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Today in Lansing: ArtFeast

Nearly 100 artists will be selling their handmade goods in Old Town today.
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Forty years ago in East Lansing: MSU student’s disappearance causes moral panic over ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ 
FRIDAY, Aug. 16 — In mid-August of 1979, 16-year-old MSU student James Dallas Egbert III vanished from campus. Allegedly …
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This Lansing hairstylist wants to give you a mullet 
FRIDAY, Aug. 16 — The mullet.  For Lansing hairstylist Ashley Medina, its meaning has been determined to be a bold …
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Lansing’s co-housing options provide cheap community living
Lansing’s housing cooperatives and cohousing organizations provide reasonable rent with all utilities included, if you …
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Thrifty sisters maneuver the city for cheap summer activities  
The secret to Sarah Hart and Olivia Rice’s bond is their mutual desire for adventure and cheap outings. Over the past three …
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Animalia: What if my power animal is a flea?
FRIDAY, Aug. 16 — When most people learn about spirit and totem animals, it’s usually just a fun thing you do once while …
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Soldan's hosts frozen yogurt eating contest for dogs
THURSDAY, Aug. 15 — Hounds, mutts and purebreds of all shapes and sizes will chow down on a frozen yogurt cup for the fourth …
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New Impression 5 exhibit highlights MSU’s Facility for Rare Isotope Beams
THURSDAY, Aug. 15 — Impression 5 Science Center’s new exhibit puts nuclear science in the spotlight. “SMASH: A …
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Turn it Down: Local musicians play Ronnie Hernandez tribute concert Sunday at Reno’s North
Back in the mid-'60s as a Motown-loving teenager, Ronald “Ronnie” Hernandez joined a local garage band, called Balloon …
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Local author Erin Bartels exposes tales from photographs
Lansing author Erin Bartels’ debut book, “We Hope for Better Things,” is difficult to define. I’d like to tell …
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Over the Ledge’s saucy ‘Summer Retreat’ offers solace
A welcomed escape from some of this season’s disturbing events is “Summer Retreat.” The play is a fun, two-hour …
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