City Pulse On the Air, April 19, 2020: Randy Clark, Matt Grossman and Whitney Spotts

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SATURDAY, April 18 — On this edition of City Pulse On the Air: What did last week’s demonstration tell us about the 2020 presidential campaign? It’s time for City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz's weekly talk with MSU political scientist Matt Grossman.

Schwartz also interviews Randy Clark, a 63-year-old retired schoolteacher from Flint. Last Wednesday, thousands filled central Lansing streets and clogged highways. The noisiest among them captured the media’s attention. But many protesters stayed in their cars as they attempted to circle the Capitol. Clark was one of them.

Arts editor Skyler Ashley speaks with Whitney Spotts, lead singer of the popular local cover band Starfarm. Her band, of course, has been sidelined by the shutdown order during the pandemic. She discusses its impact on the industry, and what the future of live music might look like.

Listen to City Pulse every Sunday at 10 a.m. on Impact 89 FM.

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