This week's guests are Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero; Mayoral candidate, Harold Leeman Jr.; Founder of the East Lansing Film Festival, Susan Woods; and Executive Director of Michigan Energy Options, John Kinch.
This week's guests are Thomas Krug, executive director of Fraternal Order of Police Local 141; Terry Bush and Bruce Kuffer of the Steam Railroading Institute; singer/songwriter John Hiatt; and At-Large Lansing City Council candidates Brian Jeffries, Kathie Dunbar and Judi Brown Clarke
This week's guests are Riverview Church Pastor, Noel Heikkinen; Singer, Johnny Mathis; Olympic Medalist, Carl Lewis; 4th Ward Lansing City Councilwoman, Jessica Yorko; and 4th Ward Lansing City Council Candidate, Chong-Anna Canfora.
This week's guests are Chris Swope, Lansing City Clerk; Tina Houghton, Lansing City Councilwoman; Douglas Jester of 5 Lakes Energy; Carol Koenig, Ingham County Commissioner; and political columnist Susan Demas.
Wednesday, Oct. 2 — This week's guests are Ariniko O'Meara, photographer/blogger; medical marijuana patients Steve and Maria Green; Charmie Gholson, founder of Michigan Moms United; Steve Bohnet on Old Town Oktoberfest; and Valerie Marvin, president of Historical Society of Greater Lansing.
Wednesday, Sept. 25 — This week's guests are Brett Miller of Michigan Consumers for Healthcare; Robin Reynolds, executive director of Ingham Health Plan; Heather Guernsey, on the MSU Community Music School; and Bob Tresize, president and CEO of Lansing Economic Area Partnership.
Wednesday, Sept. 11 — This week's guests are Lansing Symphony Orchestra Conductor Timothy Muffitt and percussion soloist Lisa Pegher; developer Tim Hunnicutt; architect Dan Bollman; and Preservation Lansing chairwoman Gretchen Cochran.
Wednesday, Sept. 4 — This week's guests are Ryan Wert and Paul Holland, Orginizers of Art Attack; Steve Miller, City Pulse contributor; Don Leduc, President of Cooley Law School; and Donald Heller, Dean of Michigan State University's College of Education
Wednesday, Aug. 21 — This week's guests are Jay Kaplan of the LGBT Legal Project of the ACLU of Michigan; Emily Horvath of Michigan Pride; Rachel Crandall of Transgender Michigan; Nathan Triplett, East Lansing Mayor Pro-tem; Walt Sorg, City Pulse political columnist; and Angie Mayeaux, executive director of Haven House.