Entertainment

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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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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Exposure 3/18/14: Crimea annexation, thrift store gala, Michigan tourism

This week on Exposure, we get an exclusive interview about an upcoming Burlesque Extravaganza in REO Town. We also explore how faith is incorporated into free medical clinics. Later on the show, we have talk about tourism in Michigan and the Ronald McDonald House’s upcoming 5k walk. To end the show, we will break down the events happening in Crimea for your full understanding. Read More…

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