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Monday, March 18,2013

Where hot dogs chill out

Need some doggie biscuits in your ice cream? Try Cones & Bones

by Ashley Brown
Wednesday, July 20 — Ice cream is a treat meant to be enjoyed by everyone — even our four-legged friends. At Cones & Bones, they are welcome customers, according to owner Jim Byrnes.
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Monday, March 18,2013

There's gold in Frandor!

Well, at least in the Mid Michigan Family Theatre's production of 'Go West!'

by Ashley Brown
Wednesday, Aug. 3 — Whether it's finding gold in the hills of the Old West, or the opportunity to explore uncharted territory, Mid Michigan Family Theatre's "Go West!" tells the story of what it really means to chase the American dream, said director Bill Gordon.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Food truck on food TV?

A local food truck is in running to be featured on national television

by Ashley Brown
Monday, Aug. 15 — The Purple Carrot Food Truck is in the running for $10,000 and national television coverage with its nomination to appear on the Food Network’s “The Great Food Truck Race” in 2012.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Worth the wait

Genocya finally rolls out a debut CD, nine years after the band started

by Ryan Horky
Lansing’s long-running thrash/death stalwarts Genocya have finally released a real full-length album, “Ever Descent.” The band had a demo and an unreleased but reasonably easily obtained live disc prior to this, if you’re keeping track, but this is the first legit disc. Not many bands wait nine years to put out a proper debut album, but most bands don’t have as many line-up shifts (or as much bad luck) as Genocya, either.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Ruhala opens 'Psych Ward'

New Planet Broadway staged reading was written by the performers

by Jennifer ten Haaf
Thursday, July 21 — What do you get when four teenage girls are thrown into a psych ward, after proving to be a danger to themselves and society? According to Mark Ruhala, the executive director at the Ruhala Performing Arts Center, you get an eyeful of “the healthy versus the pathological.”
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Monday, March 18,2013

Look out! River dragons!

The Grand will be taken over by dragon boat racers this weekend

by Denyse Smith
Wednesday, Aug. 31 — It’s not a rain dance: It's the sound of 18 paddlers in Taiwanese-style boats, moving swiftly down the Grand River to the beat of a drummer pounding out a cadence in the inaugural Capital City Dragon Boat Race.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Poetry series kicks off with back to school theme

Read your own work — or a piece by your favorite poet — at Creole Gallery

by Denyse Smith
Wed., Sept. 7 — Two professors from Cooley Law School will wax poetic about the good, the bad and the incredibly funny aspects of going back to school to kick off this year’s Old Town Poetry Series.
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Monday, March 18,2013

He's watched Regis for years — not just on TV

Dave O'Leary, Sr. talks about his 60-year friendship with Philbin

by Denyse Smith
Friday, Nov. 18 — They met on their first day at Notre Dame and have kept in contact ever since, and Dave O’Leary, Sr. visited the set of “Regis & Kelly” a couple weeks ago during Regis Philbin’s last month of filming the live morning show.
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Monday, March 18,2013

On a clear day, you can see the Capitol

Cooley Temple is one of the attractions of the Greater Lansing Housing Coalition’s Views of Lansing fundraiser

by Nicole LaChance
Friday, Sept. 30 — The Greater Lansing Housing Coalition’s Views of Lansing fundraiser takes place at 4:30 p.m. Saturday. After touring four buildings with optimal views of the Lansing skyline, participants will have the chance to attend a reception at the Cooley Temple, a space owned by Cooley Law School and primarily used as a conference space — and, of course, the reception will be in a room with a view.
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Monday, March 18,2013

A really steamy show

Hotwater Works joins the First Sunday lineup this weekend

by Nicole LaChance
Thursday, Nov. 3 — When you think about hot tub stores, local art is probably not what typically comes to mind. But two local artists are looking to change that. Hotwater Works, Inc., a hot tub store on Michigan Ave. in Lansing, will participate in this month’s First Sunday Gallery Walk, what they hope to be one of the first of many art shows at the store.
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