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New specialization gives students a chance to study LGBT issues

A new LGBTQ and sexual studies specialization at MSU recently.

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From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday at Snyder-Phillips Hall, the Center for Gender in Global Context is hosting a series of events celebrating and thanking those who contributed to creating the new LGBTQ and sexuality studies specialization.

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East Lansing, Grand Ledge, Delhi Twp. get $60,000 in state grants for farmers markets

Three local communities have received grants for their farmers markets.

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East Lansing was awarded $35,000 for a covered plaza for the market and other events; Grand Ledge will receive $15,000 for a multi-use building along the river and Delhi Township was awarded $10,000 to create a community kitchen intended to expand the market into a year-round event and to provide space for community events such as wine tastings.

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Plan for former City Center II property on fast track

DTN Management Co. plans to redevelop the 2.8-acre area of East Lansing known as City Center II on the fast track.

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East Lansing City Council members Tuesday approved a nine-page pre-development agreement with the Lansing Township-based firm, which last month was chosen to redevelop publicly owned property near the corner of Grand River Avenue and Abbot Road. The agreement gives DTN six months to complete a long to-do list — including holding multiple public forums — before it can put a shovel into the ground.

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Grove Gallery & Studios celebrates five years in business

A downtown East Lansing business is celebrating its fifth anniversary.

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Several community members came to join a Celebrating Survival event at Grove Gallery & Studios, 325A Grove St. The event included group participation in a weaving using mixed materials, seeing the upgraded space and enjoying a versatile mix of the 12 members’ latest works.

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B/A Florist has deep roots, rich local history

Since Barbara Hollowick opened B/A Florist in 1979, the Okemos business has become a unique local business beloved by the community.

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Three moves later, she found the perfect location in 1984 and settled in the East Lansing spot. Almost a year after buying the house and remodeling it, the store opened in 1985. Now, after 34 years, Hollowick has turned over the reins to her daughter, Laurie Van Ark, But you’ll still find Hollowick at the cheery, homey shop, taking care of things here and there.

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Whole Foods coming to Lansing area; plans call for 2015 opening

A Whole Foods grocery store will open a new store store near Michigan State University's campus in 2015.

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In its latest quarterly report, Whole Foods Market Inc. said it has already secured a lease. Its newest store will be located at 2758 E. Grand River Ave. in Meridian Township.

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DTN favored to develop blighted East Lansing site

East Lansing city administrators have said DTN Management Co. will be the best choice to redevelop a long vacant downtown property.

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The Lansing Township-based rental housing developer won the recommendation of city leaders to redevelop a 2.8-acre stretch of property near the intersection of Grand River Avenue and Abbot Road. It was sent to East Lansing City Council members for consideration.

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Former East Lansing Barnes & Noble store being renovated

The former Barnes & Noble location in East Lansing is undergoing renovated for office use.

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A demolition permit was issued within the last few weeks for the building at 333 E. Grand River Ave., said Tim Dempsey, East Lansing’s planning, building and development director. An application was filed by Holt contractor Moore Trosper Construction Co. Officials with the construction firm could not be reached for comment Wednesday.

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E.L. Planning Commission to develop apartments

The East Lansing Planning Commission approved an application to convert an extended stay hotel at 1600 E. Grand River Ave. into apartments.
 
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The current property, composed of three two-story buildings and a one-story maintenance building, was built in 1984 based on a site plan approval from 1982. It is currently branded as Gatehouse Suites but was once a Residence Inn.

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East Lansing Council accepts two choices for downtown Park District project

Two companies are being considered to redevelop a the eastern edge of the Downtown East Lansing.

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By a 3-2 vote June 11, with Kevin Beard and Victor Loomis dissenting, the council will proceed with the evaluation of DTN Management Co. and Lurvey White Ventures to take on the task of creating a new face on an downtown area bounded by West Grand River and Abbot Road, including the former Citizens Bank building.

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MSU and Lansing Community College team up for international program

International learners will benefit from the educational resources of MSU and LCC with the institutions' new partnership.

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MSU and Lansing Community College, or LCC, are teaming up with the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation, or TVTC, of Saudia Arabia to provide practical education and experience for Saudi Arabian managers. The program is called the Training-Global Leadership Workshop for Higher Administration Management for the Technical Vocational Training Corporation of Saudi Arabia.

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Michigan State University commits to buy more from in-state suppliers

MSU has announced plans to buy more goods from Michigan suppliers.

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Each year the university spends hundreds of millions of dollars on services, office supplies, construction materials, food, vehicles and other products. MSU on Tuesday announced it will make sure that at least half of the transactions are with in-state suppliers.

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3 development proposals advance for blighted downtown East Lansing area

Three firms are vying to redevelop a key downtown East Lansing property after a committee narrowed the field down from six.

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The three firms — rental housing company DTN Management Co. of Lansing Township; Urban Cultural and Arts District LLC, represented by Lansing’s Studio Intrigue Architects LLC; and Lurvey White Ventures, a Flint developer — survived the first cut in an effort to repurpose 2.8 acres of publicly owned land near the intersection of Grand River Avenue and Abbot Road.

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FRIB might get $55 million from federal government

MSU's FRIB is included in President Obama's 2014 budget proposal.

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In his proposal, $55 million was allotted for MSU’s Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, or FRIB, in addition to more than $1.2 billion for various national higher education awards and contests and an increase in Pell Grant funding.

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HopCat brewpub gets final approval

The site plan for the East Lansing version of the Grand Rapids-based HopCat brewery was approved East Lansing City Council meeting at City Hall.

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The bar is scheduled to be built on the ground floor of The Residences, 211 Ann St., the eight-story apartment building under construction downtown.
 
At its Feb. 27 meeting, the East Lansing Planning Commission unanimously recommended council approve the special use permit and site plan for the brewpub.

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