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Lynn Henning, Detroit News Sports Columnist 
Reflections on Detroit Sports Scene

April 15, 2016

Lynn Henning joined the Detroit News sports staff in 1979 and in his

decades there covered all Detroit sports with particular emphasis on the Tigers, Michigan's two Big Ten universities, two Olympics and six Masters. He was also editor of the PGA's national magazine for five years.


He has written three books:


Spartan Seasons and Spartan Seasons II, which focused on Michigan State's colorful sports history, and Bottom of the Ninth, the Kirk Gibson autobiography that Henning co-authored.


Lynn is a native of St. Johns, Michigan and a 1974 graduate of Michigan State with a degree in journalism. He lives in Troy.

Discussion - Amy Johnson, Director, Animal Assisted Therapy Program
                            Oakland University  -  Animal Assisted Therapy

Amy Johnson is the Director of the Center for Human Animal Interventions at Oakland University's School of Nursing.  The Center offers a certificate program in Animal Assisted Therapy and an Honors College course on the Human-Animal Bond. 


Ms. Johnson founded "Teacher’s Pet: Dogs and Kids Learning Together."   She has a Master of Arts in Counseling, a Master of Arts in Teaching, is certified in Trauma and Loss Counseling, and earned a national certification in Dog Training.

April 22, 2016

Chris Edwards, Channel 7 Meteorologist

Chemtrails, Climate Change, Current Communication


Elysia Borowy-Reeder, Exec. Dir. Museum of Contemporary Art

Why You Should Love Contemporary Art

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