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June 15 2017
I moved to East Lansing from Portland, Ore., nearly 10 years ago. One of the things I immediately missed about Portland was the vibrant and diverse food scene. Since that time, the Greater Lansing restaurant...
June 15 2017
Last week I read two books. The first was “Camino Island,” another ballyhooed thriller from John Grisham, who is well known for the more than 20 legal thrillers he has penned. The second, “Casting...
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June 15 2017
Every year, the biggest names in American music vie for the Grammy Awards’ gilded gramophone trophies. This summer, just over 100 high school students — including one from East Lansing —...
June 15 2017
Just in time for National Pride Month, Faith Lutheran Church in Okemos is spreading the word that its doors are open to all. In a public statement issued June 7, the church has made clear its intent to...
June 15 2017
“It was really freeing to come to college, where no one knew me by my birth name. I just introduced myself as Jay, and it was so cool,” Hull said. “I changed my preferred name, so I had...
June 15 2017
Montgomery, the founder of Detroit’s Triangle Foundation, will receive a posthumous honor at the second annual City Pulse Inclusion Awards Thursday. He died last year at 63. The statewide rights...
June 15 2017
Dundas, 43, has worked at Ingham Community Health Center for about two years as a physician assistant, specializing in transgender patients. In little over a year, she has built up a clientele of about...
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June 15 2017
The first number is how many votes Harold Leeman Jr. garnered over him in 1995 to win the 1st Ward Council seat. That was a year of political upheaval in the city. The city had just gone through a controversial...
June 15 2017
The recipients this year are Rachel Crandall- Crocker, Emily Dievendorf, S. Hope Dundas, Delicious Jackson-Clark, Dwayne Riley, Nana Thierry, the newspaper Between the Lines and the UAW. You can learn...
June 15 2017
Watts, who grew up in East Lansing, studies digital media and visual communications at Loyola University Chicago, where he is learning more about digital design software. Many of his works, including the...
June 15 2017
By DANIELLE CHESNEY Dennis Preston sat in the Lansing Mall on a recent afternoon, doodling a caricature in a leather sketchbook. Just feet away, mall visitors can have a Jimi Hendrix experience or “ah”...
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June 15 2017
Summer has arrived, which means it’s time to dig the lawn chairs out from the depths of the garage, shake out the picnic blankets and mark your calendar for a packed season of outdoor live music....
June 15 2017
A Lansing Everett High School math instructor is out of a job after students photographed him viewing “inappropriate” Internet images while pupils took an exam, Superintendent Yvonne Caamal...
June 15 2017
Councilwoman facing arrest over ticket gets relief from city attorney When Lansing City Councilwoman Tina Houghton opened the screenshot from her nephew last month, the last thing she expected to see was...
June 15 2017
The entire Council took its first look at two approaches Monday night. One, proposed by the Public Safety Committee, would use zoning to sharply reduce the number of dispensaries. The other, proposed by...
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June 15 2017
The current Council is already looking into how the road proposal ever got inserted into the city’s master plan for parks. The Council voted 8-0 on Monday to investigate that, just hours after the...
June 15 2017
Summer is supposed to be a chance for university types to relax. Not so for Department of Theatre Professor Rob Roznowski, artistic director of MSU’s Summer Circle Theatre. The outdoor theater series,...
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June 15 2017
Happy Thursday everyone! Every year, Juneteenth is celebrated across the country to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States. This year’s 23rd annual Lansing Juneteenth Celebration o
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June 15 2017
THURSDAY, June 15 — Last year’s Great Lakes Folk Festival saw the debut of the Jam Tent, a small tent where Michigan artists led jam sessions and workshops that were free and open to all festival
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June 15 2017
THURSDAY, June 15 — The mayoral debate scheduled for Wednesday night at Lansing Brewing Co. is being rescheduled because the Legislature may be session, preventing candidate Andy Schor from attendin

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