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Monday, July 12,2010

All about Adam

Glam is the name of Lambert's game at Common Ground

by Chelsea Balducci
Adam Lambert — or “Glambert,” as most pop culture addicts would call him — has moved from show tunes to “American Idol” to becoming a glittered glam-rock sensation. Known for his sequined parachute pants and sexually charged stage show, Lambert (who’ll perform Teusday at Common Ground Music Festival) isn’t one to shy away from controversy. “If people are really losing their minds and getting really crazy, it kind of fuels me,” he said in a phone interview last month. “It’s a lot easier for me to really get into it. Sometimes you feel friskier than other times.”
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Wednesday, June 9,2010

Pride Weekend events

by Chelsea Balducci
Noon ' March starting at Grand Avenue and Shiawassee Stret to the Capitol building 1 p.m. ' Rally at the Capitol building 3 p.m. to 2 a.m. ' After party at Spiral, Chrome Cat, Esquire, Grand Café.
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Wednesday, June 9,2010

Music, movies and moonlight

East Lansing launches summer entertainment

by Chelsea Balducci
For the past 15 years the city of East Lansing has been putting on a free summer concert series in the park to bring in families, residents, and anyone who is walking around downtown. The city will also be showing moonlit films and hosting an interactive series for kids.
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Wednesday, June 9,2010

Audition anxieties

’Mr. Sims Will See You’ peeks behind the curtains

by Chelsea Balducci
It’s the humorous story of actress Elise Mayhew (played by Capitol Theater Works co-founder Tanya Burnham), who spends her last dime to leave behind the New York theatrical world and take a shot at Hollywood stardom. Accompanying her is her husband, fellow actor Jerry MacQuarrie (Kevin Burnham, also a Capitol Theater Works founder).
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Wednesday, June 9,2010

Bats, man!

Woldumar show demystifies flying mammals

by Chelsea Balducci
It’s been over a decade since the Cranbrook Institute of Science has been able to travel to Lansing to put on a live educational program about the mammals of the air, but the bats are back at Woldumar Nature Center..
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