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Wednesday, April 11,2012

YMCA camps in Michigan

by Alyssa Firth
Camp Al-Gon-Quian — Ann Arbor YMCA’s overnight camp for campers ages 6 through 16. (734) 661-8051 Camp Copneconic — A year-round camp and retreat center in Fenton. (810) 629-9622
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Wednesday, March 28,2012

Addressing Asperger's Syndrome

'Theory' looks at teen life from a different angle

by Alyssa Firth
Bill, played byMichigan State University alum Hazen Cuyler, is a 17-year-old headed for college, and while he is highly intelligent when it comes to school, he lacks the ability to read social cues and is anxious about relationships and social interactions.
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Wednesday, March 28,2012

'From the eclectic to the obscure'

Michigan Antiquarian Book & Paper Show returns Sunday at Lansing Center

by Alyssa Firth
More than 75 dealers will be selling old books and paper items “ranging from the eclectic to the obscure,” according to Walsh. These items include thousands of postcards and photographs, old movie posters and magazines, children’s books and plenty of literature. Many rarities and first editions will be on display as well.
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Wednesday, March 21,2012

'Next Fall' looks at faith and family

by Alyssa Firth
"Next Fall" revolves around a same-sex couple, Adam and Luke. Luke, played by Russ Jameson, believes in God while Adam, played by Jonas Greenberg, is an atheist. When an accident occurs, Adam seeks support and answers among friends and Luke’s family. The play centers on the discussions of characters in a hospital waiting room and an apartment.
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Wednesday, March 14,2012

New in town

Great Clips

by Alyssa Firth
Michigan State University students have a new spot for haircuts in between class. Great Clips’ new location at 205 M.A.C. Avenue had a soft opening two weeks ago and has its grand opening Saturday.
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Wednesday, March 7,2012

More than cookies

The Girl Scouts has a 100-year history of community involvement, activism and acceptance

by Alyssa Firth
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan serves roughly 80,000 Girl Scouts throughout the state, and while selling cookies does teach young girls the “Five Skills in Daily Life” — goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills and business ethic — being a Girl Scout means much more.
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Wednesday, February 29,2012

A six-month test drive

Lansing Art Gallery lets customers lease artwork before buying

by Alyssa Firth
Eyeing an original piece of art, but not quite sure if it’ll look right in your home or office? Lansing Art Gallery is hoping to help solve your dilemma this month.
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Wednesday, February 29,2012

March plan: Honor Japan

MSU hosts a month of Japanese cultural events

by Alyssa Firth
It may not be a huge island, but Japan is a cultural treasure trove. So Michigan State University’s Asian Studies Center is expanding its annual celebration of Japan from one week to a full month.
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Wednesday, February 8,2012

Forward thinking

What would you do if a stranger gave you $50?

by Alyssa Firth
Hoffman said he began thinking about the way people end up stressing out over their busy lives and end up only thinking about themselves.
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Wednesday, February 8,2012

Classical soirees

Absolute Music series brings chamber music to Old Town gallery

by Alyssa Firth
Jazz and blues have been a staple in Old Town for some time now with the annual Lansing JazzFest, but one gallery is bringing classical music into the mix.
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