Madison RoseThe Williamston Pop-Up Arts and Crafts Show will take place Saturday, Nov. 13, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. inside Keller’s Plaza in Williamston,
After nearly a two-year hiatus, the Williamston Pop Up Arts and Crafts Show will return to Keller’s Plaza in Williamston on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The show will feature handmade items from a number of local artisans and makers, including watercolor, graphite and acrylic paint artists. “It’s a fun day to get artisans and crafters and people up here,” said show coordinator and The Artisan Alcove Gallery and Gifts Owner Matt Mulford.
Michigan State University has seen a rough two weeks, with several disturbing events happening in rapid succession after the football game against Michigan on Oct. 30. he events included a riot in which two cars were flipped and several couch burnings; two shootings (one of which in downtown East Lansing) and an armed man near campus. To top it off, Brandon Santo, a Grand Valley State student who was visiting MSU, went missing on Oct. 29.
Parents are bringing in children ages 5-11, now eligible for the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine. The Food and Drug Administration gave emergency use authorization Oct. 29, and the response has been positive according to Kimberly Roman, nurse practitioner. “Since we started administering the vaccine, a lot of people have been calling and making appointments. I think it’s good the vaccine is open to children. I don’t agree with mandating it for younger kids, but it is positive that it is available to them,” said Roman.
On Friday, Oct. 29, Brendan Santo, a first-year student at Grand Valley State University, went missing on Michigan State University’s campus. Santo was last seen around midnight near Yakeley Hall wearing gray sweatpants, a black T-shirt, Detroit Red Wings hat, and high-top Converse shoes. In an email, MSU’s Vice President and Chief of Police Marlon Lynch, wrote that the investigation has used advanced techniques to review cellular, smartphone, and GPS data.