Indie Pop Dresses bounces into Mac’s Bar

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Indie-pop band Dresses (Portland, Oregon) is making its way to Mac’s Bar this Tuesday, March 18th. Doors open at 6 p.m. Opening acts include Dizzy Dearest (Mason, MI) and Rival Summers (Sterling Heights,… Continue reading

WLNZ Cardboard Classic

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            Sharpies, sleds, and snowpants. Saturday, Jan. 25 WLNZ 89.7 fm teamed up with Lansing Parks and Recreation for the 8th annual Cardboard Classic. The event took place at Gier Park, and brought… Continue reading

20 Years, 20 Faces, Final Week: Petersons, Mike & Steve (Not Related)

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Mike Peterson LCCRadio:  What’s your favorite LCC Radio memory? Mike: Memories include: hoisting the original tower up on top of the Arts and Sciences building, playing the first song heard on WLNZ “Angela”… Continue reading

20 Years, 20 Faces: Final Week: MoJo

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MoJo LCCRadio:  When were you involved with LCC Radio? MoJo: I learned audio production and hosted a few on air shifts throughout the week. LCCRadio:  What was your role here? MoJo: ON air and… Continue reading

20 Years, 20 Faces: Week 3: Current Student Employees

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Karen Hopper LCCRadio:  When were you involved with LCC Radio? I started volunteering in January of 2013 and had my first day as a student employee on February 18th. We’re celebrating an anniversary!… Continue reading

20 Years, 20 Faces: Josh Hackela and Tod Bauer

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Josh Hakala LCCRadio:  When were you involved with LCC Radio? 1999-2003 (I think I started in ’99?) LCCRadio:  What was your role here? Sports Director / play-by-play announcer / On-Air host (I hosted… Continue reading

20 Years, 20 Faces: Week 2: Jack Robbins

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LCC Radio celebrates its 20th anniversary this month. We’re introducing a feature called “20 Years, 20 Faces.” Check back here throughout February to get a glimpse at the people behind the airwaves .… Continue reading

20 Years, 20 Faces, Week 2: Geary Morrill

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  Geary Morrill When were you involved with LCC Radio? I was involved from 1971 to 1973. At that time, WLCC was a closed circuit on campus radio station. What was your role… Continue reading

Maybe Next Time keeps Pop Punk Alive

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Story by Sarah Spohn, A&E Editor of the Lookout and WLNZ Radio Volunteer Grand Rapids-based pop punk band, Maybe Next Time is making waves all across Mid-Michigan with its energetic youthful tunes. After… Continue reading

20 Years, 20 Faces: Week 1: The Great Dave Downing.

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LCC Radio celebrates its 20th anniversary this month. We’re introducing a feature called “20 Years, 20 Faces.” Check back here throughout February to get a glimpse at the people behind the airwaves .… Continue reading