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Wednesday, November 7,2012

Forever Young

Veteran docents take the plunge into contemporary art

by Lawrence Cosentino
If you're not sure how to engage with contemporary art at the Broad Museum, find your inner child. An outer one is even better.
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Wednesday, November 7,2012

'The Stuff of Life'

Art at the Broad Museum will question everything, including the Broad Museum

by Lawrence Cosentino
Anyone who walks into the Eli and Edythe Broad Museum expecting to see a sterile array of pricey, incomprehensible status objects is in for a surprise.
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Wednesday, November 7,2012

For now, the 'Broad Effect' is still in the crate

by Lawrence Cosentino
In July 2007, weary MSU development officer Mark Terman got into the elevator at the Wharton Center after the all-day competition to pick an architect for the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum. He was collared by one of the jurors.
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Wednesday, November 7,2012

The Art Around The Art

Public sculpture thrives in MSU and East Lansing

by Lawrence Cosentino
Had enough art for a while? Take a break. Step out of the Broad Museum onto the MSU campus, stroll past the ancient trees and ivy-curtained walls, and — uh-oh.
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Wednesday, November 7,2012

New in town

P Squared Wine Bar

by ALLAN I. ROSS
Downtown Lansing already seems to have a little bit of everything: high-end dining, casual dining, Mexican, Middle Eastern, a brewpub — man, you can even get sushi down there now. The market, you'd think, has reached critical mass. But then again, you're not one of the two guys named Paul who still saw something missing.
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Wednesday, November 7,2012

Turn it down

A survey of Lansing's musical landscape

by Rich Tupica
The Detroit-based band Electric Six gained some national attention in early 2003 with the "Danger! High Voltage" single, a high-energy, disco-rock song that featured backing vocals from Jack White. It made it up to No. 2 on the British charts.
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Wednesday, October 31,2012

Whom You Love

Chosen, learned, inborn, genetic or what?

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J. Michael Bailey, a professor in the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University, is the eighth speaker in MSU's semester-long series, "Whom You Love: the biology of sexual orientation," which aims to demonstrate that homosexuality is a natural occurrence in humans.
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Wednesday, October 31,2012

1st Sunday

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New Exhibits By the Riverside Featuring oil and acrylic artist Duane Feldpausch, with unique portrayals of wildlife. Reception: 1-4 p.m. Nov. 4. Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, 1.-6 p.m. Wednesday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, special showings by appointment. 12...
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Wednesday, October 31,2012

Roll call of humanity

Broad Museum project assembles photo mosaic of Lansing faces

by Lawrence Cosentino
The Mona Lisa wouldn't qualify — too smiley. But you might. Michigan State University's Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, set to open Nov. 10, is pre-infiltrating the city again, this time with a project that's part Andy Warhol and part P.T. Barnum.
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Wednesday, October 31,2012

Curtain Call

by City Pulse Staff
LCC does ‘Ragtime’By HELENE DRYDEN  Racial justice, women’s empowerment, immigrant aspirations. No, these aren’t campaign speech themes for the last week of election season. They’re issues that are brought up in Lansing Community College’s upcomi...
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