Story Totems by artist Lezlee Worthington opens January 8th at ELPL. The show is the first since library renovations, and marks Worthington's retirement after 25 years as as a children's librarian. Sheila Taylor reports.
As the City of East Lansing’s specially-convened Financial Health Team prepares to present its recommendations to City Council, the City’s total debt load is now approaching $200 million. Why? ELi's Alice Dreger reports.
Native writer/advocate/activist and educator Sara Marie Ortiz will be reading from her collection Red Milk and her second forthcoming collection Savage: A Love Story today at 1:00 p.m. at MSU's Lookout Gallery.
Shop for UNICEF cards, cooperative games, locally-made crafts, jewelry, ceramics, books, olive oil from Palestine, sweet-smelling soaps and many other items and support social justice at the Alternative Holiday Fair this Saturday.
With a development proposal from Costco moving forward, details are emerging with regard to plans for truck delivery restrictions, wetland filling and wetland preservation, pedestrian and bicycle management, and more.