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A recent ordinance change by East Lansing City Council will increase the number of businesses required to acquire an entertainment license, but will not impact “dancing in East Lansing,” Mayor Pro Tem Nathan Triplett said.
The amendment to Ordinance 1278 was passed during council’s May 15 meeting and went into effect last Wednesday.
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 Childish Gambino hit the Auditorium stage Wednesday night wearing a red hoodie bearing the words “Scouts Honor” and singing his hit “Outside,” few would have guessed he was the fun-loving, quirky and somewhat nerdy character Troy from the hit NBC show “Community.”
But the 28-year-old rapper, actor, writer and comedian, who offstage is known as Donald Glover, is no stranger to the rap game.
For the past several months, Chelsea Roberts has dedicated much of her time to exploring and experimenting with gender.
And on Thursday evening, the theatre senior will share her discoveries at an event she is hosting, Put On: Wearing Gender, which will take place at 7:30 p.m. at (SCENE) Metrospace, 100 Charles St.
Artists like to think of their popularity as solely a product of their own doing. But although they don’t like to admit it, sometimes they could use some help in finding fame and fortune.
And more than once, the hit television show “Glee” has been an artist’s aid.
Advertising junior Justin Gaines first joined the MSU Breakdance Club in 2009 as an outlet to show off his talent.
He never thought he’d gain a family out of the deal, but it’s exactly what he has.
While Nicholas Dansby sat under the sun Saturday afternoon reading a newspaper and enjoying a cup of coffee as he often does, he noticed something wasn’t quite the same.
After seeing “Legally Blonde” performed on Broadway, Erika Moul knew she was meant to play Elle Woods.
And when she finally was offered the chance to portray the character, Moul said she couldn’t refuse.
Rap artist "Childish Gambino":http://www.facebook.com/pages/Childish-Gambino/201109308841 will perform at 7:30 p.m.
After becoming involved with the Alliance of Creative Students' first-ever art exhibit, Toni Lee Ruggiano realized she can call herself an artist even though she never has painted a masterpiece or drawn like a professional.
Oddities such as blue men and puppeteered horses are among just a few attractions to be featured at Wharton Center during its 2012-13 season.
When he arrived at MSU as a premedical freshman, media arts and technology senior Jordan Leer never expected to find his place as a member of the MSU Telecasters — nor did he expect that he’d have a main role on "The ShoW," the longest-running college sitcom, which is run completely by MSU students.
The schedule for the 2012-13 season of Wharton Center was announced Sunday.
The MSU Federal Credit Union Broadway at Wharton Center Series portion of the schedule includes seven shows — “Anything Goes,” “War Horse,” “Billy Elliot: The Musical,” “Sister Act,” “Catch Me If You Can,” “Blue Man Group” and “American Idiot.”
The program also includes a lineup of world-renowned performing artists, such as pop singer Sheryl Crow, comedian Lily Tomlin and jazz performer Sonny Rollins.
In honor of Wharton Center’s 30th anniversary, subscribers can receive as much as 30 percent off public ticket prices.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit "whartoncenter.com":http://whartoncenter.com/default.aspx.
In a sea of electrified students, Michael Gonczar wobbled back and forth to the beat in the middle of "Jenison Field House":http://www.msuspartans.com/facilities/jenison-wrestling.html on Saturday evening.
The environmental studies and agriscience senior was one of many attendees at the first-ever "Cultural Remix":http://www.facebook.com/events/300316983358509/ who participated in a line dance number at the event.
“It was a lot of fun,” Gonczar said.
When Treavor Hammons steps out onto the stage Friday night, his appearance will be drastically different than normal.
Instead of wearing a T-shirt, jeans and a pair of sneakers, as he usually does, the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities senior will sport a wig, high-heeled shoes and jewelry.
By welcoming people into her world, Lena Ellis-Boatman hopes to open their eyes to everything it has to offer.
The graduate student said by helping to organize MSU Open Studios, an event that invites community members to explore Kresge Art Center, she plans to bring attention to the Department of Art and Art History and those people who are a part of it.
When Katie Pastor begins her work day, she doesn’t do so in a cubicle or other traditional-looking office space.
To experience success with their current band, Dillon Gorden and Drew Irwin first had to let another one fall apart.
Lansing resident Gorden and East Lansing resident Irwin both were members of alternative act A Letter to You, which broke up about two years ago, before forming their new group, Redbird.
“Les Misérables” is the go-to Broadway production, whether you’re a romantic looking for a sweet love story, a thrill seeker who wants an action-packed war tale or a history buff in search of an educational experience.
When on stage portraying a young, love-struck woman, Chasten Harmon said she is living out her dream.
Harmon plays Eponine, one of the main characters in the Broadway musical “Les Misérables.” It’s a role many actresses aspire to land, Harmon said.