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Monday, March 18,2013

There's gold in Frandor!

Well, at least in the Mid Michigan Family Theatre's production of 'Go West!'

by Ashley Brown
Wednesday, Aug. 3 — Whether it's finding gold in the hills of the Old West, or the opportunity to explore uncharted territory, Mid Michigan Family Theatre's "Go West!" tells the story of what it really means to chase the American dream, said director Bill Gordon.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Food truck on food TV?

A local food truck is in running to be featured on national television

by Ashley Brown
Monday, Aug. 15 — The Purple Carrot Food Truck is in the running for $10,000 and national television coverage with its nomination to appear on the Food Network’s “The Great Food Truck Race” in 2012.
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Wednesday, July 20,2011

Mighty Medicine hosts CD release party Saturday

by Ashley Brown
The CD release party takes place at Saturday at the Creole Gallery and features performances by vocalist Rockelle Whitaker, the folk reggae band Billiards Music; Peter, Paul and Cat; solo guitarist Elden Kelly and jazz singer Anissa Risper..
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Wednesday, July 6,2011

They shoot, he scores

Composer Chad Rehmann has been selected to participate in film scoring workshop in L.A.

by Ashley Brown
The event features Richard Bellis, an ASCAP board director and film scorer who composed the Emmy-winning score for the TV miniseries “It,” adapted from the Stephen King novel.
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Wednesday, June 22,2011

Westside story

Lansing neighborhood shows off its floral finery as the Westside Garden Tour gets underway

by Ashley Brown
The event features a raffle for prizes including quilts, family memberships at the YMCA, a cruise for four on the Grand River and a glass bowl from artist Craig Mitchell Smith. Tickets are $2 each, or three for $5, and can be purchased at Lansing’s Westside Fire Station #7, 629 W.
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Wednesday, June 8,2011

MSU student Wisenbaugh wins Michigan Emmy

His career goal: ’I would love Ryan Seacrest’s job’

by Ashley Brown
Wisenbaugh’s progression from YouTube video blogger to MSUToday segment correspondent can clearly be seen, said co-worker and mentor Jim Peck, host of MSUToday and a Big Ten Network executive producer and director of university photography and videography.
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