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For Labor Day weekend, City Pulse On the Air revisited some highlights from this summer.
Back in July, staff writer Dennis Burck interviewed J.J. Jackson, a Michigan School for the Blind alumnus who was good friends with a famous classmate of his, Stevie Wonder.
Elissa Slotkin, a Democrat from very Republican Holly, Michigan, told City Pulse editor and publisher Berl Schwartz how she became an LGBTQ Ally.
Arts editor Audrey Matusz took a deep dive into the world of estate sales. While touring a house in Okemos, she learns about the former owner's vast collection of Punch & Judy puppets. Vintage resale experts, Kellie's Consignments and D3 Designs, elaborate on the dolls' value as well as their cataloging process.
Listen to City Pulse On the Air, every Sunday, at 10 a.m., on Impact 89FM.