Current State #193 | November 1, 2013

Nov 1, 2013

Today on Current State: energy choices; the Broad Art Museum's first anniversary; Lansing mayoral candidate Harold Leeman Jr.; college fight songs; music duo Mahogany.

MI electric reformers blast deregulation opponents

Nov 1, 2013
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Last week, Public Sector Consultants, a Lansing-based media advocacy organization, released a study suggesting that electric customers in several states that offer greater customer choice pay more for it. Some key backers of electric choice have blasted the study, calling the findings unsubstantiated.

Broad Art Museum celebrates first anniversary

Nov 1, 2013
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Michigan State University’s Broad Art Museum is celebrating its first birthday with an event tonight called GLOBAL.

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Our Election 2013 coverage wraps up today with Lansing mayor Virg Bernero’s opponent, Harold Leeman Jr.

MSU, U of M make Best Fight Song list

Nov 1, 2013
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Michigan State University football fans look forward to hearing Spartan touchdown cheers resound on the banks of the Red Cedar tomorrow, as University of Michigan faithful  hope to repeat last year’s victorious performance.

Brooklyn art pop duo Mahogany has Lansing roots

Nov 1, 2013
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The Brooklyn-based duo Mahogany is in town to play for the Broad Art Museum’s First Anniversary celebration tonight.