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Traverse City, MI






September 20, 2017

Jack O’Malley, from the WTCM-FM Morning Show, discussing Bras for a Cause; Max Anderson, Executive Director of the Traverse City Chamber of Commerce, talking about connecting kids with STEM careers through the Boy Scouts; a #GoodNewsStory about serendipity.

Duration: 00:45:24

September 19, 2017

WTCM’s Michelle Perez, director of “Wait Until Dark,” running now at the Old Town Playhouse; Leah Bagdon McCallum, Director of Community Capacity for Rotary Charities; Jennifer Finnegan Pool from Single | MOMM, about their upcoming, “Blue Jeans and Pearls” event; plus, a #GoodNewsStory about a concert one fan will never forget.

Duration: 00:44:59

September 18, 2017

Started this week with #MusicMonday and Jordan Anderson, from Mr. Music DJ & Event Services, talking about Lady Gaga taking medical leave, Rolling Stone’s pending sale and news of the international music market. Then, it’s Oh Brother Big Sister, live in studio! Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about a young kayaker hero.

Duration: 00:46:15

September 13, 2017

Susan Fischer, promoting her program “Aging Matters” at the Interlochen Public Library; Chuck Sorentino, Kalkaska High School Principal, discussing his somewhat-controversial changes to the school. Plus: Kim Komando’s thoughts on the new iPhone, and a #GoodNewsStory about an organization that’s donated $1.5 million to veterans.

Duration: 00:44:55

September 12, 2017

Valeri Dietz, from Woofers on the Run, a pet care business offering dog walking and running, group canine fitness events, puppy care, pet sitting and more; Joe Sanok, from Mental Wellness Counseling, talking about disagreements; a #GoodNewsStory about a compassionate dog looking out for other creatures.

Duration: 00:46:53

September 11, 2017

Jordan Anderson from Mr. Music DJ & Event Services, talking about the influence of happy music on creativity, a new “mobile record label” and an Avengers-style team up of industry heavyweights to solve the “getting paid for digital” issue; singer-songwriter Rob Bolin, live in studio; a #GoodNewsStory about a TC woman who wants to help someone who helped her.

Duration: 00:45:25

September 8, 2017

Kicking off this jumbo-sized Friday edition with Beth Milligan, from the Traverse City Ticker, discussing a developer suing over Proposal 3, Northern Michigan tree loss far outpacing growth, and a new brewery that will open at a 200 acre hops farm in Acme; welcoming Janine from Pine Hill Village Gardens for the last gardening show of the year; on the DTE Energy Community Coffee Break, Ty Schmidt, from Norte Youth Cycling, on getting kids more active and what’s next for the organization; Meg...

Duration: 01:31:39

September 7, 2017

Bryan Boettcher, from Good On Paper Improv, promoting their new season and new location at West Bay Beach in Traverse City. Plus: Open lines, and a #GoodNewsStory about a special scholarship for children growing up without parents.

Duration: 00:39:23

September 6, 2017

Ginger Feldman and Jessica Schlimme from March of Dimes, withChef Eric Nittolo, talking about the mission of March of Dimes and the upcoming Signature Chef Auction and fundraiser. Then, Mike Kent with Ray Danielson discuss TC Patriot game and 22 to None veterans services. Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about how a Selfie could save your life.

Duration: 00:45:11

September 5, 2017

Welcome back! Russell Schindler and Lisa Lorincz, from TC New Tech, preview tonight’s legal-focused meetup at 6pm at City Opera House. Plus: Your smart phone is overwhelming you, and a #GoodNewsStory about how a metal pioneer’s legacy is helping the musical youth of today.

Duration: 00:45:44

September 1, 2017

On this jumbo Friday edition, we started with Beth Milligan, from the Traverse City Ticker, talking about the future of the Union Street Dam and potential Brownfield funding for downtown developments. Then, Janine from Pine Hill Village Gardens answered all your plant questions! Next, on the DTE Community Coffee Break, we spoke with Todd Hall, Managing Director of Pain Free Michigan, Inc., offering drug-free, needle-free pain relief. And, finally, with back to school in the air, we talked...

Duration: 01:29:38

August 31, 2017

Today we had Deb Allen, Director of the Grand Traverse Pavilions Foundation, talking about the final Concerts on the Lawn, and Abby Byar, discussing her charity Spark in the Dark, connecting people with needs to those who can help. Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about a life-saving spouse.

Duration: 00:38:09

August 29, 2017

We welcomed Nancy Swanson, from Concerned Citizens of Portage Lake, a group filing a suit against Portage Point Inn and Onekema Township about a proposed five-story boat barn; Joe Sanok, with Mental Wellness Counseling, about common arguments you and your partner get into when the kids head back to school. Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about amazing ways regular folks are helping through hurt by Hurricane Harvey.

Duration: 00:46:01

August 28, 2017

Jordan Anderson, from Mr. Music DJ & Event Services, discusses UPS getting into the pop marketing game, playing the saxophone on the operating table, and the most unexpected place for a party. Then, singer Jan Fisher, of the Back Room Game, talks about the band’s 40+ year history and their upcoming show this Thursday at the Grand Traverse Pavilions’ Concerts on the Lawn. Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about enriching the lives of the elderly through technology.

Duration: 00:46:03

August 25, 2017

We started our super-sized Friday show with Beth Milligan, from the Traverse City Ticker, talking about Hobby Lobby and defining “affordable housing.” Then, Janine from Pine Hill answered your gardening questions. Next, on the DTE Energy Community Coffee Break, we were joined by Dan Musser, President of the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, voted Best Historic Hotel in the United States by USA Today. And, finally, we welcomed Meg Weichman, from the Traverse City Film Festival, talking about...

Duration: 01:29:17

August 24, 2017

We welcomed Meredith Hawes, from the National Fire Protection Association, along with Russ Sanders, NFPA’s Central Regional Director, discussing changes in safety standards throughout the years, and Jen Loup, animal behavior expert with Loupine LLC, answering your pet questions! Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about an unexpected rescue dog.

Duration: 00:40:55

August 23, 2017

Today we were joined by Fred Woodhams, Michigan Secretary of State’s office, talking about a federal mandate to issue a “Real ID” to citizens. Plus: open lines, and a #GoodNewsStory about a 10 year old who helped the save the lives of his mother and (VERY) newborn brother.

Duration: 00:44:18

August 22, 2017

We were joined by Max Anderson, Executive Director of the Traverse City Chamber of Commerce, talking about his first eight months on the job and their on-going efforts to support small business in our region. Plus: a possible name change for Barlow Street in TC, and a #GoodNewsStory about a divorce attorney saving a marriage.

Duration: 00:43:15

August 21, 2017

Starting the week with #MusicMonday, and Jordan Anderson from Mr. Music DJ & Event Services, talking about the perfect song for today’s solar eclipse, a sllllooowww trend in pop music, and the most rocking RickRoll ever. Then, it’s Brooklyn-based trio The Bergamot (Jillian Speece, Nathaniel Hoff and Noah Webber), performing live in-studio! Plus: a #GoodNewsStory about a high-profile lawyer who gave it up all up to held kids in his neighborhood.

August 18, 2017

Happy Friday! We started our super-sized show with Beth Milligan, from the Traverse City Ticker, talking about new decisions reached by TCAPS and a proposed West Front parking deck. Then, we spoke with Janine from Pine Hill Village Gardens, answering your landscaping and planting questions. Next, on the DTE Energy Community Coffee Break, Krista Cooper, Executive Director of the Traverse Symphony Orchestra, talks about their 65th Anniversary and what’s next for the organization. And, finally,...
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