Now on exhibit at the East Lansing Public Library are works by Elaine Dobrowolski and Lily LaFollette, who each pursued her passion for painting after an earlier career, in one case in auto manufacturing, in the other, in business.
The East Lansing School Board heard about the growth and popularity of its music programs at Monday night's meeting. They also listened to teachers requesting that the current health insurance plan be continued despite its comparatively high cost to the District.
Inspired by the positive effects of music during her mother's years with Alzheimer's, one woman helped to fund a unique, interactive program for MSU music students and memory care patients. Ann Kammerer reports.
Orchesis is the only dance organization at MSU sponsored by the Theater Department. Their upcoming annual concert includes works choreographed by students, professors and Billy Bell of "So You Think You Can Dance."
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.
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.