Rina & Minette, Edge Brussel (Time Bank)

Nov 14 – Dave Dowling, Curtis Hertel Jr., Julie Heath Roy (Occupy Lansing)

Nov 7 – Fred Foote, Susan Woods, Luke Roy

Oct 31 – Sue Carter, Julie Heath Roy (Occupy Lansing)

Oct 24, 2011 – John Beck, folks from Occupy Lansing

Oct 17, 2011 – Michigan State University Professors Michael Stamm and Ann Larabee and UAW 6000 Representative Ray Holman

Monday, Oct. 1 – Norman Pollack on the failures of the Obama administration; Kevin Pietrick and David Mitchell from The North Star Center on the upcoming OccupyLansing protest at the Capitol beginning at 10 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 15

July 18 – Kathryn Colasanti, Good Food Summit, MSU Food Historian Helen Veit

July 11 – City Council candidates Rory Neuner and Joe Manzilla and Sam INglott, student intern at Michigan Messenger on redistricting

July 4 – holiday

June 27 – Literary Lansing – Rina Risper, Mike Grove, Felisha Clay and John Liddell on Poetry in the City and Scott Harris of Everybody Reads bookstore.

June 20 – You Are What You Eat – Christine Miller, Meridian Farmers Market; Nahnie Barberio Copiaco and Barb Barton on wild foods and invasive species.

June 13- Ray Holman of UAW, Walt Sorg, Democratic candidate for Michigan Legislature.

June 5 Author Thomas Foster and Marketing Director Elizabeth Breed, CADL

May 2 – Author Andrea King Collier and Ray Holman of the UAW

April 25 – Tom Scott, editor/publisher of Dome magazine, and baseball author Peter Morris

April 18 – Rich Robinson, Michigan Campaign Finance Network; Caron Creighton, MSU Journalism; Santos Ramos, Citizen’s Communique

April 11- Capital City Film Fest; Melik Angus, ManUp; Rob South, WKAR.

April 4 – Erin Slayter, Jamie Shriner-Hooper on Big Brothers/Big Sisters and Earth Day; LCC Professor and Writing at the Ledges’ Rosalie Petrouske and voice of the Lugnuts Jesse Goldberg-Strassler

March 28 – Penny Gardner, MSU Union of Non-Tenured Faculty; Ray Walsh, Curious Bookstore; Angela Vasquez-Giroux Wittrock, Progress Michigan & Poet Extaordinare

March 21 – Mike Parker of Teamsters; Linda Peckham of Rally of Writers

March 14 – spring breeak

February 28 – David Waymire -Eric Schneidewind of AARP on the GOP agenda.

February 21 – THE GOVERNOR’S BUDGET PRIORITIES – David Holtz, Progress Michigan; Ray Holman, UAW; Eric Schneidewind, AARP.F

February 14 – VALENTINE’S DAY – Playwright Sandra Seaton, Poet in Residence at MSU College of Law; poet Sam Mills.

Feb 7 – Ray Holman (UAW) on labor issues; attorney Bob Baldori on medical marijuana

January 31, Timothy Kaltenbach, regional government and Rick Snyder proposal

January 24- John Beck, director Labor Education Program, MSU; Ann Woiwode, Michigan Chapter of the Sierra Club; Tom Rico, Michigan Peace Center

January 17

January 10 – Heather Boyer, victim advocate; filmmaker Megan Erskine and Greta Hurst of the Baroda Harvest Feast.

January 3 – Cindie Alwood, Women’s Center of Greater Lansing, Lynn Hefferan and husband Brian (Heftones);

December 27 -LCC Closed

December 13-The Book World:  Whitney Spotts, promotional manager of Eastwood Schulers and Randy Riley, special collections manager of the Library of Michigan will talk about their picks for the best books of 2010 and discuss the 2011 Michigan Notable Book Awards.

MSU Journalism Student Caron Creighton also will elaborate on her recent mult-media reporting on the state of the medical marijuana industry in Lansing,Â

December 6 – ON THE MENU: Wes Thorp and Margaret Kingsbury on community efforts to deal with the closing of L&L at Colonial Plaza; Alisha Green on her videos about local food; Melissa Dey Hasbrook and Megan Spencer on 16 Days Lansing. Join us at 7 p.m. – WLNZ – 89.7 & live webcast below CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE SHOW AND FOR ARCHIVED SHOWS

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11-22-10 – Glenn Stutzky, MSU School of Social Work, on the Westboro protests and counter-protests; Poet Jennifer Burd; Kathy Holcomb, Absolute Gallery

11-15-10 – Amanda Segar, MIFMA; Rebecca Titus, Titus Farms; John Hooper, former manager of Lansing City Market; Melissa Osborn, Peace Education Center on Westboro Baptist Church.

MONDAY’S GUESTS (11-8-10): – GOING FORWARD: John Lindstrom, Gongwer, and Cynthia Kyle, Institute for Policy and Social Science Research; Rory Neuner, candidate for Lansing City Council. Join us at 7 p.m. – WLNZ – 89.7 & live webcast below CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE SHOW AND FOR ARCHIVED SHOWS

October 25 – Michael McCallum, filmaker; Doug Johnson, Historical Society of Greater Lansing; Judge Lawence Glazer, author, “Wounded Warrior”, a biography of Governor John Swainson

October 18 – NEWS: Kevin Epling on bullying legislation; Angela Vasquez-Giroux Wittrock of Progress Michigan; LON contributor Candice Wilmore. Join us at 7 p.m. – WLNZ – 89.7 & live webcast below CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE SHOW AND FOR ARCHIVED SHOWS

October 11 – MONDAY’S GUESTS (10-11-10): – FILMS, BOOK AND CULTURE: Dr. Mujib Hourani, Michigan State University Department of Anthroplogy; Grand Rapids  authors Kevin Breen and Patrick Cook. Join us at 7 p.m., Monday, October 11, WLNZ – 89.7 & live webcast below CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE SHOW AND FOR ARCHIVED SHOWS

July 26 – Environmental Law Professor Paulette Stenzel; Food Activist Casey Williamson; Progress Michigan’s David Holtz; Cartoonist Dennis Preston

July 19 -Kathryn Colsanti, CS Mott Group for Sustainable Food Systems (MI Good Food Summit & Ag Expo); Ray Garcia-Special correspondent Greece; Paulette Stenzel (MSU College of Business – fair trade); Poet Sam Mills; Musician Drew Howard
July 12 – Erin Slayter; Schupan; Preuss Pet; Rachel Wells

June 28, 2010 – Todd Heywood/Renee Canady (Deputy Health Officer
Ingham County Health Department
5303 S. Cedar St.
Lansing, MI 48909
(517) 887-4322; fax: (517) 887-4384 – AIDS AWARENESS & PREVENTION IN INGHAM COUNTY – Food – Dr. Ronald Erskine – dairy specialist;

June 21, 2010 – Rina Risper & Power of 9; William Whitbeck & Bob Garrett on Prohibition; Heidi Gustad on social media

July 5 – Joe Reynolds & Ralph Monsma, development;

July 26 – Fitness & health – Mike Hamm; Monsma/Reynolds, Wetlands controversy; election? – Michigan Film Industry

August 2 –UAW in Transition John Beck, director Labor Education Progam, MSU;  Brian Fredline President UAW Local 602 Lansing; Randy Freeman, vice president UAW Local 652, Lansing Grand River David Holtz, Michigan Progress-election predictions;

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August 16, Dennis Burnside and Doug Warren, Community Supporters of Malcolm X Street renaming group; Tina Sarkey & Kathy Ornish -health and fitness

August 23, Lance Werner, director of the Capital Area District Library; Ginny Haas, Director Community Relations, Michigan State University

August 30 Mary Levine, Greater Lansing Housing Authority; Eric Schertzing, Ingham County Land Bank, and Dennis Burnside and Doug Warren, community supporters of Malcolm X street renaming

September 13:  Todd Heywood of Michigan Messenger; Rebecca Payne of the Peace Education Center; jazz and blues aficionado Candice Wilmore.

September 20

September 27 Tom Rico and guest from the Peace Education Center

Guests and issues for the future:

Wine tour  author

Glenn Stutzky – Kevin Epling

Rachel Wilkerson – Tina – health

Michigan Atheists/Humanists

 MSU Historian Michael Stamm

Joe Darden – State of Black Michigan
Paulette Stenzel – Sustainability and Fair Trade
Medical Marijuana
Lori Thorp – pigs at the organic farm & sustainability
John Biernbaum – organic, authentic, natural, sustainable – what do these terms mean

Sue Carter & Bob Gould – Malawi
Christine Thatcher on starting a new theater
Lynn Hefferan – knitting
Sue Spagnuolo – making cheese




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