To celebrate the publication of his first book and thank his supporters, bagpiper and composition student Duncan Petersen-Jones is hosting a concert at The Peoples Church this Saturday. (We're all invited, too.) Ann Nichols reports.
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.
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.
From "All You Need is Love" to "Hey Jude," East Lansing High School's performing arts programs follows a Beatles theme for its 35th annual Collage Concert tomorrow night. ELHS student and ELi reporter John Paul Roboski tells you when, where and how you can also take in some art and small ensemble performances at tonight's Collage Coffeehouse.
“This isn’t so much a concert, but rather one big music activity,” Potter said. “Kids can grab shakers to shake along to the music, while parents get a chance to catch their breath, hang out in the back, and enjoy a cup of coffee.”
This year's Halloween activities in East Lansing start with Safe Halloween on Thursday the 26th, and end with trick or treating on Tuesday the 31st - but there's also lots to do in between. Eli's Rosalind Arch tells you what's happening.
East Lansing Public Schools' Walk to School Day is this Wednesday. The event promotes the health, environmental and social benefits of walking to school at least one day a week. Linda Roush Nuttall reports.
The Marble Garden began because two first-grade teachers wanted to see something besides brick and grass outside their classroom windows. ELi's Coleen Moyerbrailean has the scoop on how that garden has grown in 25 years.