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Wednesday, August 24,2011

The Screening Room

‘Another Earth’: Heavenly bodies, heavy hearts

by James Sanford
The discovery of another planet identical to our own is the starting point for director Mike Cahill’s “Another Earth,” a moody drama that’s not so much science fiction as it is an in-depth character study.
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Wednesday, August 24,2011

It's a new day at WLNS

Messing with success or making a good thing better?

by James Sanford
There’s the new news set, which will feature a 110-inch projection screen behind the anchor desk, a couple of new additions to the on-air team and the prospect of going to highdefinition in the fall.
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Wednesday, August 24,2011

The curtain is going up on a season full of variety

From ‘Jersey Boys’ and ‘God of Carnage’ to Neil Simon and Shakespeare, local theaters aim to please

by Christopher Horb
The play depicts a trio of World War I veterans (played by Gary Houston, Richard Marlatt and Richard Henzel) plotting to escape the confines of a military hospital. It was written by French playwright Gerald Sibleyras and has been translated and adapted by Tom Stoppard, one of Thatcher’s personal favorites.
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Wednesday, August 24,2011

Sistrum has something else to sing about these days

The chorus wins recognition from The American Prize for its ‘Dancing Naked at the Edge of Dawn’ CD

by Christina Strong
The American Prize is a series of nonprofit national competitions that recognize and award cash prizes to the best recorded performances of music by individuals and ensembles in the United States at the professional, community/amateur, college/university, church and school levels.
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Thursday, August 18,2011

10 Years of City Pulse

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Plain and simple, working at City Pulse made me really fall in love with journalism. Sure, I complained about everything because I complain most of the time. However, the level of passion we had for the paper – in and out of our old office on Turner Street – was off the charts....
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Thursday, August 18,2011

10 Years of City Pulse

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Dear City Pulse: I just wanted to drop you a quick line and wish you a happy 10th birthday. Since you were just a little squirt, you have played an important role in my life, and I hope to continue to see you grow. I talked to your dad, Berl, the other day. He said you’re doing qui...
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Thursday, August 18,2011

10 Years of City Pulse

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The very week I moved to East Lansing from Germany, my wife introduced me to this “great local weekly called City Pulse.”
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Thursday, August 18,2011

10 Years of City Pulse

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I have had the unusual pleasure of working both with and for the City Pulse as an advertiser, writer and editor.
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Thursday, August 18,2011

10 Years of City Pulse

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I’ve only been pulled over for driving overworked once. It was my third week as Arts & Entertainment editor at City Pulse, and I was headed home from my first ever 16-hour workday. I started that day taking photos of hospital “Emergency” signs around Lansing, then fin...
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Thursday, August 18,2011

10 Years of City Pulse

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As an alternative to the Board of Water and Light’s proposed new $1 billion coal plant, James Clift of the Michigan Environmental Council presents “Plan B,” a mix of natural gas and renewables.
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