11.08.2010 | Get Fermented with the Brinery

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Global economic meltdown got you down? Then listen in and let David Klingenberger CFO (Chief Fermentation Officer) of Ann Arbor’s own The Brinery stim­u­late your inner economy.

After an exxxtraspe­cial call-​​in from from America’s Next Top Political Pundit (and hope­fully IHIH’s newest polit­ical cor­re­spon­dent) Colin Warren, we crunch on turnips, groove on some veggie-​​themed jams and talk fer­men­ta­tion, local produce, and local business with David — a man who loves pickles even more than we do.

Is all this talk of fla­vorful, crunchy, organic, local pickled veg­eta­bles making your mouth water? Then be sure to check out The Brinery @ the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market Wednesdays and Saturdays. Your guts will thank you.

xoxo,

the ladies of IHIH

11.01.2010 | Election Edition

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Failure to vote is not a protest, it’s just lazy.

Tune in to get a sense of the mood in DC — hear from the Michigan League of Conservation Voters on who’s greenest on your ballot — from Emily/​Judy about the role of business in sus­tain­ability and from who we hope will be America’s next top polit­ical pundit Colin Warren.

Voting is sexy.

xoxo,

the IHIH family

10.18.2010 | Great Lakes, Green Jobs

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This just in: the Detroit Incinerator is offi­cially shut down and the Beehive Collective is soon coming to town!

Tune into It’s Hot in Here, Monday from 12–1 on 88.3 WCBN-​​FM-​​Ann Arbor, or wcbn​.org/​l​i​s​t​e​n​.​h​tml for our “Great Lakes, Green Jobs: Environmental Justice, Clean Energy, Activism” edition.

Michelle Martinez, SNRE Alum and Cool Cities Project Staff Organizer with the Sierra Club will join us live in the studio to talk clean, green jobs in the Great Lakes Region. Diana Nucera from the Allied Media Project and Ahmina Maxey form the East Michigan Environmental Action Council will joins us on the phone to chat about the Beehive Collective and the recently closed Detroit Incinerator.

Listen closely and you may even score a free pair of tickets to a hot concert near you,

Stay Hot Ann Arbor,
Gina

Two Special Guests, One Exxxtra Special Continent

Join us for groovy jams, news spannin’ the continent, and VERY special guests Rebecca Hardin, Professor of Anthropology and Natural Resources at UM AND our very own Washington correspondent/​SNRE success story, Kerry Duggan.

This just in: WCBN Saves Lives, half of the world’s pop­u­la­tion are women and people eat food! Continue reading Two Special Guests, One Exxxtra Special Continent