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The kooky characters and supernatural scenarios of a creepy American classic have come together once again to tell the tale of an unusual family.
The musical comedy “The Addams Family,” which focuses on the life of the family many remember from Charles Addams’ cartoons and the classic TV show, opens Tuesday night and will run until Sunday in Wharton Center’s Cobb Great Hall.
Andrew Blumberg brought the sights and sounds of the Las Vegas Strip to East Lansing on Saturday.
The hospitality business senior was one of many students in the School of Hospitality Business who helped host Vegas Night 2012.
It is almost the weekend. Classes are ending, and students are ready to unwind. Here is a roundup of events to attend during the weekend respite.
When I was younger, I wanted to be a princess.
And not a real princess, such as Princess Caroline of Hanover, who has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and speaks five languages.
By standing out, theatre senior Erika Moul hopes to help others feel as if they fit in.
“I love being a part of entertaining people and making people laugh,” Moul said. “I want to make people comfortable with being themselves by being strange.”
Patrick and Matt Duda agree when it comes to their music careers, two heads are better than one.
After dabbling in various solo projects, the two brothers decided to combine their efforts and created the hip-hop duo The Specktators.
In this week’s Features podcast, desk members discussed actress Zooey Deschanel, who recently received a birthday letter from President Barack Obama.
Why do so many people love this celebrity, and is she deserving of all the attention she receives?
Imagine it’s the week before finals. You’re tired, you’re stressed and you really just need a break.
Enter the only night in the entire week you haven’t had gargantuan amounts of work glaring at you.
There are some who believe it’s just about the music.
To them, it doesn’t matter what an artist acts like or looks like on stage or off.
Mobs of Machine Gun Kelly fans swarmed the stage as the artist made his much anticipated entrance Saturday at The Loft, 414 E.
Dancers, musicians, hula-hoopers and poets helped transform the International Center’s Crossroads Food Court into a concert hall at 8 p.m. Saturday for the annual Showtyme @ MSU talent show.
For Trevor Hobbs, music is more than beats and notes.
The percussionist for the Michigan folk act Breathe Owl Breathe said he and his bandmates try to tell stories with their music.
Who asks out who? When it comes to the dating process, should the boy have to follow the traditional rule a man asks a woman out, or should girls make the first move? Listen to this week’s podcast to hear discussion of mixed views on the subject, which in the end might or might not help us figure out why girls head to the bathroom in groups.
With 2012 already in full swing, it can be easy to forget about 2011 while keeping busy making plans for the new year.
But members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association find it important to recognize those who made 2011 a year to remember — and they do it by presenting icons with a shiny gold globe.
What girl out there doesn’t love to imagine her dream wedding? From the moment the backpack is strapped on their shoulders on the first day of school, little girls are predisposed to daydream of ball gowns, veils and cakes with white icing stacked high to the ceiling — and don’t forget the picturesque plastic bride and groom perched on the very top.
Monday - Comedy Night, Tuesday - Neon Tuesday, Wednesday - Metal @ The Loft, Thursday - MSU Polo at the Pavilion, Friday - Michigan State University Showcase
In this week’s Features podcast, desk members discussed three lists from Time Magazine’s collection of "Top 10 Everything of 2011":http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/0,28757,2101344,00.html, including the ten worst movies, fleeting celebrities and worst dressed individuals.
Although her real life isn’t as hectic as her life in cyberspace, MSU alumna Michelle Meredith said she recently has become quite popular.
I love acquiring new music without actually making a purchase.
iTunes’ Free Single of the Week or monthly compilations from magazines, such as Spin, are freebies I always have to download.
When I saw the Soil & the Sun perform in Lansing in October, the group had a lot going on.
Eight individuals stood on a small stage, a collection of instruments scattered around them.