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Wednesday, November 30,2011

Downward (hot) dog

Warm up your muscles — and everything else — in the steamy studios of East Lansing Hot Yoga

by Carlee Schepeler
Whenever we traveled, we would seek out the hot yoga studios, she recalled. And before Sutherland s noon class last Wednesday, that came full circle when a traveling yogi stopped in for class as she was passing through town..
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Wednesday, November 16,2011

‘Pirates’ sail into MSU

by Carlee Schepeler
W.S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan s comic operetta The Pirates of Penzance was written in 1879. That presents a few challenges for the Michigan State Opera cast, according to director Melanie Helton.
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Wednesday, November 9,2011

The masks of Masopust

Czech photographer reveals the colors of a carnival in MSU exhibit

by Carlee Schepeler
On Death and Horses and Other People, the Michigan State University Museum s new show within Mask: Secrets and Revelations features photos of masked attendees at the Masopust carnival in Roztoky, Czechoslovakia.
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Wednesday, October 26,2011

The bigger picture

A local photography group honors its late leader

by Carlee Schepeler
Knoblock, 47, was the owner of Lansing IT, a consulting firm that works primarily with small businesses. A master of all things Apple and “i-things,” Knoblock helped Brown with computer issues a few times per year. They had been friends for over 10 years.
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Wednesday, October 26,2011

Exploring the horrors of hatred

Day of the Dead event attacks homophobia

by Carlee Schepeler
“El dia de los Muertos,” as it is traditionally known, is a festival in which families remember their ancestors who have passed away. This year’s theme is homophobia awareness, and events are scheduled throughout the Nov. 1 celebration to honor victims of hate crimes.
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Wednesday, October 19,2011

Sunny's not blue

Wilkinson returns to MSU Friday for a new gig: singing with the LSO

by Carlee Schepeler
“I was a poor college student,” she said, “so I would go around to garage sales and buy worn-out records for a quarter. I would try to steal licks from Ella Fitzgerald. I just wanted to be good enough that musicians would want to play with me..
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Wednesday, October 12,2011

Making a splash

Julian VanDyke and James McFarland host two events to benefit Mid-Michigan Food Bank

by Carlee Schepeler
McFarland is the owner of Hotwater Works, a hot tub dealer on Michigan Avenue. This venue provided the pair with enough space to accommodate a large audience. The artists will take suggestions from the crowd about the art they create..
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Wednesday, October 12,2011

Haunted heart

MSU revisits ‘Desire’ in old New Orleans

by Carlee Schepeler
Graduate student Emily Young is playing Stella as her thesis role, which she believes will help tackle her constant challenge of finding vulnerability in her acting. Young took her research one big step further by traveling to New Orleans in May to get better acquainted with the city’s culture.
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Wednesday, October 5,2011

Facing the 'Bare' facts

MSU senior Dennis Corsi launches theater company to produce 'pop opera' about gay teens in crisis

by Carlee Schepeler
Touch Your Soul Productions Residential College in the Arts and Humanities Theater in Snyder- Phillips Hall, MiSU 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6; 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, and Saturday, Oct. 8; 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 9 $10 general admission; free for students on Thursday and Sunday; $7 students for Friday and Saturday Email reservations to ReserveTouchYourSoul@gmail.
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Wednesday, September 28,2011

From alley to gallery

Old Town’s Art Spot allows artists to use buildings as their canvas

by Carlee Schepeler
“What we wanted to do is have pre-approved art opportunities throughout our entire downtown ' little fun things that local artists could participate in to maintain the texture and feeling of Old Town,” said Lauren Ciesa, a former association board member.
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