The Bernero administration wants to close the police department’s North Precinct and spend $1M to move to the South Sideby Andy Balaskovitz
Milton Scales, the lone Meridian Township trustee to vote against a non-discrimination ordinanceby Andy Balaskovitz
Back in November, Meridian Township Trustee Milton Scales was the only board member to vote against an ordinance that prohibits discrimination in employment and public accommodations based on sexual orientation and gender identity. While he supports equal protection for LGBT individuals, he thinks changes should come from the state level, rather than a local one.
Other communities haven’t made their case for being represented on BWL’s boardby Mickey Hirten
As controversy entangles Hillel chapters, discussions of Israel- Palestine issues at MSU must happen elsewhereby RJ Wolcott
Lansing City Council considering new board to oversee public art policyby ALLAN I. ROSS
Local Elvis impersonator hip swivels his way into international competitionby Kyle Koehler
Sure, it’s been 50 years since the dawn of Beatlemania, but a decade before the Fab Four took Americans by storm, a certain hip-thrusting rockabilly had all the poodle skirted chicks to himself. Sixty years ago, Elvis Presley made his first record — “That’s All Right” — launching Elvis mania ... and the careers of a million impersonators.
A Q&A with the former ‘American Idol’ contestant and her partnerby Nicole Halvorsen
“American Idol” is more than just a reality TV singing contest. It’s an incubator for rising musical talent that’s given the show’s non-winners as much a stab at stardom as its finalists. Eighteen alumni have seen their debut records go at least certified gold, and nearly four dozen more have issued some sort of studio release.
Riverwalk show depicts early American movement to advance freed slavesby Tom Helma
Local author details complex history surrounding Native Americanby Bill Castanier
Minnesota is a cold state, but itīs also a hotbed of choral music. Among the most spirited of the state'euro;'s many fine choral groups is the 43-voice St. John'euro;'s University Men'euro;'s Chorus, making a stop at First Presbyterian Church in Lansing as part of a spring break tour that takes them across the Midwest.