Wednesday, Nov. 28 — This week's guests are Nathan Triplett, East Lansing City Councilman; Eric Schertzing, Ingham County Treasurer; Kathleen Rodgers, Lansing Township Supervisor; Aaron Bales, guitarist/vocalist of Flatfoot; and Kathie Dunbar, Lansing City Councilwoman.
Wednesday, Nov. 21 — This week’s guests are State Rep. Joan Bauer; Ron Van Timmeren, vice president of programming for Loeks Theaters; Mary Elanie Kiener, Walnut Neighborhood resident; and Rina Risper, president of the Walnut Neighborhood Organization.
Wednesday Nov. 14 — This week's guests are Al Salas and Lorenzo Lopez on the Cristo Rey Community Center; Pat Lindemann, Ingham County drain commissioner; and Yannet Lathrop, policy analyst at the Michigan League for Public Policy.
Wednesday, Nov. 7 — This week's guests are Alison Gass, curator of contemporary art at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, Min Jung Kim, deputy director of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, Kyle Melinn, City Pulse political columnist, City Pulse contributing writer Walt Sorg and Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero.
Wednesday, Oct. 31 —This week's guests are Walt Sorg, City Pulse contributor; Norm Shinkle, Ingham County Republican party chairman; Susan Woods, executive director of the East Lansing Film Festival; Alison Gass, curator of contemporary art at the Broad Art Museum; and 30th Circuit Court judicial candidates Ken Ross and Jim Jamo.
Wednesday, Oct. 24 —This week's guests are Ari Adler and Walt Sorg to discuss statewide ballot proposals; Maureen Costello, director of Teaching Tolerance, on the nationwide "Mix It Up at Lunch Day"; Author Steve Miller on his new book, "Nobody's Women"; and singer Gino Federici.
Wednesday, Oct. 17 — This week's guests are actor Jamie Farr, Joan Nelson, director of the Allen Neighborhood Center and LCC Board of Trustees candidates John Roy Castillo, Todd Heywood, Lawrence Hidalgo Jr. and Joe Manzella.
Wednesday, Oct. 10 — This week's guests are City Pulse political columnist Kyle Melinn; Eugene "Gil" Wanger on Ingham County Republicans; John Lindenmayer, advocacy and policy director for the League of Michigan Bicyclists; and Robin Reynolds, executive director of the Ingham Health Plan and Rick Murdock, executive director of the Michigan Association of Health Plans.
Wednesday, Oct. 3 — This week's guests are MSU sociology professor Toby A. Ten Eyck, Joe Ross on the Solar Home Tour, Valerie Marvin, president of the Historical Society of Greater Lansing, and candidates for the 69th State House District seat, Sam Singh and Susan McGillicuddy.