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The Shelley Irwin Show Podcast for 3-18-24

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Grand Rapids Civic Theatre, the Veterans History Project, Celtic Woman, More Strange Than True, and Cedar Springs High School.

Grand Rapids Civic Theatre announces its 2024/2025 line up, Director of Marketing Noddea Skidmore joins in to discuss the like of Cats, Rocky Horror Picture show and more.

As part of Women's History month, the Veterans History Project at the Library of Congress is collecting stories from the women who served their country as part of a special public service campaign. Monica Mohindra, Director of the Project, gives us the details and how West Michigan can get involved.

Celtic Woman performs on stage, DeVos Performance Hall come April 9th. We caught up with one of the Women, Muirgen OMahoy about the performances and the 20th Anniversary PBS special.

Muskegon Author C.J. Spataro discusses her novel, More Strange Than True, a modern retelling of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream, the themes of saving a man one has grown to love by giving him up or honoring wishes to watch a death in progress intense and captivating. We talk to C.J.

Students from Cedar Springs High School and the community plant trees come May 11th. Partnering with Tree-plenish, 1615 saplings will be planted in the community. Biology Teacher Heidi Schuitema shares the details, led by proactive eco-determined students.

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Shelley Irwin is the host and producer for The Shelley Irwin Show, a news magazine talk-show format on the local NPR affiliate Monday through Friday. The show, broadcast at 9 a.m., features a wide variety of local and national news makers, plus special features.
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