Podcast 50 – “There’s a Kat For That” Sketch, Michigan’s Gray Wolves, GAFBO, Top 5 Things to Do Around Lansing
A sketch about the Kat Cooper Mobile App, Louise Knott Ahern talks about her search for Gray Wolves in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, and the guys from GAFBO chat about all things beards.
On TV: Watch video of Ginger and the Geek every Friday and Monday at 7:30PM on the Lansing Public Access channel on Comcast, Ch. 16 (Lansing residents only).
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Opening Sketch: “There’s a Kat For That” Take a piece of Ginger and the Geek home with you, thanks to the Kat Cooper Mobile App. It can give exercise encouragement, offer outfit advice, test the quality of a restaurant’s ranch dressing and yes, even review films–ask it what it thinks of Alvin and the Chipmunks 4: Squeak by Squeak-West. (written by Daniel J. Hogan)
First Segment: (00:00 +/- 14:30) Live, from the Lansing Public Media Center (recorded 03.20.2012) Kat Cooper and Daniel J. Hogan (along with producer Melik) chat with Louise Knott Ahern (of the Lansing State Journal) about her search for Gray Wolves in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Gray Wolves were recently taken off the Endangered Species list, and Louise headed north to see if she could spot some in the wild.
Second Segment: (+/- 14:30 – End)
John and Kyle from the Great American Fierce Beard Organization talk about their fierce beards and their upcoming charity events, including a prom at Gone Wired Café.
Top Five Things to Do in Lansing! (OK, there is a bit more than five this week)
- Starlight Dinner Theatre presents: Let’s Murder Marsha
- LCC Theatre presents: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
- LCP Presents: Checking Out
- Peppermint Creek – Next Fall
- Riverwalk – Becky’s New Car
- Wharton Center – Riverdance
Boys High School Basketball
Notes from the Geek
Our 50th show! Wow. Really glad I saved my terrible Gilbert Gottfried impression for this one.
Daniel (the Geek)
Ginger and the Geek is a podcast and blog by Kat Cooper and Daniel J. Hogan. New episodes stream live every Tuesday at 7PM EST on Ustream, and are available for download the following Thursday. The podcast is made possible thanks to a partnership with Lansing NOISE and the Lansing Public Media Center.