Posts by: Steven Rich

Midterm Election Wrap Up

By Aaron Martinez

This past Tuesday, voters lent their voices to deciding who should be elected to public offices in Michigan and around the country. In the days leading up to the election, pollsters around the country had virtually every state-level race in Michigan marked as a statistical dead heat. However once voters got to the booths on Election Day, the margins of victory proved to be much larger than anticipated. Read More…

East Lansing Film Festival Promises Thrills, Big Stars, and Comedy

By Audrey Matusz

The 17th annual East Lansing Film Festival is on a roll this weekend bringing independent films, documentaries, shorts, and student films from around the world to the local area.

The festival started last night and runs till Thursday, Nov. 6. Films are screened at Wells Hall and Studio C theatre in Okemos and vary from psychological thrillers to uplifting documentaries. Read More…

Opening New Doors to Classical Music with the Lansing Symphony

By Daniel Rayzel

On Sunday, October 19th, the Lansing Symphony will continue its chamber music series with its second installment, “Cornucopia.” The concert will feature music by classical composers Joseph Haydn and Johannes Brahms with performances by Janine Gaboury, Stephen Foster, and Valerie Sly on French horns, Kathryn Votapek on violin, and Sangmi Lim on piano. The show will take place at 3pm at Molly Grove Chapel in Downtown Lansing.

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Joe Hertler and Kim Vi tonight at the Loft

Tonight, Lansing favorites Joe Hertler & the Rainbow Seekers and Kim Vi & the Siblings are preforming alongside Big Sherb at the Loft. Tickets to the show can be found online and at the door. Steven sat down with both band leaders to chat about music, the internet and MMA. For the full interview with Joe and Kim, check out this week’s Exposure, Tuesday at 7PM.

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Exposure 10.14.14

This week on Exposure, host Steven Rich talks with Bret Miller, Bill Vincent and Casey James of the new film Some Are Born. You can find their Facebook page here.

Impact News reporter Aaron Martinez dives into an issue handicapped students are experiencing at Spartan Stadium. You can find Katie’s Facebook and GoFundMe at these links.

And we close the show with a conversation with artist Claire Kleese, who’s piece Sjor was featured at this year’s ArtPrize in Grand Rapids.

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Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle CD Release

By Daniel Rayzel

On Saturday, October 11th, the REO town district will be hosting an album release party for The Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle’s (LUVS) upcoming album, ”Dream Machine.” REO Town President, Ryan Wert, describes the upcoming event as a combination of a “CD release show and [a] preview of the Robin Theater,” which will be opening this coming spring.

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