Joel and Mike recap the Michigan game and their trip to Ann Arbor, and AD Joe Parker joins to give the latest in CSU athletics
Joel and Mike talk about the Michigan game and experience in Ann Arbor….and then bring in AD Joe Parker for a bit to talk about the latest in CSU athletics, including the Michigan trip and game from his viewpoint, upcoming changes to gameday at Canvas, Fum’s Song, connecting with former student athletes, and more.
Will Tschetter on Michigan's offseason, the value of redshirting and Ann Arbor's best restaurants
Go Blue With Stu: A Michigan basketball podcast
Today's episode of Go Blue With Stu features redshirt freshman forward Will Tschetter! The Field of 68 is POWERED by Bet Rivers. Follow Stu on twitter. SUBSCRIBE to us on Youtube. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ep. 110: Michigan Spring Game Draft, Colin Kaepernick In Ann Arbor, Jim Harbaugh In 2022
The Wolverine Digest Pod
A spring game honorary captain isn't really supposed to be the center of attention but that's how things are shaping up in Ann Arbor. Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh has invited his former quarterback Colin Kaepernick to be a captain during pregame festivities for tomorrow's spring game. Kaepernick will also throw to some wide receivers at halftime in front of dozens of NFL scouts as he continues to chase his NFL dreams. The announcement of Kaepernick's involvement has driven a bit of a wedge into the Michigan fanbase, which certainly wasn't Harbaugh's intention, but it's silly to think that he didn't know there would be some backlash. Once we discussed the elephant in the room, we launched into our Michigan Football Spring Game Draft. Given some of the question marks on Michigan's roster, assembling a starting lineup on both sides of the ball for two teams can be tricky, but that's what makes spring ball so fun. It was fun to put our teams together ahead of the spring game that will be played between two teams that were drafted by the Michigan coaching staff.
Picking films for a festival 🎥 Leslie Raymond, Ann Arbor Film Festival
The Art of Curation
“Film curators definitely have the challenge of [their medium’s] temporal nature. With two dimensional objects, you can easily look at them at once and figure out [how to] arrange them. But when it comes to working with a time-based medium, you really have to watch it…and maybe multiple times to understand how the piece works.” — Leslie Raymond, Ann Arbor Film Festival At 60 years old, the Ann Arbor Film Festival (AAFF) is the longest-running independent and experimental film festival in North America. Its director, Leslie Raymond, doesn’t just think about curating the best selection of experimental films each year. She also considers how the films fit into the festival’s rich legacy and Ann Arbor’s own cultural standing. (It’s been called the “Berkeley of the East.”)It was exciting to learn about the ways film curation differs from other forms of curation and how the AAFF team turns 2,700 submissions into a tight, six-day lineup that surprises and delights audiences. Highlights, inspiration and key learnings:What’s so cool about AAFFThe Ann Arbor scene and techno musicWhat does avant-garde film even mean these daysHow they decide what makes it into the festivalHow filmmakers can get a curator’s attentionConversation and dialogue as part of the curatorial processWhat’s unique about film curatorsHow roles as an artist and educator intersect with being a curatorWhy it’s sometimes taboo for a curator to put their voice in the mixHow the films fit together as a body of workWhat AAFF teaches new film reviewersWhether Leslie still watches movies for funLeslie’s culture picks👋 Say "hi" to Leslie. 🔎 Browse this Storyboard to get the episode, plus Leslie’s favorite book, movie, TV show, and podcast.➕ This podcast was created by Flipboard, the popular social magazine, where enthusiasts are curating stories they recommend across thousands of interests. Learn more.
Most Stoned City, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Lemon Meringue Strain, Canada Cannabis Tourism, Top Excuses When Blowing Hot!!
The Todd L. Levitt Marijuana Law Podcast
What is the most stoned city in the great state of Michigannnnnnn? The most stonned city is calculated based on how many Marijuana stores per capita/population. Todd & Craig discuss what happens when tourists from the states purchase cannabis across the border in Canada and attempt to cross back over to the states. Top excuses given when violating the terms and conditions of alcohol monitoring devices. Strain of the week and much much more. Fun show Enjoy