The electric rideshare company Gotcha has finalized contracts with the City of East Lansing and MSU to bring scooters back to the area this week. ELi's Sarah Spohn reports on the company's preparation and on the transportation options available.
ELi's Chris Wardell previews the folk/bluegrass/roots music series lineup which this year mixes familiar favorites (Mid-Winter Singing and Folk Festival) with the new, including a play and a performance by a local dancer.
Sunday’s “One Book, One Community” discussion centered on the struggle for affordable housing and the effects of eviction as described by Matthew Desmond in his Pulitzer Prize-winning book. Anaiis Rios-Kosaga, a graduate of ELi’s Summer Youth Journalism program, brings us this report.
The first day of school at the newly constructed Donley Elementary will showcase a building with updates and upgrades galore for students, faculty, and staff. ELi reporter Mark Meyer and photographer Raymond Holt toured the building with Superintendent Dori Leyko to help capture an inside look.
The rhythm, culture, and diversity of life in a college town will travel with Molly Stevens forever. ELi's Ann Kammerer recently caught up with the 1991 ELHS graduate, now living in Berkeley, for another profile in our "Where are they now?" alumni series.
ELi's Chris Wardell introduces us to The Dangling Participles, a merry band of musicians who also happen to know a thing or two about language composition. Part of the band will play this Friday's Coffeehouse show alongside many other community favorites.
ELi's arts and entertainment reporter Chris Wardell brings us the story of Michigan native Amy Petty, a singer-songwriter who spent the early part of her career in New England but is now firmly rooted and happy to sing about being back home.