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Wednesday, October 26,2011

The bigger picture

A local photography group honors its late leader

by Carlee Schepeler
Knoblock, 47, was the owner of Lansing IT, a consulting firm that works primarily with small businesses. A master of all things Apple and “i-things,” Knoblock helped Brown with computer issues a few times per year. They had been friends for over 10 years.
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Wednesday, October 26,2011

Exploring the horrors of hatred

Day of the Dead event attacks homophobia

by Carlee Schepeler
“El dia de los Muertos,” as it is traditionally known, is a festival in which families remember their ancestors who have passed away. This year’s theme is homophobia awareness, and events are scheduled throughout the Nov. 1 celebration to honor victims of hate crimes.
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Wednesday, October 26,2011

Be sly, not sleazy

by Jon James
Halloween is just around the corner, and if you haven’t gotten your costume together yet, it’s crunch time. For women, your costume options may seem to range from Sexy Cop to Sexy Yodeler to Sexy Pirate to Sexy Mafia Hitwoman. What if you don’t want a costume that is desi...
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Wednesday, October 26,2011

Organist accompanies classic silent film Nosferatu

by Jon James
In 1922, when the now-classic vampire film “Nosferatu” hit the big screen, the only sounds heard in a movie theater were performed live by an in-house organist. This weekend, to celebrate Halloween, Lansing Theater Organ recreates the experience by accompanying the German hor...
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Wednesday, October 19,2011

'A well-designed life'

Playwright Sandra Seaton talks with Lansing retail queen Betty Price

by Lawrence Cosentino
As a customer, as a friend and now as a historian, Seaton has tracked Price’s remarkable life for 40 years.
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Wednesday, October 19,2011

Pure poison

‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ proves comedy doesn’t always improve with age

by Tom Helma
Playwright Joseph Kesserling puts theater critic Mortimer Brewster at the heart of “Arsenic,” an island of rationality in an ocean of insanity. Adam Bright plays him with a consistently effective calmness, while most of the other characters are exaggerated nutcases.
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Wednesday, October 19,2011

Advice Goddess

All work & no foreplay & the benefit of the dowdy

by Amy Alkon
Remember, people called you “the sensual couple” because you couldn’t keep your hands off each other, not because you couldn’t take your eyes off the clock. Ditching the clock for at least some of the day is essential.
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Wednesday, October 19,2011

Booked up

Maureen Hirten was the Capital Area District Library interim director; now, she’s got the job long term

by Bill Castanier
The best of times is her recent appointment to director. Hirten, 60, has been with CADL for nine years, starting as a public service librarian in Okemos.
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Wednesday, October 19,2011

Blue-plate special

Full-time waitress Ellen Airgood cooks up romance with her debut novel, set in the U.P.

by Bill Castanier
Airgood, who has been working at this quintessential diner in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula for more than 20 years, is also an accomplished writer who published her first novel this year.
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Wednesday, October 19,2011

Pure passion

MSU’s ‘Streetcar’ takes you on a thrilling ride through a masterpiece

by UTE VON DER HEYDEN
Right. What do you do with a 64-year-old play that almost everyone knows something about? A play that’s been described as the best play of the 20th century, that’s won every award imaginable and that’s had countless adaptations in film, opera, television and ballet?.
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