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NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”, The Whiting, 1241 E. Kearsley St., Flint, (810) 237-7333, www.TheWhiting.com, 8 p.m. Nov. 4 " Stand-up comedy with the finalists from the show. Cost: $15, $25, $35, $39.

EXHIBITS

“Canstruction” competition, Meridian Mall, 1982 W. Grand River Ave., Okemos, (248) 855-6777, Oct. 30-Nov. 7 " International charity competition where architects, interior designers and students design and build giant structures made entirely from full cans of food. All projects will remain on display through Nov. 7. Cans will then be donated to the Greater Lansing Food Bank. Hosted by the American Institute of Architects, Mid-Michigan Chapter.

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Celebrating the Classics: “The Sting”, Celebration Cinema, 200 E. Edgewood Blvd., Lansing, 393-7469, www.celebrationcinema.com, 1:30 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. Nov. 2 and 4. Cost: $3.

LIBRARIES

Brewpub Book Club, Michigan Brewing Company Brewpub, 402 S. Washington Square, Lansing, 977-1349, 7-9 p.m. Nov. 4 " Join us for lively book discussions at the Michigan Brewing Company in downtown Lansing. This month’s selection is “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot.

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Carter Moulton, Jeff Pianki and Joe Hertler, Scene Metrospace, 110 Charles St., East Lansing, 319-6832, www.scenemetrospace.com, 9 p.m. Nov. 4 " All-ages show. Cost: $5. INSTRUMENTAL

Music at the Museum: Brass Ensembles, Michigan Historical Museum, 702 W. Kalamazoo St., Lansing, 373-3559, 1:30 p.m. Nov. 4 " An MSU College of Music presentation featuring musicians from the College of Music performing during the museum’s annual WinterFest. " JAZ Z

Jazz at Mumbai, Mumbai Cuisine, 340 Albert, East Lansing, 517 336 4150, 7-10 p.m. Nov. 4 " With the Sarah Slonim Quartet.

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Neil Gordon Trio, Moriarty’s Pub, 802 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 485-5287, 8-11 p.m. Nov. 4. " VAR I ETY

Chip Christy, Blue Gill Grill, 1591 Lake Lansing Road, Haslett, 339-4900, 7-11 p.m. Nov. 4. " Dan MacLachlan, Mark’s Watershed, 5965 Marsh Road, Haslett, 999-7433, 9 p.m. Nov. 4.

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NE Thing Goes, Colonial Bar and Grille, 3425 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Lansing, 882-6132, 9 p.m. Nov. 4. " Trevor Compton, Ryan’s Roadhouse, 902 E. State St., St. Johns, (989) 224-2550, 7-11 p.m. Nov. 4. "

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Disney’s “Mary Poppins”, Wharton Center, Cobb Great Hall, East Lansing, 432-2000, www.whartoncenter.com, 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays, 1 p.m. Nov. 4, 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, 8 p.m. Fridays, 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturdays, 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sundays, Nov. 3-21 " Broadway musical. Cost: $19.50-$72.

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Community reception, Lansing Art Gallery, 113 S. Washington Square, Lansing, 374-6400, www.lansingartgallery.org, 7-9 p.m. Nov. 5. "

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“Canstruction” competition, Meridian Mall, see Thursday, Nov. 4.

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Frog and the Beeftones, Moriarty’s Pub, 802 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 485-5287, 10 p.m. Nov. 5-6. " Stan Budzynski and 3rd Degree, Barn Tavern, 207 S. Bridge St., Grand Ledge, 622-8686, 9:30 p.m. Nov. 5-6. " LIST CONTINUES Page 04

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Basic Cheese Making class, Woldumar Nature Center, 5739 Old Lansing Road, Lansing, 322-0030, www.woldumar.org, 6-8 p.m. Nov. 4 and 11 " Learn the basics of artisan cheese making in this two-session course led by Gary Colles. Participants will make soft cheeses during the first session and un-aged or “baby” cheese at the second session. Call or e-mail info@woldumar.org to register. Cost: $25 for Woldumar members, $30 for non-members.

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Author visit, Tuesday Books, 137 W. Grand River Ave. #3, Williamston, 655-9700, www.tuesdaybooks.com, 7 p.m. Nov. 4 " Twesigye Jackson Kaguri, author of “The Price of Stones” and founder of Nyaka School for AIDS orphans in Uganda. "

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“Reasons to Be Pretty”, Peppermint Creek Theatre Company, Creole Gallery, 1218 Turner St., Lansing, 927-3016, www.peppermintcreek.org, 8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays, Nov. 4-6 " A love story about the impossibility of love directed by Deb Keller. Four young working class friends and lovers become increasingly dissatisfied with their dead-end lives and each other. Call or go online to purchase tickets. Cost: $15, $10 for students and seniors 55 and older.


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Rock Canyon, Whiskey Barrel Saloon, 410 S. Clippert St., Lansing, 351-5690, www.whiskeybarrelsaloon.net, 9 p.m. Nov. 5-6. Cost: cover. Mark Stuart, Orchard Street Pump House, 368 Orchard St., East Lansing, 927-2100, www.markstuart.net, 7-9 p.m. Nov. 5 " Mark played in the Nashville Honky Tonks when he was 15, had his own band by 17, and has played lead guitar and recorded for Freddy Fender, Steve Earle, and Steve Forbert. Cost: $10, all money to the musicians; free for children. HIP-HOP

Hip-hop showcase, Level II, 6810 S. Cedar St., Lansing, 694-1200, 9 p.m. Nov. 5 " With Sincere and Royal House Entertainment. Cost: $10 for ages 18-20, $7 for 21 and older. INSTRUMENTAL

Absolute Music, Absolute Gallery, 307 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing, 482-8845, www.absolutegallery.net, 8 p.m. Nov. 5 " “Homage to Claude Debussy” as presented by Sergei Kvitko, piano; Ken Beachler, narrator; Caroline Hartig, clarinet; Deborah Moriarty, piano; Richard Sherman, flute. Cost: $10 adults, $5 students. JAZ Z

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Jazz Octet III and IV, MSU Music Building auditorium, West Circle Drive, East Lansing, 355-3345, www.music.msu.edu, 8 p.m. Nov. 5. Cost: $10, $8 for seniors, free for students. Jazz Sabbath service, Congregation Shaarey Zedek, 1924 Coolidge Road, East Lansing, 351-3570, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 5 " “The Afro-Semitic Experience” band will

Sept. 24 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.

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Group Therapy, Classic Pub & Grill, 16219 S. U.S. 27, Lansing, 484-4808, 9:30 p.m. Nov. 5-6. " VAR I ETY

Avon Bomb, Colonial Bar and Grille, 3425 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Lansing, 882-6132, 9 p.m. Nov. 5-6. " Capitol City Groove, Center Stage, 1785 W. State Road, Lansing, 482-2280, 8:30 p.m. Nov. 5. " Dan MacLachlan, Waterfront Bar and Grille, 325 City Market Drive, Lansing, 483-7460, 6-10 p.m. Nov. 5. Cost: cover. Ingham County Ramblers, Corner Bar, 505 E. Shiawassee St., Lansing, 374-3565, 9 p.m. Nov. 5. Rush Clement, Leo’s Spirits & Grub, 2085 W. Grand River Ave., Okemos, 349-1100, 9 p.m. Nov. 5.

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Showdown, R Club, 6409 Centurion Drive, Lansing, 321-7440, 8 p.m. Nov. 5-6. " Vid Weatherwax, Troppo, 101 S. Washington Square Suite 100, Lansing, 371-4000, 6-10 p.m. Nov. 5. " WLNZ Grand River Radio Diner, Lansing City Market, 325 City Market Drive, Lansing, 483-7460, www.wlnz.org, noon-1 p.m. Nov. 5 " With Richard DelCamp from 12-12:30 p.m. and Kyle Hurd from 12:30-1 p.m. "

NATURE

“How to Build a Planet”, Abrams Planetarium, MSU campus, East Lansing, 355-4672, www.pa.msu.edu, 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 4 p.m. Sundays,

from the Bridge”, Dart Auditorium, Lansing Community College, 500 N. Capitol Ave., Lansing, 372-4636, www.lcc.edu, 8 p.m. Nov. 5-6 and 12-13, 2 p.m. Nov. 7 " Arthur Miller’s taut and compelling drama about Eddie Carbone. Directed by Andy Callis. Call for tickets. Cost: $10, $5 for LCC faculty, staff, alumni and all students, 2 for 1 tickets Nov. 12 includes reception and talkback.

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First Friday Free Dance Concert, Happendance Studios, 3448 Hagadorn Road, Okemos, 333-3528, www.happendance.org, 8-9:15 p.m. Nov. 5 " This free event will feature Happendance 2, the junior company comprised of 14 dancers, age 12-18. H2 Members receive pre-professional training in a variety of dance styles and work with various local choreographers.

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All-of-us Express Children’s Theatre: “The Time Machine”, East Lansing Hannah Community Center, 819 Abbot Road, East Lansing, 333-2580, www.cityofeastlansing.com/ allofus, 7 p.m. Fridays, 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Saturdays, Nov. 5-13 " More than 48 area children will perform in this H.G. Wells classic story. Tickets can be purchased at the East Lansing Hannah Community Center, by visiting the website, or by calling the center. Cost: $5 for children 17 and younger, $7 for adults 18 and older. Disney’s “Mary Poppins”, Wharton Center, see Thursday, Nov. 4. Noonie’s Masterpiece in Purple, Mid-Michigan Family Theatre, 440 Frandor Ave., Lansing, 339-2145, www.mmft.net, 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 3 p.m. Sundays, Nov. 5-15 " Noonie

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Funktion spins heavy funk and party music with highenergy, life-of-the-party stage antics. The 7-piece funk band out of Kalamazoo is starting to develop a broad fanbase in the Midwest, thanks in no small fashion to a busy summer touring schedule that took the guys through Michigan and surrounding states. Jump back a few weeks, and the guys were taking their show on a 10-day tour all the way out to Colorado. The Loft in Lansing hosts Funktion Thursday, as part of their “Lifted Thursday” series, showcasing uplifting, danceable music. “We’re excited for the opportunity to bring our show to all those Lansing funk fans,” says keyboard player Hugh Little. “We can’t wait to get down at The Loft.” • Funktion, Apollo Rhythm League, Galapagos Five • 9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4 • The Loft (above Harem Urban Lounge) • 414 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 267-7898, $5

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Art Happens opening ceremony, Capital Area District Library Okemos Branch, 4321 Okemos Road, Okemos, 347-2021, www.cadl.org, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 6 " Around 85 local artists will exhibit their works at the 39th Friends of the Okemos Library annual art show and sale. Show runs through Nov. 28. " Second Monday Artists reception, Gracie’s Place, 151 S. Putnam St., Williamston, 256-8335, www.secondmondayartists.com, 2-4 p.m. Nov. 6 " For show “Abstracted.” Includes abstract and non-representational art from many of the members. "

CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES

Interactive Story Time, Schuler Books & Music, Meridian Mall, Okemos, 349-8840, www.janethalfmann.com, 1-2 p.m. Nov. 6 " Children will help former area resident Janet (Kloeckner) Halfmann tell the stories of her two new picture books, “Fur and LIST CONTINUES Page 08

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Black Label Society visits Zakk Wylde understands that writing music, whatever the genre, is an organic process. It’s something you can force, contrive or fake. “It always starts with a riff. The riff will easily dictate the melody, because it just inspires you to start singing something,” he says, chatting one early morning from his home outside of Los Angeles. With a musical backstory that includes playing lead guitar for Ozzy and fronting heavy metal group Black Label Society, it’s no hyperbole to say Wylde is one of the most sought-after guitarists in the world. Black Label Society plays two area shows this weekend: Friday at the Deltaplex Arena in Grand Rapids and Sunday at the Fillmore in Detroit. Wylde took the time to with NOISE about his new, Billboard-topping album and more. NOISE: Congrats on Black Label Society’s new album, “Order of the Black,”

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NOISE: Awesome. When will that come out? Wylde: I’m working on it as we speak. It’ll be out next year, for sure. This thing will have everything: photos of my gear, microphone techniques, all the scales and modes and a DVD with my soloing and how it works. NOISE: You parted ways with Ozzy last year. Are you two still tight? Wylde: Absolutely. Without Ozzy, there’d be no Zakk Wylde. There’d be no Black Label. I wouldn’t have the Bunker studio. I wouldn’t have Black Label hot sauces or Black Label beer or Black Label beef jerky, and I’m working on coffee right now. I’ve got all these things flying around on the table, all because of Ozzy.

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debuting No. 4 on Billboard. You recorded this in your new home studio, The Bunker. Wylde: Yeah, it’s awesome. When you think about it, with all the money you end up spending, it’s worth it. I remember telling Ozzy when he put up a studio, “Ozzy, can you imagine how much money you must have spent from the first Black Sabbath album until now on recording?”… With Pro Tools, people can record at their homes and actually put out album-quality stuff. NOISE: So many musicians look up to you. Flattering? Wylde: Well, my friends always said, “Zakk, stick around long enough, and they’ll have no choice but to actually like you.” [Laughs] I’m like, “Thanks, guys.” So, between all the moral support I get from my buddies, it’s a miracle I’m still playing. [Laughs] NOISE: How many guitars do you own? Wylde: I probably have over 200 now. I’m doing a book right now, so I’ll know exactly the count I have and the serial numbers. It’s going to be the Zakk Wylde/Black Label guitar Bible.

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Think cozy, and a chic style will follow this fall

orange we’re seeing. Here, a simple silhouette, say a sweater and skinny jeans in neutral tones, gets some volume and dimension with a pop of color. Michelle’s wearing a Joseph A ivory top from Macy’s; Tucker for Target wrap jacket; and H&M skinny khakis in camel. J. Renee linen crocodile kid leather winter white pump from SRI (www.srishoes.com).

• You’ll find a version of the faux fur vest at every price. Go for it! And don’t think it can’t be chic. Here we use one to build a palette of cool in the season’s neutral tones. Mercedes wears a fuzzy vest by Pure Sugar; a Kenneth Cole heather mockneck; Joe’s Jeans in gray; and Steve Madden trouser shoe in gray. Clothes courtesy of Belk; shoes courtesy of SRI. • The ladylike trend doesn’t have to mean girly soft. Combine delicate looks like a lace — a big trend this season — with pieces that have some edge, and you’ll be more woman than girl. Michelle wears a Cynthia Steffe mocha lace skirt with leather trim; a Theory white T-shirt; a Costa Blanca faux leather wrinkled look jacket. All from Belk. Nine West taupe pumps from SRI.

• Dress the faux fur vests up or go cowgirl chic. Michelle wears an INC faux leather vest cognac over a Joseph A ivory sweater; and Michael by Michael Kors Indigo wash skinny jean, all from Macy’s. Enzo Angiolini natural clog from SRI. • Byron has on a Merona purple v-neck sweater from Target; Banana Republic Heritage collection dark charcoal wool back stitch pant flat front. Converse charcoal brushed leather high top at SRI.

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• Sleeveless polkadot blouse in red, $24.99, and tweed skirt in black/ white, $26.99. At Target and target.com.


Feathers” and “Good Night, Little Sea Otter.” "

Fab in Black Party, Level II Ultra Lounge, 6810 S. Cedar St., Lansing, www.neptix.com, 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Nov. 6 " Featuring comedian Joe Torry and a DJ. Wear your fashionably black attire. A photographer will be on site. A portion of the proceeds goes to benefit the Joe Torry Foundation. Cost: $20 in advance, $35 VIP.

Free Salsa Lesson, Gregory’s, 2510 N. Martin Luther King Blvd., Lansing, 881-0675, www.facebook.com/ group.php?gid=105013472873823, 9:30-10:30 p.m. Saturdays " Taught by East Lansing Latin Dancers and local salsa instructor (and personal trainer) Stephen Alexander. Class size is limited and is first come first come, first served. Afterward, you are encouraged to enjoy a night of

EXHIBITS

awesome Latin music, provided by DJ “Ace” (Adrian Lopez) and the East Lansing Latin Dancers. Cost: salsa class is free, general club cover $5.

“Canstruction” competition, Meridian Mall, see Thursday, Nov. 4.

Strictly for Fun Ballroom/ Swing Dance, Central United Methodist Church, 215 N. Capitol Ave., Lansing, 712-6674, 7 p.m. Nov. 6 " 7 p.m. intermediate cha cha lesson, 8-10:30 p.m. general dancing. Snacks and refreshments provided. Cost: $10 for lesson only, $10 for dance only, $15 for both.

Friends of the Library Euchre Tournament, Capital Area District Library Aurelius Branch, 1939 S. Aurelius Road, Mason, 628-3743, www.cadl.org, 7 p.m. Nov. 6 " Bring finger foods to share. Cost: donation required to play.

LIBRARIES

LITERARY

www.schulerbooks.com, 1 p.m. Nov. 6 " Author of children’s books such as “Fur and Feathers,” “Seven Miles to Freedom” and “Good Night, Little Sea Otter.” "

Russell E. McLogan, Barnes & Noble, 333 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing, 324-3926, www.bn.com, noon-3 p.m. Nov. 6 " Michigan author and Pacific World War II MUSIC veteran will discuss and sign copies A C O U S T I C of his autobiography, “Boy Soldier.” Jammin’ Round with " Jamie-Sue featuring The Flying Latini Brothers, Storytime with Janet Christ United, 1000 W. Webb Road, Halfmann, Schuler Books & DeWitt, 651-5487, Music, 1982 Grand River Ave., Meridian Mall, Okemos, 349-8840, LIST CONTINUES Page 10

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The Five Guys Burger and Fries’ little bacon cheeseburger is $4.69, and all toppings are free. The regular fries are $2.69. Five Guys makes their fries in peanut oil, and there’s no artificial fats in their food. Photos by Esther Gim NOISE

Five Guys Burgers and Fries is the newest place people in the area people are talking about. Every time I drive by the East Lansing burger joint, no matter the time — it’s hopping. After stopping by for lunch recently, it’s easy to see why.

623 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing, 332-3483 www.fiveguys.com • 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday-Wednesday • 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Thursday-Saturday

THE SCENE

It’s very clean, very loud (because of the music) and very busy. We were order No. 39 and 20 minutes later they called out order No. 57. It feels like a diner with red and white checkered decor. Walls are lined with press clippings that praise the food and drawings made by kids. Peanuts are complimentary, something to snack on while waiting for your order.

THE FOOD

The menu is basic — burgers, hot dogs and fries. Basically you build your own — there’s more than 250,000 possible ways to make your

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The back entrance of the restaurant, which opened earlier this month. burger, or so they say. That’s because of the 15 toppings they offer, ranging from jalapeno peppers to hot sauce. And it’s all free. Burgers come regular (two patties) or little (one patty). You can also make your own veggie sandwich. Laura went with the little bacon cheeseburger ($4.69) and added lettuce and tomatoes. I ordered a kosher-style hot dog ($3.29) with onions. We also shared an order

of regular fries ($2.69), which was plenty for two. All orders come in a brown paper bag, and the food is wrapped in foil. My hot dog was amazing, and next time I’ll probably order two. The bun was soft, and the meat was juicy and had a lot of flavor. The meat was cut down the middle, so the onions, and ketchup and mustard were in between the slices of the meat. Laura also enjoyed her burger. The bacon was

crispy, the lettuce was fresh and the tomatoes were juicy. The fries are made from fresh potatoes (and tasted like it) and cooked in peanut oil, which I thought made the difference.

THE DRINKS

Five Guys serves Coca-Cola products, including two flavors of Fanta, which you don’t see in most places.

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The last time singer-songwriter Mark Stuart played the East Lansing Pump House with his wife, Stacey Earle, he sold out the venue. Now the Ashland City, Tenn. musician is back, this time going the solo route. (Don’t worry, he still tours with his wife, too.) Hear his homespun roots at the Pump House Friday. If you’re a fan of Americana, folk, roots and country, this show is for you. The sound is twangy with enough rock and edge to have scored Canadian singer-songwriter James Keelaghan gigs on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and MTV. Along with his wife, he’s opened for some of the best of the genre, including Willie Nelson, Joan Baez, Steve Earle, Ralph Stanley, Richard Thompson and Gregg Brown. • Mark Stuart • Doors 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5 • The Pump House, East Lansing, 927-2100 • Suggested $10 donation. All money goes to the artists.

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Avon Bomb, Colonial Bar and Grille, 3425 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Lansing, 882-6132, 9 p.m. Nov. 5-6. " Conchord, Center Stage, 1785 W. State Road, Lansing, 482-2280, 8:30 p.m. Nov. 6. " Crosstowne Traffic, Sir Pizza Grand Cafe, 201 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing, 484-4825, 8 p.m. Nov. 6. " Rush Clement, Courthouse Pub, 160 W. Maple St., Mason, 676-6941, 9:30 p.m. Nov. 6.

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Sammy Gold, Leo’s Spirits & Grub, 2085 W. Grand River Ave., Okemos, 349-1100, 9 p.m. Nov. 6. " Showdown, R Club, 6409 Centurion Drive, Lansing, 321-7440, 8 p.m. Nov. 5-6. " Singers on the Grand: “Our American Songbook”, Grand Ledge Opera House, 121 S. Bridge St., Grand Ledge, 627-1443, www.gloperahouse.com, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 6, 3 p.m. Nov. 7 " Broadway show tunes, pop, jazz and sacred songs performed as solos, duets and ensembles. Tickets are available at the Opera House, Ace Hardware and MacDowell’s Hearth & Floral. Call the Opera House or Libby Brandon at 627-2715 for more information. Cost: $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Tony Sills, Lansing City Market, 325 City Market Dr, Lansing, 483-7460, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 6. "

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

MUS I C

James

THE MORNING AFTER/ T HE N I GH T B EF O R E (ISLAND/MERCURY)

The last time a band I liked tried the ‘revel then reflect’ concept for an album, it was Counting Crows stumbling mightily through “Saturday Nights and Sunday Mornings.” An awkward and clunky listen and not one I was eager to revisit. To see the near-infallible James visit similar territory (though as dual EPs combined as one record) caused a moment’s hesitation, but was wholly unfounded. “Morning / Night” is a calculated but rewarding listen, and another triumph. Starting with the comedown of “Morning,” the album crafts sublime and reflective soundscapes, recalling the group’s work with Brian Eno. As the record progresses and ‘Night’ begins, the tempo quickens and the sound is more propulsive, drawing out contemplations of the barely-controlled revelry of the night before. With the band sounding confident and Tim Booth’s vocals gorgeous as ever, “Morning / Night” is a pensive, layered adult pop album, and one of my favorites of the year.

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NATURE

“How to Build a Planet”, Abrams Planetarium, MSU campus, East Lansing, 355-4672, www.pa.msu.edu, 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 4 p.m. Sundays, Sept. 24 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.

RACES

The Third annual d’Ear 10k Trail Race 5K Nature Walk, Lake Lansing Park North, 6260 E. Lake Drive, Haslett, 337-1717, 10 a.m. Nov. 6 " All proceeds will benefit The Listening Ear Crisis Intervention Center. Entry fee includes long-sleeved T-shirt, goody bag and post race food. To register pick up forms at Playmakers or The Ear (313 W. Grand River Ave.), or online through www.theear.org or www.playmakers.com. Cost: Registration fee is $25 through Nov. 5; registration on race day is $30.

THEATER

All-of-us Express Children’s Theatre: “The Time Machine”, East Lansing Hannah Community Center, see Friday, Nov. 5.

Dinner Theater: “Exit the Body”, American Legion Post 502, 220 S. Ovid St., Elsie, (989) 862-5500, 2 p.m. or 6 p.m. Nov. 6 " Elsie Arts Council presents this comedic mystery by Fred Carmichael. For information or to make reservations call Mary Lou at (989) 862-4544. Seating is limited. Dinner served with 6 p.m. performance only. Cost: call for reservations. Disney’s “Mary Poppins”, Wharton Center, see Thursday, Nov. 4. Noonie’s Masterpiece in Purple, Mid-Michigan Family Theatre, see Friday, Nov. 5. “Reasons to Be Pretty”, Peppermint Creek Theatre Company, see Thursday, Nov. 4. Stages of the Law Theater Festival series: “A View from the Bridge”, Dart Auditorium, see Friday, Nov. 5.

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Gallery Walk, Haze Art Gallery, 306 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing, 372-4293, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 7 " Featured artists of the month include Richard Lott’s Michigan landscape photographs; Erin Moody’s colorful tie dye tote bags; and Debbie Isanhart’s and Christy Frick’s unique cards and accessories.

ART OPENINGS

www.coffeeandfriendscafe.com, Nov. 7 " Featuring artists Les Smith’s note cards and Maureen Ryans’ pottery, sculpture, photos and paintings.

“Abstract: The Art of Color, Line, Shape, Texture” opening, Saper Galleries and Custom Framing, 433 Albert Ave., East Lansing, 351-0815, Opening Reception, Absolute Gallery, 307 E. Grand River Ave., www.sapergalleries.com, 1-4 p.m. Lansing, 482-8845, 1-5 p.m. Nov. Nov. 7 " The exhibition will feature 7 " Watercolors by Betty Bea paintings, works of art on paper, Washburn. Exhibit runs through dimensional, kinetic, ceramic and November. other original artwork that is non-representational. On display Pastels by Jim Markle, through December. " Gallery 1212, 1212 Turner St., Lansing, noon-5 p.m. Nov. 7. “American Made: Stories from UAW Local 602” “People and Places” opening reception, opening reception, East Otherwise Gallery, 1210 Turner St., Lansing Public Art Gallery, 819 Lansing, 1-5 p.m. Nov. 7 " Abbot Road, East Lansing, Collaborative project between 333-2580, students enrolled in the Residential www.cityofeastlansing.com, College in the Arts and Humanities at MSU and the Michigan Institute for Contemporary Art. Exhibit on display 9 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays, Nov. 7-30. Celebration and reception for “A Woman’s Vision”, Art Alley, 1133 S. Washington Ave., Lansing, www.reoartalley.com, 3 p.m. Nov. 7 " Works by Michigan photographers Petra Daher, Suellen Hozman and Janet Smith. First Sunday Gallery Walk opening reception, East Lansing Library, 950 Abbot Rd, East Lansing, 351-2420, www.elpl.org, 1:30-4 p.m. Nov. 7 " Featuring “Capturing the Essence of Nature Through Realism” by Karen Bartlett. Gallery Walk, Coffee and Friends Cafe, 5100 Marsh Road, Suite C, Okemos, 347-0962,

1-2 p.m. Nov. 7 " Exhibit of paintings and other artworks by Carolyn Ojala. "

MUSEUMS

www.lansingsymphony.org, 3 p.m. Nov. 7 " With works featuring the bassoon. Cost: $15, $10 for students. INDI E

“Designing Women of My Other Friend, Drinking Postwar Britain” Mercury, The Playback, reception, Kresge Art Museum, Mac’s Bar, 2700 E. Michigan Ave., MSU campus, East Lansing, Lansing, 484-6795, 353-9834, www.macsbar.com, 9 p.m. Nov. 7. www.artmuseum.msu.edu, 1-3 p.m. Cost: $5. Nov. 7. "

MUSIC

CLASSICAL

Lansing Symphony Orchestra Chamber Series, Plymouth Congregational Church, 2001 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing, 487-5001,

INSTRUMENTAL

American Guild of Organists Autumn Pops Concert, Presbyterian Church of Okemos, 2258 Bennett Road, Okemos, 321-4973, 3 p.m. Nov. 7 " Featuring Lansing area musicians performing pop, classical and jazz LIST CONTINUES Page 13

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PRESTON’S BAR 201 N Bridge Street, Grand Ledge

Familytiesnearly 100yearsstrong Grand Ledge bar focuses on hospitality

If you’ve ever found yourself at someone else’s family reunion, you have a little taste of what it’s like at Preston’s Bar in Grand Ledge. Everyone is really, really friendly. And they want you to sit right in the middle of them so they can tell you all about themselves and the stories of their legendary exploits. And they want to make you a sandwich. This sort of overwhelming hospitality has apparently been going on since Joseph and Lucy Preston opened their bar in Downtown Grand Ledge in 1914. The Italian immigrants’ business was originally a bar and deli, and though the façade still indicates this is true, the deli now serves as the place where the food for the bar is stored and prepared. When present owners Lanny (grandson of Joseph and Lucy) and Sue Preston purchased the bar in the late 1970s, the opposite had been true. Though the deli remained open, the bar had been closed for about 20 years. Legend has it a drink or two might have still been consumed in the place during that time, but it wasn’t until Lanny’s father talked him into reopening the bar that things became official. The deli/bar flip-flopping, however, is one of the few things that has changed at all over the last 96 years. At present, the bar is evidently a near match to the business all of the Grand Ledge men surrounding me

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grew up with. The atmosphere is dim and warm with décor not unlike a busy aunt’s living room. Framed photos, news article, trophies and more clutter nearly every inch of the brick and wood paneled walls. Together they tell the tale of a family that might not be winning any interior decorating awards, but sure has a long-standing place in the community. “I’ve been here for 60 years and it hasn’t changed,” said “Lovey” Preston, a family member and lifelong patron. Set aside softball team sponsorships and St. Patrick’s Day Parade float contest wins, the real sign of the bar’s sense of community came just as those words left Lovey’s mouth and an elderly gentleman burst through the door. “I’m looking for Jerry,” he

said. “Anybody know where Jerry is?” The entire population of the bar leapt to his aid offering when they last saw Jerry and where Jerry could be now. But the old-timey feel of the bar is getting nudged into the present day with Lanny’s son Vic Preston as part-owner and handling the more youth-oriented weekend scene. The bar now has a DJ Thursdays through Saturdays with Water Pong Tournaments — I repeat Water Pong — on Thursdays. The remainder of the weekend? It’s dance party USA. The bar was even voted “Best Place to Dance,” within some geographic location by someone, maybe a newspaper. The Prestons aren’t sure. They are sure about one thing, though: “This is my favorite bar,” said Lanny Preston. And though he was speaking tongue-in-cheek, it seems most of Grand Ledge would agree.

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

(517) 627-2066 Hours: 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Monday through Saturday. Closed on Sundays. Online: Preston’s really isn’t an Internet sort of place. They do have a “group” in Facebook under “Preston’s Bar.” On the horizon: Dancing and waterponging aren’t the only new fangled things going on at Preston’s. Next spring a new patio will be built along the side of the building. Hook-up factor: I think this probably depends a lot on your comfort-level with others knowing your dirty secrets (also known as shame). If you’re cool with everyone you spent last weekend with and will spend next weekend with and probably will run into on Wednesday knowing your business, by all means: Hook right up. History mysteries abound: Like any good story, the various tales of the Preston’s Bar’s nearly 100-year history has clearly been told so many times that the lines between fact and fiction are becoming blurred. While Lovey Preston was recalling that the purchase price on the bar in 1914, was just $300, his family members don’t seem to agree in the slightest. They all agree that the plants in the windows have been alive and well since the beginning. I mean, you can believe them if you want, but ... a centuryold houseplant? Come now.

SPORTS

Oooof! Spartans get a gut check Shocking loss shouldn’t be a nail in coffin for season

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I distinctly remember The great thing about a middle-school basketball “getting your bell rung,” or game some years ago: I whatever idiom you prefer was dribbling down court for getting the snot kicked on a fast break, preparing out of you — is that the to make some sick crosspain is fleeting. over move in my super-fly Typically, the pain from black Nike Air Adjust this sort of experience Force kicks to thoroughly wanes rather quickly. Getembarrass my 13-year old ting trampled by the opponent ... when it hapHawkeyes wasn’t somepened. I swear one of the thing to forget, but I think painted lines on the court MSU can recover. jumped up and snatched C’mon now: 8-1 at this my toes — I went capoint is just silly great. reening forward and land- And looking at our final ed squarely on top of the three games? We could basketball. We’re talking very possibly be 11-1 head“Jackass 3D”-style gut shot. ing to a BCS bowl in JanuEver gotten the wind ary. knocked out of you? This Sure, we took a wicked was like the movie “Twist- wallop from Iowa. Yes, the er” had happened inside decision to reinstate Chris my stomach. L. Rucker and (gasp!) acIt was painful — but tually PLAY him last week mostly shocking. I had was questionable at best. so many grand designs But really? Most people on alley-oop plays once I didn’t give Sparty a shot at burned my defender; that I eight total wins in the preforgot to keep running. season! Just in case you’ve manOne loss to a worthy Big aged to miss the thinlyTen opponent doesn’t have veiled parallel here: MSU me in a tizzy. football forgot to burn We’ve got a cream puff Iowa this past weekend. game this Saturday against Thoughts of “undefeated” Minnesota, and then a and “BCS” and “12-0” crept week off before Purdue ... into hearts and minds and all leading up to a showall of a sudden ... we’re down with Penn State at down by 30 points at halfthe end of this month. time. Whoops. (How many Shake it off, Spartans. of you shut the television There’s work left to do. off at halftime?) And all those alley-oop That all-too-familiar dreams aren’t so farfeeling of pain trumped fetched. by total shock engulfed most Spartan fans this past Andi Osters, 28, is a Michigan weekend. State graduate.


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‘You Don’t Look Like Anyone I Know’

BY HEATHER SELLERS (RIVERHEAD BOOKS)

Fans of engrossing memoirs will not want to miss this memoir from Michigan author Heather Sellers, a professor at Hope College. At the crux of the book is Sellers’ realization in her late 30s that she has prosopagnosia — also known as face blindness — which leaves her unable to recognize people. Throughout her life she found coping skills — becoming observant of a person’s gait, hair, clothing — to mask what she had assumed was a mental illness that should be kept a secret, but the discovery of her disorder forced her to reevaluate her entire life. That included taking a hard look at her own childhood, which she realized she had rewritten in her mind, to cover the painful tracks left by a mother who was a paranoid schizophrenic and a father who was an alcoholic cross dresser. There’s so much to Sellers’ story that it’s not easily classifiable: part disturbing childhood, part love story, part medical mystery. It is told in a gentle, honest, yet uncompromising voice. A stunning read.

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Mitten Mavens jammer Michelle Maier heads off a jammer from the Flint City Derby Girls team during the Mavens’ first bout. Jammers must pass blockers from the opposite team to score points.

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The Mitten Mavens derby squad faced off with the Flint City Derby Girls for its first roller derby bout on Oct. 30. The Flint squad won by a final score of 207 to 102, but league co-founder and team co-captain Kate “TroubleChicken” Gibson said she was proud of the team’s performance. “We’re feeling pretty good about it,” Gibson said. “We’ve only been around since March and they’ve been around for three years. Not too bad, could have been a lot worse.” Gibson invites women interested in trying derby to stop by one of their practices. “We have a loaner pile of extra equipment so they can try it out,” Gibson said.

Referee “Derby Zebra” mingles with fans while the Mitten Mavens warm up before their first bout Saturday. WWW.MITTENMAVENS.NET

Mitten Mavens Tish Jorae, Abby Smith and Shannon Fowler Norris (l to r) cheer on teammates from the bench during a jam.The Mavens competed in its first bout on Oct. 30 at Demonstration Hall on Michigan State University’s campus.

Singers on the Grand: “Our American Songbook”, Grand Ledge Opera House, 121 S. Bridge St., Grand Ledge, 627-1443, www.gloperahouse.com, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 6, 3 p.m. Nov. 7 " Broadway show tunes, pop, jazz and sacred songs performed as solos, duets and ensembles. Tickets are available at the Opera House, Ace Hardware and MacDowell’s Hearth & Floral. Call the Opera House or Libby Brandon at 627-2715 for more information. Cost: $10 in advance, $12 at the door.

SHOWS & SALES

Holiday craft show, St. Mary Church, 203 High St., Williamston, 349-3178 or 214-7570, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 6 and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 7 " Saturday has bake sale and a luncheon from noon-2 p.m.; Sunday has Swiss steak dinner from noon-3 p.m. Cost: $6 for Saturday lunch, $8, $7.50 seniors, $4 children 5-10, free for kids 4 and younger for Sunday dinner. Old Town Underground Artist Market, Old Town Medical Arts, 1106 N. Cedar St., Lansing, 485-7663, www.lansingoldtownunderground.com, noon-5 p.m. Nov. 7 " Local Lansing artists sell works include photography, ceramics, fiber arts, mobiles, jewelry and more. "

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Lansing Symphony Chamber Concert: “Bundle of Sticks”, Plymouth Congregational Church, 2001 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing, 487-5001, www.lansingsymphony.org, 3 p.m. Nov. 7 " Featuring Michael Kroth, principal bassoon, and guests from the orchestra performing a variety of works for woodwinds and bassoon. Cost: $15, $10 for students.

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

THEATER

Disney’s “Mary Poppins”, Wharton Center, see Thursday, Nov. VOCAL 4. Evening to Rejoice, South Noonie’s Masterpiece in Church, 5250 Cornerstone Drive, Purple, Mid-Michigan Family Lansing, 482-9715, 6 p.m. Nov. 7 Theatre, see Friday, Nov. 5. " Featuring musical groups from Penway Church of God in Lansing Stages of the Law Theater and University United Methodist Festival series: “A View Church in East Lansing. Please bring from the Bridge”, Dart a non-perishable food item for the Auditorium, see Friday, Nov. 5. Salvation Army food bank. Cost: free, donations of nonperishable food encouraged. Faculty Artist: Molly Fillmore, soprano; 11.08.10 Richard Sherman, flute; Alan Nathan, piano, MSU LECTURES Music Building Auditorium, West Lansing Town Hall Circle Drive, East Lansing, Celebrity Lecture & 355-3345, www.music.msu.edu, Lunch featuring Nick 7 p.m. Nov. 7 " “An Evening of Clooney, Causeway Bay Hotel, French Music”. Cost: $10 general 6820 S. Cedar St., Lansing, admission, $8 senior citizens, free 339-2246, for students. www.lansingsymphony.org, 11 a.m. NATURE Nov. 8 " Nick Clooney, journalist, author, TV personality, activist, “How to Build a Planet”, and father of George, will speak Abrams Planetarium, MSU campus, on “Moments and Movies that East Lansing, 355-4672, Changed Us.” Cost: $25 for lecture; www.pa.msu.edu, 8 p.m. Fridays $15 for lunch. and Saturdays and 4 p.m. Sundays, Sept. 24 through Nov. 21 " John de MUSIC Lancie narrates this show exploring Faculty Artist: Suren the forces that shaped the Earth Bagratuni, cello, MSU Music and allowed for the creation of Building Auditorium, West Circle life. Cost: $3, $2.50 for seniors Drive, East Lansing, 355-3345, and students, $2 for kids 12 and www.music.msu.edu, 7:30 p.m. younger. Nov. 8. Cost: $10 general

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Live at Fenner Series: “Meet Your Neighbors”, Fenner Nature Center, 2020 E. Mt. Hope Ave., Lansing, 483-4224, www.mynaturecenter.org, 2:30-3:30 p.m. Nov. 7 " Potter Park Zoo will show visitors wildlife commonly seen in Michigan. Cost: $5 per person; $15 per family; members $4 per person or $12 per family.

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on a variety of instruments. Proceeds to benefit the AGO’s scholarship fund. Reception with coffee, cider and homemade cookies will follow the concert. Cost: free-will offering.


Astrology L I P S T I C K M YS T I C

ARIES (MARCH 21 -

is inspiring you to seek greater intimacy with someone special.

APRIL 19): A healthy

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romance is a two-way street. The moon is (JULY 23 - AUG. reminding you that you 22): Make room for yourself. need to establish a better You give away too much balance in your relationship. in your current relationship, sacrificing too much. (APRIL 20 -

LEO

TAURUS

VIRGO (AUG. 23 - SEPT.

MAY 20): You could find

yourself daydreaming about 22): It’s important for your the past as Neptune puts romantic partner to be your you in a sentimental mood. intellectual equal.

GEMINI (MAY 21 -

JUNE 21): A frisky moon is

heightening your addiction to flirtation. You’ll want to chat with sexy strangers and cute colleagues.

CANCER (JUNE 22 -

JULY 22): You don’t always

find it easy to open up to people, but the sun

LIBRA (SEPT. 23 - OCT.

23): You’re finally hitting

a groove in a relationship. Maybe your schedule is finally aligning with your honey’s calendar.

SCORPIO (OCT. 24 -

NOV. 21): There’s a new

moon in your sign, which could be a breakthrough for

you in the love department.

SAGITTARIUS

(NOV. 22 - DEC. 21): You’ll have enough energy for two people as the moon and Mars team up to bring you extra firepower.

CAPRICORN

(DEC. 22 - JAN. 19): You’re not usually the showy type, but Mercury is encouraging you to be more assertive.

AQUARIUS

(JAN. 20 - FEB. 18): You’re thinking about what’s right and what’s wrong as Saturn stirs up your interest in justice.

PISCES

(FEB. 19 - MARCH 20): Flirtation is heating up in

a work or business setting. It’s probably wisest to keep your personal and professional lives separate.

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

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Bob Zany, comedian, actor, writer and host of “The Zany Report” Tuesdays on the “Bob & Tom” radio show, loves the little things in life, like seeing someone break into laughter after telling a good joke. Or, at least paying off the audience to pretend it was funny. “Bribing the audience before the show works well,” jokes Zany from his Los Angeles home. “I find $5 bills generally work.” “If the audience likes you, they let you get away with things,” he said. “Stage presence and having the confidence to walk out there is important when you’re trying to make a bunch of strangers laugh.” It’s doubtful that Zany, who rolls into the MSU Auditorium Friday with the “Bob & Tom” Comedy AllStars Tour, has to pay off his crowds. If you listen to the “Bob & Tom Show” locally on WJXQ-FM (106.1), you’ve probably laughed out loud at his quirky gags and bits. His “Zany Report” spoof stories in the news and ends with a joke, told in Bing Crosby’s voice. Scoring a regular gig on one of radio’s biggest syndicated morning shows wasn’t easy. Ask Zany, and he’ll say it took time, dedication and hard work. Zany started out in comedy at 15, landing a gig on “The Gong Show.” He went on to be a Los Angeles DJ, and then a national comedian. Regarding the other performers for the “Bob & Tom” Comedy All-Stars Tour tour, they’re all national comedians who appear regularly on “Bob

‘Dark Night of the Scarecrow’ VCI V IDEO • The “Bob & Tom” Comedy All-Stars Tour featuring Greg Hahn, Bob Zany, Donnie Baker, Greg Morton and hosted by Kristi Lee • 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5 • MSU Auditorium on the campus of MSU • $30 plus charges available via the Wharton Center Box Office, 1-800-WHARTON, (517) 432-2000 or www.whartoncenter.com.

& Tom,” and many of whom have TV credits on Comedy Central and latenight shows. That includes Zany, Greg Hahn, Donnie Baker and Greg Morton host Kristi Lee. Zany says the show is great for fans of “Bob & Tom” to see the comedians they hear on the radio, live, in the flesh. “For folks who listen to the show, it’s great that they get to see the people behind it, put a face to a voice and be highly disappointed,” he said, laughing. “People’s voices are always different from what you envision.” His favorite thing about the tour, which is in its 6th year and has played over 300 shows, is being on the road with his friends. “It’s a real eclectic group, and everyone is different,” he said. “You’re not going to follow the same act.”

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One of the most demanded DVDs by fright film fans, “Dark Night” earned this distinction not by spinning reels of gore and flesh, but by offering genuinely creepy mood and a sense of supernatural dread, as a madefor-TV movie on a modest budget. No small feat. Bubba, an adult with the mind of a child, is friends with little Marylee, which does not sit well with the town mailman Otis. When Marylee is viciously attacked, Otis and his good ol’ boy cronies are quick to accuse Bubba, form a posse and shoot him down. After escaping imprisonment, Otis and his men celebrate. but strange accidents befall them, and soon it is clear that something or someone wants vengeance, and that there is other justice in the world besides the law. Terrifically paced and acted, “Scarecrow” is an atmospheric gem, and even with its TV origin delivers spooky chills. A must-have for any fan of the suspenseful.

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THEATER

FOOD AND DRINK

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Schumann Celebration, MSU Music Building auditorium, West Circle Drive, East Lansing, 353-5340, www.music.msu.edu, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 11 " A 200th anniversary tribute to Schumann including some of his most beloved works. Preview lecture at 6:45 p.m. Cost: $10, $8 for seniors, free for students and those younger than 18.

SHOWS AND SALES

Greater Lansing Potters Guild fall sale, All Saints Episcopal Church, 800 Abbot Road, East Lansing, 351-7129, www.glpg.org, 5:30-9 p.m. Nov. 11, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Nov. 12, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 13 " Semi-annual sale of pottery. All are hand made by members of the Greater Lansing Potters Guild. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted. Admission is free.

BAR & GRILL

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On The Sleeping’s latest LP, “The Big Deep,” the Long Island, N.Y.-based band serves up snaking lines of guitar riffing, bass runs and powerful choruses that wrap around the emotional vocals of Douglas Robinson. Tracks such as “The Big Deep,” “Oh, Gloria” and “Beautiful Gloom” take the band from upbeat pop to straight-up rock to jazz. Chances are, if you’re a gamer, you’ve heard a track or two from The Sleeping. The band’s music has been featured in video games including Tony Hawk’s “Downhill Jam” for Wii, Madden “NFL 07,” “Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock” and “Guitar Hero: World Tour.” Catch the band at Mac’s in Lansing Wednesday night. • The Sleeping, Tides of Man, PM Today, Wilson, The Injured List • Doors 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 10 • Mac’s Bar, 2700 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, 484-6795 • $10 in advance at www.fusionshows.com; $12 at the Anne Erickson door

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Disney’s “Mary Poppins”, Wharton Center, see Thursday, Nov. 4.

Fall 2010 Visiting Chef Series, Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center, 55 S. Harrison Road, East Lansing, 432-5049, www.stateroomrestaurant.com, 7 p.m. Nov. 10-11 " Chef Eric Nittolo of Boathouse Restaurant in Traverse City will be on hand 7 p.m. Nov. 10 " Meet the Michigan for the final event in the series. MUSIC author of “Thrift Store Saints: Winemaker Spencer Stegenga of Meeting Jesus 25 Cents at a Time.” MUS I C - VAR I ETY Bowers Harbor Vineyards, also in All proceeds from sales of her book Charlie and the Tune-as, Traverse City, will pair wines with will benefit St. Vincent de Paul VFW Post 701, 123 N. Rosemary St., Chef Nittolo’s meal. Call or go Society. Lansing, 485-1656, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9. online for more information and to Cost: donations accepted. RSVP. Cost: $60 per person cooking MUSIC demonstration, $75 for dinner with I N S T R U M E N T A L THEATER the chef. Grand Ledge Community Disney’s “Mary Poppins”, Band patriotic concert, Wharton Center, see Thursday, Nov. LITERARY Grand Ledge Opera House, 121 S. 4. Fall Poetry Reading Series, Bridge St., Grand Ledge, 627-1443, Residential College in the Arts and www.gloperahouse.com, 7:30 p.m. Humanities, C210 Snyder Hall, East Nov. 10. Cost: $5 in advance, $7 Lansing, 7 p.m. Nov. 10 " Rebecca at the door, $12 family rate at the Dunham is a professor of English door. at the University of Wisconsin11.10.10 Milwaukee. Her first book of poetry, Minsoo Sohn, piano, MSU Music Building auditorium, West “The Miniature Room” won the COMEDY Circle Drive, East Lansing, 2006 T.S. Eliot Prize. " Public Offenders, Connxtions 353-5340, www.music.msu.edu, Girls’ Night Out Presents Comedy Club, 2900 N. East St., 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10. Cost: $10, $8 for Jane Knuth, Schuler Books & Lansing, 374-4242, seniors, free for students and those Music, 2820 Towne Center Blvd., www.connxtionscomedyclub.com, younger than 18. Eastwood Towne Center, Lansing, 7:30 p.m. every Wednesday 316-7495, www.schulerbooks.com, through Nov. 24. Cost: $8.

BUY 1 Dinner Entree GET 1 Dinner Entree FREE

Jay Wilford, Mark’s Watershed, 5965 Marsh Road, Haslett, 999-7433, 7-11 p.m. Nov. 10. "

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Mid-Day Movie, Capital Area District Library Downtown Lansing Branch, 401 S. Capitol Ave., Lansing, 367-6363, 2 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept. 7-Dec. 23 (no film Nov. 11 and 25) " Movies suggested for adults will be shown on the big screen in the auditorium. Call for info.

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Community Dinner and Dance, Charlar Place, 4230 Charlar Drive, Holt, 699-5595, www.charlarplace.com, 6-10 p.m. Wednesdays " Dance to the sounds of the Jack Clarkson Band. Dinner included. Cost: $10 for dinner and dance.

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PUGGLE PUPPIES 7 wks old, 1st shots & wormed, small & loveable. $250. 989-427-3205. DENTAL ASSISTANT desired to complete our exceptional team. Candidate must SHIH TZU PUPPIES have experience in assist$325-$350. ing preferably RDA, CDA. www.weaverspets.com and possess a positive, 517-589-5844 caring attitude. He/she must be highly motivated as we are a fast paced, SHIH TZU PUPPY One male thorough office. Dentrix born 8/12/10, tri-color, software experience is a first shots, mother on site. plus. "Building relation$300/best. 517-819-7479. ships one tooth at a time" is our mission statement. If you feel you could be a STANDARD POODLE STUD part of a team that excels $500. Retired golden rein relationships and protriever $200. Breeding viding great dental care golden retriever female. please respond to Smile $700. All AKC. 517-802-8540 Keepers, 221 E. North St., Owosso, MI 48867 or smilekeepers01@gmail. YORKIE POO PUPPIES com 9 wks., 1st shots, wormed. Little dolls! $400. 989-427-3205 PATIENT COORDINATOR & DENTAL ASSISTANT Full time positions for genYORKIE PUPPY AKC Regiseral dentist office in Livtered, adorable and ingston county. Excellent loveable FEMALE. Parents compensation & benefits on site, vet checked. offered. Experience prefer( 5 1 7 ) 6 5 2 - 9 2 8 7 red. Fax resume to 517jmedan13@hotmail.com 338-5003. YORKIE PUPS AKC shots, wormed, vet checked, litter trained $500. (517)256-5208

ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT RECEPTIONIST We have an excellent opportunity for a selfmotivated, detail oriented, professional individual with solid accounting, accounts payable & administrative skills. This position will also manage the front desk acting as the face of the company and must have excellent written & verbal communication skills. The ideal candidate will posses at minimum an associate degree in a related field with three years experience including intermediate level abilities with Microsoft word and excel. Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to position@paceandpartne rs.com. No phone calls please. EOE.

STAFF ACCOUNTANT A local CPA firm is seeking a Staff Accountant for their Lansing, MI office. The selected candidate will take on tasks in accounting, auditing and staff supervision. Minimum qualifications include: • Bachelor of Science in Accounting • CPA or working toward CPA certification • Proficiency in use of computers and computer accounting and auditing • 0 - 5 years experience Competitive pay and benefits package. Apply online at www. lansingaccountantjob.com

Admin./Accting/ Medical Billing/CSR Innovative Lansing DMEPOS co. seeks seasoned professionals. Must have strong integrity; be mature/disciplined, highly organized, conscientious. Willing to fill multi roles, manage others, develop/ implement internal systems for continued growth. Skills in accting, billing/coding, & customer service a plus. Email cover letter & resume to lansingmedicaloffice@ gmail.com. ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY Part-Time position (30 hours) to provide accounting and clerical support. Position requires proficiency in accounting principals, Microsoft Office software and clerical skills. The application process will include skills testing and an oral interview. Minimum pay starting at $13.00 per hour. Applications available at www.sccmua.com. Applications will be accepted through 11/12/10. Please mail resume and application to SCCMUA, 3671 W. Herbison Rd, DeWitt, 48820. No phone calls please


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LEAD TRAINER Clinton County RESA Office of Innovative Projects has an opening for a full-time Lead Trainer based in the Lansing area. Funded by the MI Dept of Education, the Lead Trainer will specialize in Preschool Special Education and will be responsible for the development and delivery of training statewide related to federal indicators on preschool inclusion and early childhood outcomes. Application Deadline: November 17, 2010 Send letter of application and resume to: Christy Callahan, Director; Office of Innovative Projects; Clinton County RESA 13109 Schavey Rd, Ste 4 DeWitt, MI 48820 Fax: 517-668-0446. See http://eotta.ccresa.org

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Sensations Memory Care Residence Has the following PT (24/32 hrs/wk) positions available: Chef or Good Cook w/gourmet flair. Culinary Associate for prep, serving & sanitation. Compassionate Caregivers for dementia residents. Janitor w/equipment & maintenance exp. Laundry Associate w/ atten. to detail, 11pm-7am Activity Assoc. w/music &/04 artistic abilities. Send resumes to Sensations, PO Box 205 Charlotte, MI 48813

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AmerisourceBergen Corporation , a leader in the distribution of healthcare and pharmaceutical products, currently has an opening for a Night Warehouse Manager . The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a wholesale distribution center warehouse. Primary responsibilities include supervising exempt and non-exempt associates. Planning, coordinating, controlling and managing warehouse operations on the night shift, while ensuring compliance with company, federal and state regulations regarding controlled substances. Qualified candidates please email resume to cburgess@ amerisourcebergen.com ABC is an E/O/E/M/F/D/V

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The ideal candidate will have experience in repairing conveyor systems and air compressors and is licensed in HV/AC, grounds maintenance, and managing outside contractors. Must also have experience in developing and utilizing a Preventative Maintenance program. Candidates should have at least 4 years prior maintenance experience.

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UTILIZATION REVIEW N U R S E MHM Services, Inc., the leading national provider of healthcare services to state and local government agencies is currently looking for a Utilization Review Nurse to provide support to the Michigan Department of Corrections’ Chief Psychiatrist. This position is PART TIME (20 hrs/wk) and is based out of our regional office in Lansing. The 20 hr a week schedule is flexible as long as the hours are worked M-F between 8 and 4. The Utilization Review Nurse serves to contribute to the effective and efficient use of DOC Behavioral health resources by addressing off formulary medication requests, appropriateness of medications utilization, and other related factors.Must maintain Michigan RN license, 5 yrs exp, and have nursing experience in mental health field. Email resumes to meghan@ mhmcareers.com

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Engineering Assistant Roberts Sinto Corporation, a local equipment manufacturer, is seeking a part-time Assistant for the Engineering Department. This position provides general secretarial support and is responsible for creating and assembling product manuals, scanning and indexing drawings, preparing correspondence and ordering office supplies. The position will also provide clerical support to the Human Resources Department and serve as the receptionist. Qualified candidates must have a minimum of 2 years secretarial experience, type 60 wpm, proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel and be able to use database programs Email resume, cover letter with salary history to: barb.stone@robertssinto.com RSC is an EOE www.robertssinto.com

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Audi AUDI 2004 A4 1.8T $12,500 4 dr., Silver, leather, sunroof, 73,000 mi. 517-331-6900

E-430 4-MATIC, 2001 $6,000/BEST 152K highway mi., Black on black, sharp. Excellent cond. cell 517-803-9169, 517-569-2275

CHEVY S-10 LS 2002 4.3L, V6, 96,000 mi., new tires Good cond.

CHEVY SUBURBAN LT 1500 2002 $5400 5.3L, all pwr, new tires, wheel barings & fuel pump Excellent cond. 517-525-0445

MERCEDES S320 1994 $5500/OBO Great shape, 120,000 mi., black on black 517-862-3569 517-374-2854, 517-708-7664

CHEVY CREW CAB LS 2006 $16,000/OBO Liner, topper, 2WD, 52K mi. Excellent cond. 989-284-4127, 989-284-5198

BOX VAN, 1990 $1500/BEST High mi., many new parts, new tires. Fair condition. 517-331-0542

Dodge RAM 1500 CONV. VAN, 2003 78K mi., 7 passenger, Good condition.

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$5000/BEST 517-896-6875

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RIVIERA, 1998 $3,900/OBO 146K mi. Tan, leather int. Supercharged motor. Excellent condition. 517-669-1397

FORD 2000 E-150 VAN $12,000 Wheelchair acc. w/side lift. Black, grey int., 72K mi. 269-968-4423

LESABRE, 1999 $4,800 Only 88K mi. 1 owner, well kept, clean, leather. Good condition. 517-898-9217

’95 FORD E-150 HANDICAP VAN $4500/BEST W/side ramp. No rust. New tires & shocks. 517-649-2337 517-290-6033

RENDEZVOUS CX 2006 $11,900 6 cyl, 18 to 24 MPG, Pwr Seats, 72000 mi., Red 517-646-6062

RANGER, 2001 $8995/BEST Low miles, loaded, 4wd, extended cab. Good condition. 517-230-7117

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Cadillac CADILLAC SRX 2004 $12,900 Gray, 110K, V8, AWD, loaded, Nav, moonroof, lthr. 517-787-1477

3/4 TON PU, 1989 4WD, drive-train excellent. Fair condition.

CIVIC EX 2004 128K mi., 4 dr. auto, new tires Excellent cond

CHEVY MALIBU 2003 $5900 83,000 mi., new brakes & newer tires 517-290-7387 S-10 LS 4WD 1999 $4900 Ext Cab w/trailer pkg, 3rd dr, bedliner Great cond. 517-323-0007

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Chevrolet CHEVY EXPRESS, 1999 $6500 60K mi. Full sz., advantage conv., loaded, leather. Very Good Condition. 517-709-3520

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COBALT LT 2007 COUPE $7999 52500mi, 4cyl, Red, Auto start, nonsmoker, CLEAN 517-719-8765

BMW BMW 328I CONVERTIBLE ’97 Only $4,500 Pampered luxury car, high mi., stored winters. Very good condition 517-626-6204

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$5600/OBO Tim 517-290-6798

Mazda MPV LX 2005 $7,250 6 cyl, 3rd Row Seats, 80,500mi., Gray 517-347-7802

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Mini COOPER 2005 $11,300 Manual, loaded. Prem., sport & cold weather pkg. Excellent condition 517-599-4677

Mini Vans HANDICAP VANS USED, BOUGHT & SOLD Mini & full size 5751 S. Cedar - Call Dale 517-882-7299

Oldsmobile OLDS CUTLASS ’94 $1850/BEST 4 dr., auto., real nice car, runs/drives good. 517-285-9236

Pontiac GRAND AM 2000 $4600 Well kept, clean, all pwr, CD, 102K mi., no rust 248-640-6448

Saturn L300 2003 $4,995 Black, V6, Loaded, 1-owner, Runs/Looks Great, 112K 517-256-5631

Sport Utility Vehicles FORD EXPLORER XLS 2001 $3,600 4WD, towing package--very clean. Call or text. 517-706-9779

Toyota CAMRY SOLARA 2004 ASKING $7400 Sunroof, silver color, 102K hwy. mi., well maintained Excellent cond. 517-331-4170

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FORD F150 XLT 1997 $2750 6 cyl,P/S,P/B,A/T,A/C Aadvanced cap w/side doors. 517-896-9630

Vans CHEVY EXPRESS, 1999 $6500 60K mi. Full sz., advantage conv., loaded, leather. Very Good Condition. 517-709-3520 HANDICAP VANS USED, BOUGHT & SOLD Mini & full size 5751 S. Cedar - Call Dale 517-882-7299

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