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By Lilli Khatibi Entirely East Lansing staff writer Halo Burger, a fast-food chain that originated in Flint, Michigan, has opened its doors in East Lansing. The burger joint opened for business in 1923 in Flint by Sam Blair, who sold … Continue reading
By Max King Peppino’s, a new East Lansing restaurant that opened this month, is already drawing great reviews for its cuisine and atmosphere. Max King filed this report from Peppino’s: Listen to the story.
Bulgogi is actually planning small events to make students and locals aware of the restaurant and what it has to offer. By Deveen Taylor Entirely East Lansing staff writer Bulgogi is the newest Korean restaurant on Albert Avenue in East … Continue reading
By Mackenzie Mohr Entirely East Lansing staff writer East Lansing resident Bonnie Wheeler is no stranger to life in a college town. Whether students around the corner are practicing trombone or she is digging up little treasures in her garden, … Continue reading
By Marisol Dorantes Entirely East Lansing staff writer Free food is a foolproof way to attract a crowd at any event. The Malaysian Student Association effectively used this strategy to produced the largest turnout at its annual cultural awareness event. … Continue reading
By Jessica McGregor and Marisol Dorantes Entirely East Lansing staff writers In front of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum construction site, a sign reads “Opening Spring 2012.” Grand River Avenue has hosted construction crews for almost two years since … Continue reading
By Ezi Adibe Entirely East Lansing special correspondent Michigan’s small businesses rely on recent changes in legislative measures and consumer trends to survive. The state government’s new focus on growing businesses from within is key to the success of local … Continue reading
By Cortni Moore Entirely East Lansing staff writer EAST LANSING — A Leo’s Coney Island, part of the Detroit chain, is to open in East Lansing Nov. 5. The fact that the Coney Island is based in Detroit has some … Continue reading