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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Ready, set, food fight!

Downtown Lansing Inc. hosts third annual food drive competition

by Randiah Green
Monday, Oct. 22 — If we could make sure hungry, homeless and needy families got all their servings of fruits and veggies this holiday season simply by throwing food at them, the world would be a better place. Well, actually throwing food at them is a bad idea, not to mention denigrating. Perhaps donating food items as part of the Downtown Lansing Annual Food Fight would be a better way to go about it.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

‘Ripple effect’

Fundraiser on Friday benefits the Ingham County Sobriety Court

by Randiah Green
Thursday, Oct. 25 — Driving down the road, ready for a night on the town, you’re suddenly struck by another vehicle. As the other driver staggers out of their car, a Budweiser can falls from the seat.
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Wednesday, October 17,2012

Road to Kosovo

Mason fire truck finally heading to Europe

by Randiah Green
The first time Mason Mayor Leon Clark tried to deliver the fire truck to Kosovo, he found himself on the side of the road with smoke billowing from the engine.
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Wednesday, October 3,2012

Eyesore of the week

by Randiah Green
A drug house? The hideout for a chainsaw wielding-madman? The future site of a new haunted Halloween attraction? The creepy possibilities are endless and the mind can’t help but wander in a sinister direction when gazing upon this destitute building.
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Wednesday, October 3,2012

Home invasion

Annual tour lets you peek in some swanky Westside homes

by Randiah Green
An enormous fireplace with ornate Victorian-style tile dominates the Carr family's living room. Elaborate plasterwork covers the ceiling and arched glass windows adorn the walls. Homeowner Gordon Carr says that when people step into his house, they are instantly struck by the unique design.
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Wednesday, October 3,2012

Hope floats

Riverwalk Black Box show wades into deep water

by Randiah Green
Even though audiences already knew what happened at the end of 1997's blockbuster "Titanic," they still flooded theaters in record numbers to watch the fate of the doomed passengers and crew.
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