Current State #203 | November 15, 2013

Nov 15, 2013

Today on Current State: Michigan's wolf hunt and Minnesota's experience; nude dancing at Spiral; Flint's master plan; Lansing's Maker Space; and music at the Coffeehouse at All Saints.

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After a year filled with controversy, Michigan will hold it’s first wolf hunt in nearly 40 years.

Old Town's Spiral features the Full Monty

Nov 15, 2013

For years, at least two Lansing establishments have offered their patrons a very specialized service:  the chance to watch naked people dance.  Last weekend, the city picked up another.

Flint formalizes plan for future

Nov 15, 2013

Flint is a city that has lost half its population over the last 50 years.  Its poverty rate far exceeds the state average.  And across the nation, Flint bears the harsh moniker of the “murder capital of America.”

Creatives invited to Lansing's Maker Space

Nov 15, 2013

After months of planning and work, the Lansing Makers’ Network marks its official Grand Opening tomorrow.   The group’s shared work space near downtown offers members a unique chance to use dozens of tools and resources.

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Every third Friday of the month from September to May, singers, guitarists, fiddlers, poets and writers gather at East Lansing’s All Saints Episcopal Church for an evening of words, music and fellowship.