Society & Culture

A variety talk show showcasing the people and places of South Haven, Michigan and beyond. This also showcases new and original music as well as video and photography tech talk.

Episodes

(Episode 74) On the show Brian Dissette and Kate Hosier will call in to talk about the state of South Haven and Brian's new job in Berrien County. After feedback from the release of the Black Crow Flies Away from the Dale Robbie Band, we will play the song that has been voted as their favorite. Danny Donuts will share a Birthday Song for all those that had ruined Bday’s because of Covid-19. And of course lots of stimulating conversation with Mason Dixon. On the Third Half Hour, Rosalie Plechaty and I will be hearing commencement speeches from South Havens and Bangor’s Salutatorian and Valedictorians. We will also get a paraphrased reading from Yazmine Burton of Michelle Obamas last commencement speech as first lady. It’s all here right now on Rob Byrd’s Moondog Saturday Morning Show.

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(Part 1 of 2) Jim Marlowe calls the show from Illinois to tell us about how we all are being brainwashed with Propaganda. This is part of Rob Byrd's Moondog Saturday Morning Show, episode 73.

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(Part 1 of 2) Jim Marlowe calls the show from Illinois to tell us about how we all are being brainwashed with Propaganda. This is part of Rob Byrd's Moondog Saturday Morning Show, episode 73.

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(Segment) Laura Rusin from Captain Nemos in South Haven stops by the studio not scared of the Covid-19 virus. She tells us about working through the last few months and the anticipation of the upcoming tourist season. This is part of Rob Byrd's Moondog Saturday Morning Show, episode 73.

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May 24, 2020

Third Half Hour, SCORE

(Talk) Rosalie Plechaty and Rob Byrd fill the Third Half Hour talking to Debbie Howe from SCORE. She passes along some need to know information for small businesses. The Score services are free, listen to find out more. This is part of Rob Byrd's Moondog Saturday Morning Show, episode 73. 

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(Episode 73) On the show we will have a real in studio interview with Laura Rusin, owner of Captain Nemo’s downtown South Haven to talk about the struggles through Covid-19 and the anticipation and preparation for the Memorial Day Weekend. Jim Marlowe fitness and nutrition educator will call in and we’ll probably spend most of our time talking about the brainwashing of America. It’s all here, right now on Rob Byrd’s Moondog Saturday Morning Show. On the third half hour, Debbie Howe, with SCORE will fill the half hour ways to help small business reach their goals, and in this day and age survive. It’s all here right now on Rob Byrd’s Moondog Saturday Morning Show.

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(Talk) Join us (Rosalie Plechaty and Rob Byrd) as we take calls from Debbie Kajpust from the Linus Project in Kalamazoo and Jeannine Dame from Catholic Charities in Kalamazoo. We will be exploring the need for blankets and the philanthropic nature behind the Linus Project. This is part of Rob Byrd's Moondog Saturday Morning Show, episode 72.

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(Episode 72) On the show we will have a conversation with Brian Dissette to discuss the basics of city civics and the new additions to the South Beach and Waste water treatment plant in South Haven. Then Paul Layendecker will give us a call to talk about the changes in how the Radio Station operates.  One the third half hour, Rosalie Plechaty and I will be taking calls from Debbie Kajpust from the Linus Project and Jeannine Bame from Catholic Charities. It’s all here, right now on Rob Byrd’s Moondog Saturday Morning Show.

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(Segment) Rosalie and Rob talk to Faith Washegesic about the Hope Resource Center and her job as the Hope Teen Coordinator. This is part of Rob Byrd's Moondog Saturday Morning Show, episode 71.

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(Segment) Rosalie and Rob talk to Executive Director, Sheryl Postma about the Hope Resource Center. This is part of Rob Byrd's Moondog Saturday Morning Show, episode 71.

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