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High-energy jam rock Mix rock, funk, trance and a dash of electronica, and you have The Werks — a Dayton, Ohio-based band with a truly unorthodox musical vision. With musical influences anywhere from Led Zeppelin to The Red Hot Chili Peppers to Pink Floyd, it’s no wonder the group’s sound is so distinct and hard to pinpoint. With their sophomore CD, “Synapse,” in hand, the guys are currently out on a U.S. tour, and it hits the Midwest hard through the rest of this year. On Thursday, the ambitious group hits Mac’s. Expect high-spirited, improvisational rock that leaves you feeling like you’ve just stepped out of a Phish show. • The Werks, Anthony Lajoye, Franny N Friends • 9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23 • Mac’s Bar, 2700 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 484-6795 • $7 Anne Erickson



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Indie rock band Mike Mains & The Branches spent the past four months touring in support of its debut full-length, “Home,” and if you ask Mains for a favorite memory from the road, he rattles it off quickly and definitively. “The best moment was in the end of July, when Matt Baird [lead singer in posthardcore band Spoken] at the end of our tour walked up to me and gave me a real nice mic, because he noticed I had a crummy mic,” says the Owosso-based lead singer and guitarist. “He said someone really special gave him that mic, and he wanted me to have it. That was his way of saying, ‘I believe in you. I believe you’re going to make it.’ “That experience shaped the enthusiasm with which I approach this career. When someone like him, who’s been touring for 14 years, says they believe in what we’re doing, that means a lot.” Mains, Shannon Bolanowski (vocals, keys), David Denison (drums) and Jacob Burkhart (bass guitar) definitely have enthusiasm for

their music. No one can deny the path they’ve taken — giving up their jobs and spending months on the road — hasn’t been easy. But it was the only way to go. “We figured we had to go for it, and we go out in faith, believing we’re going to make ends meet,” Mains says. “It’s been awesome so far. On nights where we don’t get a solid guarantee through the venue, we usually do well enough in merchandise sales to pay for the tour.” For Mains, the sacrifice is worth it. “It’s the dream of all of our lives to be touring, and it’s something we’ve been longing to do since any of us can remember,” he says. “It’s a blast. You meet so many new people and it’s such a learning experience. You learn a lot about who you are, the people around you.” Musically, Mike Mains & The Branches brings the best of its influences together — Mewithoutyou, The Killers, Modest Mouse — and mix in its own ideas, packing rambling, shambling guitar exercises into straightforward indie rock. As for songwriting, “Home”

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is a conceptual work of sorts about youth and longing for understanding and meaning in the sense of self-fulfillment. The album, recorded at First Street Studio in Cleveland, Tenn., shows Mains as a mature lyricist . “I think overall the theme of ‘Home’ is communicated well, as far as the human spirit’s desire to connect with its surroundings and make sense of this life,” Mains says. At the core of the group, which plays Mac’s Bar on Friday, Sept. 24, is an unwavering desire to make a positive difference with their music. “We play music with a goal to allow the faith we have affect people through our music,” Mains says. “We’re all Christians and Christianity definitely plays a role in the music we write, but my goal is to share my views and the love I have for Christ with the world without coming off offensively.”


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hannon Mason lost 50 pounds last year. It didn’t just make her healthier. It saved her life. After losing the weight, the 26-year-old Grand Ledge resident noticed a lump in her breast during a self-exam. “(I wonder) if I had not lost the weight, would I have found it?” Mason said. Probably not, she’s concluded. It wasn’t a large mass, and even after she found it, it took doctors months to determine it was cancer. Mason is one of the youngest women to take part in Terri Shaver’s “Be Bold, Feel Beautiful” photography project. Shaver has photographed more than 50 midMichigan women, who are bald from cancer treatments, without the hats, wigs or scarves many wear after losing their hair. The non-profit “Be Bold, Feel Beautiful” project’s goal is to raise awareness about cancer and to encourage women to get tested and stay tuned to warning signs. The campaign continues through the end of September. In October, billboards and businesses around Lansing will display some of the photos. Mason learned about “Be Bold, Feel Beautiful” at her oncologist’s office this summer. Posing for a portrait session — especially one that could result in her face on a billboard — was out of Mason’s comfort zone. She brought along her mother and a friend from work for support. “I wasn’t too sure of myself before all this happened,” Mason said. “The pictures helped show me my hair doesn’t make me beautiful, it’s who I am. I’m realizing I don’t have to rely on what other people think.” Mason told her doctor’ about the mass in her breast during her yearly physical in February. A genetic test came back negative for cancer. Mason has no family history of breast cancer. The doctor told her not to worry, but sched-







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uled a mammogram just to be sure. Nothing appeared on the mammogram. They did an ultrasound to doublecheck the results of the mammogram. Nothing out of the ordinary showed up on the ultrasound. A surgeon told Mason in April it was probably just a fatty tumor, but they could remove it if it would make her more comfortable. “When I went in later that same week (after the surgery), they said we were wrong, it is positive, it is a tumor,” Mason said. She had another surgery the same week, and eight of the 12 lymph nodes tested came back positive. She’s fighting stage three breast cancer. “I’m better for it even though it wasn’t easy and it wasn’t fun,” Mason said. “The biggest thing that’s helped me is having people to talk to who understand there are good and bad days, and it’s not just physical. Even though you try to have a positive attitude and think of everything positively, you still have those days when you just want to cry.” Some good has come from this bad situation, Mason said. It’s been educational for the kids she works with in 4-H. “For them to see me be up and doing things and still being able to interact has helped them,” Mason said. “I’ve been able to help them understand (what cancer is).” She said one of the younger kids didn’t like seeing her without hair. He was too nervous about the change to talk to her. “How do you know it’s her?” he asked one of the older kids. “Just ask her to smile,” was the response. That did the trick.


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‘BE BOLD, FEEL BEAUTIFUL’ The non-profit “Be Bold, Feel Beautiful” project was designed to bring a visual awareness to women undergoing various cancer treatments who have lost their hair. To sign up for a “Be Bold, Feel Beautiful” portrait session, call Terri Shaver at 256-0490 or email Women who are bald from cancer treatments are encouraged to schedule an appointment before the project wraps up at the end of September. Appointments are scheduled Monday-Friday. Before most sessions, Douglas J Aveda Institute and Mary Kay offer free makeup applications.

Participants are encouraged to bring people or things that are important to them in their cancer journey (a family member or friend, lucky golf club or favorite pair of shoes.) Participants receive a free portrait session, makeup application and CD of 8-10 retouched digital images with copyright release.

DISPLAY THE PORTRAITS Businesses interested in displaying the “Be Bold, Feel Beautiful” portraits during the month of October as part of the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s campaign for breast cancer awareness can contact Shaver or Susan G. Komen for the Cure/Mid-Michigan, 1-877- GO KOMEN or


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Heather Allen doesn’t expect miracles. But she keeps hoping for them. They can be small ones, like getting out of the hospital to see her son get on the bus for his first day of kindergarten. And big ones, like seeing her little brother Johnny return home from serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. She has her sights set on one more. Allen’s hell-bent on beating her cancer. The 26-year-old Dansville resident has become an evangelist for the “Be Bold, Feel Beautiful”


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Cash O’Riley, Unicorn Tavern, 327 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing, 485-9910, 9 p.m. Sept. 24-25. " Comfy Couch Concerts is an acoustic, roots-driven Collage IV: A Showcase concert series that features artists who play everything Series Concert, Wharton from folk to blues to country to Celtic traditions. The Center, East Lansing, 432-2000, casual, family friendly, concert venue first opened its, 8 p.m. doors in 2008, and since then, many famed players have Sept. 24 " Featuring the Symphony stepped onto the stage, including Steppin’ In It, Annie Orchestra, Wind Symphony, MSU and Rod Capps, Mustard’s Retreat and Brian Vander Ark Children’s Choir, Spartan Marching (The Verve Pipe). Band Drumline, as well as and Newport Furnishings presensembles and quartets. Cost: $20, ent the concert series, and it’s held in an unlikely venue: $18 for seniors, $10 for students. Newport Furnishing’s Wixom showroom. Of course, this Don Middlebrook, Enso, makes the experience as comfy as possible. 16800 Chandler Road, East Lansing, Sound like a snug adventure for ya? The next show 332-7678, 7-10 p.m. Sept. 24. " happens Friday, Sept. 23, with Ferndale’s Grievous Global Village, Green Door Angel. The Detroit Music Awards has honored the group Blues Bar & Grill, 2005 E. Michigan with Outstanding Acoustic Group and Outstanding Folk Ave., Lansing, 482-6376, Group., 9:30 p.m. • Comfy Couch Concerts featuring Detroit Music Sept. 24-25. Cost: cover. Awards winner Grievous Angel Hulkster, Rick’s American Cafe, • Doors 7 p.m.; show 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24 224 Abbot Road, East Lansing, • Newport Furnishings, 52504 Grand River Ave., Wixom, 351-2285, www.ricksamerican (248) 679-8910, 10:30 p.m. Sept. 24. Cost: • $15 adults, $10 students 8-18 cover. Anne Erickson Nick May, Harrison Roadhouse, 720 Michigan Ave, East Lansing, hike through the moonlit woods. 7:30 p.m. Sept. 25 " Live-action 337-0200, 7-10 p.m. Sept. 24-25. Dogs must be on non-retractable patriotic show tells the history of Rendezvous, Buddies Pub & leashes. Flashlights are permitted. Americ through the eyes of the Grill, 1937 W. Grand River Ave., Cost: $3 per person. American soldier. Cost: free, ticket Okemos, 9 p.m. Sept. 24. " required. “How to Build a Planet,” Rush Clement, Buddies Grill, Abrams Planetarium, MSU campus, THEATER 2040 Aurelius Road, Holt, East Lansing, 355-4672, 699-3670, 8:30 p.m. Sept. 24. " “Blue Door,” Williamston, 8 p.m. Fridays Theatre, see Thursday, Sept. 23. and Saturdays and 4 p.m. Sundays, Sam Corbin, Blue Gill Grill, through Nov. 21 " John de Lancie 1591 Lake Lansing Road, Haslett, Children’s Creation Show: narrates this show exploring the 339-4900, 7-11 p.m. Sept. 24. " “The Tale of the Princess forces that shaped the Earth. Cost: and the Frog,” Eaton Rapids The Knock Offs, Irish Pub & $3, $2.50 for seniors and students, High School, 800 State St., Eaton Grill, 1910 W. Saginaw St., Lansing, $2 for kids 12 and younger. Rapids, 7 p.m. Sept. 24 and 2 p.m. 980-4095, 9:30 p.m. Sept. 24. Sept. 25. Cost: $7 at the door. PERFORMANCES “Out of the Dark,” Studio NATURE U.S. Army’s Spirit of Theater, 114 E. Main St., Owosso, Howl at the Moon, Harris America, Van Andel Arena, 130 (989) 723-4003, www.owosso Nature Center, 3998 Van Atta Road, W. Fulton St., Grand Rapids, (616), 8 p.m. Sept. 24-25 " Okemos, 349-3866, 742-6600, www.vanandel Broadway tunes will be performed, 8 p.m., 10:30 a.m. and as part of a fundraiser to help Sept. 24 " Bring your best friend 7:30 p.m. Sept. 24, 2 p.m. and (two- or four-footed) for a guided

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As someone who never responded to the bluesinspired, Zeppelin-esque fuzz of The White Stripes and similar groups, I could never be bothered with The Black Keys, writing them off as another throw-back group kneeling at the altar of Robert Plant. But a brazen recommendation by a trusted sonic ally persuaded me to give “Brothers” a spin, and I’m still picking gravel from my chin where my jaw hit the ground. To these ears, “Brothers” is a near-perfect collision of Marc Bolan swagger and Spoon’s grittier moments, and it is one of the most exhilarating albums I have heard this year. My first thought was the bizarro compliment that every song sounds like music from the most stylish sporting event in history; stirring, amped-up anthems that retain their potency and sense of attractive menace. The record is one long highlight, but “Next Girl” inches ahead, so full of soulful vocals and raw, squelching guitar and leads “Brothers” to the short list for year’s Coolest Record.



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FESTIVALS American Heritage Festival, Woldumar Nature Center, 5739 Old Lansing Road, Lansing, 322-0030,, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Sept. 25 and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 26 " Authentic Civil War camp, living history encampments, historic saw mill and steam engine display, horse-drawn wagon rides, artisan displays, blacksmiths, demonstrations, live animals, pontoon rides, food and musicians. Cost: $7, $5 for members, $3 for kids younger than 12 Michigan Renaissance Festival, Michigan Renaissance Festival, 12600 Dixie Highway, Holly, (800) 601-4848,, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. weekends, Aug. 21-Oct. 3 " Rain or shine. See website for special events and weekend themes. Cost: $19.95, $10.95 child, $17.95 student, senior. St. Peter’s Oktoberfest, St. Peter Catholic Church, 515 E. Knight St., Eaton Rapids, 663-1414, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Sept. 25 " With food, beverages, arts-and-crafts booths, a yard sale, raffles, a moon walk, a DJ, live music and more.

FUNDRAISERS LCC Automotive Technology Department Car Show, Lansing Community College, 5708 Cornerstone Drive, Lansing, 483-1375,, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 25 " Rain or shine. Stock cars, modified cars, trucks, motorcycles, specialty vehicles are all welcome. Proceeds benefit LCC Automotive Student Scholarships. Cost: free, $10 admission for show vehicles.

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“The American Clock: Past Hopes Mirror Today,” MSU CHILDREN’S Auditorium, see Thursday, Sept. 23. ACTIVITIES “The Taming of the Family carnival, Child’s Play Shrew,” Hannah Community Place, 13060 S. U.S. 27, DeWitt, Center, 819 Abbot Road, East 669-9892, www.childsplayplace. Lansing, 333-2580, 7 p.m. Friday com, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 25 and Saturday and 3 p.m. Saturday " Featuring inflatables, miniature and Sunday, Sept. 24-26 " horses, food, carnival games, and Presented by the Bach Dor giveaways and prizes from local Shakespeare Company. The businesses. Event is a fundraiser company performs using for playground updates and Shakespeare’s Original Practices. equipment. Cost: $15, $13 and $7 for children 13 and younger. COMEDY Bruce Bruce, Connxtions “Trial of Tom Sawyer,” Comedy Club, see Friday, Sept. 24. Mid-Michigan Family Theatre, 440 Frandor Ave., Lansing, 339-2145, The Daily Show and, 7 p.m. Fridays and Friends Tour, Meadow Brook Saturdays, 3 p.m. Sundays, Music Festival, 3554 East Walton Sept. 24-Oct. 3 " This production Blvd., Rochester Hills, (248) is the first of five plays sponsored 377-0100,, in part by the Thomas Cooley Law 7 p.m. Sept. 25 " Featuring Rory School as part of the Stage of Law Albanese, Rob Riggle, Adam Lowitt Series. Cost: $6 for adults and kids and more. Cost: $19.50- $29.50. age 6 and older, $4 for kids younger than 6. DANCES Foxy Squares Westernstyle Square dance, Millet Center, 5217 Old Lansing Road, Lansing, 645-7417, 7-10 p.m. Sept. 25 " With caller Art Bentley 09.25.10 from Gladwin. Cost: $5 per person. Les Danseurs Ballroom ART OPENINGS Dance Club “Welcome Jack B’s Annual Art Show Back” Dance, Grand Ledge Opening, Wheaton’s Framing & Country Club, 5811 E. St. Joseph

Highway, Grand Ledge, 507-4964,, 7-11 p.m. Sept. 25 " Live music by Mike Wolverton. Bring your own beverage and snacks. Ice and cups provided. Samba lesson 7-8 p.m.; open dancing 8-11 p.m. Cost: $30 per couple .

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Thriving Ivory is varied San Francisco-based five-piece Thriving Ivory makes music that’s incredibly varied. Sometimes the band leans toward pop exploration, other times it’s straight-ahead, gritty rock. Still, one thing is consistent: The group’s songs are well-crafted and melodic, with catchy, sing-along choruses and no filler. There’s a lot of piano and an anthemic feel. Think Coldplay meets Our Lady Peace. The band, which plays Friday, Sept. 24, at The Machine Shop in Flint, hit pop radio big in 2008 with the track, “Angels on the Moon.” It scored on TV, too, as VH1 had the video in regular rotation. Lead singer Clayton Stroope says “Angels” was inspired by the events of 9/11. “There are some literal references to 9/11 in it, and basically, it’s a song about hope,” Stroope says. The band’s latest album, “Through Yourself & Back Again,” dropped in September on Wind-Up Records. Even with all the hoopla surrounding a new album on a major label, the guys stay humble. “Everything has been so gradual with us, so I think we’ve just had time to really appreciate every milestone,” Stoope says. “We don’t take anything for granted.” • Thriving Ivory, Ed Kowalczyk (from the band Live), Miggs • 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24 • The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Highway, Flint, (810) 715-2650 • $25 in advance at Anne Erickson


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MUSEUMS Lego Trains, Michigan Historical Museum, 702 W. Kalamazoo St., Lansing, 272-6362, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 25 " This weekend only see a complete model railroad layout made of Legos (including the trains). It’s part of the new “Batteries Not Included” toy exhibit. "


Fall Singer-Songwriter Music Series, Capital Area District Library Okemos Branch, 4321 Okemos Road, Okemos, 347-2021, 2 p.m. Sept. 25 " Appalachian old-time and folk music. Featured artists are Red Tail Ring duo Michael Beauchamp and Laurel Premo. " INSTRUMENTAL

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Ekoostik Hookah, The Loft, 414 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 267-7898,, 8 p.m. Sept. 25 " With Tree Hut Kings. Cost: $10 in advance. Group Therapy, Uli’s Haus of Rock, see Friday, Sept. 24. Updraft, Buddies Pub and Grill, 1937 W. Grand River Ave, Okemos, 9 p.m. Sept. 25. "


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Facebook-inspired art The new “Creative Community” at Scene Metrospace in East Lansing showcases the result of three sub-exhibits that gave local artists a chance to show their creative flair. The “Creative Community” exhibit is available for public viewing until Oct. 17 during regular gallery hours. The Facebook-inspired “Profile Pics” exhibit is made up of submissions of profiles of themselves (or their family, friends and alter egos). Photos, paintings and other mediums were accepted. The “Studio Space” exhibit invited people to send in physical documentation of their studios or the space where they create. The “Unrealized Ideas” sub-exhibit asked people to send in representations of art projects that haven’t been created yet. In a fourth exhibit, six pieces from the personal collection of East Lansing resident Henry Brimmer, a graphic designer, photographer and Michigan State University professor, are on display. • Creative Community exhibit • Scene Metrospace, 110 Charles St., East Lansing, 319-6832. • 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday, 2 to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. Sunday Tricia Bobeda •

Okemos, 347-0962, Global Village, Green Door, Blues Bar & Grill, see Friday, 6-9 p.m. Sept. 25. " Sept. 24. Headband and Big Bucks NATURE and the Loose Change “How to Build a Planet,” Blues Band, Sir Pizza Grand Abrams Planetarium, see Friday, Cafe, 201 E. Grand River Ave., Sept. 24. Lansing, 485-4283, 8 p.m. Sept. 25. VAR I ETY Kathy Ford, R Club, 6409 PERFORMANCES Avon Bomb, Colonial Bar and Centurion Drive, Lansing, 321-7440, U.S. Army’s Spirit of Grille, see Friday, Sept. 24. 8 p.m. Sept. 25. " America, Van Andel Arena, see Blind Ambition, Center Stage, Friday, Sept. 24. Nick May, Harrison Roadhouse, see Friday, Sept. 24. see Friday, Sept. 24. SPECIAL EVENTS Cash O’Riley, Unicorn Tavern, Scott Seth, Courthouse Pub, 160 see Friday, Sept. 24. Giant Pumpkin Weigh-off, W. Maple St., Mason, 676-6941, Andy T’s Farm Market, 3131 S. Dan MacLachlan, Enso, 16800 9:30 p.m. Sept. 25. " U.S. Highway 27, St. Johns, (989) Chandler Road, East Lansing, Starfarm, Rick’s American Cafe, 224-7674,, 332-7678, 7-10 p.m. Sept. 25. " 224 Abbot Road, East Lansing, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 25 " Exit 86, Barn Tavern, 207 S. 351-2285, www.ricksamerican Registration begins at 8 a.m. Bridge St., Grand Ledge, 622-8686,, 10:30 p.m. Sept. 25. Cost: Weigh-off at 11 a.m. Family friendly 9:30 p.m. Sept. 25. " cover. activities include hay rides to the pumpkin patch, face painting, Fifteen Days, Capitol Bowl’s Hot Trevor Compton, Darb’s Tavern corn maze, blow-up maze, petting Spot, 219 S Washington St, Owosso, & Eatery, 117 S. Cedar St., Mason, farm, apple orchard, make-your(989) 725-7717, 9:30 p.m. Sept. 25. 676-5042, 9:30 p.m. Sept. 25. " own caramel apples and more. " Vocal Point, Coffee and Friends Cafe, 5100 Marsh Road, Suite C,

“Blue Door,” Williamston Theatre, see Thursday, Sept. 23. Children’s Creation Show: “The Tale of the Princess and the Frog,” Eaton Rapids High School, see Friday, Sept. 24. “Out of the Dark,” Studio Theater, see Friday, Sept. 24. “The American Clock: Past Hopes Mirror Today,” MSU Auditorium, see Thursday, Sept. 23. “The Taming of the Shrew,” Hannah Community Center, see Friday, Sept. 24. “Trial of Tom Sawyer,” Mid-Michigan Family Theatre, see Friday, Sept. 24. “Two by Two, a Musical Celebration of Duets,” Ruhala Performing Arts Center, 1846 Haslett Road, East Lansing, 337-0464, www.Ruhala, 8 p.m. Sept. 25 " Featuring guest artist Valerie DiLorenzo. Cost: $20, $10 for children and students.

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FESTIVALS American Heritage Festival, Woldumar Nature Center, see Saturday, Sept. 25. Michigan Renaissance Festival, Holly, see Saturday, Sept. 25.

FILM Celebrating the Classics: “Casablanca,” Celebration Cinema, see Thursday, Sept. 23.

FUNDRAISERS LAAN Aids Walk, Valley Court Park, 280 Valley Court Park, East Lansing, 394-3719, ext. 13,, 1 p.m. Sept. 26 " Registration begins at 10 a.m. Program, emceed by Tim Barron of WQTX-FM, begins at noon. Call or go online to register.

HOLIDAY Bestmaze Corn Maze & Trail of Terror, Bestmaze Corn Maze, see Friday, Sept. 24. Fall fun at the cider mill, Uncle John’s Cider Mill, see Thursday, Sept. 23.


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CANCER | Continued from page 07 photography project, passing out the pink fliers at the oncologist’s office and hospital. “Cancer happens to anybody,” she said. “Maybe that’s the reason why I got it, to speak out for the younger people that get cancer. I don’t know. There’s a reason for everything.” Allen hopes seeing the bald women’s portraits will make people think before they speak. “I’ve had some really nasty comments,” Allen said. “Like now I’m racist because I’m bald. Are you kidding me?” She was diagnosed with an the aggressive form of leukemia in June. She lost her hair after the first round of chemotherapy this summer. Since then, strangers have asked Allen why she’s “pulling a Britney.” And then there was the day she hopped out of the car to pump gas and forgot to put her hat on. “This guy was just staring so much that he didn’t notice a car backing up and they hit each other,” Allen said. Allen has weathered two rounds of chemotherapy, spending weeks at a time in the hospital. The treatments started with doctors pumping liquid she called “Rocket Fuel” through her veins. It made her sweat bright orange like an athlete in a Gatorade

commercial. “(The aftertaste) is like sucking on an exhaust pipe from a vehicle, Allen said about the chemotherapy. “It’s awful.” Allen’s fiancee, friends and family have been there every step of the way, many shaving their heads, too, and spending afternoons playing Skip-Bo in the hospital. “I don’t ask why it happened or how it happened,” Allen said. “They’re the kind of questions I wouldn’t get answers to. Supposedly it’s nothing to do with genetics. I just try to focus on how I can stay happy for today. I’ve got too much to live for. My fiancee and son, my family, doing nursing and helping other people. I can’t slow down a whole lot.” She has one more batch of hospital visits and procedures to go through in the coming weeks. This time, she’ll have her little brother Johnny, 22, by her side. Her best bet for remission now is a stem cell transplant from her brother, who they recently found out is a 100 percent match. “I always knew we were quite a bit alike, but I didn’t know we were that much alike,” Allen said. Her brother finished his military service last week. (I told him) you’re right on time,” Allen said. “Because I need your body to go fight my body and save my life.”


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When a friend recommended Thai Kitchen recently, I was clueless as to where it was. Across from Coral Gables? In the same plaza as Plato’s Closet? Oh. The restaurant is kind of tucked away, and if you’re not looking for the place specifically, you might miss it.

2843 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing, 332-8866 • 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Thursday • 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday-Saturday

THE SCENE Right after we were seated, we were served waters — with a pitcher. I love when places do that so you’re not flagging someone every time you need a refill. The restaurant is one big open dining area, with tables taking up as much space as possible. While there was a handful of other diners during our visit, I’d imagine it can get fairly packed.

THE FOOD Paul was a newcomer to Thai food, so I suggested he

go with the safe choice — pad Thai. It comes with your choice of chicken, beef, pork, tofu mixed vegetables, or shrimp or scallops for a bit more. He ordered his with shrimp ($6.13). I wanted to get something different than a noodle dish, so I ordered the tofu delight ($5.66), which comes with steamed rice. We also ordered the crab rangoons as an appetizer ($2.95). They came out right away, four crispy fried rangoons filled with warm cream cheese, and a side of

sweet and sour sauce. They were definitely a hit, and the fact they weren’t greasy made them even better. The portion of Pad Thai was fairly big — stir-fried rice noodles with Pad Thai sauce, bean sprouts and shrimp. Ground peanuts and shredded carrots came off to the side and had to be mixed together. The dish was both tangy and sweet, the noodles a bit mushy with the sauce. My tofu delight was very heavy on the ingredients — broccoli, baby corn, bean sprouts, nappas (type of cab-

bage), carrots, mushroom and onion, stir-fried with brown sauce, which tasted peanut based. It was quite a lot to eat, especially with the rice. It didn’t have a lot of bite to it, but it got the job done of filling me up. While I was looking to try something different, I’ll stick with a noodle dish next time.

THE DAMAGE $15.93 (including tax but not tip)

NEXT TIME The Pad See U is another version of Pad Thai but made with egg ($5.66).

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DOWN, SET, HIKE GRANOLA BARS INGREDIENTS • 3 cups quick-cooking oats • 1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk • 2 tablespoons butter, melted • 1 cup flaked coconut • 1 cup sliced almonds • 1 cup miniature semisweet chocolate chips • 1/2 cup sweetened dried cranberries • 1/2 cup raisins DIRECTIONS • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease a 9x13 inch pan. • In a large bowl, mix together the oats, sweetened condensed milk, butter, coconut, almonds, chocolate chips and cranberries with your hands until well blended. Press flat into the prepared pan. • Bake for 20 to 25 minutes in the preheated oven, depending on how crunchy you want them. Lightly browned just around the edges will give you moist, chewy bars. Let cool for 5 minutes, cut into squares, then cool completely before serving. Adapted from


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Tofu delight at the Thai Kitchen includes stir-fried broccoli, baby corn, bean sprouts, nappas cabbage, carrots, mushrooms and onion.

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Full spectrum of emotions Elation after MSU win dampened by coach’s heart attack The thing about writing a weekly sports column is that you need to attempt to plot out a vague schedule for yourself in order to stay current, fresh and remotely sane. I try to plan columns based on big games, controversial issues and hot topics getting tossed around cubicles, tailgates and water coolers. However, there are times when the plan gets scrapped. Lives (and sports) don’t always adhere to an agenda. Sometimes, you’ve just got to react and wing it. I wasn’t planning on cracking open the can of Spartan football goodness until we started conference play with Wisconsin on Oct. 2. I wasn’t planning on jinxing what I hoped would be a stellar start prior to our first true road test in Ann Arbor the week after that. In the gloriously simple words of everyone’s favorite local mouthpiece on television and radio: “It is what it is, and that’s the way it is.” There’s no question that our guys in newly minted Spartan green didn’t plan on winning an overtime thriller against Notre Dame on the most audacious fake field goal play-call in the last decade. They also didn’t plan on almost losing the man who orchestrated it on the same night. In the first hours of Sunday, at a time when he should’ve been basking in the satisfaction of a victory and well-deserved nationwide attention for his players and staff, Coach Mark Dantonio experienced something that no one plans for. His “mild heart attack” hit the Spartan football community with a second adrenaline jolt in a matter of four hours. Many woke to morning TV programs

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sprinkled with few details of the incident. We all clamored for good news. It came, eventually. Coach D is now resting at home, recovering with family. He’s undoubtedly starting to coordinate his return to his team and his sideline, and we’ll anxiously await that time. It’s difficult to quantify the lessons taken from this past weekend for the roster of young men Coach Dantonio is charged with — but I can be certain that the sequence of events on Saturday evening will remain with all of them, and us, for a long time. The sheer juxtaposition of emotions was enough to warrant a Bob Costas special. (Seriously: c’mon NBC.) To state the obvious, it’s things like this that remind us that the games we watch and the people we cheer are somewhat trivial in comparison to the lives we lead outside of sports. Coach Dantonio is expected to make a full recovery and lead MSU for the remainder of the 2010 season, and that news is more satisfying than any victory. I think the players in green and white this season will be playing with something new in their hearts — something bigger than desire for wins and losses, something more poignant than passion. They’ll be playing with knowledge of how fleeting triumph can be, and how overcoming the unplanned, together, can make them stronger and more powerful than ever before. Andi Osters, 28, is a Michigan State graduate.


House, 121 S. Bridge St., Grand Ledge, 372-0945, www.lansing, 3 p.m. Sept. 26 " Featuring Robert Oster, founder and artistic director of the Lakewood Area Choral Society, and organist Scott Smith. Cost: $10 in advance, $12 at the door.

Artini in the Alley Café Con Leche will perform on Saturday at “Artini in the Alley,” a martini fundraiser for the new Art Alley in REO Town. “Artini in the Alley” is sponsored by REO Town Grille and REO Town Pub. Works of art by locals including needle sculptures by Marti Liddle-Lamenti and embellished handmade paper by Tamar Aldrich will be on display and on sale. A $20 ticket includes admission, three drink tickets and 15 percent off orders at the REO Town Grille or the REO Town Pub after the event. • Artini in the Alley featuring Cafe Con Leche • Art Alley, 1133 S. Washington Ave. in Lansing • Saturday, Sept. 25 • 7 to 9:30 p.m.


David McWilliams CD release performance, Perspective2, 319 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing, 853-5880, happenings, 5-7 p.m. Sept. 26 " Mid-Michigan jazz trumpeter will debut original compositions from his new CD. Cost: $12.50 in advance, $15 at the door, $10 for students in advance, $12 at the door. Jazz Doggz, Stober’s Bar, 812 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 487-4464, 10 p.m. Sept. 26.

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“How to Build a Planet,” Abrams Planetarium, see Friday, Sept. 24.

18th Annual Capital City River Run, Lansing Center, 333 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing,

485-8116, ext. 43, www.ccriverrun. org, 7:30-8:30 a.m. Sept. 26 " Half marathon and 5K walk/run starts at 8:30 a.m. in front of the Lansing Center and finishes at Adado Riverfront Park. Two children’s races begin at 9:20 a.m. on Grand Avenue near Adado Riverfront Park. Proceeds to benefit Impression 5 Science Center. Register in advance online. Cost: $55 for half marathon, $27 for 5K, $5 for children’s races in advance, $5 more day of.

SINGLES Pleasure Walk, Fenner Nature Center, 2020 E. Mt. Hope Ave., Lansing, 484-3340, 3 p.m. Sundays " with Lansing Nonsmoking Singles.

SPECIAL EVENTS Greater Lansing Housing Coalition Annual Home Tour, Glencairn Neighborhood, East Lansing,, noon-4 p.m. Sept. 26 " Featuring

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Aesop Bops, Wharton Center, 09.27.10 Cobb Great Hall, East Lansing, 884-5115, www.whartoncenter. HOLIDAY com, 1:30-3 p.m. Sept. 26 " Fall fun at the cider mill, The show teaches children about Uncle John’s Cider Mill, see sharing and friendship through a Thursday, Sept. 23. potpourri of Aesop’s classic stories. Cost: $8. ROCK “Blue Door,” Williamston The F------ Hotlights, Josh Theatre, see Thursday, Sept. 23. David and the Dream Jeans, Mk Ultra Culkin, “The American Clock: Past Chaz Bracx and the Tight Hopes Mirror Today,” MSU Teens, Mac’s Bar, 2700 E. Auditorium, see Thursday, Sept. 23. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 484-6795, “The Taming of the, 9 p.m. Shrew,” Hannah Community Sept. 27. Cost: $5. Center, see Friday, Sept. 24. “Trial of Tom Sawyer,” Mid-Michigan Family Theatre, see Friday, Sept. 24.



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Explore some new barley-and-hops brews

Horn Dog Barley Wine Style Ale

Flying Dog has everything going for it — a history with the late author Hunter S. Thompson, labels by Thompson’s longtime illustrator, the outrageously original Ralph Steadman and, yes, really good beer. The brewery made its name with a variety of strongly hopped ales but can also make quality traditional beers when it wants to. Its Kerberos Tripel, for example, is a fresh-tasting, well-balanced example of the Belgian style. So it’s no surprise that Horn Dog, its barleywine offering, is among the better choices on the shelves. Horn Dog is rich, creamy, malty, chewy and warming in all the ways you want a barleywine to be. It differs a bit from many examples of the style with its darker color — light brown with red highlights instead of tanorange. This shows up in the taste as dark fruit and caramel malt, where many barleywines have more of a caramel-vanilla profile. Horn Dog is low in carbonation, so don’t expect


much of a head or a prickly mouthfeel. It’s not a still beer by any means, but it definitely invites sipping, as opposed to big gulps. The use of hops is interesting. Their presence is low-key during the initial taste — just enough bitterness to keep the sweet malt from becoming too overpowering. In the aftertaste, however, the hops become a bit more prominent without lending any off-flavors. Although you can tell Horn Dog is a strong beer, there is no vodkalike presence at any time, indicating a decent amount of aging before bottling. The only downside to my taste of Horn Dog is that it made me think of the coming winter. Flying Dog beers have wide distribution around the U.S. and a location finder is available at Beer-FindOurBeer.aspx.

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


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Bar spotlight Nuthouseisn’tjust forsportsenthusiasts Festive bar is a go-to for young professionals The day I visited the Nuthouse in downtown Lansing, I was under the impression that I needed to beat the crowd as there was some sort of basketball game occurring that day. Or maybe it was football. Football is in the fall, right? I say this to express exactly which type of sports fan was walking into and about to evaluate this sports bar: the so-not-asports-fan type. I typically steer clear of sports bars, lest I get overwhelmed with the chestbumping, booyah-ing, 400-footHD screens. Imagine my surprise and delight to find none of these at the Nuthouse. Sure, it’s undoubtedly a sports bar and there were many televisions displaying sporting events, but even with the pre-MSU-Notre Dame crowd beginning to fill up the high-top tables (yup, it was football), the place was downright tasteful. Pleasant even. “The main difference (between us and the typical East Lansing sports bar) is that we basically have professionals and older alumni here for the games,” said Nuthouse manager Jason Evans. “It’s just as intense, just as much fun, but everyone is just looking to have a beer and watch the game.” Now this is a sports bar philosophy I can get behind. And while this still did not inspire me to watch any games, I did have a really good beer. The Nuthouse just increased its taps to 16, including more craft beer varieties, such as the Frankenmuth Brewery’s Munich Dunkel and Shorts’ Bellaire Stout. The food selection is grow-

ing as well. While the menu’s variety and depth is already around 435 percent better than your typical sports bar, Evans reported that new dinner options are on the way. “Come January, we’ll expand to include seafood, pasta dishes and chicken dinners for a more well-rounded menu,” he said. Most popular currently is the Nutty Cheesebread, featuring a smattering of delicious herbs, fluffy pita and melted cheese. It comes with dill sauce too. The Nuthouse is now celebrating its 15th year. “In the summertime we’re al-

ways busy with Nuttyfest and Thirsty Thursdays,” Evans said. During these days the bar fences off their adjoining parking lot and throws outdoor parties complete with DJs, live bands and liquor luges. Throughout the year, in addition to sports, the restaurant/ bar features deals all week long, including $2.50 pints and call drinks on Tuesdays and Game Day specials.

THE NUTHOUSE Info: 420 E. Michigan Ave. , Lansing 517-484-6887 www.nuthouse Hours: 11 a.m. to midnight Sunday through Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.Thursday through Saturday. Family-friendly factor: The Nuthouse is a wholefamily event before the sun goes down. Kids eat free on Mondays, and there were a number of green-and-white children running around during my visit. Hook-up factor: Strangely high, considering the aforementioned family friendliness. I get the feeling that after the kiddies go to bed and the fourth quarters are running out, the Nuthouse is awash with young professionals. On the horizon: A specialty drink called the “Nutty Bowl.” Rumor has it there will be “gummy somethings” involved. In case you didn’t know: Not down with football or other highly-organized sports? The Nuthouse plays all of those games, but also frequently hosts large crowds of people watching pay-per-view cagefighting matches. Which is, evidently, something that exists.

Natalie Burg is a writer and cheerleader of Michigan businesses — particularly ones with wine lists and numerous beers on tap. E-mail her at

could be picking up on (MARCH 21 APRIL 19): As the sun moves what he or she is really

Our pop culture experts tell us what’s on their radar


FILM Celebrating the Classics: “The Wizard of Oz,” Celebration Cinema, 200 E. Edgewood Blvd., Lansing, 393-7469,, 1:30 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. Sept. 28 and 30 and 11 a.m. Oct. 3. Cost: $3.

David Sedaris tickets available, Schuler Books & Music, 2820 Towne Center Blvd., Eastwood Towne Center, Lansing, 316-7495,, 9:30 a.m. Sept. 28 " Get tickets for author and humorist Sedaris’ Nov. 15 stop to promote his book “Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk.” First 100 tickets are free with purchase of book and guarantee a seat; after 100, tickets are free with no purchase necessary. Signing will be held after talk. " Girls’ Night Out presents Maryjanice Davidson, Schuler Books & Music, 2820 Towne Center Blvd., Eastwood Towne Center, Lansing, 316-7495,, 7 p.m. Sept. 28 " Meet the New York Times bestselling author of The Undead Series and her newest book, “Me, Myself and Why.”


Charlie and the Tune-as, VFW Post 701, 123 N. Rosemary St., Lansing, 485-1656, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 28. " Suburban Euphoria, Green Door Blues Bar & Grill, 2005 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 482-6376,, 9:30 p.m. Sept. 28. "

Wed 09.29.10

COMEDY Comedy Held Hostage, Connxtions Comedy Club, 2900 N. East St., Lansing, 374-4242,, 8 p.m. Sept. 29 " Cost: $5 in advance or $8 at the door.

(NOV. 22 - DEC. 21): Your partner might want to renegotiate certain aspects of your relationship. Saturn is reminding you that it takes two to form a partnership.

work late, you’ll insist that he come home and spend time with you.

- MAY 20): You could be

invited to lots of social events. Attend business networking seminars, cocktail parties, and workshops.


LITERARY Book signing with John Sanford, Schuler Books & Music, 1982 Grand River Ave., Meridian Mall, Okemos, 349-8840, 7 p.m. Sept. 29 " Best selling mystery author of the “Prey” series and his newest release, “Bad Blood.” "


Chris Diener, Enso, 16800 Chandler Road, East Lansing, 332-7678, 6-9 p.m. Sept. 29. " Don Middlebrook and Living Soul, Reno’s East, 1310 Abbot Road, East Lansing, 6-10 p.m. Sept. 29. " Grand Scam, Green Door Blues Bar & Grill, 2005 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 482-6376,, 9:30 p.m. Sept. 29. " Jay Wilford, Courthouse Pub, 160 W. Maple St., Mason, 676-6941, 7 a.m.-11 p.m. Sept. 29. Pete Trappen, Reno’s West, 5001 W. Saginaw Highway, Lansing, 321-4406, 6-10 p.m. Sept. 29. " Scott Seth, The Post, 213 Ann St., East Lansing, 332-7678, 8 p.m. Sept. 29.

THEATER “The American Clock: Past Hopes Mirror Today,” MSU Auditorium, see Thursday, Sept. 23.


(AUG. 23 SEPT. 22): The fall equinox



(MAY 21 JUNE 21): Someone could


fall for you in a major way. The sun is putting you in the spotlight. Maybe that cool guy you’ve been crushing on for months will decide to ask you out.


European exploitation films: In the ’70s, if a film made more than $200 at the box office, you could expect a wild, askew take on it to be imported within six weeks. Italian film producers were most notorious, bankrolling any and every ripoff of an American property, so long as the flesh was abundant and the gore plentiful. And bless them for it. Make no mistake; “Starcrash” is a shameless, purposeful “Star Wars” ripoff, with an even smaller budget, less cohesive story and more Joe Spinell. It is also a blast of bikini-wearing, lasershooting, David Hasselhoffstarring galactic insanity. And while it doesn’t have the skin and viscera normally associated with Italian cult films, it still entertains from intro to end credits. Shout! Factory presents the first proper U.S. DVD release of this sci-fi campfest. As part of the recurring “Roger Corman’s Cult Classics” series, it is loaded with supplementals (an entire 2nd disc!) and is a must-see for all “Star Wars,” sci-fi and cult film afficianados.


CANCER (JUNE 22 JULY 22): Your intuition is

strong right now, so pay attention to those psychic flashes. If you have a vivid dream about someone, you

this week will bring you loads of positive energy. If you become inspired to make a big change to your romantic situation, go for it.


CAPRICORN (DEC. 22 - JAN. 19): It’s

important to maintain friendships outside your romantic relationship. The sun is reminding you that you can’t expect one person to satisfy all your social and emotional needs.

AQUARIUS (JAN. 20 - FEB. 18): You’ll feel

your sign for several weeks, and this will increase your romantic luck.

the urge to travel as the sun increases your wanderlust. If your sweetheart can’t go away with you, try traveling on your own.



is increasing your desire for lots of tender touch. You’ll want your lover’s exclusive

20): You could have an intense heart to heart chat with someone as the moon enhances your need for quality communication.

23): The sun is moving into

(OCT. 24 NOV. 21): A sensitive moon

A B O U T T HE L I P S T I C K M Y S T I C Jennifer Shepherd is an astrologer and syndicated columnist. Read more at

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TAURUS (APRIL 20 Fall fun at the cider mill, Uncle John’s Cider Mill, see Thursday, Sept. 23.

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HOLIDAY Fall fun at the cider mill, Uncle John’s Cider Mill, see Thursday, Sept. 23.

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(517)505-2455 MALE Dark Red with white beautifu l social girl, Vet (517)541-3454 spot on chest and on back chkd., health guar., extra feet . Lost in S mith Ave/ Mt nice. $400. 517-676-4091. GREAT DANE PUP-S 7 wks., Hope area. Answers to UTILITY TRAILERS blk., brindle. AKC- UKC, PUPPIES SAM. Please call Rick: BOSTON TERRIER W/GATE, new 77x12 1095, $1,000. S hots & ears. AKC reg., fema les $450, (517)894-4996 77x10 995. plus others, 810-449-2729/517-993-7639. males $300. 989-268-5830. new open carhauler LOST CAT Near Mt. Hope & $1850 (517)490-3176 HANDICAPPED, PUP,S AKC Ve t , KITTEN, C omanche, Okemos. Male BOXER NEEDS home; 7 months, , checked, tails, dews. 4 fe(neutered) gray & brown male, paralyzed f ront leg, males, 3 males. Taking destriped short-haired tabby, not in pain, does n’t slow posits. $550. 517-812-2392 no white. VERY FRIENDLY. him dow n, loves outdoors. REWARD. 517-333-8940. BOXERS AKC REG., 7 pup$10. (517)281-1936 LOST CAT Williamston area. pies, 1 male, 6 fema les. ( 5 1 7 ) 3 4 9 - 5 9 1 9 Rowley & Dietz. Long $550 fema les, $500 male. lbgardner64 haired S iberian. Reward. Call 517-702-9573. FOR SALE 12 gauge Ithaca 517-206-0930. MALTE S E CKC - S hots, CHIHUAHUAS 1 tiny auto model 51, $275/best wormed, vet checked. LOS T PARROT, AMAZON, blonde, 12 wks. $375; offer . Mossberg 12 gauge $350-$450. Call 517-507young, green, yellow short & longhaired, 11 auto, w/simmons scope, 8628 or 517-267-9665. crown reward (517)351wks, $175 ea; 1½ yr old $450/best offer . 517-3326512 male $100. 517-812-6523. 5993 pr 517-712-0782 MALTESE PUPPIES AKC shots, wormed. $500. Call SANDY ORANGE STRIPED , CHIHUAHUAS AKC & CKC 517-627-6418, 517-614-9564 WINCHESTER MODEL 70, young cat, "Tiger" lost in registered. 2 pups & 2 338 cal., 3x9 scope; RemGlencarin S ub. E . Lansing. ad ults. $250-$350. ington Model 700, 280 cal. White chest & paws. RE 989-666-6486 MINIATURE PINSCHER 3x9 scope. Never fir ed. WARD. 517-337-3294. PUPS Purebred, cash only, $750/each. 517-543-8721 CHIWEENIES 7 weeks old, $200. Call 989-584-3059. 1st shots & wormed, very small. $250. 989-427-3205. MINI AUSIES NSDR born 811 shots wormed. Parents COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIE!S on site. $400 (517)605-5837 Good colors. 989-426-3866 Owosso or 989-246-0658 Karen. 3 Call

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YORKIE PUPS $400 YORKI-Poos & Malte-Poos $300 & U p NonS hed ToyS ize S hots 989.225.1367 YORKIE PUPS AKC S hots, wormed, vet @. $600-$800. / 517-404-3045 / YORKIE PUPS AKC & UKC Males & fema les, $350$600. Also, Teri-Poos, males & fema les, $250$300. Call 231-825-2733.

DENTAL ASSISTANT for busy general dent istry practice that foc uses on young childr en. Must be experienced, x-ray certified, good with childr en. Must be energetic, have great people skills and positive attitude. Fun, busy E . Lansing offic e working with dent ists new to the practice. Please send resume, via f ax to Pat Miller 517-908-0288.

Infor mation Technology Prof essional Assists in the planning, installation, implementation, and maintenance of computer systems, networks, and soft ware, heavily foc used on the support of the MSU Libraries’ two Xsan storage area networks; dev elops and maintains internal Web applications and relational d atabases; contributes as a team member within the Libraries’ S ystems unit working with U niversity community to support creation, preservation, access and maintenance of digit al content; other d uties as assigned. To view f ull job posting and apply online, visit https://job , position #4092. MSU is an equal-opportunity employer.

CERTIFIED AUTO TECH Full service repair shop seeks certified auto technician. Will consider someone working on certificat ions. Call (517) 812-5935 or e-mail resumes to

HORSE 5 YR old Gelded Paint, $500. Also, 2 MECHANICS whethered Pygmie Goats, HEAVY DIESEL Lansing $20. 449-3819 af ter 5pm School bus experience preferred but not required. Wages based on qualifica tions. Benefit pkg. Must be either ASE or S tate C ertified, NO exceptions. Positions open until filled. S ubmit resume to: Dean Transportation, Attn: HR 0930, 4812 Aurelius Road, Lansing, MI 48910







MCCARTNEY AND COMPANY, PC S eeks a bright, f riendly S enior Accountant. Q ualified applicants should have strong interests in accounting, audit ing & supervising. Minimum qualificat ions include: ûBachelor of Scienc e in Accounting; or MBA ûCPA or working toward CPA certificat ion ûProfic iency in use of computers & computer accounting softwa re programs ûAt least two (2) yrs experience in public accounting with progressive knowledge of audit ing, accounting tasks & tax knowledge C ompetitive pay & benefits package. Apply online at www.mccartneyandc ompanyjob No phone calls please.





Q ualificat ions: • Terminal degr ee in field of edu cation preferred, Master’s Degree required. • E xperience with national accredit ation models (TEA/C NCATE), as well as, S tate of Michigan Teacher E d ucation Program accredit ation required. • Assessment knowledge and experience required. • Teaching experience at the elementary or seconda ry level preferred. • Administra tive experience preferred. • C ollege teaching xperience preferred. Responsibilities of position:

3rd S hift C utting/ S preading Machine Operators Needed for Apparel Manuf acturing. Previous machine and computer experience preferred. Persons with dis abilities encouraged to apply. Wage range: $9-12 plus shift premium. E xperienced Industri al S ewers Needed for apparel manuf acturing. Previous sewing experience required. Persons with dis abilities encouraged to apply. Pay commensurate with experience Apply in person at: Peckham, Inc. 3510 Capit al C ity Blvd Lansing, MI through Frida y, S ept 24. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Bring a resume or specify position title on application

HAUNTED House & Hayride Need Fun People Thurs - Sun Oct. 15-31 Interviews: Tues. & Wed., Sept. 21 & 22 & Sept. 28 & 29 Call 517-627-5500

C lient S ervices C oordina tor C ontractual position in Battle C reek providing case management services including assessment, planning, ad vocacy, linking, coordina ting, and monitoring to assist customers in gaining access to needed health, fina ncial, housing, employment, and other services with a foc us on recovery. C ompliance with agency record keeping practices utilizing both electronic/hard copy for mats required. Professiona l liability insurance and acceptable d riving record manda tory. Must have certificat ion in the S tate of Michigan as a Licensed Bachelor’s Level or Master’s Level S ocial Worker (LBSW/ LMSW). S ummit Pointe is an E qual E mployment Opportunity organization. Application available at http://www. - submit to S ummit Pointe, Attn: Donna S wift , 140 W. Michigan, Battle C reek, MI 49017. COUNSELOR SHAR Inc., is contracted to provide treatment at a correctional f acility in Jackson, MI. Must have substance abuse and criminal j ustice exp. Will be trained to provide counseling to criminal sexual of fenders. S ome C ounselors must have mental health exp. Min of a Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s a plus) with licensure/certification. NO CALLS. EO.E S end cover letter, resume and salary requirements to SHAR, 1852 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit, MI 48208 or f ax to (313) 894-5542 ATT: Personnel-AB

• E nsure accredit ation by TEAC and ensure compliance with Michigan Department of E d ucation requirements. • Bridge the academy and MEALS ON WHEEL:S Of f ice professiona l life by bringAssistant in Mason & ing f aculty, school admin C harlotte locations. Kitchistrators, teachers and en C oordina tor position in students into a close relaC harlotte. Benefits, paid tionship. time off & pension. High • Develop a collaborative school diploma required. model that brings best Food service experience practices in teaching and RELATIONS preferred. S ee "TCOA.or g" PUBLIC learning to campus and ACO C UNT EXECUTIVE for more infor mation. the community. E xcellent opportunity with • Develop a partnership Lansing based fir m. Must with schools in Lenawee have 5 plus years exp. in Paramedic / Firefight er C ounty to dev elop innovabroad range of PR dis citive instructional models . plines including media reDelta Township is ac• Increase opportunities lations, issue managecepting applications for for students at Ad rian C olment, crisis communicaa f ull-time Paramed i c / lege to learn about the tions, social media , and Firefight er. This positeaching profession politics. Further det ails on tion requires a current through curricular and exCar eerBuilder’s posting. S tate of MI Department tracurricular experiences, S end a letter, resume and of Public Health Paraincluding coursework, writing sample with salary medic License, compleinternships, student teachhistory Attn: PR. hrms@ tion of the S tate of MI ing and volunteerism. EOE Firefight er I & II certifica • Initiate the dev elopment tion and Operational Levof a program of stud y at el HAZMAT certificat ion. the grad uate level that All qualified applicant lead s to a Master’s Deshould send their regree. sume and copies of above certificat ions to Review of applicants beLinda F. Wells, Delta gins immedia tely and conTownship Manger’s Of tinues until the position is fic e, 7710 W. Sagina w, filled. S end letter of interLansing MI 48917. Reest, resume, three profes sumes must be post sional refer ences and salmarked or received no ary expectations to: Ms. later then S ept 23, 2010. Julie S inkovitz, Teacher EOE E d ucation C ertificat ion Of fic er, 110 S outh Madis on, Ad rian Michigan, 49221. PART TIME WORK The position is a f ull-time $14.25 base-appt 12 month appointment Flex. sched. idea l for with administra tive supstudents, customer sales & port. service, condit ions apply, all ages 17+ 517-333-1700 Call TODAY!

Ear n up to $100 this week Now Accepting New Plasma Donors While saving lives. Please bring proof of addr ess, photo I.D., And S ocial S ecurity card or Immigration card. Talecris Plasma Resources, 3222 S . M.L. King Blvd Lansing 517-272-9044

SALON RED is looking for licensed stylist, massage therapist and nail tech. Full or part time. Please d rop resume off or stop in to fill out application, 3552 Meridia n C rossing Dr., Okemos, MI 48864. 517977-0361.

C ETERY EM SPACES E astBY OWNER- EXECUTIVE lawn Memorial Gardens , HOME close to schools & Okemos. Garden of Faith, 2 shopping. 3 possible 5 spaces side by side. Inbd rm., many ammenities. cludes 2 vaults. Toda ys Priced to sell. Call: 517price approx. $6000. S ell 230-7117 for $3900. 989-235-6506.

Journeyman N C C Machinist E mploymentGroup is recruiting for a Journeyman CNC Machinist for a Lansing-area manuf acturer that is a quality supplier of metal machined & stamped parts for the automotive, defens e, aerospace, and commercial indus tries, including projec t management. Requirements: Must be able to setup, program, and machine to print. Training will be done on 1st shift , then moving to 2nd and 3rd shifts. S trong background in manual machining (min 5-8 yrs). Journeyman C ertificat e preferred. Machining C ertificat e minimum. No felonies . Apply on-line at www.employmentgroup. com and then call our Lansing Offic e at 517.664.2990 for addit ional infor mation. 1125 Trowbridge Road, East Lansing, MI 48823

WELDER Heavy machine repair. Only those with NS3 M innershield experienced please apply. Must be willing to travel. Willow S t. Call John and leave msg., 517-290-2795.


DEEPDALE CEMETERY 4 spaces, choice location, redu ced to $1200 ea. or $4000 all 4. 517-882-3294.

QI S upervisor Responsible for coordina ting Q uality improvement activities with the goal of continuous quality improvement in the depa rtment. Assists in the dev elopment of improvement activities in relation to regulations, doc umenta tion, and other systems that support the clinical and billing record. Participation in process and outcome measurement, management and monitoring activities to support improvement and accuracy in process and clinical practice. Responsible for ident ificat ion of edu cational opportunities f rom perfor mance improvement activities to ensure quality processes and outcomes and implements Home Car e Perfor mance Improvement Plan in the branch. Assist with orientation process of new hires with emphasis on OASIS / doc umentation to meet regulatory requirements. C urrent license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the state of Michigan. Minimum of 3 years experience in homecare and 2 years in utilization review or related experience. We are proud to offer : E xcellent compensation package, outstanding benefit package including medical, dent al and vision coverage, tuition reimbursement plus much more. S end resume to j amieda@m or f ax to McLaren Visiting Nurse & Hospice, Human Resources at (810) 4968615. For addit ional infor mation call 810-496-8619. EOE

2001 SHULTZ mfg. home. 27x54 w/att’d garage 24x28, also covered rear porch, $59,900, psbl. short term contract. 499 S hade Tree Trail, S ycamore Village in Mason. 517-7492054, 517-628-2327



RELOCATE YOUR HOME AND SAVE! U p to $8,500 in relocation E xpenses, PLUS Discounted S ite Rent. $199*/mo. for 3 yrs. Amenities Include: µ C lubhouse µ Play Area µ Well MaintainedGrounds µ C onvenient Location µ E xcellent School S ystem µ On-S ite Management Call TODAY! S un Homes at Kensington Meadows (888)-605-2237 *Annual market

2002 POLAR KRAFT 14’ with 8hp Yamaha 4 stroke out board. 1 owner, incl. custom canopy, gas tank, two paddles . Less than 10 hours of use. $3000 or best 517-626-0400/517-930-4938 OUTBOARD MOTORSU S E D 2 through 25HP, some longshaf t, some elec. start, 2 line pressure tanks, 517-663-0576 PONTOON 24’ 1991 S weetwater New floor & carpet, Bimini top, 40 hp Johnson motor $3500. 517-230-4745.

increases apply. S ite rent returns to f ull market rate in 4th year. Home must satis f y community move-in requirements. E xpires 9/30/10 EHO

HONDA GOLDWING 1200 1985 Only 26,000 mi. New tires, blue, extras, excellent, $3500. 517-230-4745.



3 bd rm, 2 bath Mackinac S traits Health Over 1100 S q. Ft. S y s t e m is seeking a f ull All Appliances, W/D, C /A time C ertified Family Newly remodeled, Nurse Practitioner or a New Car pet and Paint C ertified Physician Assisthroughout home! tant. A minimum of 3 years Holt Schools , Pet Friendly of experience in primary All C redit C onsider ed! and urgent care required. NO APPLICATION FEES Your own patients, your Call S un Homes at own practice, your own OPHTHALMIC TECHNICIAN Kensington Meadows dec isions! We offer comTODAY! (888)262-1683 Large ophthalmology pracprehensive salary and benwww.kensingtonmeadows. com tice seeking motivated and efits and a flex ible working *cond. apply; fin. amt. dependable indiv idu al for environment. Interested 18,972/10.5% f ull-time position. Candi candia d tes can submit a int. rate, 12 yr. term inc. d ate must possess strong resume to Att: Human Redis c. site customer service skills. sources, 220 Burdette S t., rent of $302 for 3 yrs. Ophthalmology or optomS t. Ignace, MI 49781. Offer exp. 9-30-10 etric experience required. Please call 906-643-0457. EHO As a large group practice we offer competitive salMackinac S traits Health ary and benefits including S y s t e m is seeking a f ull profit sharing, 401k, time Family Medic ine health, vision, dent al, life, Physician. 5 years of f amiand dis ability. Please subly practice and urgen mit your resume along care/emergency experiwith salary requirements ence required. This is a to B. Tyron, LOPC, 2001 great opportunity to work ACC oolidge Road, East Lans- ROUND LAKE - LAKE on an autonomous role, in CES. 4 BR, 4 baths, 2,000 ing, MI 48823. Fax (517) a resort environment on sf, has separate apt., per337-1779. E -mail: beautifu l Mackinac Island. e f c t o f r d aycare or rental. E We offer competitive wagNew well. +/- 3/4 acre. es, commensurate with ex$69,900, all offers consid perience and a compreered. 828-226-9998 or 517PA NEEDED A ND RN hensive benefit package 290-2250, Mike for specialty offic e. Full and a flex ible work sched time. E xcellent benefits. ule. Please contact Human Reply to Resources for more infor or mation at 906-643-0457. call 517-214-2119 Optometric Tech/Medical Billing for medical eye and vision care. Medical insurance billing a plus. Friendly TEAM oriented environment. C ompetitive compensation, profit sharing, 401K, medical insurance, PTO. E mail resume or f ax 517-349-1788.


Ad rian C ollege Institute for E d ucation and Teaching E xcellence Ad rian C ollege, listed in the top tier of U .S . News and World Report as a Best C ollege in the Midw est seeks a Director for the new Institute for E d ucation and Teaching E xcellence. Affilia ted with the Department of Teacher E d ucation at Ad rian C ollege, the institute will provide services for under grad uates at our resident ial four year college in southeast Michigan.

CORNELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL subdiv ision. 2300 sq. f t., 4 bd rm., 2.5 bath. 2001 construction; upda ted in 2010. Priced for immedia te sale at: $189K. Realtors welcome. For appt. call: 517-202-6886,

HOLT 2 bd rm., $3,500. Little work needed. Financing available. 866-694-0821.

1997 HOLIDAY RAMBLER VACATIONER 32’ C lass A, comp. f urn., low mi. 27,786. $11,000/obo. 517-675-5262.



CAMPING MEMBERSHIP LIFETIME. Camp C oast to C oast USA/ Can ad a $10/night (fu ll hook-up). (Paid $1,595) Must S ell $595, 1-800-236-0327.


The Jackson C ounty Intermedia te School District is seeking applicants for the below positions: • School Psychologist • 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 and apply online, please go to: http://www.jc isd.or g


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SENIOR/ LEAD WEBLOGIC SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR Delta Dental Plan of Michigan, Inc., Okemos, MI has 2 openings for the aboveentitled position. S uccessf ul candia d tes will perfor m the follow ing d uties: develop, lead, schedu le, plan and coordina te work assignments, projec ts, internal policies and proced ures, and guidelines and standa rd s as they relate to WebLogic Platfor m 10.3/ 9.2/8.1 and Weblogic server clustering; plan, coordi nate and lead execution of the system backup and recovery job s and proced ures as they relate to Weblogic Application S ervers; lead Weblogic projec t and application implementation with other depa rtments; dev elop and des ign the Weblogic Infr astructure E nvironment and architecture for enterprise computing solutions and related components to achieve defined system level agreements; evaluate, recommend and lead the implementation of Middlew are and related softwa re technologies; establish security structures within and out of Weblogic S erver platfor ms; and provide Weblogic S erver technical assistance and support to both internal and external users of the corporation’s computing resources. Must have BS in C omputer Scienc e or related field, plus 5 years’ related work experience in Weblogic systems administra tion. Will accept any suitable combination of edu cation, training or experience. Job requires extensive knowledge of various Weblogic Platfor ms: "S erver", "Portal", "Workshop", "Integration", and "S ervice Bus" under Weblogic versions 8.1, 9.2 and 10.3. Also requires the skill sets to install, config ure complex J2EE applications. S ubmit resume to hr@d eltad No calls.

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ACCORD PROPERTIES S tudios , 1 & 2 Bd rms. Lansing /E . Lansing Area. 517-337-7900 AIRPORT NEAR 2 bd rm, clean, $525. heat & water incl. $300 sec. dep. 517323-4164 or 517- 482-6079.

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WORRY-FREE SENIOR LIVING At Abbott Parkside S enior C ommunity û Large 1 & 2 bd rm apts for $695-800 û FREE HEAT! û Fun resident activities ûPrivate building with elevator system û Very C lose to all major shopping & entertainment û C overed parking available û Professiona l S taff Call toda y-- Apartments are going FAST!


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1 MONTH FREE VILLAS OF WOODGATE Rent starts at $430 INCLUDES HEAT! Free Gym Membership S ecurity Deposits as low as $99

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ST. JOHNS- INCOME BASED 2 BDRM. TOWNHOME.S Beautifu l Park setting. C lose to schools & shopping. Laundry hookup. SUNTREE APARTMENTS 1100 S unview Dr. 989-224-8919 EHO

WAVERLY/ WILLOW Large 2 bd rm, air, appliances, carpeting. Heat pd. $560 mo. Call 517-3519321 or 517-694-8988.


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Great Location near I-96 Huge Walk-In C losets Laundry Rooms, Pool (517) 394-0550 C ondit ions Apply. www.woodb ridgelea S . SIDE very nice, clean, quiet 2 bd rm., $475, washer/d ryer hookup. 517-388-0584.

307 N . CHESTNUT #2 1 Bed * 1 Bath * Finished Attic $550 517-349-7355 910 E . JOLLY RD. 2 Bed * 1 Bath $575 Call about Move-in S pecial 517-3497355 ASPEN HOLLOW APTS Now Leasing 2 bd rm apts starting at $560/mo. Call or stop by toda y! 1402 Georgetown Blvd. 517-393-5444

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AUTO OWNERS/ WAVERLY Lg. clean quiet deluxe 1&2 bd rms, f rom $525, no pets. Free heat. 517-7124915, 202-3234, 323-1153 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.



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DEER CREK MANOR APTS Williamston S tudios starting at $375 1 bd rms starting at $475 2 bd rms S tand ard starting at $575 2 bd rms Deluxe starting at $675 Only 1 Left ! Call C yndi 517-285-8343 EATON RAPIDS 1 bd rm. apt., a/c & appliances, $390/mo. + heat & elect. Water, sewer & trash service provided. Very clean & f resh paint. No pets, no smoking. Q uiet dow ntown bldg. 517-663-1834 GRAND LEDGE 2-3 bd rm. fir eplace, garage, central air, washer & d ryer, $750$850. 517-282-9669 or 517-349-8000 GRAND LEDGE quiet 1 bd rm. $455. 2 bd rm. $550. Inc. heat. For nonsmoking responsible indiv idu al or couple. No pets. 627-9085

HASLETT - 5705 Potter, near lake. Large 2 bd rm. 1.5 bath, fir eplace, central air. U tility room with washer/d ryer hookup. No pets, $595/mo. incl. water. Call 517-372-8000 or 517349-8345 HASLETT SCHOOL District S mall, 3 bd rm, no pets or smoking. Q uiet area. No WD hookup. $575. 517-339-8674 HOLT: 1 BE DROOM , $450 + depos it. Air. Free heat, water, trash pickup. C oin laundry. 1960 Aurelius Road. Busline. Applications, up f ront. ** 586-292-3681 **

KIWANIS VILLAGE A senior community 62 years of age or dis abled of any age. Located in Mason, MI is currently accepting application for 1 bedr oom apartments. U nits of barrier f ree des ign may also be available. For affor able housing starting at $417 Call 517676-6290 TDD # (800) 6493777

MASO-N COUNTRY SET TING, 1 bd rm., WD, CA. $525 incl. util. 517-490-5804

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C LONIAL O VILLAGE AREA: 1 bedr oom Q uiet Area. No S moking, No Pets. Call 517-485-4300 DELUXE APT. RENT starts $550 util incl. Beautifu l 40x60 flow ered patio w/ built in charcoal grill. 517- 482-8196 DOWNTOWN/ SOUTHSIDE 2 bd rms. Move-in S pecial. $490-$585 517-321-1040


1 OF THE AREAS NEWEST 3 & 4 bd rm. for immedi ate move in. Private entry, personal WD. CALL TODAY! 517-887-1000

HASLETT Lakefr ont o n 5826 ORC HARD CT. C lean 3 bd rm, 1½ bath, f ull baseLake Lansing w/doc k, ment with W/D hookup. gazebo, beautifu l view. New carpet, appliances. patio or dec k. Luxury 2 Fenced backyard, private bd rm w/ offic e, condo/ dec k. C entral air. $800 + apt. New maple kitchen, utils. 517-332-9255. black/ stainless appliances, carpet, air. W/D. some COUNTRY SET fir eplace & granite, No big BEAUTIFUL TING, 3 bd rm dow nstairs dogs , incl lawn, trash,snow MASON LARGE 3 bd rm., unit, plenty of storage, ga$895 to $975. 517-853-6307 dow nstairs apt. Fireplace, rage & barn on 5 acres, dec k, basement. $800 + most pets welcome. utilities. 694-1755 d ays, Laingsburg. 10 mins. to I676-9178 wkends . C ell 50569 or 127. $650 mo. + half 5875 wkends & nights. utils. 989-627-3855. MASON LARGE 3 bd rm., GREAT LOCATION IN dow nstairs apt. Fireplace, Groesbeck. 4 bd rm., 2 dec k, basement. $825 + bath. Open flr . plan, bonus utilities. 694-1755 d ays, ATTRAC TIVE 2 bd rm., newly f amily room, hard wood painted, newer carpet, 676-9178 wkends . C ell 505flrs., dis hwasher, washer/ neutral colors, kitchen 5875. d ryer, fenc ed yd. Pets appli., fir eplace, ceramic okay. $1,100/mo. bath. C leaned. S torage, Move in for $199 when you 517-420-7554 yard, quiet area. 1624 sign a 12 mo. lease! Parkvale. No dogs . $670 + Forest View Apts, Haslett utils. + dep. 517-337-1007. * Immedia te Occupancy HOLT * C ozy 1 bd rm apts $560 2 bd rm. d uplexes. * PET WELCOME Nice yard. $650 & $560 * S ingle level bldg w/ priwater & sewer included. vate entries 517-694-1899. * Washer/Dryer hook ups in utility room HOLT L C EA!N 3BR, 1.5BA, * Vaulted ceiling in living W/D hookup, Dishwasher, room Air, Private Drive, Yard, 1799 WOODSIDE, E .L. 3 Bed * S torage access S hed. No smoking or pets. * 1 Bath * S hared Garage * Lovely wooded setting $750/mth includes water & $990 517-349-7355 * C lose to everything sewer. 517-507-3887 Call toda y for info and tour! 517-349-2250 SING - 112 W. Thomas, 2 BDRM TOWNHOMES for LANcomletely C ondit ions apply. remodeled, 2 $595/mo. w/ garage, W/D bd rm., 1 bath, central air, hookup, bsmt. or balcony. WD hookup. Fenced in NOW LEASING S pecials available! Call for yard. Near school & park. det ails! The Brookshires N o application fee & $595 + util. & dep. (517)394-0736. f ree credit check 517-627-3552 AIRPORT AREA TOWN 1 Bedr ooms LESLIE AREA 3010 HOME 2 & 3 bd rms, $695- MASO-N S tarting at $415 Annis Rd. Beautifu l coun720, carpet, patio, bsmt. Free Heat try setting, 2 story + f ull Must see. 517-321-1040. Water, sewer, bsmt. 3 bd rms., 1 1/2 trash included. baths, kitchen, dec k off BLUE WATER VILLAGE Riverview Village dining area, liv. rm., att. Dimonda le, near GM Delta Apartments garage, W/D hookup, plant. New 2 & 3 bd rms, 2 632 Riverview Lane appli. f urn., $825 sec. dep. baths, starting at $700 Apt. C 1 $825 mo. + utils. C redit & trash incl. all applianEat on Rapids MI 48827 check. No pets, no smokces, bsmt., pets welcome. 517 663-2800 ing. 517-589-8362. Call 517-749-1714 or www.meda 517-372-6250 TTY# 1 800 649-3777 MASON Okemos Schools . Professiona lly Managed 1685 S tillman. 2 bd rm., 1.5 EDGEWOOD VILLAS 2&3 by Meda llion bath, completely remod bd rm townhomes only Management Inc. eled, on 2 acres. Att’d 1 car $549-699. Call to schedu le Pet Friendly garage. $800+ utilities. No a tour! 517-887-5000 ∫ pets/ smoking. For more info., 517-930-1575 GRAND LEDGE LG 2 bd rm Townhouse, 1.5 OKEMOS- CUT,E VERY PRIWEBBERVILLE2 bd rm. bath, f ull bsmt, garage, VATE, Lg. wooded lot. 1 d uplex, 2 car garage, $695+ utilities. Newly bd rm., enclosed garage & $740/mo. 517-521-3242 or remodeled. dec k. U pgraded kitchen, 810-923-0910. 517-339-2486 bath & new wood flrs are brightened by skylight & open flr plan. Fireplace & WILLIAMSTON2 BDRM, U pda ted lg. automatic garage door GRAND LEDGE: NEW APPLIANCES & car1200 sq. f t., 2 bd rm., + opener a plus. Incl. lower peting. kitchen, dining bsmnt., laundry. 1.5 bath, 2 level storage and WD room, liv. room & dec k. story. Garage, lg. kitchen hookup. $785. 517-899-0417 C lose to dow ntown & & bd rms,. w/balcony. schools. $550/mo. 517Fresh paint, newer carpet. 655-1743 PORTLAND APTS No big dogs . $750 + util. 517-853-6307 has spacious airWILLIAMSTON DUPLEX condit ioned 2 bd rm apt NEW construction, 4 LARGE upda ted 2 homes read y for immedi - MASON bd rm., 1 1/2 baths, launbd rm., 2 story + bsmnt. ate occupancy. Move in tod ry, all appliances includ laundry hookup, carport, d ay for $299. Call 517-647ed. $950 mo. 517-202-6886. fir eplace. Patio w/ court4910 to tour your new yard. Newer carpet, applihome! ances, laminante & paint. Trash, lawn, major snow WILLIAMSTON 2 BDRM., incl. No big dogs . Nice 1 bath, recently remod area. $715 +. eled, 1 car garage, $675 517-853-6307. mo. + utils. Call 517-2850575. MASO:N MOVE IN 2124 PLEASANT VIEW S P E C I A L . 2 BR, 1 bath 2 bd rm., f ull bsmt., shared bsmt. with locked garage, fenc ed yard, storage/laundry, air, fen$750+ util. (517) 482-8771 ced backyard. $610 mo. 517-230-3885,517-202-1781 MASON 2 & 3 bd rm. fir eplace, central air, washer/ d ryer. $750-$900. 517-282-9669 517-349-8000

519 S . HAYFORD in Lansing 2 Bed * 1 Bath * Garage $645 * Call For Move-in S pecial 517-349-7355 813 W. LAWRENCE C harlotte 3 Bed* 1 Bath*Lg. Yard $795 517-349-7355

Payments starting as low as $599/mo. 3 Bed/2 Bath, Over 1000 S q. Ft. All Appliances, W/D, CA, Holt Schools , Pet Friendly . No Application fees ! REDUCED S ecurity Deposits. Call S un Homes at Kensington Meadows Toda y! 1-888-258-2412 www.kensingtonmeadows. com E xp. 9-30-10 EHO

AFFORDABLE HOMES 1-4 bd rms, S ection 8 OK. Pets OK. Move in special! Flexible terms available. $395-$1095. 517-651-1374

CHARLOTTE 4968 Wheaton Rd., 4 bd rm., 1.5 bath 2 story 2000+ sq. f t. f armhouse. Full bsmnt., f uel oil heat. 517-622-6059 or www.sunda ncefa milyhomecenter. com DANSVILLE SCHOOLS Williamston addr ess. 5 mi. f rom I-96, 30 min. commute to Lansing or Howell. 1 bath, 2 lg bd rms., 1 den, quiet country home w/lg backyard, smoke f ree, $750 mo. 517-231-1902.

S . LANSING , 5142 BOGART ST., 4 Bd rm., 1.5 bath home, 2 car garage, AC, $1,000; Near S . KMART, 708 Armstrong Rd., 2 bd rm., 1 bath d uplex, avail. 10/1, $550; Near I-96/Miller Rd., 6118 Grovenburg Rd., 2 bd rm., 1 bath, $600. ALL in nice areas, have clean d ry bsmnts., fenc ed yard s, are near bus, WD hookups. S ec. 8, pets & MSHDA OK. 517-410-7257. ~LANSING~ 1-4 BDRMS Available! S ection 8 OK. $450-$850. Call Mark at 517-482-6600

DEWITT 3 BDRM, 1 car garage, No basement. $800/mo + util & dep. NO PETS! 517-669-9798 EATON RAPIDS 10929 Bunker Hwy, 3 bd rm., 2 bath, 1344 sq. f t., ranch home. Full bsmnt., 2 car garage. $850/mo. +. 517-622-6059 or www.sunda ncefa milyhome

LANSING 1803 DONORA, lease to own, 2 bd rm/ 1 bath, hard wood floors, appliances included. WD hookup 2 car det atched garage, $650/mo + $650 dep. No pets/d rugs. 517749-2482. L A N S I N G - 2 bd rm d uplexes and 1 & 2 bd rm. apts. $500-$675. Local owner cell 989-550-1181.

EATON RAPIDS 11727 Bunker Hwy, 2 bd rm., 1 bath, 1408 sq. f t., 2 story f armhouse. Full michigan bsmnt. $650/mo. +. Avail. 9/1 517-622-6059 or www.sunda ncefa milyhome

LANSING-4 BD/2 B a Home for $44,900. Payments as low as $285/mo. Call Now 800-240-0578 LANSING HOME 2 story 3 bd rm., for mal dining ,new kitchen, Call 517-641-7271 or 517214-7648.

GRAND LEDGE 1 bd rm., on the river, patio dec k, f urnished, washer & d ryer, 10 mo. lease. Call 602-3009672.

GRAND LEDGE 714 E . Maple. 3 bd rm., 1.5 bath, 2 car garage, lg. yard. $975+ util. 482-8771

LANSING HOME For rent. Neat & clean, 3 bd rm., 1st fl. laundry. Call 517-641-7271 or 517-214-7648.



3 Bed/2 Bath, All Appliances, W/D, CA, 2-Car attached garage, No Application Fees Redu ced S ecurity Deposits. $799/mo. inc. site rent and trash removal. Call S un Homes at 1-888-894-3451 E xp. 9-30-10 EHO


~LANSING~ 1-4 BDRMS Available! S ection 8 OK. $450-$850. Call Mark at 517-482-6600

SOUTHEAST LANSING 3 3 BDRM., ENCLOSED back bd rm., 2 baths, loft , air, porch, f ree Granger servbsmt., dec k, great neighice, very clean house, no borhood. No pets. $755 + pets. $750 mo. 517-388depos it. 517-393-8970. 2661.


MASON 600 E C olumbia. 2 bd rm., 1.5 baths, lg. yard, $750+ util. Call 517-482-8771. NICE

3 BDRM. house in quiet neighorhood on corner lot. Near busline, parks & schools. Hard wood floors, many upda tes, newer appliances. No pets. $750 /mo. + 1st mo dep. Ref. 517-204-2334

OKEMOS 2144 Kent S t. 2 bd rm., 2 bath, fin. bsmt., 1 car det . garage, great wraparound dec k. Newly remodeled, appliances, close to shopping/ busline. $1000+ util. S ec. dep. & application fee. 517-980-1014


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PORTLAND- 3 bd rm., 1 bath ST JOHNS – S JOHNS 211 Wight S t. 3 ranch. 2 1/2 car garage, T Only $340/Mo! Lease to bd rm. home. No smoking f ull bsmt., appliances, C /A, Own! Your Own Home! or pets. $750 mo + dep. & smoke f ree. No pets. Q uiet Over 1,500 sq.ft . New Car util. 989-224-7851 subdiv ision. Near I96. $800 pet & Paint ~ Many more per mo., $700 sec. dep. Imto choose f rom!! JOHN/S FOWLER media te occupancy. 517- ST. THE MEADOWS S C HOOLS -4 bd rm. f arm647-2242. (989) 224-7707 house + liv. & din. rm., of fic e & playroom. 1 car at- WAVERLY 2 BDRM home, tached garage, large yard. RURAL OLIVET 3 bd rm, 2 appliances, W/D hookup, $800+ util. 517-449-5392. bath, dis hwasher, washergarage, large yard, $650 +. d ryer, C entral Air, attachAlso, spacious upper d ued garage, $700 mo. + dep. plex, 2 bd rms., appliances, Good credit & ref. req’d. garage, $625 +. No smok517-282-8050, 517-648-2103 ing or pets. Safe, quiet, private park. 517-484-8220.

ST JOHNS: Two bd rm immaculate ranch with 1 1/2 baths, partial finis hed bsmt., det ached two car garage, W/D hookup, private yard, yard maintenance incld. No pets. 306 N. Morton S t., $850.00 (989)640-1412

WILLIAMSTON - 5 bd rm., 3 bath, split level country home on 5 acres. 2 car garage. Gorgeous dec k, pet okay. Horse run-in - horse okay. 20 minutes f rom MS.U $1,500/mo. 231-2583413 SUBSCRIBE TODAY

MOBILE HOME FOR rent E LEWOOD, FL. condo in Deposit required, no pets. NG 55+ comm. 5 min. f rom S ec. 8 welcome. gulf. 2 BR-2BA. Fully f urn., 517-482-4322 newly remodeled w/new appliances. One car gar. 3, 6, 9, or 12 month terms. No smoking-No pets. $1,600 mo. w/util. incl. Pictures avail. 517-623-6190.


PERRY Lansing Rd. at M52. S uper location, 200 f rontage on Lansing Rd. 3500 sq.ft . commercial bldg. Big parking lot. $1200. Call 517-381-9808

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 SUBSCRIBE TODAY

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Chevrolet COBALT LT 2007 COUPE $8900 52500mi, 4cyl, Red, Auto start, nonsmoker, CLEAN 517-719-8765 CAMARO 1996 $6,500 Red, w/T-tops, black leather, manual, 96700mi. 517-899-3622

Dodge 2500 PICK UP, 2001 $7500 57K mi., 2wd, clean, AC, AM/FM cassette. Good condit ion. 269-763-2921

INFINITI I-30 2001 $5,500 Black 4 d r. S eda n, sunroof, V6, 137,500 mi. Bose w/CD, 1 owner. 616-560-4639 Lansing


$2,200/BEST 517-627-3076

TAURUS SE 2000 $2,700 Priv. Owner, pwr seat/pw/pl/pm, clean, 164K mi Well maintained 517-668-6092


NISAN PATHFINDER LE 2003 BLUE $9,299 6 cyl, lthr, 105000mi. 4wd, moonroof, new tires 517-449-4834

Toyota Lexus LEXUS ES330 2005 $21,500 4dr , moon, pearl blue, lthr beige, 1 owner, 29700mi. E xcellent cond. Fully loaded. (517)303-6332

MERCEDES BENZ 560 SL 1989 White, Parchment int., 56,000 mi. E xcellent cond. MERCEDES 190 1993 Gold, 33,000 mi., Florida car E xcellent cond.

CHEVY UPLANDER LS 2008 $11,800/OBO 7 pass., 3.9 V6, 43,000 mi., S teel blue over light gray 517-230-4745 HANDICAP VANS USED, BOUGHT & SOLD Mini & f ull size 5751 S . C eda r - Call Dale 517-882-7299

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2002 SAAB HATCHBACK $4600 137k, runs great, 30+ mpg. New AC compressor. E xcellent condit ion 517-482-6043

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Jaguar JAGUAR VANDENPLAS 1986 Black, doe skin int., 68,000 mi. Good cond.


$15,000 517-896-6875 $5,700 517-351-5322

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CIVIC EX, 2004 $9,400 38K hwy. mi. S ilver, grey int., sunroof, newer tires. Good condit ion 989-682-4339

PONTIAC MONTANA SV6 2006 6 cyl, Lthr, DVD, 61250mi., Gray

ACCORD EX- L 2004 $9,350 4 cyl, CD changer, Lthr, 110,000mi., Black 517-719-0258

HANDICAP VANS USED, BOUGHT & SOLD Mini & f ull size 5751 S . C eda r - Call Dale 517-882-7299

COROLLA LE 2010 $13,250 ASKING PRICE White w/gray cloth, pw, pl, cruise, CD, 32K mi. f actory warranty 517-202-3687

Trucks DODGE DAKOTA SLT 2005 $7,500 Q uad Cab, 3.7L, 6 cyl, 4WD, ac, ps, CD, 120Kmi., Red 517-381-7900 CHEVY S -10 ’8 2 82k mi., V6, 4 speed. Must see.

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C EVY H SUBURBAN LT 1500 2002 $5900 5.3L, all pwr, new tires, wheel barings & f uel pump E xcellent cond. 517-525-0445 CHEVY SILVERADO 1987 $4900/OBO S hortbox, 327 auto w/3K mi. Absolutely beautifu l, too much to list. Must see. 517-643-2023



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VENTURE LT 2001 $6450 98K mi., burgundy over lt gray, pwr sliders 517-230-4745

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DEAD/ ALIVE 517-487-8704

Junk Cars Wanted BUYING JUNK CARS 7-da ys per week!!!

$50-$500 269-420-2676

PAYING TOP $ For j unk cars, trucks or vans. C lean yard = happy wife. 517-543-0825, 269-832-9780 BENJAMIN & SON A1 TOWING WANTED Junk cars, vans & trucks. Top $ paid . 517-372-9737 DEAD OR ALIVE Sal vage cars, trucks, vans. Free towing. We beat all offers. 517-482-2260


BMW 325X i 2004 $18,000 4 d r, auto, moonroof, sports pkg. 56700 mi. 1 owner. E xcellent cond. (517)303-6332

CONTOUR SE, 1999 105K mi., 4 d r., tan Good condit ion.



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