Making something out of nothing might sound like a daunting task — unless you’re a sound designer. “(Sound design) is taking sound and creating an environment that doesn’t really exist,” said Steve Curran, co-owner of Harvest Music + Sound Design, 1011 N. Washington Ave., in Lansing.
With shaggy-carpeted floors and plenty of full-length mirrors, Talula boutique, 3536 Meridian Crossings, in Okemos, bears much resemblance to an avid shopper’s bedroom.
For some artists, a studio is a place to work in privacy without interruptions or distractions. But that much solitude was unfamiliar to Gretel Geist Rutledge, which is part of why she joined Grove Gallery Co-op, 325 Grove St., an East Lansing artist cooperative opening in early May.
What started as one man selling bikes out of his home has turned into three generations of local bike shops, currently in the form of Denny’s Central Park Bicycles, 1805 Central Park Drive, in Okemos.
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