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Friday, October 29,2010

Funding for the farm

The Urbandale Farm Project gets federal money to expand on the east side

by Chris Galford
Friday, Oct. 29 — A $90,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture is helping Lansing get back to its roots.
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Wednesday, October 27,2010

Nominations now being accepted for Arts Council honors

Applause Award and Business Arts Award nominees sought

by Chris Galford
The Arts Council of Greater Lansing is looking to honor contributors to the Greater Lansing area’s arts scene. Two awards, based on nominations from the public, will be awarded to local arts advocates. The Arts Council Applause Award will be awarded to an individual based on their leadership, commitment, vision and support for local arts and culture. The Business Arts Award will go to a business that has demonstrated the same.
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Wednesday, October 27,2010

Bow ' wow!

Costumed canines compete for prizes in annual contest

by Chris Galford
It was the 23rd annual dog costume contest hosted by Lansing broadcast veteran Tim Barron. Winners included third place Teddy, who dressed up as Gene Simmons of Kiss fame; second place Peter, dressed as a hot dog; and in first place, the Cosgrove family and their canine trio Ohana, Crystal and Santo, who came as the troupe from "E.
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Thursday, October 21,2010

Can we eat that?

MSU receives federal dollars to educate on potential dangers of fish consumption

by Chris Galford
Thursday, Oct. 21 — Thanks to a five-year, $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Michigan State University will teach the next generation of health care professionals on the dangers of fish consumption.
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Wednesday, October 13,2010

Purchase a piece of the past at Art Alley auction

Graffiti goes up for bids at REO Town fund-raiser

by Chris Galford
On Oct. 20, graffiti art from the nowdemolished motel go on display and up for bids at Art Alley. The artworks are the final remnants of the Inn’s last days, when graffiti artists from around the area were encouraged to have a go at brightening up the deteriorating building.
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Thursday, October 7,2010

Finally, some downers

The opposite of energy drinks to hit area shelves

by Chris Galford
Thursday, Oct. 7 — Energy drinks are great when you’re on the go, but sometimes a person just needs to sleep. With Daylight Savings Time just around the corner, and the promise of long, cold winter nights ahead, a new relaxation drink may be the answer to all those elusive z’s.The greater Lansing area is one of the first markets where Sleepyhead — a sort of opposite to energy drinks — will be on local shelves within the next week.
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Wednesday, September 29,2010

It’s even better than speed reading: LCC offers ’Complete’ compendium

by Chris Galford
Normally, all parts are to be played by three actors, using their real names and playing themselves, rather than Shakespeare’s various characters. Director John Lennox is making a few twists of his own, making one of the roles female and adding an entirely new character to the silliness.
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Wednesday, September 29,2010

'Starry' serenade

Starlight Dinner Theatre serves up songs galore

by Chris Galford
Songs include selections from "Guys and Dolls," "Jekyll and Hyde" and "Wicked." Vocalists include Mycah Artis, Kenny Barber, Cameron Bethea, Colleen Bethea, Chris Bethea, Danny Bethea, Emily English Clark, Gordon Clark, Larry Clark, LeAnn Dethlefsen,...
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Wednesday, September 15,2010

Strip job

New troupe takes Shakespeare back to original finish

by Chris Galford
In true Elizabethan spirit, the Bach Dor Shakespeare Company, whose first production opens this week, plans to bring “original practice” Shakespeare to modern Lansing. That means "doing it with the lights on," according to director and founder Randy Matthews ' "even the house lights.
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Wednesday, September 15,2010

The ‘Clock’ comes around

by Chris Galford
The hard times of the past will shed light on today’s economic woes when MSU presents Arthur Miller’s panoramic, little-known saga, “The American Clock.”A huge ensemble of 30 students from MSU’s Department of Theatre will perform in Miller’s Depression-era saga at the MSU Auditorium Arena.
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