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Wednesday, May 19,2010

Knocked down

A couple of years and a Facebook group later, Lansing resident kisses eyesore goodbye

by Neal McNamara
Since Orlich moved onto Princeton Street five years ago, the house at 735 Princeton has been a problem. At first, the people living there were a nuisance, attracting the attention of the cops. Then, when those people moved out, they left a litter of puppies behind.
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Wednesday, May 19,2010

Feedback

by Readers
Sorry, but if your subterfuge is to pose as a customer, pay your fees and shut up. Furthermore, we, the readership, have been denied the benefit of any kind of objective reporting upon this subject.
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Tuesday, May 18,2010

KIDS IN THE HALL

by Neal McNamara
Thanks to a last minute session of sausage making Monday night, Lansing City Council came to a compromise on city employee salary cuts and approved the $109 million city budget unanimously with no malarkey —  though there were a few grudged “yes” votes.Council held l...
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Friday, May 14,2010

ESTATE PLANNING, PART I

Why Do You Need An Estate Plan?

by KRISTIN D. ARNETT
(This article is the first in athree-part series which relates to estate planning paying special attention tonon-marital relationships. Part two will be posted next Friday, May 21. Theauthor, Kristin D. Arnett, is a Lansing attorney specializing in estateplanning. She can be re...
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Wednesday, May 12,2010

Bullying legislation: Nobody wants to be a stink bug

by Kyle Melinn
By and large, you can pick these kids out of the crowd. They’re dressed in outdated handme-downs that don’t fit. Their hair is rumpled and they’re socially awkward. They’re the last child picked in gym class and don’t have a lot of friends, if they have any at all.
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Wednesday, May 12,2010

Premium channels

Lansing close to giving out grants for cable access, moving forward on a cable access studio

by Neal McNamara
Luckily, the city of Lansing is getting its Pro-Cyc wall for about $5,000 less than the retail price. Instead of buying the piece of equipment directly from Pro-Cyc, Lansing was able to scoop up a floor model used by the company only once for a broadcasters conference in Las Vegas.
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Wednesday, May 12,2010

Virg Watch

Another scuffle with Dillon, and a Michigan Chamber of Commerce appearance

by Neal McNamara
Gubernatorial candidate Virg Bernero has had an interesting week: He filed a couple thousand petitions to run for governor, saw the Democratic side of the governor’s race winnowed from three to two, and lashed out at his opponent, Andy Dillon, and an news website.Bernero campaign spo...
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Wednesday, May 12,2010

Feedback

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Even residents who rarely attended took pride in knowing that their city could support a professional equity theater as well as a thriving community theatre scene.
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Wednesday, May 12,2010

The straight jacket

Undercover with Lansing’s ex-gay counseling center, Corduroy Stone

by Brandon Kirby
Corduroy Stone is run by Mike Jones, a graying, middle-aged man with degrees in landscape horticulture and counseling. Jones, who is not a licensed counselor in Michigan, gives therapy to men and women looking to reconcile their feeling of same-sex attraction.
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Wednesday, May 12,2010

Eyesore of the week

Property: 600 N. Homer St., Lansing Township

by Megan Murphy
Architecture critic Amanda Harrell-Seyburn says: The former Impulse II club is situated at a major exit off a highway that is a gateway to the Lansing metro area. A gateway should be marked with buildings that convey an image of the community and civic pride to citizens and visitors.
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