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SHOWS AND SALES 17th Annual Art in the Barn Show & Sale, Old Stone Studio, 4666 Bunker Road, Mason, 628-3084, noon-9 p.m. daily through Aug. 8 " Featuring original watercolors, pastels and oils by Charles Herrick, plus hundreds of framed vintage magazine covers, ads and illustrations.

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Michigan-grown talent The Loft in downtown Lansing hosts a night of pure Michigan rock on Friday, with Davison-based alternative rockers Syndicate headlining. The band is made up of all University of MichiganFlint students, and it’s the guys’ fifth show at The Loft. “Even though Syndicate is out of the Flint area, we can’t seem to stay away from the Lansing crowd, and this venue is one of the greatest

hotspots for new music in Michigan,” says vocalist and guitarist Eric Quimby, who along with lead guitarist Pat Jenkinson, bass player Chris Keller, keyboard player Brandon Mansell and drummer Jake Rathbun make up the group. “Jerome (White, booker) came to us and asked if we would like to headline a show spotlighting new and up-and-coming talent in the

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region. After four shows and hundreds of fans having a great time in the past, we jumped on the opportunity to play The Loft again.” Quimby said supporting local talent is crucial to the scene and the greater economy. “Anything and everything should be done to promote local music, because it brings the communities together and supports local businesses,” he says. “We love every chance we have to play with new bands across the region. Everyone benefits and it gives us the chance to spread our music and put on a great show.” • A night of Michigan Music with Syndicate, The Standard, Epic Fail, Narc Out The Reds and Catlina Wine Mixer • Doors 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 6 • The Loft (above Harem Urban Lounge), 414 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 267-7898 • $5 for 21 and older, $10 younger than 21. The event is all ages until 10:30 p.m., then switches to 18 and older. Anne Erickson


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Gossip in the Forest knows what makes a good folk song: honest, from-theheart songwriting, chemistry between musicians and a simple love for genuine indie art. In the tradition of acoustic and indie folk music, every Gossip song tells a little story. Each has its own distinct musical style and personality. There’s a jazzy, ’20s-style speakeasy tune about a hairy man (“Big Burly Guy”); another song sung partially in French (“Secrets”); and a ’50s doowop number (“Back in Town”). The Lansing group appears Friday at the Ingham County Fair’s Shirley Clark Pavilion (next to the Lions Club). NOISE caught up with co-lead singer and flutist Quinn White — who along with Tom Cocozzoli (lead guitar/songwriter), Dennis Hunt (rhythm guitar/banjo/ recorder), Drew Cocozzoli (bass guitar) and Faith Herrick (co-lead singer) make up Gossip — to talk

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struments as part of the band, you have a lot going on musically. How do you make all the elements work together? White: Each person has their own style, and we just eventually found our sound. We’re all like a big family and have a great relationship with each other, and I think that really helps. NOISE: You and Faith Herrick have beautiful harmonies. Is that a big part of Gossip’s sound? White: Definitely. We can’t do a song without harmonies. It seems empty. I think our voices flow, and we do better together than we do separate. Even in songs where we can’t find harmony, one of us sings something in the background. I have a deep voice and she has high voice, so the harmony blends well. You either have the ear for it or you don’t, and luckily, we both have the ear for it.

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about the band’s beginnings on www.craigslist.com and more. NOISE: Lead us down the path that culminated in you establishing Gossip in the Forest. White: Tom Cocozzoli has been writing music a long time, and he was looking for a certain sound. He posted an ad on Craig’s List last year, and I saw it and sang for him. He and I ended up forming the project at first, and later we put together the rest of the band members. We booked our first gig in May, and now we have so many people calling us that we’re having to turn down gigs. NOISE: What draws you to the folk genre? White: I’ve always liked the story aspect of it. I like being able to tell a story and not just repeat a chorus or sing a bridge. I think another reason is because people pay attention to folk music. I’ve been in bands for 10 years, and folk is in its own realm as far as its fans in the indie world. When you go to bars to listen to bands, people don’t always seem to be there for the music. But when people go to a folk concert, they’re there to listen and appreciate the music. NOISE: With so many in-

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Basement 414, 414 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, www.b414.org, 6-9 p.m. Aug. 6 " “Unfathomable Reins,” a solo exhibition by Janel Schultz, is an installation of hybrid sculpture made from discarded materials with motion activated sound. “Animalesque” is a group exhibition consisting of art that is visually or conceptually linked to animals. Music at the opening will be provided by Seagrass Diov.

Avenue, Lansing, 371-4600, www.jazzlansing.com, 4 p.m.midnight Aug. 6 and 2 p.m.midnight Aug. 7 " Twenty-plus jazz acts are lined up for the two-day fest, which draws about 15,000 people. A variety of ethnic food and craft vendors on site. Art galleries and shops open their doors during festival hours. Check the website for schedule of music acts. Cost: free, $5 admission to the beverage tent.

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The hard rock caravan named, “Carnival of Madness,” pummels through DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkston on Saturday, boasting a radio-friendly pallet of Shinedown, Chevelle, Puddle of Mudd, Sevendust and 10 Years. 10 Years, which will release its “Feeding the Wolves” CD on Aug. 31, is looking forward to previewing new material at the stint. With production by Howard Benson (Daughtry, P.O.D., Skillet), expect darkly painted, wellcraft alt-metal on the release. The Republic Records album features 14 tracks, including lead single “Shoot It Out,” which is No. 21 on the active rock chart (at press time). • “Carnival of Madness” with Shinedown, Chevelle, Puddle of Mudd, Sevendust, 10 Years • 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 7 • DTE Energy Music Theatre, Sashabaw Road, Clarkston • $17-$39.50 plus charges, available via Ticketmaster at www.ticketmaster.com

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Auditions for “Living the All-of-us-Express Dreams of My Children’s Theatre: Ancestors,” Union Missionary “Peter Pan,” East Lansing Baptist Church, 500 S. Martin Hannah Community Center, 819 Luther King Jr. Blvd., Lansing, Abbot Road, East Lansing, www.freewebs.com, 333-2580, www.cityofeast 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Aug. 7 " An lansing.com/allofus, 7 p.m. Fridays, encore production written and 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Saturdays, July directed by Hope Rollins. Director 30-31 and Aug. 6-7 " More than needs to fill open roles and add 100 local children are involved in to original cast. Performance dates bringing this classic fairy tale to are Nov. 4-6 at Riverwalk Theatre. life. Call or go online to purchase tickets. Cost: $7, $5 for children 17 AUTO EVENTS and younger. Bath Days Festival Car “Annie,” Meadow Brook Theatre, Show, Bath Elementary School, see Thursday, Aug. 5. 13789 Webster Road, Bath, “Five Course Love,” 896-7358, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Aug. 7 " Williamston Theatre, see Thursday, Early registration starts at 7:45 a.m. Aug. 5. Call Melanie for more information, or just come on down with your One Act Plays: “Once cars. Cost: $5 entry fee. Upon a Shoe” and “Drive-In,” Mid-Michigan LIST CONTINUES Page 10

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ld Town Lansing’s 16th annual JazzFest kicks off Friday, bringing two days of free music from local, regional and national jazz acts. From 4 p.m. to midnight Friday and 1 p.m. to midnight Saturday, the streets of Old Town will overflow with soulful music, cheery faces, families and vendors selling food, beverages, art, clothing and crafts. Topping the bill are Derrick Gardner and the Jazz Prophets Friday and jazz-fusion guitarist Stanley Jordan Saturday. “Stanley Jordan is so talented, and his jazz comes from so many different areas of influence,” says LaToya English, promotions director for the festival. “What he does with his tap technique on the guitar is very dynamic, and I love the string sounds. To hear that will be exciting for me. “With Derrick, he’s toured a lot of different places, so it will be great to see him pull all those influences into his live show.” More on the major draws: w Derrick Gardner and the Jazz Prophets play Friday. Gardner formed The Jazz Prophets in ’91, bringing together a three-man horn line of Gardner, his brother trombonist Vincent Gardner (from the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra) and tenor sax player Rob Dixon. Gardner was also the trumpet soloist in Broadway’s, “Thou Shalt Not,” with music and lyrics by Harry Connick Jr. w Lansing-based bass player Orrick Ewing has backed some of music’s biggest names, from Aretha Franklin to Mavis Staples to Smokey Robinson. He also holds a Grammy nomination for his years as the bass player of The Mighty Clouds of Joy. Read an interview with Ewing at www.lansingNOISE.com. He plays Friday. w Latin salsa-style band Orquestra RITMO, performing Friday, brings together musicians from Lansing, Grand Rapids and Flint. The group has played with national acts such as Oscar D’Leon, Los Lobos and The Bangles. w With his precise and emotive “tap” technique, in which he plays two guitars at once, Stanley Jordan made waves in modern instrumental jazz with his Grammy-nominated debut, 1985’s “Magic Touch.” His new album, “State of Nature,” brings innovative jazz songs with the goal “to aurally illustrate profoundly unifying truths about man’s relationship to nature and humankind.” Jordan plays the fest Saturday. w Too Smooth for Notes closes on Saturday. The group backed contemporary R&B singer Lalah Hathaway when she played Lansing’s The Loft, in

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What: Lansing JazzFest, in its 16th year When: 4 p.m.-midnight Friday; 1 p.m.-midnight Saturday Where: It centers around Turner Street at Grand River Avenue in Old Town How much? It’s free, with a $5 cover charge for the beverage tent (ages 21 and older), starting at 6 p.m. Friday. Chairs: Some are set up, but it’s a good idea to bring your own, in case they fill up. Parking: Free, but limited. Free continuous shuttles are available from the LCC lot. Handicapped-designated parking will be available on the south side of East Grand River Avenue near Turner Street. There is limited metered parking along Grand River Avenue, free from 6 p.m. through the weekend. Free unmetered parking is available on streets surrounding the festival area. Full details on accessibility can be found on the website. Riverboat: Patrons may park in the Lansing City Market’s parking lot, with a $1 riverboat ride to the festival. Bicycle corral: On-site at JazzFest, right off the river trail. Patrons may “check” their bikes in for free, and it will be a monitored area.

» 5:30–7 p.m. Orquesta RITMO Salsa Dance Party North Stage » 7–8 p.m. Saxophone Workshop with Andrew Bishop MICA Stage » 7–8:30 p.m. Neil Gordon Trio South Stage » 8:15–9:30 p.m. The Michigan Trombone Project MICA Stage » 8:45–10:30 p.m. Derrick Gardner and the Jazz Prophets North Stage

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» 3–4 p.m. Trumpet Showcase MICA Stage » 3–4:30 p.m. Easy Street Jazz Band North Stage » 4:30- 6 p.m. Ron Newman Trio featuring Joe Baione South Stage » 6–7 p.m. Jazz Guitar Clinic MICA Stage » 6–7:30 p.m. Sailors/ Delancey Jazz Orchestra North Stage » 7–8 p.m. Rhythm Section Workshop MICA Stage » 7:30–9 p.m. Etienne Charles & Folklore South Stage » 8–9 p.m. Singer/Songwriter Workshop MICA Stage » 9–10:30 p.m. Stanley Jordan North Stage » 10:30 p.m.–midnight Too Smooth For Notes South Stage Stanley Jordan

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GoingGreen JazzFest proudly continues its greening efforts under the direction of the Sweaty Mouse Old Town Green Team, led by Erin Slayter. Schupan recycling bins will facilitate waste management. The Board of Water and Light has also donated the use of two watering stations for all guests to refill their water bottles for free. The festival has taken other measures to reduce waste production, such as a reduction in printing and repurposing of materials.

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April, to a sold-out crowd. The band started in 1993, when founder and lead saxophone player Phil Denny put together Too Smooth for Notes for a talent show at Lansing Everett High School. w New this year is the “Kidz Beat” music tent, with Marshall Music’s Instrument Petting Zoo. Kids will play music makers and design their own using repurposed items, plus take home a free, small instrument (kazoos, recorders, wood flutes). They’ll also enjoy “musical exploration time” — singing, dancing and more — with parents and instructors. “It’s a way to incorporate children in the educational process and get them interested in fine art and jazz,” English says. With big headliners and (fingerscrossed) good weather, organizers hope the festival draws 15,000 people this year. Last year brought 13,000. “As we add more things and try to make it more accessible to the community, it grows, because it’s a free event,” English says. It’s inevitable JazzFest will attract firsttimers to Old Town. “I’m from the city of Flint, and my first experience in Old Town was at a jazz festival. I didn’t know Old Town at all until going to that festival,” English says. “I think the biggest thing is that we reach out ... statewide ... and try to promote JazzFest and get people to come to Old Town, because it’s a huge center for arts,” she adds. “It’s great to bring people into the community. It has a lot going on with a wide variety of art galleries, venues, shops and Michigan businesses that are working hard to thrive.” This weekend, expect that cozy Old Town feeling. “I’m looking forward to having a great time with a great bunch of musicians and seeing the smiles on peoples’ faces and their heads nodding and feet tapping,” says Ewing, who plays Friday. “I love to see people come together to enjoy one thing and have a great time within a great community,” English says. “It’s something that brings me here every year.”

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COMEDY John Pinette, Meadow Brook Music Festival, 3554 East Walton Blvd., Rochester Hills, (248) 377-0100, www.palacenet.com, 8 p.m. Aug. 7. Cost: $29.50 pavilion, $19.50 lawn. File photo

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Before the Old Town JazzFest kicks off on Saturday, join a huddle of volunteers at Perspective 2. As part of ePIFanyNow.org’s latest “Pass it Forward” event, volunteers will meet at 11 a.m. to come up with ideas for impromptu acts of kindness they can spring on neighbors in need. Next they’ll break into teams, do their good deed, and return to swap stories by 1 p.m. “The idea is to come together and create an energy of excitement; enthusiasm that creates continuous momentum,” founder Bob Hoffman said. “This isn’t a fundraiser, or religious or political in nature. It’s just likeminded people helping others for the sake of helping.” At a previous “Pass it Forward” event, participants cleaned an elderly neighbor’s home, gave out oranges at a bus station, bought a stranger’s groceries and collected clothes for a homeless shelter. There is no cost unless participants want to spend money to help others. Participants will be provided a free ticket to the JazzFest’s beverage tent (read more about the JazzFest on page 8). • ePIFanyNow.org’s Pass It Forward event • 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 7 • Perspective 2 Gallery, 319 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing • For more information, go to www.epifanynow.org

FESTIVALS Bath Days Festival & International Bath Tub Races, Bath Charter Township, see Friday, Aug. 6. Ingham County Fair, Ingham County Fairgrounds, see Thursday, Aug. 5. Island Art Fair, Island Park, Grand Ledge, 627-9843, www.ledgecraftlane.com, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 7 " The 37th annual art fair, sponsored by Ledge Craft Lane, features 128 artists and crafters, food for purchase, music and more. Held rain or shine. " Lansing Jazzfest, Old Town, see Friday, Aug. 6.

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FUNDRAISERS CADSA Scavenger Hunt, Buddies Pub & Grill, 3048 E. Lake Lansing Road, East Lansing, 881-5897, www.lansingdown syndrome.org, 10 a.m. Aug. 7 " The Capital Area Down Syndrome Association presents its first annual scavenger hunt. Arrive at Buddies at 10 a.m.; hunt starts at 11 a.m. Follow the directions closely in your packet to be the first team back to Buddies. Free pizza, pop, and prizes. First place prize is two hours on a VIP luxury motor coach from Dean Trailways of Michigan for two. Register at www.firstgiving. com or by mail, payable to CADSA, PO Box 25112, Lansing, 48909. Cost: $20 per person in advance, $25 at the door, free for kids 12 and younger and all persons with Down syndrome. No Bark Auction, Downtown Williamston, see Friday, Aug. 6. Susan G. Komen MidMichigan Ride for the Cure, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, 886-4901, www.komen midmichigan.org, Aug. 7 " Cycling event includes 27-, 57- and 97-mile loops. Riders must raise a $500 minimum (in addition to registration fee) to participate. See website for details. Cost: $100 per person. Walk to Cure Diabetes, Michigan State University, East Lansing, (248) 355-1133, www.jdrf.org, Aug. 7 " A 1.5or 3-milk walk through the MSU campus. Registration begins at

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LITERARY Girls’ Night Out Presents Kelley Armstrong, Schuler Books & Music, 2820 Towne Center Blvd., Eastwood Towne Center, Lansing, 316-7495, www.schulerbooks.com, 2 p.m. Aug. 7 " Meet the New York Times bestselling author of the “Women of the Otherworld” series and stick around for a grab bag giveaway of books.

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Sharrie Williams, Green Door Blues Bar & Grill, 2005 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 482-6376, www.greendoorlive.com, 9:30 p.m. Aug. 7. Cost: cover. Stan Budzynski and 3rd Degree, Barn Tavern, 207 S. Bridge St., Grand Ledge, 622-8686, 9 p.m. Aug. 7. ROCK

CrossTowne Traffic, Center Stage, see Friday, Aug. 6. Project GP, Classic Pub & Grill, 16219 S US Highway 27, Lansing, 484-4808, 9:30 p.m. Aug. 7. " Fuzzapalooza, Mac’s Bar, 2700 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 6 p.m. Aug. 7 " A stoner rock festival bringing great bands from the Midwest and put them all in one place to bring the house down.

Bill Young, Courthouse Pub, 160 W. Maple St., Mason, 676-6941, 9:30 p.m. Aug. 7. " Cash O’Riley, Unicorn Tavern, see Friday, Aug. 6. Grand Ledge Farmers Market Music in the Park, Maypole Park, 215 S. Bridge St., Grand Ledge, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Aug. 7 " Featuring the SOULvation Band. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets. " Mickeal Craig, Harrison Roadhouse, 720 Michigan Ave, East Lansing, 337-0200, 7-10 p.m. Aug. 5 and 7. Music by AJ, Darb’s Tavern & Eatery, 117 S. Cedar St., Mason, 676-5042, 9:30 p.m. Aug. 7. " Padraic Smith on piano, English Inn, see Thursday, Aug. 5. Pete Trappen, La Senorita, 2706 Lake Lansing Road, Lansing, 485-0166, 7-10 p.m. Aug. 7. " Smooth Daddy, Moriarty’s Pub, see Friday, Aug. 6. Tony Fata, Champion Sports Bar & Grill, 2440 Cedar St., Holt, 694-7660, 8-11 p.m. Aug. 7. Weeping Willow Jamboree, Steve and Mike Beach’s, 7799 Hartel Road, Dimondale, 372-1565, 7-10 p.m. first Saturday of the month " All musicians and singers welcome. Refreshments, 50/50 drawing. Cost: $2 suggested donation.

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As I write this, my ire for our beloved Tigers has subsided momentarily due to a rebound win over the White Sox. But seriously: everything about Detroit baseball since the All-Star break has made my stomach turn. The pitching has been downright abysmal. Our defensive juggernauts are all laid up, forcing us to start rookies who look greener than some Grand Ledge guys I’ve witnessed at Municipal Park in the spring. By my count, we’ve gone 5-15 since the break, dropping us all but out of the AL Central pennant race. Granted, it’s only August — but we’ve got serious work to do if we’re going to scrounge up a playoff spot in October.

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With “Jackass 3D” only 73 (!) days away, now is prime time to revisit the less popular but equally (I saw even more) hilarious exploits of everyone’s favorite wild dudes, Chris Pontius and Steve-O. “Wildboyz” is “Jackass” meets “Crocodile Hunter,” as our two intrepid, ready-toparty hosts travel the globe, mingling with wild animals on both land and sea, and being exposed (and exposing themselves) to the cultures of dozens of different nations. While the show’s M.O., like “Jackass,” is to make the stars look ridiculous (and probably suffer), the animals are revered, and within the gross-out hijinks lies some real educational value. Various “Jackass” alum (including Johnny Knoxville) make appearances throughout the series, but this is Pontius and Steve-O’s show, and their off-kilter chemistry is magnetic. If you never “got” “Jackass,” you won’t find much to enjoy here, but if equal parts lewd humor and Animal Planet tours sound appealing, you need to get totally rad with the “Wildboyz.”

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There are two things I want to highlight prior to this weekend ... and I scored a bit of help with one of them. NOISE reporter Tricia Bobeda caught wind of a little event called the Sixth Annual Monkeyball World Championships (10 a.m. Saturday in Dimondale). This event draws leisure sport enthusiasts from all over the country (ahem, WORLD) to test their skills on a grand scale: over 100 players compete for the golden monkeyballs. It’s near and dear to my heart, and I’m so thrilled that someone with actual journalism experience decided to cover it. Confused? Check out Tricia’s story on page 17. Secondly, if you’re not busy on Sunday evening, feel free to join me for what promises to be both an enlightening and intimidating experience: GUTS Frisbee. At 4 p.m. at Grand Woods Park (off North Willow Highway), the reigning World Champion GUTS squad known as the Boomtown Saints will be holding practice, which sounds more like a full-on scrimmage. From the little I know about GUTS, it involves two teams, standing about 45 feet apart, whipping flying discs at each other at upwards of 60 mph. Add those numbers together and what you end up with is a sports columnist shaking in her Pumas. I’ll be there, gloves on, ready to dive into something new. It should be quite a spectacle, if you’re into that sort of thing.

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Cut the eggplants into 1-inch chunks. Place in a large plastic bag, add ¼ cup cornstarch and shake to coat evenly. Heat peanut and sesame oils in a wok over medium-high heat. Coat entire interior of pan. Stir-fry eggplant 3 to 4 minutes, until nicely seared and tender. Transfer to a platter. Combine broth, soy sauce, vinegar and sugar. Mix the 1 tablespoon cornstarch with 2 tablespoons water, add to liquid, mix and set aside. Add spices and bean paste to the wok, still over medium-high heat. Stir-fry 1 minute. Add the broth mixture and cook 1 minute. Return eggplant to the wok and toss until most of the sauce is absorbed.

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Center stage

IF YOU GO

Community dance project highlights choreography

• Community Dance Project 2010 • 8 p.m. Thursday at Dart Auditorium • 8 p.m. Friday at (SCENE) Metrospace, East Lansing • 2 p.m. Saturday at JazzFest, Old Town • Performances at all locations are free. • www.happendance.org

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Choreographers are not like artists who create alone in small rooms. Choreographers need space and bodies with which to work. In Lansing, that need is being met through the Community Dance Project. The project started some years ago as a choreographers showcase in a Happendance studio. Matt Bebermeyer, a longtime member of the Happendance company, began bringing interested choreographers in the community together with company members and advanced students to create dances. Later, the works were David Grist photo

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shown in the studio to a small audience. Then, in the summer of 2006, Happendance teamed up with Lansing Community College to bring the showcase into the community, renaming it the Community Dance Project. This year’s project, directed by Missy Lilje of Happendance, includes performances in LCC’s Dart Auditorium, at (SCENE) Metrospace gallery in East Lansing, and at Old Town’s Jazz Fest. At each program, choreographers talk about their work; audience feedback will be invited. All shows are free. Sixteen dances will be shown at this year’s project

— enough for two separate programs. Professional choreographers, from Happendance and elsewhere, and emerging choreographers, are represented on both programs. Larger group works can be seen Thursday at Dart, and again Saturday at Jazz Fest. “This is the first year we’ve had a lot of work from professionals,” said Lilje. “Bill DeYoung (professor of dance at University of Michigan) was here teaching some master classes at the studio, and offered to give us a dance to perform for the project. There’s a big need among choreographers for places to show works.”


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The grilled salmon shrimp club ($11) is an open-faced sandwich on Texas toast, with lettuce, tomatoes, salmon and pancetta, topped with shrimp. Esther Gim | NOISE

RiverHouse a treat for tastebuds Esther Gim | NOISE

The term “homey” takes on a literal meaning at the RiverHouse Inn, a beautiful brick building that was a private residence for decades before it was turned into a restaurant. Inside, the layout of the house has remained the

same, with rooms serving as dining areas and outdoor dining in the “backyard.” It was a beautiful day, and no one was eating indoors anyway, so Melissa and I took our cue from those already dining outside.

trees lining the Red Cedar River. It’s a place you could sit outside for hours, especially because the cushioned chairs are so comfortable. There’s even a little gazebo.

THE SCENE

The lunch menu consists of appetizers that are heavy

The patio overlooks lush

THE FOOD

on seafood (oysters, shrimp, calamari and scallops), salads, sandwiches and entree items. There’s also a dinner menu that’s along the lines of fine dining, and a small weekend brunch menu. I had the grilled salmon shrimp club ($11), with a side of fries. I don’t think I’ve

ever described a sandwich as “pretty” but that’s what it was. It’s served open-faced on Texas toast, piled with lettuce, tomatoes, salmon, pancetta (also known as Italian bacon), topped with two pieces of shrimp. The sandwich came with a side of ginger-lemon mayo that I put off to the side, and ended up forgetting about it. But that didn’t matter because the sandwich didn’t need anything extra. It was juicy enough from the shrimp marinade and the salmon. The salmon was perfectly

grilled, and I was surprised at how big the piece was. The fries were lightly salted and very good. Melissa ordered the chicken Caesar wrap ($8) — grilled chicken, Parmesan, lettuce, red onion and tomatoes tossed with homemade Caesar dressing all in a tomato tortilla, with a side of house-made chips. The wrap was packed with chicken, and the addition of red onion and the dressing made the wrap one of the best Melissa has had.

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NEXT TIME The RiverHouse Inn would be an ideal place to splurge for dinner, with items such as bacon-wrapped scallops ($11), butternut squash ravioli ($19) and strawberry shrimp ($22).

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I ran into an old friend the other day. It has probably been 15 years since I last had an Anchor Steam Beer. No reason for it — my memories of it are positive, but whenever I see it in a store, I always end up buying the Anchor Porter instead (also a fine beer). Surprisingly, what it most reminded me of was a German alt beer, with its strong malt backbone and prominent bitterness. Anchor may technically be a lager, not an ale, but the steam beer style calls for fermentation at higher temperatures than is normal for lagers. The biggest revelation was how much I enjoyed the bitterness, something I am not known for. The more hops that are used during the boiling of the liquid malt (called wort), the more bitterness is imparted. There is something about the Anchor process that produces a pleasant bitterness, even though it is present and prominent from start to finish. It isn’t as penetrating or harsh as many bitter beers, where the sensation clings in the mouth. Despite the pleasant malt background, the amber beer has a light body and is not sweet, and

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LOS TRES AMIGOS 1227 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing, (517) 853-5800 www.lostres amigosonline.com Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday Specials: $2.50 margaritas and $.99 16 oz. domestic drafts Sunday through Thursday Bottom line: Great food, full bar, cheap beer (did I mention chilled beer mugs?) and a fast and friendly staff make for a great starting off point for the night.

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was quite refreshing on an 85-degree day. Anchor is a forerunner of the modern microbrewery movement. The brewery was purchased by Fritz Maytag in 1965 and he began bottling Anchor Steam in 1971. Now in his 70s, he sold the company to the Griffin Group earlier this year and it has not affected the quality of the beer. Anchor’s reputation and longevity have made it readily available around the country. I don’t expect anyone in lesser-populated areas to try to make a living specializing in craft and import beers — there’s still too much of the “I only drink (insert mass-produced beer product here)” mentality. However, that shouldn’t stop any establishment from experimenting. There is no need to have a huge selection, as long as there are some quality choices. In that kind of situation, everyone wins.

Todd Haefer writes about beer for Gannett. Some of the beers have limited availability. Check brewers’ websites.

Can’t go wrong with $.99 drafts in a chilled mug After three late nights in a row, my buddy Justin and I decided to start early on Sunday. So at 3 p.m. we headed over to Los Tres Amigos to grab some food and libations on the patio. We’d been riding around in the Jeep for awhile, and while the weather was perfect for top-down riding, it was even more perfect for a leisurely round on the patio. We were greeted and seated quickly, homemade salsa and chips were whisked to the table and our server let us know about the drink specials. A $.99 beer (in a chilled glass!) and $2.50 margarita made it to the table in record time.

With a full bar, you can order your ’rita top shelf. And if you’re drinking with pals, they’ve got a $21 60-ounce pitcher of margarita. But I went with a regular 12-ouncer (my man card

would’ve been revoked if I ordered strawberry) on the rocks, and it went down fast — so fast, that I ended up with two One of Justin’s friends showed up soon after, and after catching up with her for a while, we perused the menu. Everything looked so delicious it took us some time to decide on what to eat. I was looking for something out of the ordinary, so I went with the Fajitas Pionero (Ham, bacon, beef, chicken and pineapple, $12.50). Justin grabbed a single beef fajita ($11.50). Audrey just stuck with water. After putting away those two margaritas, I switched to beer (in a chilled glass!),

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and soon after our food arrived. The fajitas — which were full of flavor, but not overly spicy — are HUGE! I ate two and it looked like I hardly touched the skillet. Justin felt the same way. We each got a box for our food that weighed somewhere north of two pounds . What used to be the Spartan Sports Den and the Varsity Club before that, the guys at Los Tres have done a great job remodeling the place. Colorful walls and seating make the place eye catching. After letting our dinners digest for a while, we rolled our bodies out the door and back into the Jeep — massive leftovers in hand.


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17th Annual Art in the Barn Show & Sale, Old Stone 08.08.10 Studio, see Thursday, Aug. 5. Tri-County Iris Society’s CONCERTS Annual Iris Rhizome Sale, C H R I S T I A N Meridian Farmers Market, 5151 C ONTEMPORARY Marsh Road, Okemos, 203-4050, Michael W. Smith, Amy 9 a.m.-noon Aug. 7. Grant, DTE Energy Music Theatre, 7774 Sashabaw Road, SINGLES Clarkston, (248) 377-0100, Social Breakfast, Jackie’s www.palacenet.com, 7:30 p.m. Diner, 3812 S. Martin Luther King Aug. 8 " Ticket sale date TBA. Cost: Jr. Blvd., Lansing, 484-3340, 9 a.m. $35, $25 pavilion, $19.50 lawn. Saturdays " With Lansing Nonsmoking Singles. FESTIVALS Jackson County Fair, Jackson Dog Days in Williamston, County Fairgrounds, 200 W. Downtown Williamston,see Friday, Ganson St., Jackson, 788-4405, Aug. 6. www.co.jackson.mi.us/Fair/ “Pass It Forward” at schedule.asp, Aug. 8-14 " This Perspective2, Perspective2, 157th annual fair features midway 319 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing, rides, games, food, activities and 853-5880, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Aug. 7 " entertainment, including an Touch the lives of others within evening with Styx on Aug. 11. your own community. In just a Gate admission and grandstand few hours, starting at 11 a.m., tickets may be purchased in Pass It Forward will help you advance at www.startickets.com, forget your own personal stress by calling (800) 585-3737 or at by helping others with random the fair box office. Gates open acts of kindness. Guests will come daily 8 a.m.-11 p.m. Cost: $5 gate together as a group and share admission, $2 for ages 6-12, free for their heartwarming stories at the kids 5 and younger, cost varies for end of the event. No registration track and grandstand seating. is required and more information can be found at www.perspective2 LITERARY studio.com/happenings/ or History of Michigan www.epifanynow.org. Wines, Dublin Square Irish Pub, 327 Abbot Road, East Lansing, THEATER 351-2420, 2 p.m. Aug. 8 " Sample All-of-us-Express Michigan wines while Sharon Children’s Theatre: Kegerreis and Lorri Hathaway “Peter Pan,” East Lansing discuss their new book, “The Hannah Community Center, see History of Michigan Wines: 150 Friday, Aug. 6. Years of Winemaking Along the “Annie,” Meadow Brook Theatre, Great Lakes.” Proceeds from the see Thursday, Aug. 5. sale of their books will benefit the library. " LIST CONTINUES Page 19

‘Packing for Mars’ BY M A RY R O A C H (W.W. NORTON & CO.)

I was lucky enough to attend Book Expo America in NYC in May, and even luckier to have been witness to a fantastic author breakfast hosted by Jon Stewart with speakers Condoleeza Rice, John Grisham and Mary Roach. You’re wondering: “Who the hell is Mary Roach?!” Fair question. Mary Roach is a top-class investigative journalist who has devoted her unerringly hilarious books to the study of bizarre sciences, from cadaver science (2003’s “Stiff”) to paranormal science (2005’s “Spook”) to the science of sex (2008’s “Bonk”). Her newest book is an fascinatingly humorous look at the strange world of space travel. Think about it: how does a toilet work when there’s no gravity? Or, as she delicately put it, “Does dandruff in space make you look like a snow globe?” I guarantee you’ll be completely absorbed into this and even more mind-boggling topics of concern for astronauts and the people who work to make them safe, even from skin floaties.

If you’re looking for a fun and easy project that helps the environment, try The Great Sunflower Project (www.greatsunflower.org). The project requires participants to sign up on the website and plant annual Lemon Queen sunflowers (Helianthus annuus). Then users go online to describe their garden and give their specific location. After the garden has grown, participants watch their sunflower for 15 minutes a day, twice a month and enter specific data on a data sheet provided by the website. The project is looking to see how many bees come in contact with a sunflower in a given amount of time.

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PERFORMANCES Community Dance Project, Lansing Jazzfest, Old Town, 333-3528, www.happen dance.org, 2 p.m. Aug. 7 " The Community Dance Project, sponsored by Happendance, presents an hourlong concert of modern dance at Jazz Fest in Old Town. Dances by both seasoned and novice choreographers will be offered, featuring 40 community dancers. "

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“Five Course Love,” Williamston Theatre, see Thursday, Aug. 5. One Act Plays: “Once Upon a Shoe” and “Drive-In,” Mid-Michigan Family Theatre, see Friday, Aug. 6. “Othello,” Adado Riverfront Park, Our pop culture experts tell us what’s on their radar see Thursday, Aug. 5. “Romeo and Juliet,” Jackson B O O KS Community College, 2111 Emmons Road, Jackson, 998-3673, www. michiganshakespearefestival.com, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 7 and 3 p.m. Aug. 8 " Part of the Michigan Shakespeare Festival. Cost: prices range from $15-$35, with discounts available. “Sleeping Beauty,” Riverwalk Theatre, see Thursday, Aug. 5. “The Comedy of Errors,” Jackson Community College, see Friday, Aug. 6.

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Graffiti as art

Before the Deluxe Inn is demolished, graffiti artists were given the green light to decorate the former motel. Check it out in REO Town.

Graffiti artists and folks checking out the project’s progress are seen at the Deluxe Inn, 112 E. Main St. in REO Town, Lansing. Photos by Greg DeRuiter and Robert Killips

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More than 100 people from around the state will gather to compete in the sixth annual Monkeyball World Championship tournament on Aug. 7. Tournament organizer and avid monkeyball player Andy Frushour said anyone with some “competitive fire” in them will love it. “What starts as a social event with a little competition on the side, the longer the day goes, the more competitive it gets,” he said. “As we whittle the field down to 16, eight, four and two, it gets pretty competitive.”

The participants range in age from 8 to about 60. Monkeyball is a version of ladder golf, a popular game at campsites and tailgates. Players toss golf balls connected with rope and try to land them on the rungs of a makeshift ladder, each rung worth a different amount of points. The tournament is held at Old Orchard in Dimondale, 3426 N. Michigan Road. Players can sign up for the tournament online or register on site the day of the event. The cost is $10 per player, and the tournament guarantees at least two games per person. “I think it’s all about people,”

To learn more about how to play, go to www.playmonkeyball.com

Frushour said. “We try to amp up the level a little bit by making it a big tournament, and having a PA system and shirts and a website, (but) it’s all about having the set, some lawn chairs and some good people.” Keith Hagen of East Lansing competed last year as a rookie and won fourth place out of more than 100 players. He said he is hoping to do well again, and knows it’s in part a mental game so he needs to stay focused. “I’m just going to try to simulate what I did last year,” Hagen said. “(I’ll take it) one game at a time, try not to out-think it too much.” He’s recruited several of his classmates at Cooley Law School to learn

the game so he has people to practice with throughout the year. Hagen will need practice and focus if he wants to land among the top four again, Frushour said. The top 20 contenders in the tournament are very good, and the top four are “extremely good.” Frushour is a top ranked player, but he’s never won the World Championships. “The computers do have me ranked number one right now,” he said. “(I have) won a lot of tournaments but never won this big one that I organize.” Frushour plays weekly to keep his skills sharp. He’s ready for the main event this weekend. “I’d like this to be the year I take the golden monkeyballs,” Frushour said.

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THE LISTy MUSIC Blues jam with Bad Gravy, Green Door Blues Bar & Grill, 2005 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 482-6376, www.greendoor live.com, 9:30 p.m. Aug. 8. "

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17th Annual Art in the Barn Show & Sale, Old Stone THEATER Studio, see Thursday, Aug. 5. “Driving Miss Daisy,” Jackson Community College, 2111 SPECIAL EVENTS Emmons Road, Jackson, 787-0800, Local History Inside/ 3 p.m. Aug. 8. Big Birds Outside, John “Five Course Love,” C. Blanchard House, 251 E. Main Williamston Theatre, see Thursday, St., Ionia, www.ioniahistory.org/ Aug. 5. blanchard-house.html, 1 p.m. Aug. 8 " Featuring an eagle, a falcon,

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One Act Plays: “Once Upon a Shoe” and “Drive-In,” Mid-Michigan Family Theatre, see Friday, Aug. 6. “Othello,” Adado Riverfront Park, see Thursday, Aug. 5. “Romeo and Juliet,” Jackson Community College, see Saturday, Aug. 7.

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FESTIVALS Jackson County Fair, Jackson County Fairgrounds, see Sunday, Aug. 8.

Screening of “White Light, Black Rain,” Capital Area District Library, 401 S. Capitol Ave., MUSIC Lansing, 515-5634, JAZ Z www.peaceedcenter.org, Dick Ott on the vibes, 6:45-8:45 p.m. Aug. 9 " On Corey’s Lounge, 1511 S. Cedar St., Nagasaki Peace Day and the Lansing, 482-3132, anniversary of the the U.S. dropping www.coreyslounge.com, 5 p.m. an atomic bomb on that city, the Tuesdays and Thursdays. " Peace Education Center will screen 08.09.10 the movie about the bombing. " O P E N M I K E Pickin’ in the Park, Burchard AUDITIONS MUSIC Park, Turner Street and Grand Auditions for “The Trial of B L U E G R A S S River, Lansing, 485-4283, 6-9 p.m. Tom Sawyer,” Mid Michigan Steppin’ In It, Green Door Blues Aug. 10 " Jam session held every Family Theatre, 440 Frandor Ave., Bar & Grill, 2005 E. Michigan Ave., Tuesday through October. Lansing, 339-2145, www.mmft.net, Lansing, 482-6376, Performers will be at Burchard 6:30-8 p.m. Aug. 9-10 " Production www.greendoorlive.com, 9:30 p.m. Park. " dates are Sept. 24 through Oct. Aug. 9. Cost: cover. VAR I ETY 3. Call or e-mail midmichfamily Charlie and the Tune-as, theatre@gmail.com or visit the VFW Post 701, 123 N. Rosemary website for more information. St., Lansing, 485-1656, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 10. " AUTO EVENTS Monday classic car shows, Mighty Medicine, Reno’s East, 08.10.10 Tim Hortons, 2350 Cedar St., 1310 Abbot Road, East Lansing, Holt, 694-0129, 6-9 p.m. Mondays 6-10 p.m. Aug. 10. " AUDITIONS through Sept. 27 " With Craig Auditions for “The Trial of Suburban Euphoria, Green Parrish, “Dr. Oldies.” " Tom Sawyer,” Mid Michigan Door Blues Bar & Grill, 2005 E. Family Theatre, see Monday, Aug. 9. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 482-6376, FESTIVALS www.greendoorlive.com, 9:30 p.m. Jackson County Fair, Jackson CONCERTS Aug. 10. " County Fairgrounds, see Sunday, ROCK Aug. 8. Summer Music Series Barenaked Ladies, Kris Living Soul, Eastwood Towne Allen, Angel Taylor, DTE FILM Center, 3003 Preyde Blvd, Lansing, Energy Music Theatre, 7774 316-9209, www.shopeastwood Monday Movie Matinees, Sashabaw Road, Clarkston, (248) townecenter.com, 6-8 p.m. Aug. 10 East Lansing Public Library, 950 377-0100, www.palacenet.com, " The 8th Annual Summer Music Abbot Road, East Lansing, 351-2420, 1 p.m. Aug. 9 and 23

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BOSTON TERRIER PUPS EXCELLENT Q uality, $325. RAT TERRIER.S sweet & loveable, $200. 517-375-4375.

BLACK FEMALE, S HORT tailed , cat missing since July-05-10 at C entral Park Apts., Okemos. (859)7798856. Reward upon return.

BOUVIER BRINDLE, 2 Years, AKC Registered, C hampion lines, Good with childr en, loveable, record s, shots, show quality, vet checked, wormed, Loveable, $700. (517)455-7006 JACK RUSELLBLIND FE MALE. S mall, white, black TERRIER PUPPIES & tan markings, cataracts. CAIRN AKC, raised in home, up to Lost 7/11/10 near corner d ate on shots & worming, of Willow & Nixon Rd, $300-$400. 734-678-5794 Grand Ledge, MI. Loose collar with vet’s phone on tag. Frantic. Call C huck. CAT SPAYED, DECLAWED, (517)281-4011 (517)627- Longhaired, gray, lap sit9166 wallacem@msu.edu ter. Call 517-647-6073.

WHIRLPOOL SIDE BY sid e refr ig. Magic C hef glass ’07 GOOSENECK FLATBED cooktop stove. $400/best TRAILER 40’, 21,000 GVW, U -haul. 517-394-5018 like new cond. $7500/best LOST CAT SHORTHAIRED offer . Call 586-615-3665. grey tiger, Neutered male, weighs about 14 lbs. Grand Ledge/ Wacousta area. Please call with any info. He is dea rly missed! (517)282-6943 A BED QUEN PILLOWTOP mattress set, new in plastic, $200. Call 517-410-4921. Can deliv er.

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WANTED: UNWANTED appliances, air condit ioners, cars, trucks, vans, f arm machinery, lawn mowers, campers, hot water tanks, aluminum or steel boats, aluminum windows or doors, aluminum toppers, any types of aluminum or steel siding, 4 wheelers, go carts, trailers, batteries. All picked up for Free. Call 517-628-2818

A ANTIQUE BUYER paying cash for guns, jew lery, f urniture, art & unusual & bizarre items. 517-819-8700

CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES 2 males, 1 fema le. SENEGALESE PARROT $200 each. GRAY/ green, Reward! 517-203-6258 Lost in Dimonda le E states Please call (517)202-5390 C IHUAHUA PUPS, REG., 10 with infor mation (517)887- H wks., blues & chocs., 6663 mjhlgh@aol.c om males. S hots, vet checked. $250.517-548-1505

CASH FOR GUNS , Art, Antiques, Jewelry, musical inC MPUTER ARMOIRE qualiSWET CORN $10 bushel or O struments, Valuables. Call ty, S olid oak. Easy reach $2.50 doz en. Blueberries, 517-204-2004/517-663-3931 controls. 62"x41"x21". peaches, tomatoes, pepA B Y / MANX KITTENS 2 $500/fir m. 517-851-7235 pers. All read y picked only. mos. 2 males, f ull tails, CASH PAID for diabe tic Felzke Farms, 5501 W. $300/ea. 2 FULL BLOODED test S trips. Most types up SIZE BED & MATHerbison, DeWitt. Call 517- FULL ABYSSINIAN Females , (1) to $12 per box. Call 517TRE S S , chest of d rawers, 2 669-9459. blue, 11 mos., $300. (2) 669-1197. reg. size pillows, floor Ruddy , spayed, 1.5 yrs. , heater, 2 wicker patio $350. Both dec lawed. ALL chairs, two 3-way lamps, GENERAL MOTORS VOUCH litter trained. Rare, affec Lawnboy self-pr opelled E R WANTED. If you would tionate, very loving. 734mower. Call 517-627-4844. like to sell your GM vouch587-3033 or 989-488-9895 er, call John 616-889-2056 AKC AUSTRALIAN SHEP HE RDS All shots & BIRD BLUEBERRY FARM wormed, good homes only. in Haslett. 339-2934. Leave msg. 989-584-6031 FURNITURE SOLID OAK d ining room table with 6 BLUEBERRIES - U -PICK chairs and matching light3408 W. C overt Rd. ed china cabinet. Twin bed 517-589-8695, closed S unset with new comforte r 24X30 GARAGE KIT d ays. everything incl, white sid and pillows. White child ing, black roof. $3500 or ren’s des k with large white trade. Call 517-851-2010 mirror. Indoor dec orative trees, one with light Lane and Drexel coffee tables 32’X50’ HIP ROOF B A R N and end tables. Walking FRE E , you move. 517-391health exercise machine. 0078. AKC MINI SCHNAUZERS etc. Sat . 7/31, 9-2. 1712 Blk & S lv, 6 wks old. S hots Wiillowbrook Dr Lansing & vet checked. E xperiwood, alum. & MIXED GRASSE/ ALFALFA 48917 North on C retys Rd NEW & USED enced breeder . still availavinyl windows & doors, pa1st cutting, regular square East on W. Willow Hwy 3rd ble are (2) Females $550 & tio doors, alum. storm winsize, $3.00 per bale. 517street to (1) Male $500. 517-688dows. 517-204-4949 625-3230. right.j avincalla@aol.com 5474 or 517-812-9498. (517)321-2000 (517)881dha rris09@hotmail.com 6383

SOLID OAK BUNK/ LOFT bed with 2 d rawer des k has lamp built in, 3 shelves, d resser with 7 d rawers. Includes upgraded young american mattress. Over JOHN DEERE 2002 Mod el $1,300 new $375.00 160LT, w/new 42’’ side id s (517)655-6490 charge mower dec k in 2006, $1100. 517-285-5852. SOLID OAK ENT. C e nt e r (med. in color). CD racks, ZERO TURN 50’’ X-MARK 58"x55", incl. 25"RCA TV. RIDER 2008, under 200 hrs., $350. 517-694-9267 like new, $6000. AirFlow 3 yrd. V Box Sal ter, stainless PINE ENTERsteel, exc. cond. , no rust, SOLID TAINMENT CENTER ac$3000. Lawn edger Like commoda tes 32’’ TV, $200, new $125. 517-490-8671. new $1200. C ountry Loveseat, very nice, $190, new $700. 20’’ TV, $25, works good. 989-224-1681.

MIS CAMPING PASS f or sale, August race weekend, Graves Farm campground. S ite includes electric, shower/restroom building, water, play area, tram service to track. $300 or best. (517) 622-4116.

CHIHUAHUA CROS-SE Malte-poo etc. $250-$450. www.puppy-place.net 517-404-1028

CHIWEENIE PUPPIES 6 wks, wormed, shots, tiny, $100. 616-902-0859

COCKAPOO PUPPIES 8 WKS OLD shots, wormed, non shedding, males $200, females $300. 989-620-4278 COCKER PUPS AKC wormed, shots, variety of colors, parents on site, $350. 517-745-5689. COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES! Good colors. 989-426-3866 or 989-246-0658 Karen.

GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS POMERANIAN PUPPIES BAY MARE, NOT trained . 1st shots, AKC, parents on 8 wks old, 3 chocolate, 1 Brida l & saddle incl. $600. site, $350. Call 810-397black, 2 males, 2 fema les, 989-277-6494 9060. raised in home, very sweet. Born May 27. Asking $600. AKC registration GOLDEN DOODLE PUPPIES avail. Call 517-231-1201 Females $550; males $500. Vet checked, shots, wormed. 989-763-7202. PUG BEAUTIFUL BLACK Female, AKC/ ACA, 1st GOLDEN DOODLE PUPPIES shots,Dewclaws Home raised w/kids , writ$450.00/BO 989-224-6848 ten health guarantee. Jackson. 517-784-5225 SHELTIE PUPS AKC Sale or trade. Born 3/30/10. PaGOLDENDOODLE PUPPY rents under 25 lbs. 810Home raised. 1 blonde col449-2729 or 517-993-7639. ored male left , 8 wks., Vet chkd., $400. 517-580-4289. SHIH- TZU PUPPY BLACK & white CK.C Vet checked, LOST ANNIVERSARY RING GOLDEN DOODLE PUPS shots to d ate. 16 wk. old, Fri. evening July 23 at a CKC reg., Vet chkd, shots, absolutely ador able, good restaurant in Grand Ledge. wormed, $650. 231-859natured, small fema le. My ring was fou nd by an 4154 or 517-575-7369. C rate trained. $500 inindiv idu al who left their cludes : 3’x5.5’ playpen, phone number with the potty tray w/pad s, carrier, restaurant, but the phone dis hes, toys/treats/food. number was accident ally Grooming supplies. thrown away, if you are 517-507-1713. that person, please call me at 517-290-7283. REWARD. SHIH TZU YORKIE POOS with shots, shedless, flu f f y, 1 male, 4 fema les, kid f riendly . 517-676-6376.

GOLDEN RETREIVER PUPS AKC Avail. Aug. 7th. Dews, wormed, shots. Have parents. $400. 989-944-0030

DACHSHUND MINI PUPS S horthaired d apples & piebald. Read y to go. 517-546-0985. DACHSHUND PUPS AKC S hots, wormed. E xtra small mini’s. Red, black & tan. $400. 517-663-3386

AKC ROTTWEILER PUPPIES PINSCHER have both parents, shots & DOBERMAN PUP,S Read y Aug. 11. 7 wormed, $550. Call 517males, 1 fema le. (2) red & 764-6160 rust, (3) blue & rust, (3) black & rust. $350, AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS $100/dep. 616-527-2835 (TOY) Read y to go 8/16, Beautifu l coat and markings, pure bred, parents on DOBERMAN PUPS AKC - 1 site,vet checked, They black/tan fema le. E xc. MALTESE $500 make great f amily dogs . temp. Tails, dews, vet @. MORKIES & Reach about 15lbs as an $450. 269-317-1778. Malte-Poos ad ult. $300. (269)274-8790. $300+ Toys jena .vander meer@sbcglobal.net NoS hed 989.225.1367 ENGLISH BULLDOG PUP PIES AKC, champion BEAGLE PUPS 3 litters, 5, 6 bloodline, stunning males MINIATURE PINSCHER & 7 wks old, pure, 1st & fema les. 810-732-7069 BLACK/ RUST, vet shots & wormed, $175 m, checked, $275.00. $200 f. Call 989-560-6143. ENGLISH SPRINGER SPAN (517)862-0373 IEL PUPPIES AKC DOB 4/28/2010. 2 liver/white BLACK GERMAN SHEP MINIATURE PINSCHER males, Vet checked, shots, HERDS 2 males & 3 fePUPS beautifu l markings $300. males, $200. Call 517-8195 colors, $300 & up. Cas h 989-433-5376/989-621-9937 9384. only. 989-584-3059.

ONE SET OF 4 Kumho tires 215x4517, 4 limited 17’’ rims, chrome, $600. Ph. .517-719-0466 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUP BOSTON TERRIER PUPPIES PIES AKC, German blood AKC reg., Vet chkd., fe325 TREE TOPS for sale. Call line, good temperament, males $450, males $400. 269-758-3188 or 269-223shots & wormed, $600. Call 989-268-5830. 9387. 269-660-1180. LIFT CHAIR- LEATHER, LIKE BULL DOG ENGLISH PU Pnew, asking $630; paid, AKC, Beautif ul PIES. Reg. S hots, wormed, LAB PUPS $822, purchased in 2008. chocoates. $400, taking health guaranteed. $1500. Call: 517-321-0055 depos its. 989-277-6494. 989-252-6970.

TOY POODLES & POODLE CROS,SE Peke-A-Poos, Hav-A-Poos, C hia-Poos. $200-$600 www.puppy-place.net 517-404-3045

LAB PUPS AKC, YELLOW/ SILVER FAC TOR. PUPPIES 6 Whelped on 5/11. 1st WIENERPOO wks, wormed, shots, black, shots, wormed. $500 w/ltd. 10lbs at ad ulthood, non registration. 989-620-4098. shed, $100. 616-902-0859 LABRADANE PUPS Great Dane-Labrador Retriever YORKIE PUP AKC Female. . UTD on shots. This little mix, read y to go Aug. 5th, beauty will be small. $950. $300. Call 517-694-7329. 517-371-9058 LABRADOODLE PUPPIES & TEACUP-S Females $450; males $400. YORKIE PUPS Taking depos its. 1st shots, C ontact C olleen at 989health cert. $700-$900 763-7202 517-764-0932/727-534-3368 LABRADOODLES F1B Top Q uality, $375. Wellness guar., S hots, 517-202-4119/517-202-4163

YORKIES $500 SHORKIES & Yorki-Poos $300+ Toys NoS hed 989.225.1367 YORKSHIRE PUPS AKC, 6 wks old, 2 fema les, $500 each. Call 517-663-2016 or 517-231-9595.

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PEEK- A-POO PUPPIES Fuzzy little tedy d bears, $300$350. 517-726-0368.

800-234-1719 3 HORSE ALUM. GOOSE NECK Living quarters, f ull bath, f urnace, rear tack, awning, stored inside, $12,500. 517-726-0504.

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AUTO SALES C hampion C hrysler Jeep Dodge, Lansing Michigan’s f astest growing dea lership is currently seeking salespeople in our New and U sed car depa rtments. We offer an extensive training program, 5 d ay workweeks, strong management support, health and dent al insurance, and a f un work environment. Our salespeople earn above average income, with the potential for very aggressive earnings. Our commission plan is one of the best in the area. If you need a career change, are tired of your current job , or are new to the workfor ce, call us toda y to set up an interview. Jay Matties or David Gabel 1-517-703-2300

SIAMESE & SIAMESE /rag GOLDEN RETREIVER PUPS doll kittens, 1st shots, AKC - Beautifu l, healthy. $100-$125. 989-615-4686 Read y to become a part of your f amily. $400. STANDARD POODLE PUP 810-266-4905/810-275-8022. PIES, 7 weeks, no shed, hypoallergenic, highly GOLDEN RETRIEVER 1/4 sought af ter apricot & red LAB 3/4 PU PS , lt & dk yelcolors, shots, vet checked, low, 7wks, 1st shots, wormed, training started, wormed $200 517-490-6260 $650&up. (517)651-5854 (517)282-4514 KITS/ CATS, RESCUED, ALL ages; many dec lawed; STANDARD POODLE PUPS www.trinityacresrescue. AKC -CKC reg., Vet chkd., petfinder .com; includes shots & wormed. $750-up. neuter/basic medical $45231-859-4154, 517-575-7369 $135. 517-410-0074 ST. BERNARD PUPPIES KITTEN 4 mo old, black Beautifu l AKC! Vet @, w/white toes, long hair, read y now. $500. shots & neutered, male, 989-875-4833 $20. 517-655-2257.

KITTENS - litter trained, 8 & 11 wks, torti and orange fema les, black & orange males. $10. 517-626-6071.

CORGI/ DASHUND PUPPY $250. ( 5 1 7 ) 9 8 3 - 3 5 0 4 tosaka@netzero.com

SHIH TZU/ YORKITE MIX PUPS 9 wks old, 1st shots & wormed, small flu fy & cute, $350. 989-427-3205.

LEGAL SECRETARY The Loomis Law Firm is looking for a legal secretary with some secretarial experience. Typical d uties include typing letters and legal doc uments, filing, schedu ling and billing. Must be computer literate and have excellent offic e skills. Minimum typing speed is 55 wpm. Sal ary is commensurate with experience. Fringe benefits include health insurance, pension and parking.


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TELEMARKETERS NEEDED Part time positions available. 5-9 p.m. No experience necessary, will train. Call 10 a.m. - noon, 517-332-1617.

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Ear n up to $100 this week Now Accepting New Plasma Donors BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE LABWhile saving lives. ORATORY T E C H N I C I A N Please bring proof of (Microbiology), USDA, addr ess, photo I.D., ARS, Avian Disease & OnAnd S ocial S ecurity card or cology Research U nit, E . Immigration card. Lansing, MI. Permanent Talecris Plasma f ull time position in a fed Resources, eral research laboratory 3222 S . M.L. King Blvd responsible for condu cting Lansing research on Marek’s Dis517-272-9044 ease Virus. Position requires knowledge of moHAIR STYLIST NEEDED lecular and microbiology Nogginz Hair S hop. laboratory techniques, labE mail resume to oratory instruments, and lisamfoytik@aol.c om or computer softwa re procall Cas ey at 517-324-0100 grams for d ata analysis OR grad uate edu cation dir ectHAIRSTYLISTS NEEDED ly related to the d uties of Full and part time. C lienthe position. Sal ary comCONSTRUCTION / tele a plus. Apply in person mensurate with experiLABORER between 4-7 P.M. Mon., ence ($34,907 - $55,844) Tues., Thurs. & Fri. at U .S . C itizenship required. B-Dry S ystems, Basement iSalon, 2331 S . S tate Rd., To request a copy of the Waterproofing S uite D, Ionia, MI. Ph. 616f ull vacancy announceis now taking applications. 522-9010. ment, ARS X10W 0216 Requirements which includes application Include: Hard Working, infor mation, contact Kris ûûû ûûûû C lean Driving Foight at (517) 337 6824 or Record, Drug Scr eening. obtain via the internet at Ability for Ad vancement. http://www.ars.usd a.gov/ careers A p p l i c a t i o n s NEWSPAPER Apply in Person at: must include announce 922 E den Rd Mason ment number and be reCORNER ceived on-line by August 6, 2010. THE USDA/ ARS IS HAWKER AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER & EMPLOYER. WAVERLY RD.

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FOOD SERVICE - SCHOOLS Immedia te opening for CDL licensed d river with a S ervSafe certificat ion for deliv ering and serving of meals. Background and finger printing required. Apply at: Okemos Public Schools Food S ervice Dept. 2nd floor , 4406 Okemos Road, Okemos, MI 48864

TREE TRIMMERS E stablished tree co. is seeking EXPERIENCED line clearance tree traimmers for work in Northern Ohio. Hotel and per diem will be provided. Applicant must have two years experience as trimmer, with a good d riving record (CDL benefi cial). Full benefits available. C ompany is a d rug f ree work place. EO.C RETAIL STORE MANAGER: Please send resume to: C mpus Den Meridia n Mall a Asplundh Tree E xpert C o. C ompetitive pay, flex ible 2255 Northway Drive hours, 401K, paid vacation, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858 f ull-time. Hands -on Retail Management a plus. C ontact: S donnell@campusden.c om

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The Jackson C ounty Intermedia te School District is seeking a Teacher C onsultant with f ull approval in the area of S pecial E d ucation of Autism. To view the complete job posting det ails, job descriptions and to apply online, please go to: http://www.jc isd.or g

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E STLAWN MEMORY GAR- 2008 HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001 SHULTZ mfg. home. A DENS in Okemos. Garden S portster Nightster. Black. 27x54 w/att’d garage of Prayer, 2 plots, Toda y’s Low miles. $7,500 24x28, also covered rear asking price is $4,000. S ell(517)282-8413 porch, $59,900, psbl. short ing for $2350. 517-449-0705 term contract. 499 S hade Tree Trail, S ycamore Vil2008 HARLEY DAVIDSON ullage in Mason. 517-749tra classic, black, low mi., 2054, 517-628-2327 ABS, GPS, security system, 7 yr warranty, $17,300. 517-977-1008

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DOUBLE WIDE E xcellent HARLEY 1992 FXLR cond. 3 or 4 bd rm, 2 baths, Lowrider C ustom, low mi., cathedr al ceiling, living lots of extras, call for pricroom, dining room, kitchPOLARIS, 2004 QUAD, ing too much to list 517en, appliances included, $3800/best offer . 989-235394-5886. dec k & storage shed. Lo1014 cated in Holt, 1 owner, HARLEY DAVIDSON WIDE now $25,000. 517-647-4690 Glide 2002 25k Miles, E xcellent C ondit ion and Well Maintained. S tage 1 PerHOLT 2 bd rm., $1,500. for mance E quip. $8400 Little work needed. ( 5 1 7 ) 6 5 5 - 1 8 3 7 Financing available. shark@cablespeed.c om 866-694-0821. 1996 18’ SWETWATER PONTOON 25hp Yamaha, $2800 or best offer . Must sell. Call 517-881-9055.

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Assistant Manager DENTAL ASSISTANT We are looking for an outstanding Assistant to join our offic e part time. C ertified, registered or exp. Dental Assistants please send resume & brief introd uctory letter to dent alassistantresume @yahoo.com

HAVE SALES EXPERIENCE MAKE IT PAY OFF PART TIME CAREGIVERS START UP YOUR Home Instead S enior Car e OWN BUiS NES provides home based, BE YOUR OWN BOSS non-medical care to NATIONAL SNACK CO. OF seniors in Lansing & NUTS, TRAIL MIXE,S surrounding communities. CANDIES AND HISPANIC PT flex ible schedu les for SNACK,S NEEDS A year round clients DISTRIBUTOR TO SETUP available for all shifts 7 AND SERVICE A NATIONAL d ays a week. Previous exp CHAIN (ALREADY preferred, incl. care for APPROVED) AND f amily members, involving "C " STORES IN alzheimers, transfer SOUTHWEST, MI methods & personal care FREE TRAINING AND for fema le/male clients. ASSISTANCE S eeking both male & NO DISTRIBUTOR FEE’ S fema le applicants. NO FRANCHISE FE’E S C riminal background GOOD R C EDIT REQUIRED check condu cted. Call CALL RON JONES 517-342-6472. M/F/H EOE 770-367-0872 SOUTHEASTSAL@AOL. COM

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EAST LANSING. new dining, living, bd rm. & bath. PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFI $53,400 value, asking CER - The Michigan Hu$43,200 or make offer . manities C ouncil, a If interested please call 501(c)(3) nonprofit , seeks 517-337-0683. a Public Relations Offic er. The successf ul candia d te will have three to fiv e years experience in the public relations/marketing field; understa nds the value of branding and social media ; experience working with feder al and state legislators; knows LANSING-16 UNIT All indi Dreamweaver; excellent vidu al utilities. $350,000. writer and communicator; Call 517-388-0584 a B.A. degr ee in Journalism is preferred. Sal ary is competitive, excellent benefits. Application dea dline is August 20, 2010. Interested candia d tes must send a letter of interest with salary requirements, resume, and a list of refer ences to: 62 tillable for sale Michigan Humanities 72 ACRES on Canfield Rd., Eat on RapC ouncil, 119 Pere Marids . 269-758-3188, cell 269quette Dr., S te. 3B, Lans223-9387. ing, MI 48912.

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BEECHFIELD E f f iciency thru 2 bedr oom, $325-$540. U tilities included. Taylor Realty 517-272-1512. CARY APTS. S . LANSING. 1 & 2 bd rms., $470-$570 mo., heat, water, sewer & trash included. 517-202-3964. COLONIAL VILLAGE AREA: 1 bedr oom Q uiet Area. No S moking, No Pets. Call 517-485-4300 COOLEY/ SPARROW NEAR Lg 1 & 2 bd rm, $475-$575 heat incl, new carpet, blinds , 517-980 -0581 DELUXE APT. RENT starts $550 util incl. Beautifu l 40x60 flow ered patio w/ built in charcoal grill. 517- 482 -8196

WOODMAR APARTME N TS & townhouses in des irable Groesbeck area. 1 bd rm apt $570/mo. Avail. S ept. 29 The Beneicke Group EHO, 517-485-6304 W. SAGINAW 1 & 2 bd rms, $450 to $500 heat included. AC, blinds , dis hwasher, newer kitchen. 82 -2404

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GREAT 1 BDRMS available! normally rents for $550/mo. S pecial pricing at $475/mo. plus electric (around $30/mo.) A/C in apts. Open floor plan. Laundry f acilities on site!! N . GRAND RIVER , 2 bd rms. Pet f riendly , dog run on starting $570 heat includ site. C ountry setting. Call ed, blinds , 517-323-4175 C yndi at 517-285-83 43 for det ails! REGENCY TWNHMES 3&4 bd rms S tarting $675 Bsmt, C entral AC, W/D hookups. HASLETT- GREAT VALUE Water/S ewer incl 393-4725 1 & 2 bd rm., From $395. "0" Deposit! 517-337-1133 S . SIDE very nice, clean, quiet 2 bd rm., $475, www.phgrentals.com washer/d ryer hookup. 517-388-0 584.

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KINGSTON PLACE SENIOR APARTMENTS Car efr ee living for ad ults P S ACIOUS 1 bd rm apt in 55 and up in “charming" Haslett w/ private endow ntown Eat on Rapids . 1 trance. $500/mo. 333-9622 and 2 bd rm. apts. available lynnd@ maplegrove.cc starting at $377/mo. Inunit washers & d ryers, carports, community and entertainment rooms and much more. Call C hristina at 517-663-1900. Pets welcome.

5826 ORC HARD CT. C lean 3 BEAUTIFUL MSU FRANDOR , 2 bd rm., 3 BR. HOU S E in bd rm, 1½ bath, f ull base1 bath, porch, yard, carAverill Woods S ubd. Natument with W/D hookup. port, WD $600. 349-638 3. ral woodw ork w/new New carpet, appliances. appli., 2 car gar. Full bsmt. Fenced backyard, private Q uiet area. 15 mins. to dec k. C entral air. $800 + MSU or o d w ntown. $870. utils. 517-332-9255. 517-525-228 3. Avail. S ept. 1st. Photos at apts.com BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SET TING, 3 bd rm dow nstairs unit, plenty of storage, gaCHARLOTTE rage & barn on 5 acres, AIRPORT AREA. UPDATED most pets welcome. 4968 Wheaton Rd., townhome. 2 bd rm., 1 1/2 Laingsburg. 10 mins. to I4 bd rm., 1.5 bath 2 story ba., carpet, patio, bsmt. 69 or 127. $650 mo. + half 2000+ sq. f t. f armhouse. Must see. $695. 321-1040. utils. 989-627- 3855. Full bsmnt., f uel oil heat. 517-622-6059 BLUE WATER VILLAGE or EATON RAPIDS immed. Dimonda le, near GM Delta www.sunda ncefa milyhomecenter. occ. 3 bd rm. d uplex, 2 plant. New 2 & 3 bd rms, 2 com bd rms. up, 1 dow n, walkbaths, starting at $800. ing dista nce to dow ntown, Water & trash incl. all apincl. stove, refr ig., garage. pliances, bsmt., pets wel$625/mo. + security dep. DANSVILLE SCHOOLS come. Call 517-749-1714 or Ref. required. 517-663-6650 Williamston addr ess. 5 mi. 517-372-6250 leave message. f rom I-96, 30 min. commute to Lansing or Howell. EDGEWOOD VILLAS 2 & 3 MASO-N LESLIE AREA 3010 1 bath, 2 lg bd rms., 1 den, bd rm townhomes only Annis Rd. Beautifu l counquiet country home w/lg $549-699. Call to schedu le try setting, 2 story + f ull backyard, smoke f ree, a tour! 517-87 8 -5000 bsmt. 3 bd rms., 1 1/2 $750 mo. 517-231-1902. baths, kitchen, dec k off dining area, liv. rm., att. E . LANSING: TOWAR GARGRAND LEDGE LG 2 garage, W/D hookup, DE NS , 3 bd rm ranch, dec k, bd rm Townhouse, 1.5 appli. f urn., $82 5 sec. dep. W/D, air, pets, $800/mo. + bath, f ull bsmt, garage, $82 5 mo. + utils. C redit dep. 285-3 8 67 or 87 -9192 $690+ utilities. Newly check. No pets, no smokremodeled. ing. 517-589-8362. GRAND LEDGE 1 bd rm., on 517-339-2486 the river, patio dec k, f urWEBBERVILLE2 bd rm. nished, washer & d ryer, 10 d uplex, 2 car garage, mo. lease. Call 602-300H O L T : 2 bd rm, 1.5 bath 2 $740/mo. 517-521-3242 or 9672. story partially finis hed 810 -923-0910. bsmt, laundry hookup, dec k, air, Incl. snow, sewHOMES FOR RENT er, water, trash, lawn. WILLIAMSTON DUPLEX Lansing - 2 or 3 BR; Newer paint, carpet & apNEW construction, 4 1.5 Bath, basement, pliances. Cat or Toy dog bd rm., 1 1/2 baths, laungarage, 1000-1200 sq f t. ok. $725. 517-853 -6307. d ry, all appliances includ $750-800/mo ed. $950 mo. 517-202-6886 . (517) 482 -8771 MASON LARGE upda ted 2 wencoproperties@att.net bd rm., 2 story + bsmnt. laundry hookup, carport, fir eplace. Patio. Newer apLANSING 1130 CAMP ST. 3 pliances, paint & blinds . Bed* 1 Bath*Walk-up attic Trash, lawn, major snow for storage $600 517-349incl. No big dogs . Nice 7355 rpm@prm4rent.com area. $685+ . 517-853 -6307 1021 MAYCROFT Greatl LAN SING: 1231 W.I ONIA 2 dea l! C ozy warm home, Bed, 2 Bath, Lge U pstairs, MASO:N MOVE IN quiet neighborhood, $980 Laundry Hook-up $700 349S pecial. S pacious 2 mo. 3 bd rms, 2BA, finis h7355 rpm@prm4rent.com bd rm, 1.5 bath garage, ed basement, huge yard, f ull private bsmt, air. washer/d ryer in unit, air $750/mo. 517-230cond. (517)214-1369. 3885/ 517-202-1781 LAN S IN G - 2-3 bd rm housf aith7491@att.net es, 1 & 2 bd rm d uplex, & 2 bd rm apts. $450-$800. Lo1090 ME A DOWLAWN , DewMASO:N TOWNHOUSE 302 cal owner cell 989-550 itt Twp, 2 bd rm. $550/ mo+ W. S outh S t., great loca1181. dep, sewer incl. No pets. tion. 2 bd rm., 1½ bath, S ec 8 ok. 517-48 7 -08 25 C /A, covered parking, f ull bsmt, yard care, quiet. No pets. $700/mo.+ utilities. 600 N . MLK - 3 bd rm., w/balcony off master 517-676-5666 LANSING2 BDRM/1 bd rm., 2 bath. Full bsmnt. BATH Home for new carpet & vinyl SOUTHEAST LANSING 3 $19,900. Payments as throughout, gas i f r eplace, bd rm., 2 baths, loft , air, low as $130/mo. Call w/W/D hookup. Includes bsmt., dec k, great neighNow 8 00-240-0578 appliances. Fenced yard. borhood. No pets. $755 + $750+_ utils. 517-332-9255 depos it. 517-393-8970.

BEAUTIFUL 3 BR. HOU S E in Averill Woods S ubd. Natu- MASON 2000 SF 3 bd rm., Lakefr ont on ral woodw ork w/new dow nstairs apt. Fireplace, HASLETT Lake Lansing w/doc k, appli., 2 car gar. Full bsmt. dec k, basement. $850 + gazebo, beautifu l view. Q uiet area. 15 mins. to utilities. 694-1755 d ays, patio or dec k. Luxury 2 MSU or dow ntown. $870. 676-9178 wkends . C ell 505bd rm w/ offic e, condo/ 517-525-228 3. Avail. S ept. 587 5. apt. New maple kitchen, 1st. Photos at apts.com black/ stainless appliances, carpet, air. W/D. some EATON RAPIDS 1 bd rm apt., MASON fir eplace & granite, No big $550, utilities, cable & 2 bd rm. fir eplace, cendogs , incl lawn, trash,snow trash included. Idea for tral air, washer/ d ryer. $895-$97 5 517-853 -6307 single occupant. 517-930$750-$840 . 0627. 517-349-8000/ 517-28 2-9669 HOUSING DISCRIMINATION? WILLIAMSTON 760 E C hurch Call The Fair Housing S t. apt. $575/mo. + elecC enter at: 1-877-97 9-FAIR. tric. 2 bd rm., 1 bath, re- ST. JOHNS 2 BR, w/d, AC, cently refurb ished. Call $495 + elec., + sec. No 517-285-0 575 pets/smoke. 989-53 4-1112. MASO-N 2 BDRM., 2 bath, central air, gas log fir eplace, vaulted ceilings, countryside view. Washer/d ryer in unit. S mall dog or cats permitted, no smoking. $675+ N RROW A LAKE. 3 bd rm., 2 609 COOPER. - 1 bd rm., U DATED TOWNHOME,S utilities. Available Aug 1. P bath, 2 car garage, all apnewly remodeled, stove GARAGE, W/D hookup, 616-550-778 6 pliances incld., utilities not & f ridge. $475/mo. No bsmt. or balcony, only incld. Olivet schools, pridep. 517-645-7044. $535-$615. The vate lake access. $950 mo. WATER VIEW PLACE – exec Brookshires (517)394-0736. 517-242-0270. condos for rent. 2 & 3 bd rm, 1500-2200 sf, 3 lev8 1 3 W. LAWRE E C N C harwww.som ersetparkliving .com els w/lots of storage, lotte 3 Bed* 1 Bath*Lg. NEAT & CLA E N 2/3 attchd. garage. On river in Yard $82 5 517-349-7355 bd rms., C ent. Air, f ull d wntn DeWitt next to park www.rpm4rent.com bsmt., walk-in attic for exand walking trails. Incl. tra storage space & garf ree wireless internet, caage. $625 per mo. 517-641noe use, d ry-cleaning pickAFFORDABLE HOMES 1-4 7271 or 517-214-7648. up and much more. Please bd rms, S ection 8 OK. 2 BDRM W/BAS M E T N E , www.clubm eridianapts.com call Tim at: 517-28 2-0500 Pets OK. Move in speW/D hookup, near Ingham cial! Flexible terms PORTLAND- 3 bd rm., 1 bath Medical, $480 + utilities. available. $395-$1095. ranch. 2 1/2 car garage, SUBSCRIBE TODAY Call 517-281-1236. 517-651-1374 f ull bsmt., appliances, C /A, smoke f ree. No pets. Q uiet subdiv ision. Near I96. $800 3 BDRM DUPLEX 3 miles to per mo., $700 sec. dep. ImMSU 3000 Leawood, Lansmedia te occupancy. 517ing. Call 393-1112 for www.centralparklife.com showing. 647-2242 or 517-505-2667.

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ST JOHNS – Only $340/Mo! Lease to Own! Your Own Home! Over 1,500 sq.ft . New Car pet & Paint ~ Many more to choose f rom!! THE MEADOWS (989) 224-7707 ST. JOHNS Well kept 2 bd rm home, 2 car garage, large kitchen, W/D hookup, lots of storage space. Great location. $750 per mo., tenant pays water & electric. Available for occupancy Aug. 1st. 517-28 2-80 15. VERY SMALL E f f icie ncy home in country, deW itt Twp, f urn., $475+ elect. & sec. 669-8205 af ter 6 p.m. Will check refer ences. WILLIAMSTON: 115 N . Mullet 3 Bed* 1 Bath*Fenced Yd $725 517-349-7355 www.rpm4rent.com WILLIAMSTON 301 Lisa Lane. $750/mo. + utilities. 3 bd rm., 2 bath, 1100 sq.ft ., 2 car garage, no bsmt. Call 517-285-0 575

GRAND LEDGE: 2 bd rms., $510+ util. + $510 sec. dep. No pets. Call 517-627-893 8 , or 517-896 -3285.

HOUGHTON LAKE C lean 2 bd rm cottages, excellent swimming, boat. A u g .S ept. $375wk. 989-422-4896

DOWNTOWN 408 W. Ionia, f urnished, close to LCC and C ooley. $335 per month utilities incl. 517-749-3890

DIMONDALE: FEMALE TO rent room in beautifu l home. $400 mo., all utilities paid. Free cable & internet. Please call Jill at 517-646-5926.

LANSING spacious offic e, f ull or part time in an established therapy practice. Includes waiting room, f ax copier, kitchen area, utilities & phone. Possibility of referra ls. Ph. 517-703-0110 or rdphd@ j uno.com


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HHR, 2006 $9,500 49K mi. All pwr., heated leather, remote start. E xcellent condit ion. 517-349-0443

LINCOLN MKZ 2008 Most options, kept immaculate

1959 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE $19,500 4 d r. hard top. 390 V8, PS, PB, auto, baby blue. N ice! E xcellent condit ion 517-285-5757

ASTRO VAN LT, 2005 $9750/BEST 65K mi., AWD, V6, rear air & heat, PW/PL. E xcellent condit ion. 517-526-1798

LS V8 2001 $2,500 8 cyl, Lthr, 153000mi., Burgundy . S port pkg. 269-832-6125

1941 FORD DELUXE TUDOR $14,500 V8, visor, beautifu l chrome, meadow brook maroon. E xcellent condit ion 517-285-5757

CORVETTE 1993 $9800 white, black int., remov. glasstop, auto, new tires E xcellent condit ion 517-881-1533

WANTED MUSCLE CARS ’67-’69 Cam aros OR ’72 & older , any make/model ANY CONDITION 810-252-9194

Buick LESABRE CUSTOM 2003 $8,250/OBO 6 cyl, Onstar, only 85K mi, C hampagne, NICE! 517-281-6284

Cadillac CADILLAC 2007 STS 4 $22,900 48K, still on warranty, f ully loaded, d ark gray Great cond. 517-332-0507 or 230-7215

Chevrolet CAVALIER CONVERTIBLE ’97 $2595 Loaded! Lots of summer f un! Auto., air, black. Mint C ity 989-640-1899 CAVALIER 2004 4 d r. LS, sport, loaded, Mint C ity

$4395 5 air bags, CD, sharp, black. 989-640-1899

TRAILBLAZER LS, 2004 65K mi. Lots of extras. N ewer tires. E xcellent condit ion.

$11,200 517-694-9263

Dodge C RAVAN, A 1997 $1,000/BEST 116K mi. Runs good, little rust. N eeds trans work. Good condit ion. 517-803-4933

Ford FORD RANGER XLT 4X4 2000 $6300 E xt cab, dk grey, new tires, tonneau cover, AC, PW. Good condit ion 517-323-1665 FIVE HUNDRED LIMITED 2006 $13,300 6 cyl, CD changer, Lthr, 34000mi., Green 517-347-3576

GMC S NOMA O SLS SHORT BED 1995 $2,800/OBO 6 cyl, all power, new trs, shks, brks, 188k, Red. 517-541-0760 SONOMA 2002 $4,400 4 cyl, 5 speed, Driver Airbag, 95730mi., Yellow N ew radia tor & battery 517-290-0780

MALIBU 2003 $4,700 6 cyl, 51,000 mi., Beige, Very Good C ondit ion 517-575-5008 TRAVERSE LT 2009 $29,500 3rd Row S eats, 9000mi., C harcoal 517-927-5946 MONTE CARLO 2006 53,000 mi. E xcellent cond.

ACCORD, 2006 $9,850 63K mi. Pwr. windows & locks, AC, CD. Good condit ion. 517-202-3687

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’97 CAVALIER CONVERTIBLE 146k, runs very well, auto., new tires

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STUNING JAGUAR XJ8 1999 $6,800 86K mi., C hampagne ext., oatmeal lthr int., AC, CD, f ull power 517-290-2180

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Mercury SABLE LS PREMIUM, 2002 $7,950 49,850 mi., Blk., ext. warr., Leather. N ew AC E xcellent condit ion. 517-347-1020

Mini Vans DODGE GRAND CARAVAN 2001 $5500 S port, 3.3L V6, 128000m, Blue, tow pkg, MP3 rd y 1 owner 517-896-7884 HANDICAP VANS USED, BOUGHT & SOLD Mini & f ull size 5751 S . C eda r - Call Dale 517-882-7299

Oldsmobile ALERO GL 2000 $2750 6 cyl, Red w/ gry int. Very dependable. 161100 mi 517-420-6709

Pontiac SUNFIRE 1997 $1650 2 d r., 35 mpg, high mi. Looks good, runs excellent. Well maintained. 517-402-8679

Sport Utility Vehicles FORD EXPEDITION XLT 4WD 2000 $7,499 8 cyl, TV-VCR, Lthr 92700mi., Blue, S ingle Owner 517-803-3098 CHEVROLET TAHOE 2006 $14,500 8 cyl, Lthr, DVD, sun roof, 165000mi, Blue. 517-719-0768 FORD ESCAPE XLT 2006 $12,995 C lean, 6 cyl, S unroof, Lthr, 63500mi., S ilver 517-281-8246

FORESTER 2007 $14,900 4 cyl, sunroof, prem pkg, 71k mi., sharp! S ilver 517-242-6978

Toyota XD 2008 $17,000 4 cyl, Premium S ound, 6950mi., Orange, MPG 26/3 517-694-0754

Vans CHEVY UPLANDER LS 2008 $11,500 7 passenger, 6 cyl., cruise, rear air, 43K mi. 517-323-3747 HANDICAP VANS USED, BOUGHT & SOLD Mini & f ull size 5751 S . C eda r - Call Dale 517-882-7299

Automobiles Wanted CAR DON’ T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you Cas h Toda y & tow away f ree! Call 517-505-2098 AUTOS & TRUCKS WANTED We will pay top dolla r for any unwanted vehicle. Free f ast pickup. 517-487-8600.

Junk Cars Wanted CAR DON’ T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you cash Toda y & tow away f ree! Call 517-505-2098 PAYING TOP $ For j unk cars, trucks or vans. C lean yard = happy wife. 517-543-0825, 269-832-9780 DEAD OR ALIVE Sal vage cars, trucks, vans. Free towing. We beat all offers. 517-482-2260 AUTOS WANTED Running or not! Same d ay, f ree pick up. 517-819-1817 BENJAMIN & SON A1 TOWING WANTED Junk cars, vans & trucks. Top $ paid . 517-372-9737 BUYING JUNK CARS & TRUCK.S Also misc. metal. $200-$800. 7 d ays a week.

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