On Wednesday, February 13, we have a great treat in store here at WKAR. As part of our ongoing Community Cinema series of screenings and discussions we will welcome Willard K. Walker, Tremaine Philips and Renee Canady to lend their insight onto the civil rights issues presented in The Powerbroker: Whitney Young's Fight for Civil Rights.
The documentary is very powerful but the experience and insight our panel brings to the topic will be significant and one well worth attending.
Every so often, Cathy Zell, our Development Director, arrives and shares the news that we have a special ticket offer, courtesy of our friends at Wharton Center with whom we have a terrific partnership.
This week, we have a special offer. The first is tickets to the performance of Rain at Wharton Center. This well-known group performs Beatles songs with the costumes, make up and spot-on voices of the Fab Four.
With your gift to WKAR here, our thank-you puts you in the audience for Experience the Beatles with RAINand a meet-and-greet opportunity. 8p Friday March 29 at Wharton Center - Cobb Great Hall | Give Now, Get Tickets Here
Tune to Current State every day next week as Scott Pohl and Peter Whorf report from the North American International Auto Show at Cobo Hall in Detroit. We'll also take you on a tour of classic cars at Lansing's own RE Olds Museum of Transportation.