Jon Kermiet, Director of the annual Race for the Place, is continuing that work even into retirement, as he has a personal connection to the cause of addressing domestic violence. ELi's Jessy Gregg reports.
Members of MSU's Citizen Scholars Program are leading the design and installation of a new artwork for Valley Court Park. East Lansing residents are invited to participate in the work, which is focused on sexual abuse and recovery.
MSU Senior Monte Pride has played a lot of venues, including All Saints Episcopal Church, Abrams Planetarium, The Peoples Church and the EL Farmers' Market. Thursday night he gets to play a show he calls "a dream come true." Sarah Spohn has the story.
The cancellation of the Great Lakes Folk Festival has been unwelcome news to many artists, attendees, and downtown business owners. So how was the decision made, and why? ELi's Alice Dreger investigates.
MSU Museum Director Mark Auslander today explained to ELi his reasons for putting the Great Lake Folks Festival on what he calls “hiatus." Issues named include lack of diversity among attendees, a need to serve MSU undergraduates, and the challenges of construction downtown.
City leaders are suggesting that those who want to respond to a white nationalist coming to speak at MSU on Monday do so by attending the City-sponsored Diversity Celebration at All Saints Church. ELi's Jessy Gregg reports.
The City is offering help to residents dealing with flooded homes. On campus, the scene of the Red Cedar River's flood is dramatic. Today, we bring you more information from the City and photos from the ELi team.
The City is advising homeowners to call if they are experiencing flooding in their basement that might be related to drainage problems. Meanwhile, MSU is preparing for the Red Cedar to flood parts of campus.
How can you warm up your Friday night with "Jazz, standards, Western swing, country, and originals, all performed on ukuleles, bass, dobros, vintage steel guitars, and pedal steel guitars?” ELi's Christopher Wardell reports.