This year's East Lansing Art Festival will look different because of construction downtown, and may have a new addition to the food court. Eli's Jessy Gregg reports on what participants and visitors will want to know.
"Chances are, you’ll find the reporter who wrote a preview piece on the Great Lakes Folk Festival at that very same festival – roaming the streets the next day. There’s no separation between the press and the community. It wouldn’t be out of the ordinary for the reporter who broke the news on the results of a Board of Education vote, to be in the drop-off line of a local elementary school the next day."
An ELHS freshman's essay on why he sits out the National Anthem is spurring a city-wide discussion on racism in East Lansing. What is student Alex Hosey specifically asking of the School District and the Mayor?
Who would you want reporting more than someone who says she "has an information addiction" and "wants to know everything"? That's ELi reporter Jessy Gregg, and here she explains what's driven her to write some of ELi's biggest stories to date.
Improvements are coming to White Park and Bailey Park. But where might we see budget cuts affecting Parks & Rec in East Lansing? ELi's Jessy Gregg brings news from the latest Parks & Rec Advisory Commission meeting.
East Lansing High School student Evan Dempsey takes time out from a serious academic load, band, and college planning to write for ELi. (He's also a graduate of our first Summer Youth Journalism Program.) Why?
City of East Lansing staff and Council spent time with more than 70 community members Wednesday night to talk about the budget issues facing the City. ELi's Chris Root reports on the first of two planned community engagement meetings.
If you're looking for a family activity in East Lansing this weekend, your choices include this Hansel and Gretel update with dancers of all ages, Little Red, Purple, and Blue Riding Hood, a Trickster, and a Candy Shop. Emma McIlhagga reports.