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Culture wars: MSU professor explores the dark patterns of online harassment

Imagine waking up one morning to a new reality where overnight you reached the top of the far right’s hit list. The opening scene sounds like the making of Nicholas Cage’s next starring role, but the scenario is far from fiction.
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Turn it Down: Drinking Mercury brings psychedelic experience to the Robin Theatre
Saturday, Nov. 23 @ The Robin Theatre, 1105 S. Washington Ave., Lansing All ages, $15, $10 adv., 7:30 p.m. Since the summer of …
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Punks With Lunch celebrate 2 years of advocating for Lansing’s houseless
The grassroots charity group, Punks With Lunch, aiming to feed and clothe communities in need turns two this Friday. The evening will …
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Greater Lansing Potter’s Guild celebrates 50 years of clay
In Haslett, tucked inside thick brush along a dirt road off Old M-78, is a tiny office building. Inside there aren’t desks, …
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Artist Katrín Sigurdadóttir lets the world crumble through her fingers
Just beyond the westernmost point of the Lansing River Trail, in a wooded grove, lies a piece of Iceland.That is where Katrín …
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The true Silver Bells: Central United Methodist's carillon
In the cold and wispy bell tower of Central United Methodist Church, the 36-bell carillon will ring out Christmas carols for all to …
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Ed White lights the sky for Silver Bells  
TUESDAY, Nov. 19 — The time before the big show is winding down for Ed White, the IBEW 665 electrician who travels from …
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Meet the man behind Lansing’s weirdest music video
TUESDAY, Nov. 19 —  Frank Zappa, Brian Eno and David Byrne — these are just a few of the avant-garde …
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Grosse Pointe author addresses her community's prejudice
The regulars at the Country Club of Detroit and longtime residents of Grosse Pointe might be surprised by the content of Carrie …
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Fish can hear boat noises and the loud ones trouble their ears
WINDSOR, Ontario — Researchers found that fish can hear human-created, noises and that their ears are harmed by them. They …
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New 43-foot sculpture ‘Upward Bound’ adds character to LCC campus 
THURSDAY, Nov. 14 — While the weather outside is frightful and gray, Lansing Community College’s towering …
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