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December 12, 2001


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Free Will Astrology: Rob Brezsny - week of December 12, 2001

Lansing's Grandfather of Yoga: 10,000 Students Later, Yoga is Still His Life
The way Clint Lockert tells it, Lansing's yoga movement was born outdoors at Fenner Nature Center on MSU's campus at 5 in the morning 40 years ago.
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Treat Yourself to a Free Yoga Class for the Holiday
With the hustle and bustle of the holidays, exercise is often one of the first things to be neglected. Putting it off is easy to do, but relaxation and balance through exercise are exactly what is needed to counter stress levels.
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Plan to Cut Public Comment Appears Dead: Chad Dally
The idea of eliminating the televising of public comment at Lansing City Council meetings will likely die out from lack of support,
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Camera Becomes Weapon in Battle Against Domestic Assault: Chad Dally
The walls of Edward's Photographic Studios are lined with pictures of high school seniors beaming with hope and newlyweds at the altar. But for the studio's owner, Ron Jones, helping people with pictures of their worst moments is a mixed blessing.
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Pohl is Happy Just Where He is: At Home at WKAR
Scott Pohl wears a tie to work three days a week, not that he has to. Not that his audience can tell. Radio is not exactly the kind up profession you have to dress up for.

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LANSING: John Pollard
Give Council 'Clowns' Credit for Bettering Lansing

CIVIL LIBERTIES: Henry Silverman
State Legislators Join National Hysteria Over Terror

HEALTH: Brian McKenna
Wolverine Pipeline Project Needs Serious Public Debate

LAW SCHOOL: John Gear
Be Happy Driver's Education isn't Taught Like Law School

ART SCENE: Steve Kovar
Conifer Gallery Marks its Fourth Year with Family Affair

AT THE MOVIES: Matt Whetstone
'Ocean's Eleven' is Good, Even Though Characters Don't Have Time to Develop

FILM & VIDEOS
"Behind Enemy Lines" and "Harry Potter"

BOOKS: Christie Black
If you like nature, 'Shoreline' is for you

LIVE & LOCAL: Adam Arscott
Temple Club Turns Up Live Music on Wednesdays
National Acts Still in the Plans for New Venue

MUSIC:
Ferron's Show at Creole Gallery Demonstrates Less Can be More
Daily Sales Report and Jose Mango Share Local Stage, Theme

Mercury Rev Can Lull You and Revive You
New on Disc

ON THE TOWN: Una-Kariim
DJ Heran and First World Fridays are Requirements for Multicultural Lansing

SCENE: Eric Denby
What was the Best Act of 2001? Help Us Tell the Story

THEATER:
One Act Plays at LCC Show War's Psychological Scars


THE INTERNET: Bonnie Bucqueroux
Games for the PC

MSU Students Find Time for Lost Boys: Katy Carolan
They are known as the Lost Boys of Sudan, but MSU students show spent the fall semester getting to know them have come to refer to them more positively as the "Found Boys."

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