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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Taking art to the streets

Lansing Art Gallery to host lectures on trends in contemporary art and the social value of public art and graffiti

by Hélène Dryden
Friday, Sept. 28 — A new lecture series starting Oct. 10 is getting down and dirty with the subject of graffiti and public art — a timely subject for Lansing-area art enthusiasts.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Laugh in

Comedy event good for funny bone, charity

by Hélène Dryden
Thursday, Oct. 18 — There's something to be said about live and local comedy shows that offer live and local laughter — especially if it’s for a good cause. This Friday at The Avenue Café in Lansing, comedian Melik Brown has created just that: a night of comedy to benefit the Women’s Center of Greater Lansing.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Food fight for food bank

Food donation competition starts Tuesday in downtown Lansing for Greater Lansing Food Bank

by Hélène Dryden
Monday, Nov. 26 — The season of competitive giving is upon us: on Tuesday a five-hour food and money collection drive in downtown Lansing will benefit the Greater Lansing Food Bank.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Glitter ball

Annual fundraiser recognizes local art supporters

by Hélène Dryden
Tuesday, Dec. 4 — There are about 20,000 different types of glitter produced worldwide. Yep — people really love the stuff, especially around the holiday season. So in the spirit of all things bright and sparkly, the Arts Council of Greater Lansing is holding the 33rd annual Holiday Glitter fundraiser tomorrow at the University Club of Michigan State University.
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Wednesday, November 14,2012

Wine p(art)y

Drink and paint at new Lansing business

by Hélène Dryden
On an average Saturday night, I usually head to a show with some friends or, having recently turned 21, go barhopping. But last weekend I tried something different: a friend and I went to a class at Painting With a Twist, a new instructional painting studio in Frandor Shopping Plaza.
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Wednesday, October 10,2012

Playing to his strong suit

MSU grad finds home in Hollywood with web series

by Hélène Dryden
Baseball may be the national pastime, but in mid-Michigan, football reigns supreme. Love it or hate it, mid-Michigan is steeped in pigskin culture, fueled by those seven annual home games at Spartan Stadium that touch the lives of nearly every soul within a 10-mile radius.
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