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The Shelley Irwin Show Podcast for 5-30-24

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Jewish Theatre Grand Rapids, Grand Rapids Symphony, The Diatribe, National Stroke Awareness Month, and The Susan Mast ALS Foundation.

Jewish Theatre Grand Rapids presents Sisters in Law, a play about Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sandra Day O’Connor and their 35 year relationship on the Supreme Court. Actors and Director in studio to talk about the theme, including their relationship and the rights they fought for.

Grand Rapids Symphony has an upcoming summer of concerts and more. Free neighborhood Concerts and lollipops, plus the ticketed How To Train Your Dragon movie experience is discussed with President and CEO Keith Elder.

The Diatribe holds a groundbreaking ceremony for The Emory Arts and Culture Hub. Tomorrow night’s celebration is a night of food, networking, poetry and more, we talk with Interim Director Vanessa Jimenez about the future plans.

May is National Stroke Awareness Month, today we talk with Corewell Health’s Director of Neuroendovascular Surgery Dr. Justin Singer about awareness, FAST warning signs, and preventative strategies.

The Susan Mast ALS Foundation is dedicated to providing excellent support to the ALS patients, families and caregivers in West Michigan. We talk to Julie Snelling, ED, about services, support, a respite house, and programming, including a Fall 5k.

Transcripts are provided upon request.

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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