Here I am with Kristi Love from our sister-station WFMK.

Photo by Lily Chatterjee

We're performing at "A Seussified Christmas Carol", a radio play at Lansing Community College station WLNZ. The play originally aired live, just like it does every year, after "Silver Bells in the City".

For the past couple of years, it has been an honor for me to be chosen to perform in these great radio plays that relive the days before TV, when people would tune into radio and be entertained by dramatic or comedic serials.

I say that it's an honor not only because I got to work with Mid-Michigan broadcasting's A-List again this year, Kristi Love, Jack Robbins, Daedalian Lowry, Evan Pinsonnault, Jason Colthorp and even more talented volunteers, but also because of what WLNZ means to radio broadcasting in this area.

WLNZ is a member-based community radio station that is a part of Lansing Community College. The station is managed an run by a terrific bunch of top-tier broadcasters who not only accept students of the college to train and work at the station, but also accept volunteers who want to learn radio from the ground up. It's a great place to start for people who would like to one day make radio broadcasting a career. I highly recommend it.

If you'd like to listen to this year's play, or get more info about WLNZ, you'll find it here. By the way, I'm the Ghost of Jacob Marley in the play, just in case you were wondering.

Thank you WLNZ.