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Monday, March 18,2013

This 'Cafe' serves golden oldies

Riverwalk Theatre salutes the music of rock legends Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller

by Christopher Horb
Thursday, Feb. 15 — “Hound Dog.” “Poison Ivy.” “Stand By Me.” Since the dawn of the rock-n-roll era, few songwriting duos have had as much of an impact or left a greater legacy than Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, the writers whose music is showcased in Riverwalk Theatre's revue “Smokey Joe’s Cafe.”
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Monday, March 18,2013

Comedy goes green

'The Irish Comedy Tour' brings an early dose of St. Patrick's Day to the Wharton Center

by Christopher Horb
Thursday, March 8 — St. Patrick’s Day festivities kick off a bit early when the bawdy Irish-American comics of “The Irish Comedy Tour” arrive at Wharton Center’s Pasant Theatre Tuesday.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Understanding the psychic world

Cosmic Connection Convention and Psychic Fair provides astrology classes, readings and more

by Alyssa Gienapp
The belief in the supernatural is usually not something most people talk about. This weekend, the three-day-long Cosmic Connection Convention and Psychic Fair will give you the chance to explore the unknown.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Honors for WKAR

TV and radio episodes win awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters

by Yang Zhang
WKAR TV and radio recently received four awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters at the 2010 Michigan Broadcasting Awards at Lansing Center. Three WKAR-TV series — “QuizBusters,” “Off the Record” and “Backstage Pass: Jen Sygit & Spare Change” — won the Best Special Interest and Cultural Programming 2010, the Best News or Public Affairs Special and the Best Cultural and Performing Arts 2010, respectively.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Paying fines with food

Capital Area District Library revives program to benefit local food banks

by Yang Zhang
Got an overdue fine at a Capital Area District Library? Donating food can get it waived.In celebration of National Library Week, the CADL is again offering patrons an opportunity to exchange food for fines. From April 10 to 16, patrons can donate non-perishable food or personal care products to their local CADL branches and receive a waiver of $1 per item toward their overdue fines, up to $5 per patron.
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Monday, March 18,2013

You be the judge

Ingham County Bar Association hosts

by Fiona Guo
Wednesday, June 1 — Lawyers will step away from the courtroom and step up the stage to show off singing, standup comedy and more on Thursday at the Ingham County Bar Association's "Lawyers Got Talent" show.
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Monday, March 18,2013

'Phantom' and 'Slumber' open tonight at Mid-Michigan Family Theatre

Two one-acts feature ghosts and unexpected guests

by Fiona Guo
The one-act plays “The Phantom of Pinchpenny Pond” by Cheryl Capshaw and “The Slumber Party” by Claire Boiko open tonight at Mid Michigan Family Theatre.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Shakespeare in the lions' den?

Lansing Civic Players stages 'Merchant of Venice' at Potter Park Zoo

by Fiona Guo
Tuesday, July 19 — If you walk through Potter Park Zoo and hear iambic pentameter, don’t be surprised: It’s just the Lansing Civic Players’ production of “The Merchant of Venice.”
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Monday, March 18,2013

Half a century of journaling

MSU professor Ron Dorr started writing about his life in 1961 — he's still doing it

by Ron Dorr
Editor's note: Ron Dorr is a Professor of Rhetoric and Humanities in the James Madison College at Michigan State University. Long before blogs or Facebook were invented, he was chronicling his life in a series of journals. He estimates that he has written in over 100 since he began in 1961. "That small decision was more enduring than much of the public news in 1961," he wrote in an email. "Let me know, however, if you believe that in a day of blogging and partisanship such a phenomenon is too old-fashioned." It's anything but old-fashioned, in my opinion. Here is his essay.
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Monday, March 18,2013

A weekend of whimsy

Multimedia: Art and entertainment for all ages at the 47th annual MSU arts and crafts show

by Tracy Key
Wednesday, May 25 — On most summer days, a lazy mix of overfed squirrels and chubby river ducks can be found peacefully meandering the calm grounds of Michigan State University in the absence of the school year rush.
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