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Mr. Music; E Minor

Happy #MusicMonday! Today we talked with Jordan Anderson from Mr. Music DJ & Event Services about searching Alexa by lyrics, music’s surprisingly good 2017 and remembering Avicii. Then, E Minor (Elizabeth Landry) joined us to talk about her new album and give us a sneak peek of a few tracks! Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about a man who takes in those who no one else will take in.


Ticker; Joke Jam Finale; Eileen McNamara; QwikFun Friday

On today’s jumbo-sized edition, we started with Beth Milligan from the Traverse City Ticker, recapping the week’s biggest local stories; comedian Stewart Huff, along with Matt Zerilli and Morgan Burke-Beyers ahead of Saturday’s TC Charity Joke Jam Grand Finale; the Community Coffee Break, brought to you by Craig Wealth Advisors, with author Eileen McNamara about her new book “Eunice: The Kennedy Who Changed the World,” ahead of her appearance next week at the National Writer’s Series;...


Big Dipper Dough; Workforce/Homeless Housing

It’s the “Foodie Scene,” featuring Austin Groesser of Big Dipper Dough, the delicious cookie dough that’s perfectly fine to eat raw. Then, Tony Lentych, from the Traverse City Housing Commission, addressing the need for both workforce housing and solutions to the rising homelessness concerns with a proposed new renovation to Country Inn and Suites on Munson Avenue. Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about one man’s determination to find a job finally paying off.


Opioid Forum; Michael’s Place Fundraiser

David Lyden and Jeff Blakeman, 9&10 News, joined us ahead of tonight’s Northern Michigan Opioid Epidemic Forum, airing tonight at 7 on 9&10 News and Local 32. Then, Mindy Buell, Executive Director of Michael’s Place, a non-profit offering peer-to-peer support for grieving kids, teens and adults, discusses their “Night at the Movies” benefit this Friday at the State Theatre in Traverse City, with a screening of “The Greatest Showman.” Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about the best college...


Internet Privacy; Hockey Fundraiser

Today we spoke with Tim Gillen, from Terrapin Networks, about privacy, the Internet, and what you can do to protect yourself. Then, Meghan Flaska, from the Grand Traverse Hockey Association, and Owen Flaska, Goalie for Traverse City Central Trojan Hockey, talking about their upcoming benefit for the Humboldt Broncos hockey team in the wake of their tragic bus accident earlier this month. Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about a compassionate fellow traveler.


Mr. Music; Rory Baker

Starting another week off with #MusicMonday! First, Jordan Anderson from Mr. Music DJ & Event Services talks about Huey Lewis’ hearing loss, Dire Straits’ bizarre Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction and in the ongoing confusion regarding Prince’s estate. The, Rory Baker, Executive Director of Interlochen Presents, discusses their upcoming Summer Concert Series and what goes into their booking strategies. Plus, a #GoodNewsStory about an unlikely bond formed from an act of kindness.


Ticker Headlines; Line 5 Controversy; Community Coffee Break; QwikFun Friday

On today’s super-sized Friday edition, we first spoke with Beth Milligan from the Traverse City Ticker, recapping the week’s biggest headlines; Senator Wayne Schmidt, talking about his urging to temporarily shut down Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline after damage this week; the Community Coffee Break, brought to you by Craig Wealth Advisors, with Sue Bolde, Executive Director of Traverse Bay Children’s Advocacy Center, discussing April’s National Child Abuse Prevention Month; Dave Durbin, with...


Chef Scott Turner; Dr. Tilar Mazzeo

Today, it’s “The Foodie Scene,” with Executive Chef Scott Turner from Apache Trout Grill in Traverse City! Then, Dr. Tilar Mazzeo, author of the New York Times Bestseller “The Widow Clicquot,” the story of a champagne empire and the woman who ruled France, ahead of Mazzeo’s Saturday appearance at City Opera House. Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about a Robotics Team helping out a little boy.


Jeanette Mason; Open Lines

We spoke with Jeanette Mason, director of the tragic-comic mystery “The Father,” running April 13 through the 28 at the Old Town Playhouse Studio Depot Theater. Plus: Team Elmer’s giving kids career advice, Mark Zuckerberg’s Congressional testimony, the coming storm, and a #GoodNewsStory about a world record climb to get closer to a loved one.


Ryan Hannon; Sarah Hubbell

On today’s show, we spoke with Ryan Hannon, Street Outreach Coordinator for Goodwill Northern Michigan, about our area’s youth homelessness crisis. Then, Sarah Hubbell, from Mental Wellness Counseling, talking about dealing with teens with anxiety, depression and trauma. Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about second chances.


#MusicMonday; Oh Brother Big Sister

Happy #MusicMonday! We kicked things off with Jordan Anderson from Mr. Music DJ & Event Services, talking Ozzy giving up his driver’s license, the hospital that shared a bit too much about Ed Sheeran, and Merle Haggard’s new post office. Then, Oh Brother Big Sister (Penny and Radel Rosin), joined us live in-studio to perform and promote their music video release party, April 18 at 7 pm at The Little Fleet. Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about an Easter miracle.


GT County Corrections; Tax Season; End of Week Wrap Up

Happy (snowy?) Friday! We kicked off our super-sized show with Beth Milligan, from the Traverse City Ticker, recapping this week’s biggest headlines; then, Captain Todd Ritter, of the Grand Traverse County Corrections Division, discussing increases in inmate suicide attempts mental health issues, along with staff issues; followed by the Community Coffee Break, with Debbie Craig from Craig Wealth Advisors talkin’ tax season, and Dave Durbin from QwikFun, giving you a head’s up on what’s...


Chocolate Fest; Cherry Queen

On today’s “Foodie Scene,” we spoke with Barbara Disborough of the Traverse City Chocolate Festival, April 15 at City Opera House. Then, we had National Cherry Festival Queen Ashley Schitchel and Cindy Pleva-Weber, Assistant Director of Queen’s Scholarship Program. Plus: thoughts on the Open Space mural controversy, and a #GoodNewsStory about the reinvigorating power of new life.


Jeffery Alan Ford

This morning we spoke with Jeffery Alan Ford, author, MENSA member and World Genius Directory: 2016 Genius of the Year for America, working to impact perception and understanding. Plus: a follow-up on the proposed Open Space mural, and a #GoodNewsStory about a teacher starting his students’ day with something incredible.


Author Gary M. Murrell; TC NewTech

Today we spoke with Gary M. Murrell, author of “Bones in a Box: Fear and the Drive for Human Control.” Then, Russell Schindler and Lisa Baker-Lorencz from TC NewTech, ahead of tonight’s meet up at City Opera House. Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about an all-terrain wheelchair.


#MusicMonday; Mr. Music; The 57′s

What day is it? It’s #MusicMonday! First, it’s Jordan Anderson from Mr. Music DJ & Event Services, talking about the old guard’s take on making it in today’s entertainment biz, Ticketmaster’s possible antitrust activities, and why singles are a better bet than albums these days. Then, rock band The 57’s (Kayla Frost and Corey Heinz) joined us live in-studio for a chat and performance! Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about police officers stepping up and stepping in for kids in need.


March 30, 2018

We kicked off this super-sized Friday show with Beth Milligan from the Traverse City Ticker, reviewing the biggest stories of the week, including the proposed open space public mural; Cherryland Humane Society Executive Director Heidi Yates and Kathy Heylund, owner of Pets Naturally, about their upcoming fundraiser “Fences for Fido,” raising money for a fenced-in area at Cherryland for the animals to roam; on the Community Coffee Break, brought to you by Craig Wealth Advisors, Catherine...


March 29, 2018

On today’s “Foodie Scene,” it’s an encore presentation of our interview with James Morse, chef at The Boathouse. Plus: what’s America watching on TV, and a #GoodNewsStory about a lifelong dream fulfilled.


March 28, 2018

Anybody got parking woes? We have a few, and today on the show we opened up the phone lines to talk about what’s going on in town, including a recent “repeal” of the 30 Minutes Free button at numerous meters. Plus: Michigan leading the nation in something you don’t want to lead in, protecting your privacy amidst the latest Facebook controversy, Stay-cation ideas and #GoodNewsStory about a hero dog who saved an exhausted man from drowning.


March 27, 2018

New Hope Community Church Pastor Rick Stewart and “The Promise” director Carolyn Hoover, this Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Steve Greenman, from Mental Wellness Counseling, discussing addiction. Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about Good Samaritan college students.


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