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Fall fun at the cider mill, Uncle John’s Cider Mill, 8614 N. U.S. 127, St. Johns, (989) 224-3686, 09.30.10, open every day " Inflatables, corn maze, fruit ART GALLERIES fling, kids’ corral, gemstone mining, Jack B’s Annual Art Show, nature trail, pumpkin patch, straw Wheaton’s Framing & Art Gallery, bale maze, train and wagon rides, 427 S. Jefferson St., Mason, cider and doughnuts, concessions, 676-5199, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Sept. 30 gift shop, bakery, winery and and 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Oct. 1 " Genre more. is abstract expressionism. Corn maze, pumpkins and FILM more, Rowe’s Pumpkin Patch, Celebrating the Classics: 4047 W. Columbia Road, Mason, “The Wizard of Oz,” 676-9360, www.rowespumpkin Celebration Cinema, 200 E., 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Edgewood Blvd., Lansing, 393-7469, Wednesdays through Fridays and, noon-6 p.m. Saturdays and 1:30 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. Sept. 30 Sundays, through Oct. 31 " Corn and 11 a.m. Oct. 3. Cost: $3. maze, you-pick pumpkins or already gathered, corn cannon, hay Mid-Day Movie, Capital Area rides, farm train, obstacle course, District Library Downtown Lansing snacks and refreshments, picnic Branch, 401 S. Capitol Ave., area, petting zoo and more. Cost: Lansing, 367-6363, 2 p.m. Tuesdays $6 per person for corn maze. and Thursdays, through Dec. 23 (no film Nov. 11 and 25) " Movies LIBRARIES suggested for adults will be shown Michigan’s Otherside, Delta on the big screen in the auditorium. Township District Library, 5130 Call for info. Davenport Drive, Lansing, 321-4014 ext. 4,, 6-7:30 p.m. HOLIDAY Sept. 30 " Take a trip through Fall fun, Andy T’s Farm Market, the haunted world of Michigan with 3131 S. U.S. 27, St. Johns, (989) Amberrose Hammond, author of 224-7674,, “Ghosts and Legends of Michigan’s 9 a.m.-8 p.m. daily in October West Coast.” " " Pumpkins, you-pick or already gathered, gourds, Indian corn,

LITERARY Author Signing with Liz Troldahl, Everybody Reads Bookstore, 2019 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 482-6656, archives/7672, 6-8 p.m. Sept. 30 " Author of early-reader books. Author Steve Lehto, Capital Area District Library Downtown Lansing Branch, 401 S. Capitol Ave., Lansing, 367-6363, 6:30 p.m. Sept. 30 " Author of “Michigan’s Columbus: The Life of Douglass Houghton” and “Death’s Door: The Truth Behind Michigan’s Largest Mass Murder.” Books will be available for sale and signing. Spitfire Poetry Reading Series, featuring Seth Walker, Scene Metrospace, 110 Charles St., East Lansing, 319-6832,, 8 p.m. Sept. 30 " Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Cost: $4, $3 for students.


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German band ‘Accept’ back after 14 years Anne Erickson | NOISE

It’s entirely possible that if it weren’t for German metal band Accept, speed metal wouldn’t exist. After all, many call Accept’s early-’80s song, “Faster Than a Shark,” the first speed metal song ever, inspiring musicians to make a whole career out of the lightning-bolt fast genre. “Again and again, I hear people took that song as an inspiration to start down the whole speed metal path,” guitarist Wolf Hoffmann says. “That’s one of the nicest comments I hear, and I’m proud and happy that we as a band achieved that.” With their swift, aggressive riffing and explosive live shows, the guys of Accept gained international success in the ’80s, before lead vocalist Udo Dirkschneider called it quits. Now 14 years later, the band is back with new singer Mark Tornillo. They play Saturday at The Emerald Theatre in Mt. Clemens, along with metal legend King’s X.

Hoffmann spoke with NOISE about how the industry has changed since the ’80s and the band’s new album. NOISE: How has the music industry changed since the ’70s and ’80s? Hoffmann: In so many ways. Back in the day, it was all about selling records, and you would support the records by going on tour. Now, you make records to support the tour. The Internet changed everything. But one thing is still the same: If you’re into heavy metal and like good music, you have to go out there and see it personally. NOISE: What was it like going back into the studio 14 years after your last release? Hoffmann: Oh, man, it was great. So much has changed. Now everything is in Pro Tools and works on laptops. Before, it was all analog and recording on actual physical tape. NOISE: Tell us about the songwriting process on the new album, “Blood of the Nations.” Hoffmann: It was all written in steps. Usually, Peter (Baltes, bass player) and I did the initial song writing. We wrote 30 or 40 songs out of which we picked the

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strongest ones, and Mark did the lyrics. NOISE: What’s the most memorable thing about making music again? Hoffmann: Just to be back in the business, talking to people like you and the fans. It feels pretty nice that we have this opportunity and that people still remember us after all these years. NOISE: It must feel great to play shows again. Hoffmann: It’s a thrill like you wouldn’t believe. We recently played some shows with AC/DC in Europe in front of 80,000 people, and if you told me that a year and a half ago, I never would have believed it. But there were people there, singing along, raising their arms. These people really came to see AC/DC, but they loved our stuff, and to have them get into it like they did is really mind-blowing and nice.

New Orleans Wine Dinner, Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center, 55 S. Harrison Road, East Lansing, 432-4000,, 7 p.m. Sept. 30 " Featuring New Orleans cuisine and wine prepared by State Room Executive Chef Mike Clyne. Part of the One Book, One Community program featuring Dave Eggers’ “Zeitoun.” Reservations required. Cost: $65 includes tax and gratuity.



Jedi Mind Trip, Rick’s American Cafe, 224 Abbot Road, East Lansing, 351-2285,, 10:30 p.m. Sept. 30. Cost: cover. VAR I ETY

Chip Christy, Blue Gill Grill, 1591 Lake Lansing Road, Haslett, 339-4900, 7-11 p.m. Sept. 30. " Dan MacLachlan, Mark’s Watershed, 5965 Marsh Road, Haslett, 999-7433, 7-11 p.m. Sept. 30. " Don Middlebrook and Living Soul, Reno’s West, 5001 W. Saginaw Highway, Lansing, 321-4406, 6-10 p.m. Sept. 30. " Matt Foresman, Enso, 16800 Chandler Road, East Lansing, 332-7678, 6-9 p.m. Sept. 30. " Mikael Kraig, Harrison Roadhouse, 720 Michigan Ave, East Lansing, 337-0200, 7-10 p.m. Sept. 30. NE Thing Goes, Colonial Bar and Grille, 3425 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Lansing, 882-6132, 9 p.m. Sept. 30. " Ray Townsend, Ryan’s Roadhouse, 902 E. State St., St. Johns, (989) 224-2550, 7-11 p.m. Sept. 30. " Rush Clement, Reno’s East, 1310 Abbot Road, East Lansing, 6-10 p.m. Sept. 30. "

Tierney Sutton Band, Wharton Center, Cobb Great Hall, MSU campus, East Lansing, 432-2000,, 8-10 p.m. Oct. 1. VOCAL

“Blue Door,” Williamston Theatre, 122 S. Putnam St., Williamston, 655-7469,, 8 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays, through Oct. 17, plus 3 p.m. shows on Oct. 2, 7 and 16. " After a math professor’s wife leaves him, he’s jolted from the rut of his life and ends up accidentally conjuring his ancestors, from the slavery era to Black Power days. Cost: $15-$24. “The American Clock: Past Hopes Mirror Today,” MSU Auditorium, 149 Auditorium Road, East Lansing, 432-2000,, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 30; 8 p.m. Oct. 1-2; 2 p.m. Oct. 3 " Tony Caselli directs this Arthur Miller play. Cost: $12, $8 students.

Men of Soul, Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave., Detroit, (800) 745-3000,, 8 p.m. Oct. 1 " Featuring Jeffery Osborne, Peabo Bryson, Freddie Jackson and Howard Hewett. Call or go online to purchase tickets. Cost: $39.75-$75.75.



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Old Town Oktoberfest, Old Town, Turner Street and Grand River Avenue, Lansing, 485-4283,, 6-11 p.m. Oct. 1 and 2-11 p.m. Oct. 2 " Featuring authentic German food, live polka music, dancing and souvenir mugs filled with German-style beer. Cost: $13 in advance, $25 weekend pass, free for kids 12 and younger.



East Lansing Film Fest Fundraiser featuring Bob Seeley & Bob Baldori, East Lansing Hannah Community Center, 819 Abbot Road, East Lansing, 333-2580,, 8 p.m. Oct. 1 " An evening of jazz, blues, boogie, stride and rock featuring Michigan’s boogie-woogie virtuosos performing on two grand pianos. Cost: $20-$80.

River City Extension Even though it has spent much of this summer on the road supporting big acts like Lydia and Saves the Day, River City Extension still manages to book some headlining shows, and that includes one on Friday at Mac’s Bar. The New Jersey-based group has set a precedent in folk-rock for its experimentation, blending elements of punk, country, folk and world music and employing a plethora of orchestral instruments. Its ingenuity got the attention of XOXO records (The Gaslight Anthem, This Charming Man), which inked the group this year and supports its current full-length, “River City Extension and the Unmistakable Man.” Future plans for the 10-piece outfit include full US tours. • River City Extension, Hot Goss • Doors 5:20 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1 • Mac’s Bar, 2700 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 484-6795 • $8 in advance at; $10 day of Anne Erickson

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Harvest Music Fest, Riverview Community Church, 3585 Willoughby Road, Holt, 694-3400, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Oct. 1 " Monies raised will benefit the Lansing Area Aids Network, local food banks and other Lansing area community service projects. Local bands will perform. All ages are welcome. Call or visit Riverview to purchase tickets during office hours. Cost: $10, $25 per family includes food and beverages.


HOLIDAY Bestmaze Corn Maze & Gifts or Creatures Trail of Terror, Bestmaze Corn Maze, 3803 Noble Road, Courtesy photo Williamston, 521-BEST, R I V ER V I E W C HUR C H, 6-10 p.m. Fridays, 1-10 p.m. Saturdays and 1-9 p.m. Sundays through Oct. 31 The First Annual “Harvest Music Fest” takes place " Only cash accepted. UnderFriday, Oct. 1, at Riverview Church in Holt. The event is the-sea themed maze this year. See website for more details. a fundraiser for the Lansing Area AIDS Network (LAAN) Concessions available. Cost: $7 per and Compassion @ Riv, the latter which serves a variety person; family and group discounts of local organizations including Rebuilding Together available. Ingham County, The Holt Food Bank, Shared Pregnancy, Christ Lutheran Soup Kitchen, Barefoot Foster Park ProCorn maze, pumpkins and gram and Riverview Meals Team (supporting local area more, Rowe’s Pumpkin Patch, families at Thanksgiving and Christmas). see Thursday, Sept. 30. Local bands Gifts or Creatures, Doug Mains and The Corn Mazes, City Folk and Theme and Variation will perform. Ticket Slaughterhouse and price includes food and beverages. Haunted Hayride, Grand • First Annual “Harvest Music Fest” featuring Gifts River Corn Maze, 5781 W. Grand or Creatures, Doug Mains and The City Folk and River Road, Fowlerville, 223-9148, Theme and Variation, a benefit for the Lansing Area, AIDS Network (LAAN) and food banks open from dusk until the last • 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1 body drops every Friday and Saturday in October " Award• Riverview Church, 3585 Willoughby Road, Holt winning haunting. Cost: $12 for • Tickets are $10/person or $25/family and can be slaughterhouse and haunted corn purchased by calling 694-3400 field, $13 for haunted hayride, $22 Anne Erickson combo, $6 for haunt-free corn maze, free for children 4 and younger. Fall fun, Andy T’s Farm Market, with u-pick apples, cider, pumpkin, Fridays and see Thursday, Sept. 30. patch, and petting zoo. See website Saturdays in October " Haunted for more details. events. Haunted Barn, Wagons of Fall fun at the cider mill, Fear and The Dead Maze. The Last Uncle John’s Cider Mill, see Ripley’s Haunted Acres, Ride, a burial simulator, is a ride to Thursday, Sept. 30. 9580 Carlisle Highway, die for. Non-haunted corn maze for Vermontville, 726-0187, Fall fun on the farm, Peacock the faint of heart. Cost: $7 each, Road Tree Farm, 11854 Peacock event, $15 for all three, $5 The Last 9 a.m.-midnight Fridays and Road, Laingsburg, 651-9193, Ride, $5 corn maze . Saturdays and 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Sundays, Wednesdays and Terror on 27, Terror on 27, 10 a.m. until dark weekends Thursdays by reservation, through intersection of U.S. 127 and M-57, through October " Wagon rides, Oct. 24 " Haunted barn, Ashley, (989) 875-3271, pig racing, hay stacks, cowboy professionally designed corn maze, " From dark games and more. Picnic areas and concessions, pumpkins and gourds, until 11 p.m. Oct. 1-2, from dark concessions available. Call or see bonfires, corn cannon, pig races, to midnight Friday and Saturday website for more details. goat walk, pumpkin train rides and nights and from dark until 10 p.m. Haunted Cider Mill, Country hamster challenges. Cost: $8 for Sunday nights Oct. 8-Oct. 31. Two Mill Orchard, 4648 Otto Road, the haunted barn, $7 for the corn on-site attractions including the Charlotte, 543-1061, maze, $10 for the haunted woods, new “Kill Zone Paintball Shoot.” Call, night $20 for the combo, discounted or see website for more details. hours: 7-11 p.m. Fridays and rates for children ages 4-11, free for Cost: $6 per attraction, $10 for Saturdays; day hours: 1-5 p.m. children ages 3 and younger. both. Saturdays and Sundays, through Shawhaven Haunted Farm, The Boneyard, 5010 Green Nov. 1 " Haunted house, hay rides, Shawhaven Farm, 1826 Rolfe Road, Road, Stockbridge, www.boneyardtrain rides, corn maze, haunted Mason, 676-1649, www.shawhaven, family attractions earlier in house, and play area for kids, along

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the day and haunted attractions from dusk until midnight, Fridays and Saturdays through Oct. 30 " Family attraction with theme weekends, kiddie corn maze, moon walks, hay ride, fun house and games for the family. Three haunted attractions: The Deadwood Forest, Scarecrow Hollow, and the Tent of Terror. Family attractions earlier in the day and haunted attractions from dusk until midnight. See website for weekly themes and dress up for the occasion.

Gandhi’s Influence on Modern Indian Art, MSU International Center, corner of North Shaw Lane and Red Cedar Road, East Lansing, 353-1680,, 4-5:30 p.m. Oct. 1 " Presented by Professor Karin Zitzewitz. Sponsored by MSU Asian Studies Center. "


Frog and the Beeftones, Center Stage, 1785 W. State Road, Lansing, 482-2280, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 1.


Lansing Symphony Masterworks 2: Tchaikovsky and Sibelius, Wharton Center, Cobb Great Hall, East Lansing, 487-5001,, 8 p.m. Oct. 1 " With Timothy Muffitt conducting works by Vaughan Williams, Sibelius and Tchaikovsky. Cost: $12-$45. C OUNTRY

Rock Canyon, Whiskey Barrel Saloon, 410 S. Clippert St., Lansing, 351-5690, www.whiskeybarrel, 9 p.m. Oct. 1-2. Cost: cover. INDI E

Small Houses, Double Saginaw Familiarity and Graham Parsons, Scene Metrospace, 110 Charles St., East Lansing, 319-6832,, 9 p.m. Oct. 1 " All-ages show. Cost: $5. REC I TALS

Sarkis Baltaian, piano, MSU Music Building auditorium, West Circle Drive, East Lansing, 353-5340, 8 p.m. Oct. 1 " Guest artist recital. Cost: $10, $8 for seniors, free for students and those under 18. ROCK

Group Therapy, Classic Pub & Grill, 16219 S. U.S. Highway 27, Lansing, 484-4808, 9:30 p.m. Oct. 1-2. " Updraft, Colonial Bar and Grille, 3425 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,

“How to Build a Planet,” Abrams Planetarium, MSU campus, East Lansing, 355-4672,, 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 4 p.m. Sundays, through Nov. 21 " John de Lancie narrates this show exploring the forces that shaped the Earth and allowed for the creation of life. Cost: $3, $2.50 for seniors and students, $2 for kids 12 and younger.

SHOWS AND SALES 11th Annual Durand Quilt Show, Durand First United Methodist Church, 10016 E. Newburg Road, Durand, (989) 413-1771,, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 1 " More than 160 quilts including youth entries, consignment items, vendors, AQS quilt appraiser, lunch available. Cost: $5 donation.

SPECIAL EVENTS Girls Night Out, Imagine This LLC (Life, Love, Community), 227 S. Bridge St., Grand Ledge, 643-3526,

Pulaski Days, Federated Polish Home, 1030 W. Mount Hope Ave., Lansing, 202-6243, 6-11 p.m. Friday and noon-11 p.m. Saturday " Live band and authentic Polish foods. Yes! presents “Release,” Creole Gallery, 1218 Turner St., Lansing, 487-9549,, 8 p.m. to midnight Fridays " Spoken word, music, mix and mingle. Cost: $5 cover.

THEATER “Blue Door,” Williamston Theatre, see Thursday, Sept. 30. “Fortinbras,” Riverwalk Theatre, 228 Museum Drive, Lansing, 482-5700,, 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays, Oct. 1-10 " “Monty Python” meets “Hamlet” in this comedy, where almost every character that died in “Hamlet” returns as a ghost. Cost: $12, $10 for seniors, students and military personnel. “Starry Night,” Starlight Dinner Theatre, 3131 W. Michigan Ave.,


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DANCES Strictly for Fun Ballroom/ Swing Dance, Central United Methodist Church, 215 N. Capitol Ave., Lansing, 712-6674, 7 p.m. Oct. 2 " 7 p.m. intermediate cha cha lesson, 8-10:30 p.m. general dancing. Snacks and refreshments provided. Cost: $10 dance only, $8 students with ID dance only, $5 for lesson.

EXHIBITS Lansing Sisters in Stitiches’ Third Annual Quilt & Crafts Exhibition, Faith United Methodist Church, 4301 S. Waverly Road, Lansing, 882-0661, noon-6 p.m. Oct. 2 " Featuring a variety of handmade items that women crochet, embroider, knit and needlepoint for a number of faith-based charities in the community.


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ponies through an obstacle course, horse drawn wagon rides, Peanut the performing pig, pig races, piggy bathing, petting zoo, horse and pony rides, and more. Reservations required. Cost: $8 for adults, $11 for kids.

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“The American Clock: Past Hopes Mirror Today,” MSU 1 0 . 0 2 . 1 0 Auditorium, see Thursday, Sept. 30. ART OPENINGS “The Complete Works of Artist Reception, Gracie’s William Shakespeare,” Place, 151 S. Putnam St., LCC Black Box Theatre, Gannon Williamston, 256-8335, Building, 411 N. Grand Ave., Room, 168, Lansing, 483-1488, 2-4:59 p.m. Oct. 2 " Featured at, 8 p.m. the reception are Second Monday Fridays and Saturdays, Oct. 1-9 Artists Juanita Baldwin, Rebecca " Four actors perform all 37 of Case, Gretchen Foster and Peggy Shakespeare’s plays in one night. Lovejoy. Call for tickets or purchase at the door. Cost: $10, $5 for students, CHILDREN’S seniors, LCC faculty, staff and ACTIVITIES alumin. A day with the animals, “Trial of Tom Sawyer,” Northfork Farms & Outback, 3637 Mid-Michigan Family Theatre, 440 Morrice Road, Webberville, Frandor Ave., Lansing, 339-2145, 881-9142, www.northfork, 7 p.m. Fridays and, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and Saturdays, 3 p.m. Sundays, through 2-4 p.m. Oct. 2 " Torpedo the trick Oct. 3 " This production is the first pony, grooming and leading the

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of five plays sponsored in part by the Thomas Cooley Law School as part of the Stage of Law Series. On Oct. 1 there will be a special talk back session with Professor Chris Church who will talk about how the law deals with children. Cost: $6 for adults and kids age 6 and older, $4 for kids younger than 6.


Dr. Gunn, Unicorn Tavern, 327 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing, 485-9910, 9 p.m. Oct. 1-2. " Homespun, Barn Tavern, 207 S. Bridge St., Grand Ledge, 622-8686, 9:30 p.m. Oct. 1. " Nick May, Harrison Roadhouse, 720 Michigan Ave, East Lansing, 337-0200, 7-10 p.m. Oct. 1. Ray Potter, Enso, 16800 Chandler Road, East Lansing, 332-7678, 7-10 p.m. Oct. 1. " Root Doctor, Green Door Blues Bar & Grill, 2005 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 482-6376,, 9:30 p.m. Oct. 1. Cost: cover. Soulstice, Irish Pub & Grill, 1910 W. Saginaw St., Lansing, 482-3916, 9:30 p.m. Oct. 1. " WLNZ Grand River Radio Diner, Lansing City Market, 325 City Market Drive, Lansing, 483-7460,, noon-1 p.m. Oct. 1 " With Cloud Magic from 12-12:30 p.m. and Aaron Gase from 12:30-1 p.m. "


Lansing, 243-6040,, 6:30 p.m. Oct. 1-2 and 8-9 " A musical revue featuring local “stars” performing a wide range of musical numbers. Directed by Linda Granger. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m., with show at 7:30 p.m. Reservations required. Call or go online to purchase tickets. Cost: $30, $25 for seniors 62 and older and students 5-22 with student ID, $15 for show only.

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Volunteers gathered at the Texas Roadhouse in Lansing last week as part of a fund-raising project with Care Free Dental Clinic. The proceeds from the lunch went to benefit the clinic, which treats needy patients.

GIVE A LITTLE BIT Lunch with a Purpose connects volunteers across mid-Michigan

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ever doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Especially if they have Hamburger Helper. Lunch with a Purpose started on a frigid February afternoon in Lansing. Six friends served 10 pounds of Hamburger Helper for lunch at the Ronald McDonald House, a home away from home for families of seriously ill children who are hospitalized or receiving treatment at Lansing area hospitals. Among the inaugural members of Lunch with a Purpose were former NFL football player and MSU alum T.J. Duckett and Justin Caine of Good Fruit video. “I was taking pictures on my phone of everyone cooking and having a good time,” Caine said. “When I got back to the office, my Facebook was totally covered with messages that said this is awesome, I want to get involved, are you doing it again?” That’s when Caine, 27 and Duckett, 29, realized they might be onto something.

For more volunteer opportunities around Lansing, go to

GATEWAY COMMUNITY SERVICES • What: Gateway’s programs include street outreach, counseling, GED tutoring and skills training for area youth. It needs volunteers to work with teens in the shelter and through street outreach, and donations of household and hygiene items are always appreciated. • Where: 2875 Northwind Drive in East Lansing • Info: or (517) 351-4000



• What: The non-profit serves Lansing neighborhoods and is always looking for volunteers to work in its offices, tend its gardens, help youth with homework and assist with other projects and events. • Where: 1012 N. Walnut St. in Lansing • Info: or (517) 999-2894

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• What: Haven House provides temporary shelter for homeless families and services to help them succeed. Volunteers are needed to help cook and maintain the shelter, plan children’s activities or share other skills. • Where: 121 Whitehills Drive in East Lansing • Info: or (517) 337-2731

VILLAGE SUMMIT • What: Village Summit is a foreclosed home that neighbors transformed into a community center. The Summit offers job search assistance to adults, computer access, community garden and a positive environment and activities for area youth. Donations of books, computers, school supplies, time and ideas are always welcome. • Where: 119 E. Barnes Ave. in Lansing • Info: or (517) 580-7969

CAPITAL AREA CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING • What: CACIL is one of nearly four hundred Independent Living Centers (CILs) around the country. It teams up with Habitat for Humanity to assist in the building of ramps, offers assistance of food to those in need, classes in braille and sign language and more. • Where: 2812 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Lansing • Info: or (517) 999-2760

ALLEN NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER • What: Volunteers are needed to work with programs in Lansing’s Eastside neighborhood including: GardenHouse, Community Soup, Allen Street Farmers Market, Kinship Care Support Group, Youth Service Corps, Bread Basket, Kids Time, Senior Discovery Group and others. • Where: 1619 E. Kalamazoo St. in Lansing • Info: or (517) 367-2468

SOUTH SIDE COMMUNITY COALITION • What: The South Side Community Coalition provides educational programs, job training, life skills, and recreational opportunities for the youth and community members on the south side of Lansing. Volunteers are needed to assist with these programs. • Where: 2101 West Holmes Road in Lansing • Info: or (517) 394-6846


The odd couple has teamed up before for the Battlefield Brawl, a flag football tournament that raised money for the Sparrow Foundation. They’re both drawn to volunteer service that doesn’t just consist of stuffing envelopes or stumbling through the multitude of forks at a fancy dinner. It’s not that they have anything against silent auctions, but it’s not their style to do something without making some noise. “We want to be able to find things that are going to excite people and make them want to give their time, to make it not feel like a chore,” Caine said. “A lot of people giving a little bit of time makes a huge difference.” Lunch with a Purpose visits a different local non-profit each Thursday, tackling a project in about an hour. So far, its lunches have ranged from giving blood to giving out stuffed animals to kids at the hospital, painting a shed to clearing debris at a playground. Caine calls it diversified giving, and said that young people are often more willing and able to give time than money. Duckett agrees, and said philanthropy that involves some sweat makes people feel more connected Matthew Dae Smith | NOISE to their community. T.J. Duckett and Justin Caine were “celebrity servers” last week at the Texas Roadhouse in Lansing as “When you are actually out there part of a volunteer fund-raising project through Lunch with a Purpose. and you’re actually helping out, you’re actually rubbing elbows and show up each week for the lunch“It’s such a small town in so many communicating, it’s a whole differtime events. Several of the projects ways, but there are so many things ent (level of understanding),” Duck- have involved helping make and out there that people don’t even ett said. “Now you’re connected. serve lunch at local shelters and faknow about,” Griffon said. “Social Now you’re invested.” cilities for the elderly. media changes everything. It went The goal of Lunch with a Purpose “They don’t even necessarily from us talking about it to within is to remove as many barriers to want your help with the dishes and a few months there were over 800 giving back as possible for a genera- the serving,” Griffon said. “They just members on the Facebook page.” tion that’s often balancing a job with want you to go hang out with the The ranks are a hodge-podge group school and family. people, listen to them, give them of people, mostly in their 20s and 30s, “There’s a lot of people that want to something to do, something to look which sometimes puzzles the staff at help out, that want to do things in the forward to.” the organizations they’re helping. community but either don’t take the Each week, in addition to the “When we go to these places now, time to investigate what’s out there group giving its time to a non-profit everyone says ‘so do ya’ll work toto do or things are too overwhelming organization, Caine’s production gether? How do you know each othof a commitment,” Lunch with a Purcompany, Good Fruit, creates a vider?” Griffon said. pose organizer Sara Griffon said. eo about the organization receiving She said Duckett’s experience as Caine is more direct. help to introduce it to Facebook fans. an athlete means he’s great at mak“I hate excuses,” he said. “I don’t Caine and Duckett are the first ing the group feel like a team. know anyone that can honestly say I to admit that they’re not detail guys “If you have a full team around don’t have time. Everyone has time if — that’s where they yield to other you and there’s an issue or a probthey make time. We’re asking for one volunteers like Griffon, who help or- lem, and everyone on that team athour in a week. Maybe you sacrifice ganize the logistics. tacks that same problem with the an hour of playing on the computer or They hope to expand Lunch with same mission and the same end watching TV. Spend it giving back.” a Purpose so that there are ways for goal in mind, no problem stands a Anywhere from 10 to 30 people people to give back every day. chance,” Duckett said.



LUNCH WITH A PURPOSE • To get involved, find the group online at www.lunchwith or search for “Lunch with a Purpose” on Facebook. There is no cost to participate and no commitment required. Volunteers take part in the lunches that fit their schedules and interests.

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Banana nut pancakes from Sawyers Gourmet Pancake House.


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The dish: Breakfast joints in Lansing

Check out these places for some of the area’s best morning fuel Gabriel Biber | NOISE

Going out for breakfast is a phenomenon unto itself. Whether it’s a crew of road workers fueling up with 6 a.m. bacon and eggs, or bleary-eyed party-goers lingering over a lazy weekend brunch, sometimes you’re looking to get fed with no dishes to worry about as you start your day. Here’s a look at some of Lansing’s notable breakfast spots, with a quick-and-dirty take on what they’re doing well and some friendly cautions. Note that most of these places are not just for breakfast.



• 2838 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing • Solid traditional breakfast menu with reasonable prices. Breakfast buffet on Sundays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Gettin’ it right: Sleeper hits like the quiche special and oatmeal (yes, good oatmeal!) Gripe: Lacks the ambiance and personal service of some of the more ‘hipster’ breakfast spots around.

• 1001 E. Mount Hope Ave., Lansing • The former Korner Kitchen location serves up generous portions of diner food with a slightly old-fashioned flare. Gettin’ it right: Prices are very reasonable and service is polite. Gripe: The food is just so-so. If you like your meal, you won’t leave hungry.


• 608 W. Saginaw St., Lansing • www.sawyersgourmet • 2211 S. Cedar St., Lansing Greasy-spoon style with no Lots of local, lots of organic. Prepapologies. Service is friendly and arations are reliably good, with inteltimely. You might say ‘no frills.’ ligent, friendly staff. Refreshing muGettin’ it right: Hippie hash sic choices complement local artists’ (veggie-and-cheese smothered work on the walls. hash browns) and mac & cheese Gettin’ it right: All the pancakes are legit. Bacon lovers are usually are stellar, and breakfasts here rarely satisfied with the swine here. Your miss the mark. Monday is Buttermilk coffee will not get cold. Bailout, all-you-can-eat pancakes for Gripe: Eggs are pretty unre$5.94. Sawyer’s has real maple syrup. markable, except for how unreGripe: The prices reflect the selecmarkable they are. Don’t expect tivity of the sourcing, and popular organic anything. specials often run out.

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T HE S O UP S P O O N C A F E • 1419 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing • Traditionally inspired breakfasts with gourmet flair, espresso bar and caring service. Some ingredients are local. Gettin’ it right: Any of the poached egg dishes are a good bet, each has a unique sauce to tingle your taste buds. Pancakes are well textured and served with real syrup. Lots of breakfast options. Many custom espresso drinks can be concocted to your fancy, or try the house coffee from Rudy Baggs. Gripe: The french toast is a little more toothy than some might fancy.

• 1625 Turner St., Lansing • rich breakfast fare (cash only). There’s a reason people plaster Gettin it right: The specials are those knife-and-fork skull-andon point. The hand-made sausage crossbones stickers on everything from beat-up pickups to brand-new (regular or spicy) is unique in the land. If you’re sick of your iPod Volvos: Golden Harvest gives you what you want, if what you want is playlists, come in just to soak up some eclectic beats at diverse volto wait a good long time for uber-

umes. Looking for a spot where the staff has ‘the love?’ Look no further. Gripe: Music volume may be a nuisance to some. Looking for feather-weight healthy eating? Look elsewhere.

S O UP T O NU T Z B I S T R O • 123 E. Kalamazoo St., Lansing • Not strictly a breakfast a spot, but with a very respectable Sunday brunch 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Gettin’ it right: Both the Eggs Enchiladas and the Eggs Bonaparte are delicious. Service is professional and the small dining room is usually pleasantly full but not too crowded. Gripe: Big eaters may not be satisfied with the slightly Europeanesque portion sizes.

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Holt’s April Gober proudly displays her mosaic, called “Part of Me,” made of decoupaged photos of her sons.

More than 600 people came through the doors in the first 45 minutes Deb Brown volunteered at ArtPrize last weekend. “It’s amazing,” the Williamston resident said. “There’s so much energy downtown.” ArtPrize runs through Oct. 10 in Grand Rapids, where 1,713 artists’ work is showing in 192 venues, almost all of them in a 3-square-mile patch of downtown Grand Rapids. The top prize winners are picked by popular vote (not by a jury of experts like most art competitions), with more than $450,000 at stake, including $250,000 for first place. April Gober’s piece, a mosaic, is on display at the B.O.B. The Holt resident’s piece is a portrait made up of 2,500 smaller pictures of her two young sons, Ty and Mason. The pictures were decoupaged onto 738 bottle caps donated from local businesses Buddies Pub and Grill and

The Crystal Bar. “When you look closely, you can see them and when you step back you can see me,” Gober said. “It represents who I am.” Brown and Gober are among more than 20 Lansing-area artists who entered works of art in the second year of the popular art show and competition. Brown’s ArtPrize entry is a photograph printed on aluminum of a lazy moth that spent a summer day sitting on her garage. “It’s only 15 by 15 (inches)”


• for details about the event. You can search by medium, venue, artist. • www.lansing Check out the online version of this story for an interactive map showing the locations of work by Lansing-area artists on display in Grand Rapids.

Tricia Bobeda | NOISE

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Local artists aim for big prize

she said. “I didn’t want to creep people out too much.“ She joined artists from Grand Valley in their venue as a volunteer last weekend. This weekend, she’ll visit ArtPrize with a few friends to “take in the art”. “It’s not your usual art show,” she said. “Most of the pieces are for sale, but people aren’t selling things alongside it. It’s a look-see type show, there’s not pressure on people.” Will Kangas contributed to this story.

September 23 - October 17, 2010

Blue Door Featuring: Julian Gant and Rico Bruce Wade A vivid, exuberantly theatrical play about the African-American male experience. (This show contains mature themes.)

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October 9th, 16th and 23rd - 4:00 to 7:00

Hay Ride, Pumpkin Patch, pumpkins, spooky forest, Headless Horseman, Apple Cider, homemade Donuts (not included in entrance Price) old West Town, Pan for Gold, prizes at the Rolette Wheel Play forts, Fun Games for adults and kids Butter making, Roping, Pedal Tractors Petting Zoo, Pony and Horse Rides, Kids Train Ride, Horse Drawn Wagon Rides, Homemade soup and bread everything’s hi ’s included l ded allll for fo only l $12.00 per person 2 and under free

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Michigan Renaissance Festival, Michigan Renaissance Festival, 12600 Dixie Highway, Holly, (800) 601-4848,, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Oct. 2-3 " Rain or shine. See website for special events and weekend themes. Cost: $19.95, $10.95 for children, $17.95 for students and seniors. Old Town Oktoberfest, Old Town, See Friday, Oct. 1. Third Annual Harvest Festival, Lansing City Market, 325 City Market Drive, Lansing, 483-7460, www.lansingcity, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 2 " Live music all day, plus games and activities for kids and a host of workshops. "

Corn Mazes, Slaughterhouse and Haunted Hayride, Grand River Corn Maze, see Friday, Oct. 1. Fall fun, Andy T’s Farm Market, see Thursday, Sept. 30. Fall fun at the cider mill, Uncle John’s Cider Mill, see Thursday, Sept. 30. Fall fun on the farm, Peacock Road Tree Farm, see Friday, Oct. 1. Haunted Cider Mill, Country Mill Orchard, see Friday, Oct. 1. Ripley’s Haunted Acres, Vermontville, see Friday, Oct. 1. Shawhaven Haunted Farm, Mason, see Friday, Oct. 1. The Boneyard, Stockbridge, see Friday, Oct. 1.

Arts and Crafts Fair & Cowboy Days, Peacock Road Tree Farm, 11854 Peacock Road, Laingsburg, 651-9193,, 10 a.m.-dusk Oct. 2 and 10 a.m.dusk Oct. 3 " Featuring more than 50 crafters, haryides, horse drawn wagon rides, train rides, animal barnyard, pumpkin patch and more. Children will learn about roping a steer, milking a cow, and how cowboys lived and worked in the old days. A walk/run to benefit Special Olympics begins at 10 a.m. Saturday. Registration is at 9 a.m. Cost: $2 per person gate fee, FUNDRAISERS free for kids 2 and younger, $10 requested donation for Special MUSIC “Halloween at the Farm,” Olympics walk/run. C OUNTRY SierraRose Farms Healing Hearts with Horses, 5953 W. Cutler, Conway and Cash, The Fiber Arts & Animals DeWitt, 668-0057, 5-7 p.m. Oct. 2 Legends Live on, Charlotte Festival, Cornwell’s Turkeyville " The cost includes games, playing Performing Arts Center, 378 State U.S.A., 18935 15 1/2 Mile Road, with the miniature horses, trick St., Charlotte, (800) 810-7410, Marshall, (269) 749-9404, or treating, and a costume while 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Oct. 2 " Eaton, supplies last. Parents are free County Sheriff’s Posse Autumn 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 2-3 " A accompanied by a child. All the Country Music Concert. Call for family-friendly event featuring fiber proceeds benefit women and kids ticket information. Cost: $22 at artistry, fiber producing animals, in need. Reservations are required. the door, $18 in advance and free isheep to shawl demonstration Cost: $15. admission for all girls named Linda and the National Icelandic Sheep and all boys named Sue with proper Breeders Show. " HOLIDAY ID. Meridian Township Bestmaze Corn Maze & FOLK Heritage Festival, Meridian Trail of Terror, Bestmaze Corn John Watrous & Joseph Historical Village, 5151 Marsh Road, Maze, see Friday, Oct. 1. Dravenstatt, Coffee and Okemos, 853-4600, Friends Cafe, 5100 Marsh Road,, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Corn maze, pumpkins and Suite C, Okemos, 347-0962, more, Rowe’s Pumpkin Patch, Oct. 2. see Thursday, Sept. 30., 7-9 p.m. Oct. 2. " REGGAE

Funky Rockin’ Reggae Bash, The Roadhouse, 3700 E. Grand River Ave., Williamston, 7 p.m. Oct. 2 " With Kerry Clark Blues Company, Frog and the Beeftones and more. Cost: $20. ROCK

Group Therapy, Classic Pub & Grill, see Friday, Oct. 1. Ten Inch Thick, Barn Tavern, 207 S. Bridge St., Grand Ledge, 622-8686, 9:30 p.m. Oct. 2. " Updraft, Colonial Bar and Grille, see Friday, Oct. 1. VAR I ETY

Dr. Gunn, Unicorn Tavern, see Friday, Oct. 1. Pete Trappen, Enso, 16800 Chandler Road, East Lansing, 332-7678, 7-10 p.m. Oct. 2. " Riff Raff, Center Stage, 1785 W. State Road, Lansing, 482-2280, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 2. " Royal Ramblers, The Pub, 126 E. Kent St., Portland, 647-4431, 9 p.m. Oct. 2. " Scott Seth, Courthouse Pub, 160 W. Maple St., Mason, 676-6941, 9:30 p.m. Oct. 2. " Soulstice, Green Door Blues Bar & Grill, 2005 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 482-6376,, 9:30 p.m. Oct. 2. Cost: cover.

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all your old favorites Thursday September 30th:

Saturday october 2nd: Sunday october 3rd: Claddagh is Proud to Host the Best Friends Pet Care Dog Festival along with Capital Area Humane Society and Eaton Count Humane Society from 12:00pm ~ 3:00pm at 2920 Port Lansing Road Lansing, MI 48906 Phone: (517) 327-1070



SHOWS AND SALES Ghoultide Gathering - A Halloween Artists’ Spectacular, Mill Race Village, 215 Griswold, Northville, 676-4846,, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 2 " Juried Halloween art show featuring nationally known artists, plus vintage and antique Halloween memorabilia on display. Cost: $5 at the door.

SINGLES Social Breakfast, Jackie’s Diner, 3812 S. Martin Luther King Blvd., Lansing, 484-3340, 9 a.m. Saturdays " With Lansing Nonsmoking Singles.

SPECIAL EVENTS Pulaski Days, Federated Polish Home, see Friday, Oct. 1. Upstairs Downtown Tour, Downtown Ionia, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 2 " Visit the upper floors of historic downtown buildings. Tickets available the day of the tour at the center of Main Street in front of the Ionia Works office. Cost: $10.

THEATER “Blue Door,” Williamston Theatre, see Thursday, Sept. 30. “Fortinbras,” Riverwalk Theatre, see Friday, Oct. 1.

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ART GALLERIES Gallery Walk - 2010 Faculty Biennial, Kresge Art Museum, MSU campus, East Lansing, 353-9834, 1 p.m. Oct. 3 " The artwork of 25 faculty artists is the focus of this tour led by museum education staff.

ART OPENINGS First Sunday Gallery Walk, Old Town, Turner Street and Grand River Avenue, Lansing, noon-5 p.m. Oct. 3 " Galleries are open, many with new shows. Individual gallery hours may vary. First Sunday Gallery Walk, Turner-Dodge House and Heritage Center, 100 E. North St., Lansing, 483-4220, noon-5 p.m. Oct. 3 " Participating artists include Juanita Baldwin, Kevin and Karen Nichols, Joseph Glossop, Michael

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FILM Celebrating the Classics: “The Wizard of Oz,” Celebration Cinema, see Thursday, Sept. 30.

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Tierney Sutton Band Tierney Sutton had a musical epiphany in college, unleashing her massive, soulful voice onto the national jazz landscape. It seems only appropriate, then, that her list of all-time favorite vocalists includes singers across the musical landscape, equally powerful and influential. “I love Stevie Wonder,” said the Wisconsin-born singer. “Frank Sinatra, Patsy Cline, Joss Stone, Steely Dan, Sting. There are so many great singers in all genres. I try to listen to different kinds of music as much as possible.” Sutton, who headlines the Wharton Center’s Pasant Theatre Friday, holds a long list of accomplishments: three Grammy nominations, numerous JazzWeek awards, tour stops at Carnegie Hall. She calls jazz the “melting pot” of musical genres. “Jazz is American in the sense that America is this melting pot where you can go to Michigan and go to an Indian restaurant, and the people running the restaurant are Americans, because it’s America. If those people went to France, they would never be considered French,” she said. “This country is unique in that you can become American no matter where you start out, and jazz is the quintessential American music because anything can become an element of jazz music. There can be an Indian scale, a rock back-beat rhythm, a country lick, and all of those things are legal in jazz music.” • The Tierney Sutton Band • 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1 • The Pasant Theatre inside the Wharton Center of Performing Arts, on the campus of Michigan State University • Tickets $30 via, 432-2000 Anne Erickson


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Bestmaze Corn Maze & Trail of Terror, Bestmaze Corn Maze, see Friday, Oct. 1. Corn maze, pumpkins and more, Rowe’s Pumpkin Patch, " see Thursday, Sept. 30. Old Town Underground Fall fun, Andy T’s Farm Market, Grand Re-opening, Old see Thursday, Sept. 30. Town Medical Arts Building, 1106 Fall fun at the cider mill, N. Cedar St., Lansing, 499-8973, Uncle John’s Cider Mill, see noon-5 p.m. Oct. 3 " Knitted art by Thursday, Sept. 30. local artists will be on display. Fall fun on the farm, Peacock Opening Reception, Mackerel Road Tree Farm, see Friday, Oct. 1. Sky Gallery of Contemporary Craft, 211 M.A.C. Ave., East Lansing, Haunted Cider Mill, Country, 4 p.m. Mill Orchard, see Friday, Oct. 1. Oct. 3 " For Lansing photographer Ripley’s Haunted Acres, Kim Kauffman’s “Investigations: Vermontville, see Friday, Oct. 1. Collections from Life” photo collage exhibit. MUSIC Second Monday Artists’ BLUES Group reception, Absolute Blues jam with Bad Gravy, Gallery, 307 E. Grand River Ave., Green Door Blues Bar & Grill, Lansing, 256-8335, 2005 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing,, 482-6376, www.greendoor noon-5 p.m. Oct. 3 " Held in, 9:30 p.m. Oct. 3. " conjunction with the First Sunday DJ S Art Walk. Capital City DJ Olympic “The Past Ten Years” Trials, The Firm, 227 S. opening reception, East Washington Square, Suite A, Lansing Public Art Gallery, 819 Lansing, 614-6439, 8 p.m. Oct. 3 " Abbot Road, East Lansing, The top ten DJs that make it 333-2580, past the trials will be paired with, last year’s top 3 in 2011 for the 1-2 p.m. Oct. 3 " Photographic crown of the area’s best DJ. Music exhibit by Louis Villafranca. " from every genre will be featured. For more information e-mail FESTIVALS Arts and Crafts Fair & REC I TALS Cowboy Days, Peacock Road All School Recital, MSU Tree Farm, see Saturday, Oct. 2. Community Music School, 841 Timberlane St., Suite B, East Fiber Arts & Animals Lansing, 355-7661,, Festival, Cornwell’s Turkeyville 3 p.m. Oct. 3. " U.S.A., see Saturday, Oct. 2.



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First Sunday Gallery Walk, Technology Innovation Center (TIC), 325 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing, 319-6861, 1-4 p.m. Oct. 3 " Multimedia exhibit “Red” features works by Juanita Baldwin, Carole Steinberg Berk, Roy Stephens, Bobbie Margolis, Gretel Geist Rutledge and 12 other local artists. Exhibit runs through Dec. 30. First Sunday Gallery Walk Artist Reception, Capital Area District Library Okemos Branch, 4321 Okemos Road, Okemos, 347-2021,, 1-4 p.m. Oct. 3 " Williamston artist, Jeannie West, “Chasing Rabbits.”


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Magnotta, Barb Whitney, Matthew Winn, Toby and Sheri TenEyck, Deborah Chloewicki, Roger Frye, Valerie Wilhoite and Sue Wagner. Refreshments will be available, and entertainment provided by George Howard on saxophone.

FUNDRAISERS 16th Annual Westside Home Tour, Westside Neighborhood, Lansing, 485-4722,, 1-5 p.m. Oct. 3 " Featuring eight homes in Lansing’s historic westside neighborhood. Free shuttle service to each home is available. Funds raised will benefit Advent House Ministries and the Westside Neighborhood Association. Tickets may be purchased in advance at October Moon, Roberts Wallpaper and Paint Co., The Mole Hole, Westside Biggby or beginning at 12:45 p.m. on the day of the tour at Lansing Fire Station No. 7 on the corner of Jenison and Saginaw streets. Cost: $15 per person.




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There is a fairly recent cooking trend, if you’ve seen television shows, that involves the “deconstruction” of food. One method of deconstruction simply involves taking a familiar dish like Eggs Benedict and serving the ingredients separately on the plate so that the diner can one by one complete the whole dish. The argument is that deconstruction intends to take the individual components of a dish and put them back together in unique ways. It seems a pretentious and pointless way of charging more money for a meal. Odell Brewery has taken this concept with a beer, sort of. De Construction starts with a finished golden ale. It then blends together 44 percent of that beer with 33 percent of the ale that was aged in oak barrels, 20 percent in bourbon barrels and 3 percent in wine barrels. The concept is that adding in the three components at the end of the cycle will help highlight those characters.


The initial sweet, light fruit flavors of De Construction give way to funky leathery Belgian yeast and darker fruit flavors, along with a wine-like tartness. A bit of caramel sweetness throughout helps bind all these flavors. This is all good. There’s a lot of complexity here to enjoy, helped along by a nice mouthfeel. The end result, however, does not match up with the percentages used. The oak barrel characteristics seem right, with some oak and vanilla aromas, but the wine characteristics stand out much more. This shouldn’t be the case (3 percent wine barrel-aged presence vs. 20 percent bourbon). Is any of this relevant? Not at all. De Construction would still be a good beer whether the brewery told me it was deconstructed or not. De Construction comes in a 750ml bottle that retails for around $15.

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Williamston bar beats two fires and tornado Some say the third time is the charm, and honestly, after all CB’s Bucket in Williamston has been through in the past four years, it had better be. In 2006, a grease fire shut down the bar for several months. Then, just six weeks after the re-opening, a tornado blew through town, taking the Bucket’s roof with it. And then there was the arson in 2008. At that point, no one would have blamed a business owner who decided enough was enough. But that isn’t the Bucket’s Craig Banwell. He and his staff agree that the bar looks, feels and is better than ever. “It’s insane enough to physically rebuild your business three times,” he said, “but the real trick is rebuilding your reputation.” Since its re-re-reopening this summer, CB’s Bucket has been working to do exactly that.

A new menu, new beer and wine selections and a new elevator leading to the bar’s “Club Rumorz” upstairs are just some of the changes to the downtown Williamston landmark. The drink selection includes 12 beers on tap that Banwell describes as a “standard beer selection,” though it was my first time ordering a pint of Apple Cherry Hard Cider from Uncle John’s Fruit Winery in St. John’s outside of the cider mill itself, which I found hand-clappingly delightful. The standout beer, however, has to be The Bucket Brew. I can’t tell you a lot about the beer — other than it’s made specifically for The Bucket and it’s

on the lighter side — because the staff just won’t tell you any more than that. The wine selection is worth a mention as well, not only because it includes a couple of Michigan and several California varieties, but also because the wines were chosen to be paired with items from the menu. What you’d never expect from the classy bar-and-dining experience on The Bucket’s first floor is that a second floor exists. Club Rumorz, the urban club-style loft setting has its own bar, pub tables, dance floor and VIP lounge. Club Rumorz is open Wednesdays through Saturdays and features live music, DJs an all sorts of special events.

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CB’S BUCKET BAR & GRILLE 132 W. Grand River Ave., Williamston 655-1000 www.cbsbucket Hours: 11 a.m. to midnight Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to midnight Sunday. Family-friendly factor: The Bucket is perfectly familyappropriate for lunch and dinner. Hook-up factor: See “Club Rumorz VIP Lounge” section. On the horizon: New food specials are on the way, as well as a wine/food paring guide. If you thought its recent past was interesting: The Bucket Bar has been a Williamston staple for well over 100 years. You can still see old-time pictures of the place with hitching posts and signs reading “No women or children allowed.” No one was quite sure how it got its bizarre name until Craig Banwell received a letter from a 98-year-old resident who recalled how barroom brawls there used to result in patrons being hauled down the block to the local jail. In these cases, the establishment loosened its “no ladies” rule long enough for the wives to fill buckets of beer from the tap and lug them down to their naughty husbands in the clink.

illustrated books, travel, maps, magazines, sheet music, rare books, postcards, prints, photographs, cookbooks, etc. For security reasons book/paper items for sale of appraisal can’t be brought in the exhibitor hall without authorization from show personnel. Cost: $4.50, free for children 13 and younger.

SHOWS AND SALES 52nd Michigan Antiquarian Book and Paper Show, Lansing Center, 333 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 332-0112,, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 3 " More than 180 tables. Including but not limited to first editions, children’s books,


HOLIDAY Corn maze, pumpkins and more, Rowe’s Pumpkin Patch, see Thursday, Sept. 30. Fall fun, Andy T’s Farm Market, see Thursday, Sept. 30. Fall fun at the cider mill, Uncle John’s Cider Mill, see Thursday, Sept. 30. Fall fun on the farm, Peacock Road Tree Farm, see Friday, Oct. 1.

Lansing Doll Show, Banquet and Conference Center of DeWitt, 1120 Commerce Park Drive, DeWitt, (269) 599-1511, 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 3 " Show and sale featuring antique collectible dolls, toys, and related items.

RACES Annual MSU Federal Credit Union Dinosaur Dash, MSU Museum, West Circle Drive, East Lansing, 355-2370,, 10 a.m. Oct. 3 " Benefits the MSU Museum educational programs. Competitive 5K run/walk; trophies awarded. Also: Museum Mile, for ages 12 and younger, and the Mini-Dash, a 200-yard sprint for ages 6 and younger; medals awarded to all. Entry fee includes a T-shirt, post-race food, beverages, and the opportunity to support the MSU Museum.


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

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“Sky Tellers,” Abrams Planetarium, MSU campus, East Lansing, 355-4676,, 2:30 p.m. Sundays, Sept. 26 through Nov. 21 " Family show discussing why the North Star stands still and what causes shooting stars, first by using Native American stories and then giving modern astronomical explanations. Cost: $3, $2.50 for students and seniors, $2 for children 12 and younger.


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Steppin’ In It, Green Door Blues Bar & Grill, 2005 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 482-6376,, 9:30 p.m. Oct. 4. Cost: cover.

THEATER “Blue Door,” Williamston Theatre, see Thursday, Sept. 30. “Fortinbras,” Riverwalk Theatre, see Friday, Oct. 1. “The American Clock: Past Hopes Mirror Today,” MSU Auditorium, see Thursday, Sept. 30.

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Fifth annual Oktoberfest The Old Town Commercial Association will host the fifth annual Oktoberfest Friday and Saturday. The festival features German food, polka music and German beer. Listen to live music from The Carpathia Schuhplatters and Eddie & the Biergarten Boys. All proceeds go directly to OTCA for further revitalization of Old Town. Single day tickets are $13 if purchased ahead of time or $17 at the door. A weekend pass costs $25. Entrance includes a souvenir mug and three food/drink tickets. • Oktoberfest • 6 to 11 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1 and 2 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2 • Cesar E. Chavez Plaza, (formerly City Lot 56) at the corner of Turner Street and Grand River Avenue in Old Town. • or (517) 485-4283 Tricia Bobeda

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Copper is an impressive restaurant that plays off the chemical element in its logo and decor. It’s located inside the Walnut Hills Country Club in East Lansing — and it’s now open to the public.

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THE SCENE The restaurant offers an expansive (and impressive) view of the golf course no matter where you sit. The dining area isn’t very big, however, so be sure to make a reservation if you’re heading there on a weekend.

THE FOOD For an upscale restaurant (at a country club no less), the prices are reasonable. Sandwiches top off at $10, entrees range from $15-$20 and steaks are no more than $28. There are also pasta dishes, salads, appetizers and flats. Our waitress was knowledgeable and honest about what she preferred when we asked questions about the

COPPER 2874 Lake Lansing Road, East Lansing 332-1080 • 11 a.m. to midnight Monday-Saturday • 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday

discount. It was a kind gesture that many restaurants would not The Philly flat has shaved ribeye, red bell peppers, onions and is topped have given. It also speaks of its customer service. with mozzarella cheese ($11). But the blunder did give us the opportunity to try menu. lion mayo on warm, toasted both the sweet potato and Based on her suggestions, ciabatta. regular fries (go with the Melissa ordered the chicken The chicken was made regular). club sandwich ($8), and I perfectly and had an untried the Philly flat ($11). expected — but savory — THE DAMAGE The flat was topped with smoky flavor. $15.90 (including tax but shaved ribeye, bell peppers, We were frustrated at first not tip; includes the $4 off). onion and mozzarella. when Melissa received the The meat and cheese gave wrong dish, though it turned NEXT TIME it a lot of flavor. It was cut out the food server simply The harvest salmon salad into eight manageable piecgrabbed the wrong plate. sounds like the perfect fall es, and it was more than fillI was impressed with the salad — pan-seared salmon, ing. way the situation was hanspring greens, bleu cheese, The chicken club came dled. The waitress was very red onion, spiced walnuts, with grilled chicken breast, apologetic, and — although dried apples and cherries, white cheddar cheese, letwe insisted against this — tomato and brown derby tuce, tomato, bacon and scal- the manager gave us a $4 dressing ($14).

As a bunch of Cheeseheads from Wisconsin visit for the Spartan-Badger game on Saturday, we suggest this oh-so-cheesy recipe:

CHEDDAR-STUFFED PRETZEL BREAD INGREDIENTS • 1/2 cup (about 1/2 medium) diced yellow onion • 1 teaspoon olive oil • 1/3 cup roasted red bell peppers, cut in 1/2-inch strips • 2 teaspoons chopped fresh parsley • 1/2 teaspoon chopped fresh thyme, or 1/4 teaspoon dried thyme • 2 cups (8 ounces) shredded cheddar cheese • 1 cup diced ham • Salt and pepper, to taste • 4 (6-inch) pretzel rolls DIRECTIONS • Preheat the oven to 375°F. • In a small skillet, sauté the onion in oil until soft, 3 to 4 minutes. In a medium bowl, toss the sautéed onions with the peppers, parsley, thyme, cheese, and ham. Season to taste with salt and pepper. • To hollow the pretzel rolls, cut off one end and set aside. Using a thin-bladed knife, gently cut the center out of each bread, leaving 3/8 inch around the edge. Use a small spoon to scrape out the inside of the bread, and discard or save for another use. • Stuff one-fourth of the filling mixture into the pretzel breads by using the end of a wooden spoon to gently push the filling into the bread. Replace the cut-off end, and wrap each bread with foil, leaving the foil open on top. Place the stuffed breads on a baking sheet. Bake 10 to 15 minutes, until the bread is crisp and the filling is warm. Slice and serve with a side of spicy mustard. — Adapted from a recipe by Chef Govind Armstrong for


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On Thursday, Oct. 7 from 5-8 p.m. Join the Grove Street Gallery Co-Op for an evening of artists demonstrations, Refreshments and exhibitions. 325 Grove Street, E. Lansing, 333-7180 Join Mackerel Sky for a reception for felt hat artist, Anne Flora, of Tecumseh, MI from 5-8 All through October, a show of felt hats by Anne Flora, Deb Karppinen of Lansing and Wayne Wichern of Redwood City, CA. 211 M.A.C. Avenue, E. Lansing, 351-2211


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22): Your partner might

can be too stubborn for your own good. Mercury is reminding you that you don’t always have 20/20 vision about your problems.

suggest doing something that doesn’t appeal to you. Maybe you hate Italian food and don’t want to eat calamari at that new restaurant.

TAURUS (APRIL 20 - MAY 20): A sense of intimacy and attraction is growing between you and a new friend. The moon is making this flirtation more intense than ever.

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LIBRA (SEPT. 23 OCT. 23): Saturn is helping to improve money matters for you. Maybe you finally found a job after a period of unemployment.


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(OCT. 24 NOV. 21): You could be in

making you over-sensitive. Try not to take things too personally if your partner makes a critical remark or says something rude.

a position to help your honey this week. Mars is increasing your ability to sense what is really going on and find solutions to

moon opposite your sign, you might want to spend some time by yourself to clear your head.

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PISCES (FEB. 19 MARCH 20): Sometimes it’s hard for you to express what you feel. You prefer to be left to handle your emotions alone.

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Here comes competition Badgers are ready to test the mostly untested Spartans Oh, October. Welcome! We were getting so tired of deliciously warm weather and long weekends on lakes. Not really, but whatever. You’re here and we can’t stop you. Instead of thinking up ways to extend our summertime dalliances, we might as well cherish this month for what it is: full of falling leaves and football.


ing epic levels. The Washington Redskins, now being led by much-maligned QB Donovan McNabb (of wholesome Chunky Soup fame, and oh yeah, those five NFC championship game appearances), travel to Philadelphia to take on McNabb’s BRING ON THE BIG TEN former club, the Eagles. Even though we won’t get the infaNow, the interesting piece here isn’t mous Mark Dantonio sideline scowl in the return of McNabb to his old stomphigh-definition on Saturday, we’ll defiing grounds — it’s the guy who’s taken nitely see shots of him on site at Spartan his place. Michael Vick, who happens Stadium. to be on my NFL-Players-I’d-Most-LikeCoach D will oversee the Big Ten To-Muzzle-And-Berate-In-Public List, is home opener against the starting QB in Philly Wisconsin from the these days — and he’s rackcoaching box, assisting ing up some serious numwith coaching duties for bers for you fantasy ballers. the first time since the Vick’s Eagles are the faNotre Dame thriller two vorite this week, and I exweeks ago. pect them to cover the six We’ll have our hands point spread. full with the Badgers: But I’m seriously hoping they boast a prolific ofthe good folks of Philadelfensive lineup that threatphia don’t forget who No. 7 ens with a two-pronged is underneath his game-day running attack, and a garb. He’s not a man worthy sharp, experienced quarof a city’s keys — that’s terback in Scott Tolzien. for sure. Wisconsin is also coming off a ridiculous scorNEXT WEEK: ing performance last SatMAILBAG TIME! urday, a 70-3 trouncing Next week, I’ll be taking over Austin Peay. MSU questions from readers via is slated as an underdog e-mail (ostersan@ at home this weekend, as, Twitter we try to go 5-0 for the (@andiosters), or the first time since the Nick Saban era. This Lansing NOISE Tumblr account online. is the game when we all get to see if the Feel free to submit your queries on Spartans are for real. anything sports-related (or otherwise, so long as you think I can weave someWHERE’S THE thing vaguely athletic into a response). KARMA IN PHILLY? This also is a fantastic opportunity for When I settle in on a Sunday to burn those of you with opinions to voice an afternoon on televised football, I’m them in a brief, succinct format that altypically not all that concerned with lows for no rebuttal on your part — who’s playing. only a scathing reply in print from yours I just need to know there’s beer in truly. I jest, I jest. the fridge and guacamole within dipIf that doesn’t get your juices flowing, ping distance. Honestly, though — give I don’t know what will. The mailbag is me two teams and Cris Collinsworth, nothing without your input — so write, and I’m all set. click and tweet away. But this Sunday, I’m intrigued by a match-up on FOX (4:15 p.m. kickoff) because the hype leading up to it is reach- Andi Osters, 27, is a Michigan State graduate.

“This is the game when we all get to see if the Spartans are for real.”



Ave., Lansing, 381-5432,, 5-9 p.m. Oct. 6 " Mix and mingle party will showcase 30 bras transformed into art that also will be featured in a silent auction. Health care specialists will facilitate a question and answer session on breast health and breast cancer. Light refreshments will be served. Donations and all proceeds will go toward the It’s a Breast Thing Foundation.





Fall 2010 Visiting Chef Library Film Series, Michigan Pickin’ In The Park, Burchard Series, Kellogg Hotel & Park, Turner Street and Grand River, State University Libraries, 100 Main Conference Center, 55 S. Harrison Lansing, 485-4283, 6-9 p.m. Oct. 5 Library, East Lansing, 353-8700, Road, East Lansing, 432-5049, " Jam session held every Tuesday,, through October. Performers will be 7-9 p.m. Oct. 5 " “Haeundae”: 7 p.m. Oct. 6-7 " Beervangelist Fred at Burchard Park. " South Korea’s first disaster film in Bueltmann will present the unique which a tidal wave hits the famous V A R I E T Y flavors and recipes of the New beach resort at Haeundae. Holland Brewery to complement Charlie and the Tune-as, a meal prepared by Chef Robb VFW Post 701, 123 N. Rosemary St., Mid-Day Movie, Capital Area Hammond of Food Dance Lansing, 485-1656, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 5. District Library Downtown Lansing Restaurant in Kalamazoo. The first Cost: donations accepted. Branch, see Thursday, Sept. 30. night features a lecture and pairings. Call or go online for more The Killer Bz’s, Green Door demonstration of a multi-course HOLIDAY information and to RSVP. Cost: $60 Blues Bar & Grill, 2005 E. Michigan meal. Samples of each course will Corn maze, pumpkins and per person cooking demonstration, Ave., Lansing, 482-6376, be served along with two wine more, Rowe’s Pumpkin Patch, $75 for dinner with the chef., 9:30 p.m. or beer pairings to accompany the see Thursday, Sept. 30. Oct. 5. " food. The following night, guests HEALTH Fall fun, Andy T’s Farm Market, will enjoy a different four-course “It’s a Breast Thing,” see Thursday, Sept. 30. meal prepared by the chef and Perspective2, 319 E. Grand River served with additional wine or beer

HOLIDAY Corn maze, pumpkins and more, Rowe’s Pumpkin Patch, see Thursday, Sept. 30. Fall fun, Andy T’s Farm Market, see Thursday, Sept. 30. Fall fun at the cider mill, Uncle John’s Cider Mill, see Thursday, Sept. 30. Fall fun on the farm, Peacock Road Tree Farm, see Friday, Oct. 1.


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FIREWOOD SEASONED H A R D W O O D - Read y to burn in the C harlotte area. $55/f ace cord, 4’x8’x16". You pick up. PLEASE, cash only. 517-930-2153. SEASONED HARDWOOD $65 per f ace cord. 16"X4’X8’. Free Delivery. Volume dis counts. 517-663-1006

ENGLISH BULLDOG PUP PIES AKC, champion bloodlines , stunning & feAKC MALAMUTES BLACK ACTION MOM 2 MOM SALE at Scr ib- BROWNING LEVER male. 810-732-7069 or Red, 8 weeks, males, Model 81 .358 Winchester, bles & Giggles 609 N. $550-750, limited registralike new, extra clip, sights, Verlinden Ave Oct. 16th, ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS tion. (269)275-8766 rings, ammo, etc. $630. 9-12. 50+ tables. AKC, 3 fema les, 1 male, 3 517-663-6784 befor e 9pm. mos. old. S hots. $1,600. (517)482-1551 517-569-3744/517-879-6773. AKC RE G . BE A GLE S Field KSKS RIFLE- YUGOSLAVIAN champion bloodlines , 2 fe7.62x39 like new, w/ammo. FE M ALE CAT TORTIE C olor, males, 2 males, 1st shots, $325. 517-402-4164 Lost. long hair. spayed. born 8/5. $200. Beagles shy. may or may not have born 8/10, 1st shots, $125. on a hot pink collar. 6 yr old running fema le, (517)749-1654 REWARD $200. 517-391-8288. PUP AKC YORKIE TERRIER PU P- GERMAN SHEPHERD PIES AKC reg., 2 males, all A BED QUEN PILLOWTOP PIES some small, shots, shots. $500. For more info. mattress set, new in plasworming & nails clipped. 517-575-2032. tic, $200. Call 517-410-4921. Call 517-726-0451. Can deliv er. A AARDVARK ANTIQUER MAN SHEPHERD PUPS paying cash for guns, AUSI/E JACK MIX 10 mo. GER AKC - Great bloodlines , sad BDRM. SET, QUEN size 4 jew lery, f urniture, art & old Red Merle, shots, 12 dleback. Priced to sell. 8 post bed/ head board, unusual & bizarre items. lbs. Loves everyone! $10 to wks. $500. 517-541-6693 d resser w/mirror & sealed 517-819-8700 good home. 517-663-3386 marble top. Ivory in color. GERMAN SHORT HAIR Must see! $1500/best. AUSTRAILIAN SHEPHERD POINTE R Liver and white, 7 ANTIQUE BUYER paying 517-703-1977 PUPPIES Reg. Parents on months old, AKC Regiscash for vintage artwork, site, $400 & up. 616-891tered, C hampion lines, paf urniture, lamps, clocks, EXECUTIVE DESK 72X36" 1058. rents on site. Great huntsterling silver items, musiw/ file d rawers & matching line, very calm puppy cal instruments, pottery, BEAGLE ing 3 tall shelving units w/ PUPPIES C hampion $300. (517)202-1387 vintage radio & stereo addit ional file d rawers. bloodlines . Female- equipment. Call John 517$425. 517-321-6556 gressive Pack S tate C ham886-9795. pion 2010. Call for more in- GOLDENDOODLE PUPPIES 6 QUEN SLEPER S OFA, slip fo. 517-749-7950. wks. old, 3 males, 2 feFOR GUNS , Art, Anticover, pillow top mattress CASH males, shots & wormed, ques, Jewelry, musical inpad, $200. Ornate garden BEAGLE PUPS purebred . $600. Call 517-857-2187. struments, Valuables. Call fenc e, 10’, cast iron, f ree. Mother & f ather onsite, 517-204-2004/517-663-3931 Call 517-646-8256. shots, wormed, $200 Fem., GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUP $175 male. 989-763-1084 PIE S AKC. 517-394-3861 CASH PAID DAILY SIMPLY BEAUTIFUL WOOD www.simplesite.com5/vanHorn o f r i d abe tic test strips. BICHON- POM PUPS , 2 ARD iron & glass dining Mcj amesgoldenr etrievers $15 per 100 strips. males, 2 fema les. White. set w/6 padded chairs. Ph. 517-292-0991 Read y to go! $300 to $350, GREAT DANE BRINDLE, 8 $400. 517-332-3161. 269-763-2102 weeks, AKC Registered, CASH PAID FOR d iabetic Good with childr en, $800. test strips. Most types up BICHON PUPS AKC Hypo(517)505-2455 (517)541to $12 per box. Call 517allergenic, nonshedding. 3454 669-1197. C ottonballs. S hots/wormed. Vet chkd. 989-463-4686. KITTENS (5) 12 wks old. S ome calico & other colBLUE HEELERS Top quality, ors. $10/each. Call 517shots, wormed, dew claws 349-3136. NEW Pronto M41 power removed, working pachair, 3 hrs, $1500. 4 wheel KITTE N S T U C E FRIE N DLY rents, $150. 517-206-7610 power scooter $800. Call dew ormed, litter trained, 517-625-3616. dog f riendly , $20. Call 517BORDER COLLIE PUPS Reg., COMPLETE KITCHEN INCL. 927-1516. 7 wks old, black & white, C upboard s, appliances, 2 $200. 517-852-2030. KITTENS - Litter trained, 8 yr. old slide-in stove, dis hwks, blacks, & gray, males washer, f ridge & newer BOSTON TERRIER PUP AKC & fema les, $10. 517-626deep sink. Bisque in color. beautifu l social girl, Vet 6071. $1,200/best. 517-449-5647. chkd., health guar., extra nice. $350. 517-676-4091. MALTESE PUPPIES AKC STORAGE SHED 10X12 has CRAFTSMAN 10’’ TABLE shots, wormed. $500. Call loft , about 1 yr old, in Port- BOSTON TERRIER PUPPIES SAW 1hp motor, has legs & 517-627-6418, 517-614-9564 land. $900/obo. Call 517AKC reg., fema les $450, casters, $75. 517-627-5777. 515-8299 males $300. 989-268-5830.

SEASONED SPLIT MIXED HARDWOOD - Maple, Oak , Apple. $45/f ace cord + delivery. 517-819-8987.

SPECIAL DEAL on seasoned hard wood fir ewood $65 f a c e cord. Guarantee price all winter! Offer ends S ept. 30. Jeff 517-7191281; Car ol 517-507-7093. chantlands 20th year selling fir ewood! WOOD PELLETS FOR pellet stove. $189/ton (+ tax). 40lb bags available. S tored inside. Cas h. 517-623-6622

ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE doll SHOW: S un. Oct. 3rd, 9:30am-3pm. DeWitt C onfer ence C enter, off I-69 exit 87 behind Burger King. Info. 269-599-1511

PUG PUPSSMALL $300. PUGGLE PUPS FAWN$250. 517-719-1199 PUPPIES FOR SALE S hih Tzus & Pom-a-Poos, females $300 ea., males $225 ea. 1 Teacup Pom-a-Poo (tan) $400. 989-261-4581.

TOY POODLE PUPS CKC 3 Apricot males. S hots, wormed. Have parents. $250. 517-223-3819. YELLOW LAB/HUSKY MIX puppies 7 weeks, shots, wormed, socialized & playf ul $150. (517)490-6260 YORKIE AKC ADORABLE! shots, vet checked, wormed, litter trained $500. (517)256-5208

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

BRED ANGUS COWS - d ue to calve starting late April. Bred by MCA- MSU perfor mance tested Angus bull. Cal ving ease and carcass-on-the-rail genetics. $750. Also young Angus heifers available. S herida n, MI (989)291-0807

HORSE 5 YR old Gelded DACHSHUND BOXER PUPS, AKC Ve t , MINIATURE Paint, $500. Also, 2 FEMALE, black & tan, 1st checked, tails, dews. 4 fewhethered Pygmie Goats, shots, no papers. Born males, 3 males. Taking de$20. 449-3819 af ter 5pm 6/23. $300. 989-875-9197. posits. $550. 517-812-2392 PINSCHER CHIHUAHUA MIX MINIATURE PUPS Differ ent ages. $100BLACK/ WHITE/ TAN, 10 $250. 517-857-3036. Cas h Weeks, shots, wormed, only. $200.00. (517)375-3369 MINI AUSTRALIAN CHIHUAHUA PUPPY 1 white SHEPERD Pups Red Merles & black, male, 14 wks. old, and Red Tri’s, Beautifu l shots & wormed, $200. Call coat and markings, E xperi517-812-6523. enced breeder , Health guaranteed, $600. CHIWEENIES 7 weeks old, ( 9 8 9 ) 7 6 3 - 8 8 5 4 1st shots & wormed, very small. $250. 989-427-3205. POMERANIAN PUPS ALL COCKER PUPPY C HOC Owhite. 2 males & 2 fema les SUBSCRIBE TODAY LATE male, $300. 517-726$400-$450. S hots, wormed. 0368 or 517-231-9310. 517-894-3361


ELECTRI C HOUSE AWNING , 16’wx 10’ deep, for est green, New, in box. $650. 517-449-1350

WANTED: UNWANTED appliances, air condit ioners, cars, trucks, vans, BLACK LAB - S mall fema le f arm machinery, lawn missing since 9/12/10 f rom mowers, campers, hot Bath area. Was wearing a water tanks, aluminum or pink collar with tags. If steel boats, aluminum winfou nd please call 517-242dows or doors, aluminum 3297. Can des cribe toppers, any types of aluindent ify ing fea tures. minum or steel siding, 4 wheelers, go carts, trail- GERMAN SHORTHAIR FE ers, batteries. MALE Dark Red with white O C CKER SPANIEL PUPPIE!S PUG 11 mo old spayed feAll picked up for Free. spot on chest and on back Good colors. 989-426-3866 male, 13#, up to d ate on Call 517-628-2818 feet . Lost in S mith Ave/ Mt or 989-246-0658 Karen. vaccinations. $300/best of Hope area. Answers to fer . 517-763-3309 WOODSTOVE, LIKE NEW SAM. Please call Rick: CUDDLY TOY BREEDS f ree-standing Avalon Black (517)894-4996 Bichon’s, Yorkie’s & Malti- PUGGLE PUPPIES w/glass d r., brass trim. Poo’s, Pomeranian’s. $4007 wks old, 1st shots & Incls corner stove board, LOST CAT Near Mt. Hope & $750. 517-404-3045 wormed, small & loveable. wroughtiron log basket, C omanche, Okemos. Male $250. 989-427-3205. brass fir eplace tool set, f at (neutered) gray & brown D A C H S H U N D A D O R A B L E wood. U sed 1 season. striped short-haired tabby, PU PS , available now. $350 YORKIE MALE AKC 12 wks. $1,250; orig cost $3,300. no white. VERY FRIENDLY. cash each. Vet care UTD. S hih Tzu Pups. Taking de517-641-8176 leave msg. REWARD. 517-333-8940. 517-543-7024/517-541-6004. posits. 517-589-8025.


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DENTAL SCHEDULING COORDINATOR We are looking for an experienced Schedu ling and Treatment C oordina tor with outstanding communication skills to join our dent al spa. Please e-mail resume to: valleydent alspa@ ORAL SURGERY OFFICE Needs f ront offic e person. C omputer literacy and dent al experience an ABSOLUTE MUST. S end resume to Oral S urgery PO Box 80093 Lansing MI 48908-0093

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT/ ATTORNEY CPA and/ or attorney with tax background wanted for growing tax resolution fir m with offic es in Lansing, Grand Rapids , Kalamazoo, Flint and S outhfield to represent clients befor e IRS and S tate of Michigan. C urrent position is in our Lansing offic e. E xcellent opportunity and competitive compensation package. S end resume with cover letter to: Mr. Lothamer Lothamer Tax Resolution PO Box 18129 Lansing, MI 48901-8129 or email to: Visit us on the web at:

Ingham Regional Assisted Living is looking for an enthusiastic indiv idu al who works well with various levels of mgmnt and is excellent with follow up. Primary responsibilities incld coordina ting appmnts for E xec Dir. and Dir. of Nursing, answering calls, and arranging resident transportation. Q ualifica tions: Good communication skills and grammar, multi-tasking, Microsoft Word & E xcel. 1yr exp. Apply in person at: 6429 Ear lington Lane, Lansing, MI (Behind Kroger on W. Sagina w) 517-321-3391 M-F 8:30am to 5pm

OFFICE MANAGER Full time position: Sal ary based on qualifica tions and experience. Hours 7:30 am to 4:00 p.m. M-F. E xcellent benefit package. Position des cription: Responsible for the associations accounting system (Mas 90) including AP/AR. payroll, general ledger , monthly fina ncial statements, employee benefit record s, and customer record s including seed inventory and seed dis persal. Application procedure: Interested persons should send resume by October 9th to: Michigan C rop Improvement Association P. O. Box 21008, Lansing, MI. 48909 Or e-mail resume to: j uddr Michigan C rop Improvement Association is a nonprofit organization involved in seed certificat ion and other related services.

MECHANICS Allied Automotive Group, the largest motor carrier in North America has immedia te openings for mechanics in Flint Mi. • Min. 5 yrs dies el and/ or heavy d uty truck repair • Welding and f abricating exp. • CDL license is a plus • Ability to work any d ays and hours Teamster pay and benefits Applications accepted at 4101 Holida y Dr. Flint, MI 48507, Mon-Fri 8-5 p.m. Or e-mail resume to mike. j amison@allieda utomotive .com. 800-891-4041. EOE

LEGAL SECRETARY/ ASSISTANT - Full-time opening for experienced S VICE ER ADVISOR Legal S ecretary needs to S tate of the art C hrysler, know ALL aspects of law Jeep and Dodge dea lership for a general litigation, in Lansing MI looking for probate and estate pracS ervice Ad visor, f ull benetice. MUST have dir ect unfits including hospitalizadersta nding of for ms, lettion and dent al, 401k, holiters and pleadings . Will ald ay and vacation pay. so assist with the telePlease email Jeff Freese at phones and work with jfr eese@championrocks. other support staff. Recom quirements: E xperience as a Legal S ecretary and Responsibilities: complete knowledge of • Greeting customers pleadings , motions, ap• C reating work orders peals. C omplete knowl• Handling incoming phone edge of Word Perfec t and calls Microsoft Word. Benefits • S etting appointments package and salary com• Sales / Getting authorizamensurate with experition for repairs ence. Please submit written resume to Knaggs, Requirements: Harter, Brake & Schneider , • Valid d river’s license P.C ., 7521 Westshire Drive, • Good attitude S uite 100, Lansing, Michi• S ome vehicle knowledge gan 48917. No phone calls please.





PREMIER LANSING childcar e center is seeking a professiona l administra tor to serve as E xecutive Director. C omplete job posting available at www.ec3kids .org/staff

We offer an attractive benefits package which includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, and 401(k) savings plan. S end resume to Human Resources, 29991 M60 East, Homer, Michigan, 49245. Fax: 517/568-7314. E mail tpetersen@

PART TIME WORK $14.25 base-appt Flex. sched. idea l for students, customer sales & service, condit ions apply, all ages 17+ 517-333-1700 Call TODAY! SECURITY Positions available in Lansing for U nifor med S ecurity. E xcellent opportunities for dedicat ed S ecurity Professiona ls. Minimum requirements: 21 yrs of age, HS diploma / GED, No C riminal C onvictions & Reliable Transportation. Apply on line at www.greatnorthernsentry .com or f ax resume (517) 783-4290.

E xecutive Director S mall non-profit child abuse prevention organization seeks permanent part time executive dir ector for Jackson C ounty. Q ualified indiv id ual will have a Bachelor or Master’s degr ee with relevant non-profit adminis trative and/ or management experience. E mail resume to: ckelley@

Mercantile Bank of Michigan is one of Michigan’s premier banks. Tremendous opportunities exist for a high perfor ming team-oriented indiv idu al looking to ad vance their career in banking. We currently have the follow ing position available in our East Lansing location: BRANCH MANAGER Responsibilities include management of branch staff with a foc us on providing excellent customer service and sales leadership. S uccessf ul leading of the internal sales process while being visible in the community is critical. Addit ional d uties include ensuring effic ient operational f unction of the branch. Required qualificat ions include a Bachelors Degree in Business, 3-5 years of successf ul management within a bank branch environment and a strong history of community involvement. We offer an outstanding compensation and benefit package. If interested, please visit our website at, or send resume and salary requirements to: Mercantile Bank of Michigan Attention: Human Resources 310 Leonard S t. NW Grand Rapids , MI 49504 (An E qual Opportunity E mployer)



Kalamazoo C ommunity Mental Health S ervices and S ubstance Abuse S ervices is seeking a d ynamic div ersity minded indiv idu al to work in an innovative regional culture of the S outhwest Michigan Affilia tion. We are seeking an indiv idu al who is able to provide executive leadership for regional clinical services in southwest Michigan. The successf ul candia d te will: dev elop, implement and monitor the Regional S trategic Plan; assure regional operations responsibilities are accomplished in the follow ing depa rtments: clinical, quality management, utilization management, access system, and customer services; dir ect the dev elopment and implementation of policies and procedure s; and assure regional f unctions are compliant with regulatory and contractual requirements. A Masters degr ee in S ocial Work, Psychology, C ounseling or related field and a minimum of ten years of administra tive and clinical experience in a mental health setting with six years progressively responsible and demon strated successf ul experience in community mental health administra tion and/ or mental health program dev elopment and deliv ery and two years administra tive and/ or clinical experience in a substance abuse setting is required. Valid Michigan Motor Vehicle Operator’s license is required. Michigan clinical profes sional licensure is strongly preferred. Hiring salary range is $89,250 $105,000. Resumes received af ter October 15, 2010 will not be consid ered. S end f ax or e-mail resume to: HR Generalist, 1st Wing 4th Floor, 3299 Gull Road, PO Box 63, Nazareth, MI 49074, Fax: (269) 553-8012, Refer to job number 10-032 when inquiring. TEACHER - PRESCHOOL Premier d aycare center near dow ntown Lansing seeking FT preschool teacher. C ompetitive salary and benefits. Preschool teaching exp and child dev elopment edu cation required; BA prefer red. E -mail cover letter, resume, and refer ences to job s@ec3kids .org.


We offer : ∂ PAID Orientation ∂ Full, Part-Time Positions ∂ S ervice-Produ ct C ommission ∂ Paid Vacation ∂ Health Benefits ∂ S tock Options ∂ 401(k) ∂ E quipment Provided

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ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN ENBRIDGE, a leader in pipelines and energy transportation, owns the world’s longest crude oil and liquids pipeline system.

Ingham Regional Assisted Living C ook S upervisor PT/FT E xperience with cooking for large groups and love of cooking; for mal f acility cook experience not necessary. Will train the right person. IApply in person at: 6429 Ear lington Lane, Lansing, MI (Behind Kroger on W. Sagina w) M-F 8:30am to 5pm

We have an immedia te opening for an E lectrical Technician at our S tockbridge, MI location. To apply, please visit our website @ www.enbridgeUS. com (job opening #12687). Q ualified candida tes should apply by October 8, 2010. No phone calls. EOE


ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: FOR EXPERIENCED CASHIERS , P/T evenings & weekends required. Apply in person M-50 Party S tore, C harlotte.







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Progressive, growing dental practice in Okemos is currently expanding its dent al team in search of the right players to fill the follow ing f ull-time positions: - Registered Dental Assistant: RDA status or equivalent experience required. - Schedu ling/Hygiene C oordina tor: E xcellent communication skills required, Dentrix softwa re experience preferred.



Amazing opp. for an experienced Ambulatory S urgery C enter Director within a stable, multi-specialty physicians group. BA degree & min. 5 yrs. perioperative exp. w/ supervisory responsibilities required. F/T w/ benefits. Drug screen & background check req’d. S end resume: or visit for more info.

Masonic Pathways is seeking a registered nurse manager for our S hort Term Rehab unit. Candida te must possess excellent organizational & communication skills and 2 years of Rehab experience in either a long term care or acute care setting. 2 years of management experience preferred. E xcellent wages and comprehensive benefits


Masonic Pathways Human Resources Department 1200 Wright Avenue Alma, MI 48801

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

HOTEL Cause way Bay Hotel & C onvention C enter is now seeking E xperienced Full Time Outside Sales Profes sionals. Base wages plus commission. Please apply within, Monda y - Frida y, 2pm-3pm, 6820 S . C eda r.


$599/MO.* 3 bd rm, 2 bath Over 1100 S q. Ft. All Appliances, W/D, C /A Newly remodeled, New Car pet and Paint throughout home! Holt Schools , Pet Friendly All C redit C onsider ed! NO APPLICATION FEES Call S un Homes at Kensington Meadows TODAY! (888)262-1683 www.kensingtonmeadows. com *cond. apply; fin. amt. 18,972/10.5% int. rate, 12 yr. term inc. dis c. site rent of $302 for 3 yrs. Offer exp. 9-30-10 EHO

LPN/RN Part time 3 d ays per week for pedia tric offic e. Pedia tric experience preferred. Fax resume to 517-3947782.




RELOCATE YOUR HOME AND SAVE! U p to $8,500 in relocation E xpenses, PLUS Discounted S ite Rent. $199*/mo. o f r 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

E d ucational Planner Aging S ervices of Michigan, the Association for not-for -profit long term care providers across the entire array of senior services, seeks candida tes for the position of E d ucational Planner. Responsibilities include curriculum dev elopment, planning, and coordina tion of edu cational and other events for the association membership. Long Term Car e experience is required. The idea l candida te will have strong communication, planning, prioritizing, and coordina tion skills. Prefer ence will be given to persons with In-S ervice or S taff Development experience. Please send letter of interest and resume to

If you or someone you know is qualified for either of these challenging, f ulltime positions and interested in joining a quality, ethical team that offers professiona l growth opportunity and competitive salary, please remit resume to: Brian Car lin, DDS c/o DBS Practice Management C onsultant PO Box 280 Bay C ity, MI 48707 or forwa rd resume online to d rosebush@ dent

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


COMMERCIAL AUCTION 100,240 SF Industri al Warehouse S tarting Bid: $750,000Mason Online Auction S tarts: 10/18 Dozens More / View Full Details RED,C LLC RE Brkr 6505355610

CEMETERY SPACES E astlawn Memorial Gardens , Okemos. Garden of Faith, 2 spaces side by side. Includes 2 vaults. Toda ys price approx. $6000. S ell for $3900. 989-235-6506. DEEPDALE CEMETERY 4 spaces, choice location, redu ced to $1200 ea. or $4000 all 4. 517-882-3294.

ROUND LAKE - LAKE ACCES. 4 BR, 4 baths, 2,000 sf, has separate apt., perfec t for d aycare or rental. New well. +/- 3/4 acre. $69,900, all offers consid ered. 828-226-9998 or 517290-2250, Mike. COACHMAN, SLEPS 6, self cont., air. 3000#. $1900 w/station wagon $3900. 517-669-9680, 517-256-6830




NEEDED 2 CARPENTERS For Manuf actured Home C ommunity to refurb ish manuf actured homes. Full time, experience required, must have valid d rivers license. $10 hr. Call Mon-Fri 9am-5p (517) 482-0709 or f ax resume to (517) 4820737. EO.E

REGIONAL RECIPIENT RIGHTS COORDINATOR /OFFICER, with responsibility for coordina tion of the regional rights program. Will be responsible for protecting client rights in the six county service area, in accord ance with the Michigan Mental Health C ode, & accredit ation standa rd s. Duties include coordina tion of rights activities in the 13 county region, supervision of the local rights system, investigating complaints & training agency staff in appropriate rights policies & proced ures. Requires minimum bachelor’s degr ee in human services or related field, master level prefer red. Two years experience working in the mental health field & supervisory experience required. FT, excellent benefits, salary range $44K to $63K. S end resume to: HR (#LN) at North C ountry CMH, One MacDonald Dr. S uite A, Petoskey, MI, 49770. Fax: 231-347-1241 or E -mail: EO.E

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,


QUALITY ENGINEER Brembo, North America, a world leader in the des ign and manuf acturing of braking systems and assembly of corner modu les has an opening for a Q uality E ngineer. S uccessf ul candia d tes must have a Bachelor’s degr ee and a minimum of fiv e years experience in manuf acturing quality engineering in assembly. Duties include participate in dev elopment and implementation of new and existing programs through APQP process, ensure part quality is maintained and customer expectations are met through supporting inprocess activities and corrective actions. Must have S tatistical Process C ontrol knowledge, strong computer skills, problem solving, lean manuf acturing, general business exposure, and be det ailed oriented, assertive, d ata d riven, and customer oriented.

NAIL TECH/ MANI/ PEDICURIST 2 positions open. C ommission based. E mail resumes to or call 517-202-3252.

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PREMIER LANSING child care center seeks an exceptional and passionate child dev elopment professiona l to serve as Program Director. C omplete job posting available at www.ec3kids .org/staff

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

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517-321-1765 EHO 307 N . CHESTNUT #2 - 1 Bed* 1 Bath*Finished Attic $550 517-349-7355



Q uiet community with spectacular lake views. Move in specials. Located btwn E . Lansing & Jackson. Off US127 in Mason!


OKEMOS- CUT,E VERY PRIVATE, 1 bd rm., enclosed garage & dec k. U pgraded kitchen, bath & new wood flrs are brightened by skylight & open flr plan. FireAUTO place & automatic garage OWNERS/ WAVERLY door opener a plus. Incl. Lg. clean quiet deluxe lower level storage and 1&2 bd rms, f rom $525, no WD hookup. Lg. wooded pets. Free heat. 517-712lot. $785. 517-899-0417. 4915, 202-3234, 323-1153

910 E . JOLLY Rd. 2 Bed * 1 Bath Apt $575 Call About Move-in S pecial 349-7355

BEECHFIELD E f f iciency thru 2 bedr oom, $325-$540. U tilities included. Taylor Realty 517-272-1512.

DEER CREK MANOR IN WILLIAMSTON S tudio starting at $405 1 bd rm starting at $520 2 bd rm S tanda rd starting at $620 2 bd rm Deluxe starting at $720 2 bd rm Luxury starting at $790 Hurry, they are going f ast! Call C yndi 517-285-8343 GRAND LEDGE 2-3 bd rm. fir eplace, garage, central air, washer & d ryer, $750$850. 517-282-9669 or 517-349-8000

Woodla nd Lakes Apts

1815 BAILEY 2 Bed * 1 Bath Apts $500 Call About MOVE- IN SPECIAL 517-3497355

517-393-4904 EHO

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



LIMITED TIME OFFER 2 & 3 BDRM APTS ∏ Private E ntries ∏ Washer/Dryer ∏ Holt Schools ∏ 24 Hr. Fitness

VILLAS OF WOODGATE Rent starts at $430 INCLUDES HEAT! Free Gym Membership S ecurity Deposits as low as $99 OLD TOWN - LCC - Lansing Twp. Beautifu l clean 1 & 2 bd rms., hard wood floors, $525-$675, heat included. 517-896-0718.

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$100 moves you in! "0" application fee & "0" sec. depos it

N O RENT UNTIL N V. O Call Toda y

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

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COLONIAL 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 2 bd rm., 1100 sf, hard wood floors, laundry. $600+ util. 482-8771. 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

MASON LARGE upda ted 2 519 S . HAYFORD in Lansing RENAISSANCE PROPERTY bd rm., 2 story + bsmnt. 2 Bed * 1 Bath * Garage MANAGEMENT laundry hookup, carport, $625 * Call For Move-in Featuring: Great Housesfir eplace. Patio w/ courtS pecial 517-349-7355 Great Prices! yard. Newer carpet, appli1815 Bailey 2 Bed *1 Bath C harances, laminante & paint. 813 W. LAWRENCE $500 Move-in S pecial! lotte 3 Bed* 1 Bath*Lg. Apts Trash, lawn, major snow 1231 W. Ionia 2 Bed *2 Yard $795 517-349-7355 incl. No big dogs . Nice Bath *Lrg U pstairs *W/D area. $715 +. Hook-up $700 517-853-6307. MASON LARGE 3 bd rm., 919 S . HOLMES ST. 2 bd rm., 904 LeGrand 2 Bed *1 Bath dow nstairs apt. Fireplace, *Partially Fenced Yd $595 $550 per mo. + utils. 1059 LANSING 3 dec k, basement. $800 + SOUTHEAST 500 Woodingha m #5 N. LARCH ST. 2 BR, $550 bd rm., 2 baths, loft , air, utilities. 694-1755 d ays, 2 Bed *1.5 Bath *Garden mo. + utils. Near busline. 2 bsmt., dec k, great neigh676-9178 wkends . C ell 505C ondo $695 BR apt., $550 mo., all utils borhood. No pets. $755 + 5875 wkends & nights. 910 E . Jolly Rd. 2 Bed *1 incld. Rooms w/private depos it. 517-393-8970. Bath Apt $575 Move-in S pebath, $350 all utils. incld . MASON LARGE 3 bd rm., cial! Call 484-5619. dow nstairs apt. Fireplace, 1799 Woods ide 3 Bed *1 dec k, basement. $825 + Bath *Sh ared Garage $895 utilities. 694-1755 d ays, 813 W. Lawrence 3 Bed *1 AFFORDABLE HOMES 1-4 676-9178 wkends . C ell 505Bath *Large Yd $795 bd rms, S ection 8 OK. 5875. 519 S . Hayfor d 2 Bed *1 Pets OK. Move in speBath *Garage $625 Movecial! Flexible terms in S pecial! available. $395-$1095. PORTLAND APTS 5826 ORC HARD CT. C lean 3 4695 Tolland 3 Bed *1.5 517-651-1374 bd rm, 1½ bath, f ull basehas spacious airBath *1-Car Garage $850 ment with W/D hookup. condit ioned 2 bd rm apt 1815 Linval 2 Bed *1 Bath New carpet, appliances. BE A HOME OWNER Rent to homes read y for immedi *Garage *En closed Front Fenced backyard, private ate occupancy. Move in toown. Owner will fina nce. Porch $625 dec k. C entral air. $800 + d ay for $299. Call 517-647Land C ontract available. 307 N . C hestnut #2 1 Bed utils. 517-332-9255. 4910 to tour your new Call 517-202-3121. *1 Bath *Finished Attic home! $550 GREAT LOCATION IN 718 W. Ionia S t. #1 1 Bed Groesbeck. 4 bd rm., 2 CHARLOTTE *1 Bath *Hard wood Floors bath. Open flr . plan, bonus 4968 Wheaton Rd., $550 f amily room, hard wood 4 bd rm., 1.5 bath 2 story 223 1/2 S . C lemens 1 Bed flrs., dis hwasher, washer/ 2000+ sq. f t. f armhouse. *1 Bath *Upper U nit $550 d ryer, fenc ed yd. Pets Full bsmnt., f uel oil heat. 517-349-7355 okay. $1,100/mo. 517-622-6059 517-420-7554 or HASLETT Lakefr ont on www.sunda ncefa milyhomecenter. Lake Lansing w/doc k, HOLT com gazebo, beautifu l view. 2 bd rm. d uplexes. HOMES FOR patio or dec k. Luxury 2 Nice yard. $650 & $560 bd rm w/ offic e, condo/ water & sewer included. RENT! DE W ITT 3 BDRM, 1 car apt. New maple kitchen, 517-694-1899. Payments starting as garage, No basement. black/ stainless applianlow as $599/mo. $800/mo + util & dep. ces, carpet, air. W/D. some HOLT- 2 LG bd rms, 1 bath, 3 Bed/2 Bath, NO PET!S 517-669-9798 fir eplace & granite, No big 2 story, large kitchen, cenOver 1000 S q. Ft. dogs , incl lawn, trash,snow tral air, washer/d ryer, exAll Appliances, W/D, $895 to $975. 517-853-6307 tra clean, f ull bsmt, gas CA, Holt Schools , EATON RAPIDS heat, small pets ok. Pet Friendly . 10929 Bunker Hwy, 517-468-3963 No Application fees ! 3 bd rm., 2 bath, 1344 sq. REDUCED S ecurity f t., ranch home. Full LANSING - 112 W. Thomas, Deposits. bsmnt., 2 car garage. comletely remodeled, 2 Call S un Homes at $850/mo. +. bd rm., 1 bath, central air, Kensington Meadows 517-622-6059 WD hookup. Fenced in Toda y! 1-888-258-2412 or yard. Near school & park. www.kensingtonmeadows. com 1799 WOODSIDE, E .L. 3 Bed www.sunda ncefa milyhome $595 + util. & dep. E xp. 9-30-10 EHO * 1 Bath * S hared Garage 517-627-3552 $895 517-349-7355 MASO-N LESLIE AREA 3010 ~LANSING~ Annis Rd. Beautifu l counEATON RAPIDS 2 BDRM TOWNHOMES for 1-4 BDRMS try setting, 2 story + f ull 11727 Bunker Hwy, $595/mo. w/ garage, W/D Available! S ection 8 OK. bsmt. 3 bd rms., 1 1/2 2 bd rm., 1 bath, 1408 sq. hookup, bsmt. or balcony. $450-$850. Call Mark at baths, kitchen, dec k off f t., 2 story f armhouse. S pecials available! Call for 517-482-6600 dining area, liv. rm., att. Full michigan bsmnt. det ails! The Brookshires garage, W/D hookup, $650/mo. +. Avail. 9/1 (517)394-0736. appli. f urn., $825 sec. dep. 517-622-6059 $825 mo. + utils. C redit ~LANSING~ or AIRPORT AREA TOWN check. No pets, no smok1-4 BDRMS www.sunda ncefa milyhome HOME 2 & 3 bd rms, $695ing. 517-589-8362. Available! S ection 8 OK. 720, carpet, patio, bsmt. $450-$850. Call Mark at MASON Okemos Schools . Must see. 517-321-1040. 517-482-6600 1685 S tillman. 2 bd rm., 1.5 1 bd rm., on bath, completely remod - GRAND LEDGE BLUE WATER VILLAGE the river, patio dec k, f ureled, on 2 acres. Att’d 1 car Dimonda le, near GM Delta LAN I S G N 1803 DONORA, nished, washer & d ryer, 10 garage. $800+ utilities. No plant. New 2 & 3 bd rms, 2 lease to own, 2 bd rm/ 1 mo. lease. Call 602-300pets/ smoking. For more baths, starting at $700 bath, hard wood floors, ap9672. info., 517-930-1575 & trash incl. all applianpliances included. WD ces, bsmt., pets welcome. hookup 2 car det atched Call 517-749-1714 or GRAN D LE D GE garage, $650/mo + $650 WEBBERVILLE2 bd rm. 517-372-6250 714 E . Maple. 3 bd rm., 1.5 dep. No pets/d rugs. 517d uplex, 2 car garage, bath, 2 car garage, lg. 749-2482. $740/mo. 517-521-3242 or yard. $975+ util. 482-8771 EDGEWOOD VILLAS 2&3 810-923-0910. bd rm townhomes only $549-699. Call to schedu le LANIS NG2 BDRM/1 a tour! 517-887-5000 BATH Home for $18,900. Payments as GRAND LEDGE: U pda ted lg. HOME FOR low as $120/mo. Call 1200 sq. f t., 2 bd rm., + Now 800-240-0578 bsmnt., laundry. 1.5 bath, 2 RENT! story. Garage, lg. kitchen 3 Bed/2 Bath, & bd rms,. w/balcony. All Appliances, W/D, Fresh paint, newer carpet. LAN S IN G - 2 bd rm houses CA, 2-Car 2124 PLEASANT VIEW No big dogs . $750 + util. & 2 bd rm d uplexes and attached garage, 2 bd rm., f ull bsmt., 517-853-6307 apts. $600-$675. Local No Application Fees garage, fenc ed yard, owner cell 989-550-1181. Red u ced S ecurity $750+ util. (517) 482-8771 Deposits. MASO:N MOVE IN $799/mo. inc. site rent S P E C I A L . 2 BR, 1 bath and trash removal. shared bsmt. with locked ST JOHNS 211 Wight S t. 3 2933 CRESTWOOD * RE Call S un Homes at storage/laundry, air, fenbd rm. home. No smoking DU D E C * 4 Bed * 2.5 Bath * 1-888-894-3451 ced backyard. $610 mo. or pets. $750 mo + dep. & $1495 with $1000 MOVE- IN E xp. 9-30-10 EHO 517-230-3885,517-202-1781 util. 989-224-7851 SPECIAL! 517-349-7355 MASON 2 & 3 bd rm. fir eplace, central air, washer/ d ryer. $750-$900. 517-282-9669 517-349-8000

PETS WELCOME! 103 Car low S t., Eat on Rapids Very clean 1860 sqf t ranch built in 2000. 3 bedr oom, 3 bath. Master bedr oom has walkin closet and master bath with j acuzzi tub. Ca thedr al ceilings, gas fir eplace, floors are hard wood, carpet, ceramic tile. large fenc ed yard for pets. Partially finis hed basement. Main floor laundry. within walking dista nce to ER schools and Cat holic C hurch. Nice f amily neighborhood. House is idea l for a f amily or for seniors. Appliances included. You pay utilities. $1250/mo plus one month security depos it. Occupancy Nov.1. Rent to own option available. For pictures or more infor mation please call or email. (517)712-2679 48827 LANSING HOME 2 story 3 bd rm., for mal dining ,new kitchen, Call 517-641-7271 or 517214-7648. LANSING HOME For rent. Neat & clean, 3 bd rm., 1st fl. laundry. Call 517-641-7271 or 517-214-7648.

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

S . LANSING , 5142 BOGART ST., 4 Bd rm., 1.5 bath home, 2 car garage, AC, $1,000; 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.

RILEY TWP. $600 per mo. + utilities + depos it. Call 989-224-2008.

ST JOHN:S 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


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OKEMOS SCHOOLSKEY - T S . JOHNS/ FOWLER S T O N E S ub. N . of Grand S C HOOLS -4 bd rm. f armRive on Okemos Rd. 4 house + liv. & din. rm., of bd rm., 3.5 bath in nice, fic e & playroom. 1 car atquite neighborhood. Loft , tached garage, large yard. kitchen, dec k, f ully fin. $800+ util. 517-449-5392. basement. $1,500/mo. + util. 517-402-3368

LANSING SOUTHSIDE 3 bd rm., w/ garage, large backyard. S ection 8 welcome. C lose to schools. $650+ depos it. LC avail. 517-393-5188, 616-527-2008

ST JOHNS – Only $340/Mo! Lease to Own! Your Own Home! Over 1,500 sq.ft . N ew Car pet & Paint ~ Many more to choose f rom!! THE MEADOWS (989) 224-7707

WAVERLY 2 BDRM home, WILLIAMSTON - 5 bd rm., 3 appliances, W/D hookup, bath, split level country garage, large yard, $650 +. home on 5 acres. 2 car gaAlso, spacious upper d urage. Gorgeous dec k, pet plex, 2 bd rms., appliances, okay. Horse run-in - horse garage, $625 +. N o smokokay. 20 minutes f rom ing or pets. Safe, quiet, priMS.U $1,500/mo. 231-258vate park. 517-484-8220. 3413

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

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Shop when you want! Visit for vehicles in the Lansing area.

BMW 750IL 2007 $36,500/OBO Blk on blk, 37K mi., Wrnty til 01/12, 21’’ BMW whls 517-303-5060

BUICK ’94 $2900 5.1 Wagonmaster E state. High mi. Trailer pkg. Good cond. C ell 517-256-6830 517-669-9680 REGAL LS 2003 4 d r. S eda n, V6, loade,d E xcellent cond.

$5000 sunroof, leather 517-349-3416

Cadillac CADILLAC ALLANTE 1989 C onvertible, low mi.


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

Chevrolet CORVETTE 2008 $42,900 V8, Nav igation, Leather, 9500mi., Orange 517-646-5952 $2,100 517-281-1463

COBALT LT 2007 COUPE $8900 52500mi, 4cyl, Red, Auto start, nonsmoker, CLEAN 517-719-8765

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

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

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

$11,400 517-321-7873


$2,500/OBO 517-896-6875

Jeep-Eagle CHEROKEE SPORT 4WD 2001 $6,900 Airbags, AC, Power o d ors/windows, 86500mi., Blue 517-575-7452

Lincoln TOWN A C R 2001 $4990 Premium S ound, a N vy blue, tan lthr 135Kmi, loaded 517-410-7966

Mercedes Benz MERCEDES BENZ 560 SL 1989 $15,000 White, Parchment int., 56,000 mi. E xcellent cond. 517-896-6875

HUMMER H2 T US 2006 $32,900 C hrome PKG, Ad venture S eries Pkg. 37,548 miles 517-388-0197 CHEVY S -10 ’8 2 82k mi., V6, 4 speed. Must see.

$2300 517-267-9276

BONNEVILLE SLE 1999 $2,500 150k, 3800V6, N ice paint & leather, runs good. 517-214-3222



VET N R U ,E 1999 111K mi., one owner. Good condit ion.

CROWN VICTORIA, 1997 $1200/BEST 100K+ mi., Runs good, many new parts. Good condit ion. 517-507-8432 TAURUS SE 2000 $3,400 6 cyl, auto, pwr S eats, 103000mi., Blue, nice car 517-525-3311



Mini Vans

C EVY SUBURBAN H LT 1500 2002 $5900 5.3L, all pwr, new tires, wheel barings & f uel pump E xcellent cond. 517-525-0445

GRAND PRIX 2002 $4300 White, S poiler, A/C , All Power, CD, High Mileage 517-712-7884


GRAND AM SE 2002 $4800 3.4, 4DR, Auto, S ilver, 113K, new tires, sunroof, sharp 517-625-6601

CHEVY VENTURE LT 2001 $5950 Loade,d 98K mi., burgundy over lt gray, pwr sliders 517-230-4745

AZTEK 2003 $6499/OBO Red, 92k, pwr w/l, 6 d sk cd, non smoker, CLEAN 517-303-5100

CHEVY UPLANDER LS 2008 $11,800/OBO 7 pass., 3.9 V6, 43,000 mi., S teel blue over light gray 517-230-4745

Sport Utility Vehicles FORD EXPLORER LIMITED 2005 $12,250 All Whl Drive, V8, Lthr, DVD, 99750mi., Black 517-974-5331 GMC V NE OY L S T 2004 $12,750 6 cyl, S unroof, Lthr, 81000mi., Black 248-321-3854 NISAN PATHFINDER LE 2003 BLUE $8,999 6 cyl, lthr, 105000mi. 4wd, moonroof, new tires 517-449-4834


Automobiles Wanted VEHICLES WANTED a C s h money, Free towing. Call Anytime.

DEAD/ ALIVE 517-487-8704

Junk Cars Wanted BUYING JUK N A C RS 7-da ys per week!!!

$50-$500 269-420-2676

AAAAAAA CARS & TRUK C S WANTD E . We will pay top dolla r in 30 min. Free pickup. 517-420-1925 or 256-9381.

COROLLA CE 2003 $4,795 4 cyl, Driver Airbag, 103330mi, 5 S pd, A/C , Beige 517-694-3900

PAYING TOP $ For j unk cars, trucks or vans. C lean yard = happy wife. 517-543-0825, 517-588-1518

COROLLA LE 2010 $12,950 ASKING PRICE White w/gray cloth, pw, pl, cruise, CD, 32K mi. f actory warranty 517-202-3687

BENJAMIN &O S N A1 TOWING WANTD E Junk cars, vans & trucks. Top $ paid . 517-372-9737



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