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Monday, March 18,2013

Exploring options

MSU promises a move to renewable energy sources starting in 2014

by Nicole LaChance
Friday, Sept. 9 — As the number of students attending MSU increases, so does the demand for resources like food, housing and electricity. Now the university must decide how to power it all.
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Monday, March 18,2013

On a clear day, you can see the Capitol

Cooley Temple is one of the attractions of the Greater Lansing Housing Coalition’s Views of Lansing fundraiser

by Nicole LaChance
Friday, Sept. 30 — The Greater Lansing Housing Coalition’s Views of Lansing fundraiser takes place at 4:30 p.m. Saturday. After touring four buildings with optimal views of the Lansing skyline, participants will have the chance to attend a reception at the Cooley Temple, a space owned by Cooley Law School and primarily used as a conference space — and, of course, the reception will be in a room with a view.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Protesting for peace

Silent walk and vigil opposes 10 years of US involvement in Afghanistan

by Nicole LaChance
Friday, Oct. 7 — Quess and Bill Derman were two of about 20 protesters that rallied together this morning opposing the War in Afghanistan.
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Monday, March 18,2013

A really steamy show

Hotwater Works joins the First Sunday lineup this weekend

by Nicole LaChance
Thursday, Nov. 3 — When you think about hot tub stores, local art is probably not what typically comes to mind. But two local artists are looking to change that. Hotwater Works, Inc., a hot tub store on Michigan Ave. in Lansing, will participate in this month’s First Sunday Gallery Walk, what they hope to be one of the first of many art shows at the store.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Penn State scandal

Paterno in clear legally but perhaps not ethically, local sports law expert says

by Nicole LaChance
Former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno fulfilled his legal obligation in the university’s sex abuse scandal, a local professor of sports law and torts said today.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Arts Council awards announced

John and Bev O’Malia receive Applause Award; Peckham Inc. wins Business Arts Award

by Nicole LaChance
Friday, Dec. 2 — The Arts Council of Greater Lansing has announced the winners of its two major awards for commitment to local arts. The awards will be presented at the organization’s annual Holiday Glitter event on Tuesday, Dec. 6.
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Wednesday, November 30,2011

Playing a different game

Having left the basketball court behind, Delvon Roe takes on a challenge: a professional acting career

by Nicole LaChance
In the high-pressure world of college sports, it s easy for players to become consumed by the game and for a careerstopping injury to seem like the end of the world. This September, Michigan State University senior Delvon Roe chose to end a promising basketball career due to chronic knee pain.
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Wednesday, November 23,2011

Freshened-up fairy tales

Riverwalk Theatre puts ‘Surprising’ twists on classics

by Nicole LaChance
The Three Little Pigs, Three Billy Goats Gruff and Goldilocks and the Three Bears: We know the stories so well we can recite them by heart. But what if these beloved fairy tales took a different turn? That s a question Riverwalk Theatre explores in its holiday children s show, The Surprising Story of the Three Little Pigs.
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Wednesday, November 16,2011

Playing blues to brighten the holidays

Capital Area Blues Society and Greater Lansing Food Bank join forces for a fundraiser

by Nicole LaChance
As Lansing residents prepare to stuff their turkeys and mash their potatoes, local charities will be collecting donations for the area s poor and hungry. To celebrate the season of giving,  two local charities are coming together to bring awareness and raise money for their respective causes.
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Wednesday, November 2,2011

Beyond Transylvania

Author discusses ‘Dracula’ Thursday

by Nicole LaChance
Before Edward Cullen and True Blood, there was Dracula, the terrifying blood-sucker from Transylvania. A young Jane Congdon was fascinated by his tale and developed a desire to tour the land of the famous vampire. What followed was a memoir about her 18-day journey and coming to terms with a broken childhood.
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