Racine & Me: Jan 23, 2016: Snowdance Festival, Voices Against Trafficking, Flint Water Crisis, Bus App

On this episode of Racine & Me, we explore how Racine residents are helping out those in Flint, Michigan as they are experiencing a water crisis. We also show how a new app can help you spend less time waiting for the bus in the cold weather. 

Over Our Head Players is putting on "Snowdance" comedy competition once again this year. Each performance includes ten 10 minute comedies, of which the audience gets to vote and choose their favorite. The competition runs a month long, starting January 29th. 

Plus, local indie rock band Well Known Strangers is headlining the "Voices Against Trafficking" event, where participants can learn more about human trafficking and also hear from the band, which is on the rise.

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