The weather forecast this weekend calls for plenty of sunshine and numerous options to explore the outdoors in and around East Lansing. ELi's Jonathan Townley pinpoints places and events to consider as you plan your activities.
Kyle Smith's mid-career change in profession has led to greater satisfaction despite some on-the-job challenges. Ann Kammerer profiles an East Lansing High School alumnus who has found happiness in the classroom.
For fifteen years, Natalie Hool and Jim Matthews have organized a local race to honor their late son Max, raising funds to help families with children facing serious medical problems. Now they're passing the torch. ELi's Andrew Graham explains why.
The Michigan State University Department of Theatre’s Summer Circle has delighted audiences for the past six decades. ELi reporter Jonathan Townley describes why this venue remains a special destination for performers and theatergoers alike.
A group of homeowners in Shaw Estates said they did not want the "essence" of their neighborhood marred by having even one house rented. Three members of City Council approved their request. ELi's Mark Meyer explains why the other two voted against.
Now in its 10th year, Saturday's Pumpstock festival will fill Bailey Park for six hours with the sounds of Americana and folk music. ELi's Chris Wardell spoke with artists who will play the main stage, and tells us why they're looking forward to performing in East Lansing.
A local 16-year-old runaway girl has returned home safely. ELi's Jessy Gregg spoke with Deputy Chief Steve Gonzalez for more information about how the ELPD handles missing person cases and brings you this report.
A group of Shaw Estates homeowners are petitioning City Council to enact another East Lansing rental restriction overlay district. ELi's Mark Meyer reports the details and provides a look at how renters and overlay districts are viewed.
What might happen if "too many" rental apartments are built in and near East Lansing's downtown? And where are families supposed to rent? ELi's Noa Kuszai and Alice Dreger report on discussion from East Lansing's Planning Commission.
“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.”