A BUSY, YET FUN, TUESDAY MORNING.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN!! MARK AND WALT!!
Another morning of all kinds of stuff going on on the big show, but we wouldn’t have it any other way. We always find it to be more fun when we are full up with things to talk about.
From the latest adventures of the Negaunee Miners as they head downstate to Petoskey to continue on in the State Basketball Playoffs, to a chat with State Senator Tom Casperson, to a conversation with one of the speakers at Northern Michigan University who is visiting through the week.
Wow! That’s busy! Just the way we like it!
A CONVERSATION WITH SENATOR TOM CASPERSON.
MI STATE SENATOR TOM CASPERSON
State Senator Tom Casperson called in to the show recently and discussed the current budget situation in Lansing and the plans put forth by the Snyder Administration. Senator Casperson said that while he is in agreement with a majority of the plan, there are a few issues he has with it.
He also weighed in with his early impressions of the Governor Rick Snyder era and how it seems to be going so far. Senator Casperson also talked about how receptive Governor Snyder is to listening to him about ideas and how they impact the Upper Peninsula.
You can listen to the interview with Senator Casperson by clicking “HERE” and visit his official website by clicking “HERE“.
CHATTING WITH A VISITING AUTHOR, ACTIVIST AND ARTIST.
APRIL LINDALA AND LOIS BEARDSLEE
Lois Beardslee, a prominent Native American author and artist joined Mark and Walt to talk about her work and what she will be discussing at a special presentation coming up tonight on the campus of Northern Michigan University. She told us about some of the key points of her presentation as well about what she addresses in her writings and art pieces.
She was joined by April Lindala, Director of the Center For Native American Studies at NMU with an overview of the Indigenous Earth Issues Summit at NMU which is coming up Friday. Lois Beardslee will also be presenting at the summit as well. It will be held in the Whitman Commons on campus and starts at 9-am.
Lois Beardslee is speaking tonight at 7 o’clock in Jamrich Hall Room 102 on the NMU campus. The event is free and open to the public.
To listen to the interview, please click “HERE” and to visit the website for the Center For Native American Studies, please click “HERE“.
A LOT GOING ON, BUT HOW ELSE WOULD YOU WANT IT?
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