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Monday, March 18,2013

Bikes in the light

Lansing-area bicycle advocates receive national acclaim

by Fiona Guo
Wednesday, March 23 — Mid-Michigan is attracting national attention for its efforts to improve non-motorized transportation routes.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Rally for mental health

‘Walk-a-Mile In My Shoes’ draws nearly 2,000 from around the state

by Fiona Guo
Thursday, May 12 — The Capitol lawn was packed Wednesday with nearly 2,000 people from across the state donning shirts that read, “Mental Health Matters,” “On the road again” and “Hope with every STEP.”
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Monday, March 18,2013

You be the judge

Ingham County Bar Association hosts

by Fiona Guo
Wednesday, June 1 — Lawyers will step away from the courtroom and step up the stage to show off singing, standup comedy and more on Thursday at the Ingham County Bar Association's "Lawyers Got Talent" show.
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Monday, March 18,2013

'Phantom' and 'Slumber' open tonight at Mid-Michigan Family Theatre

Two one-acts feature ghosts and unexpected guests

by Fiona Guo
The one-act plays “The Phantom of Pinchpenny Pond” by Cheryl Capshaw and “The Slumber Party” by Claire Boiko open tonight at Mid Michigan Family Theatre.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Shakespeare in the lions' den?

Lansing Civic Players stages 'Merchant of Venice' at Potter Park Zoo

by Fiona Guo
Tuesday, July 19 — If you walk through Potter Park Zoo and hear iambic pentameter, don’t be surprised: It’s just the Lansing Civic Players’ production of “The Merchant of Venice.”
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Wednesday, June 15,2011

Capturing the nuances of nature

When Carol Spry goes shooting in the forest, nobody gets hurt — she’s a wildlife photographer

by Fiona Guo
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Wednesday, May 11,2011

Tweeting all the way

by Fiona Guo
“It’s a lot safer than what the original Freedom Riders had to do,” said Shekell, who is pursuing a double major in journalism and media arts and technology. “They didn’t have social media, so the only way to get media attention was to go into situations in which people reacted violently toward them.
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Wednesday, May 4,2011

Once homeless, now helping out

Le'Andria Johnson sings for a cause close to her heart

by Fiona Guo
Johnson is headlining a fundraising concert for the moneless called “Up From the Ashes” at South Church in Lansing on Friday. The event was originally supposed to happen April 1, but was postponed when Johnson learned her younger brother had been killed in a shooting in Orlando, Fla.
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Wednesday, April 27,2011

A little bit edgy

MSU filmmakers profile an ’American Terrorist’

by Fiona Guo
On a warm and sunny Wednesday afternoon, 16 students and two professors gathered in a classroom in the Oyer Building on Michigan State University campus to talk about marketing and post-production work on their film "American Terrorist," which finished shooting several weeks ago.
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Wednesday, April 27,2011

'Requiem' revisited

Elaborate MSU Symphony season finale concert honors the venerable Verdi

by Fiona Guo
This isn’t the first time the Michigan State University Symphony Orchestra has performed Giuseppe Verdi’s "Requiem," but music director and conductor Leon Gregorian says the sweeping piece, which deals with the themes of death and rebirth, has enduring appeal.
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