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  • NOV.04 -NOV.10.2010FREE

    Bob&TomcomediansatMSUFriday

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    AdvertisingSTACIA KING

    Advertising Director

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    Esther Gim / DiningAndi Osters / SportsShawn Parker / Down TimeWhitney Spotts / Down TimeNatalie Burg / Bar Spotlight

    COMEDYBob Zany,whose Zany

    Report can be

    heard Tuesdays

    on the Bob &

    Tom Radio

    Show, appears

    Friday at MSU

    for The Bob &

    Tom Comedy

    All-Stars Tour.

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    02 Sudoku02 Crossword03 The List05 Music News

    09 Tailgate recipe09 2 for $2010 Down Time12 Bar Spotlight

    12 Sports13 Down Time14 Down Time15 Horoscope

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    Contact us(517) 267-1392

    events@lsj.com

    NOISE120 E. Lenawee St.Lansing, MI 48919

    lansingnoise.com

    Brian PriesterPresident and Publisher,377-1001NOISE is published weekly by theLansing State Journal, a whollyowned subsidiary of Gannett Co.Inc, 120 E. Lenawee St., Lansing,MI 48919. It is available free inlocations around Lansing or bymail for 75 cents per week. Call1.800.234.1719 for information aboutreceiving NOISE.

    On the coverFall fashions are all about

    layers of cozy fabrics like

    sweater knit, wool and

    corduroy. Page 6

    CONTRIBUTORS

    Inside Vol 9 Issue 4 Submit yourlistingsThe List is a free calendar listing

    open to anyonewhowants to

    get the news out about their

    event. The listing information is

    availableweekly in NOISE and

    online in our searchable database

    at hub.lsj.com.

    Heres how you can have your

    event published in NOISE:

    SEND ITMail, fax or e-mail us thedetails of your event, including

    times, dates, prices, address

    and telephone numbers

    readers can call for more

    information. Mail the info to

    NOISE, Attn: Events, 120 E.

    Lenawee St., Lansing, MI

    48919, fax to (517) 702-4240,

    or e-mail events@lsj.com.

    PHOTOS If you have hard-copy photos

    to go with a press release,

    they must be prints no

    computer printouts or

    scanned images. If you would

    like the photos to be returned,

    please indicate that when

    submitting and include a self-

    addressed, stamped

    envelope.

    We prefer high-resolutionJPEG images via e-mail.

    DEADLINE The deadline for listingsubmissions (excluding band

    listings) is 5 p.m. the Friday

    before the next Thursday

    publication.

    All informationmust besubmitted every week; the

    listings cannot be carried over

    on a week-to-week basis. This

    is to keep older, outdated

    listings from continuing to

    run.

    To be considered for ourexpanded listings, please

    submit detailed information

    one week before the

    publication date.

    A photo helps, too.

    FOR BANDS Band listings are due bynoon Monday the week of

    publication.

    All listings must be submitted

    via mail, fax or e-mail

    events@lsj.com

    STILL CONFUSED? Call or e-mail Tovah Olsonat 702-4234 or

    events@lsj.com

    Amanda Renkasarenkas@lsj.com(517) 267-1392

    EDITOR

    STACI HOLMESKey Account/Custom

    Solutions Manager

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    REGULARS

    Live Loud.

    NOISE

    FEATURESACROSS11 Concert

    highlight55 Pale brown1010 LaterLater1111 Sent messages,

    of a sort1212 Writer Rice1313 Poker ploys1414 Braggarts1616 Kitchen

    appliances2020 Block border2323 Couple2424 Pens for hens2525 Fierce fighter2727 Tattoo setting2828 Most rational2929 Poultry buys3232 Table

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    3636 Frolic3939 Opera highlight4040 Burglar

    deterrents4141 Easter symbol4242 Tubular pasta4343 Sediment

    DOWN11 Wild guess22 Dear me!33 Musical Horne44 Easy dance55 Den group66 Be real77 _ your loss!88 Ingenuous cry99 Mag. workers1111 Pay for

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    1717 Keenness1818 Regrets1919 Database

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    software2828 Bus units3030 Derision3131 Crooner Mel3333 Pennsylvania

    portport3434 AnnoyAnnoy3535 Utters3636 LimitLimit3737 Frothy brew3838 Moving need

    CROSSWORDbyThomasJoseph

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    Puzzle rating: Easy

    Solution, tips and software at www.sudoku.com, Puzzles by Pappocom

    SUDOKUAnne EricksonTricia Bobeda

    REPORTERS

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    MITTEN MAVENS HOST FIRST DERBY BOUT

    Photo by Juli Leonard/MCT

    MUSICFunktion brings theirhigh-energy, 7-piece funk

    band to The Loft tonight.

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    2 FOR $20Five Guys Burgers andFries oozing with freshflavors on Grand River

    Avenue. Page 09

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    CLASSESBasic CheeseMakingclass, Woldumar Nature Center,5739 Old Lansing Road, Lansing,322-0030, www.woldumar.org, 6-8p.m. Nov. 4 and 11" Learn thebasics of artisan cheesemaking inthis two-session course led byGary Colles. Participants will makesoft cheeses during the firstsession and un-aged or babycheese at the second session. Callor e-mail info@woldumar.org toregister. Cost: $25 forWoldumarmembers, $30 for non-members.

    COMEDYNBCs Last ComicStanding, TheWhiting, 1241 E.Kearsley St., Flint, (810) 237-7333,www.TheWhiting.com, 8 p.m. Nov.4" Stand-up comedywith thefinalists from the show. Cost: $15,$25, $35, $39.

    EXHIBITSCanstructioncompetition, MeridianMall,1982W. Grand River Ave., Okemos,(248) 855-6777, Oct. 30-Nov. 7" International charity competitionwhere architects, interior designersand students design and build giantstructures made entirely from fullcans of food. All projects willremain on display through Nov.7. Cans will then be donated tothe Greater Lansing Food Bank.Hosted by the American Institute ofArchitects, Mid-Michigan Chapter.

    FILMCelebrating the Classics:The Sting, CelebrationCinema, 200 E. Edgewood Blvd.,Lansing, 393-7469,www.celebrationcinema.com, 1:30p.m. and 5:45 p.m. Nov. 2 and 4.Cost: $3.

    LIBRARIESBrewpub Book Club,Michigan Brewing CompanyBrewpub, 402 S. WashingtonSquare, Lansing, 977-1349, 7-9 p.m.Nov. 4" Join us for lively bookdiscussions at theMichiganBrewing Company in downtownLansing. This months selection isThe Immortal Life of HenriettaLacks by Rebecca Skloot.

    THELIST{LITERARYAuthor visit, Tuesday Books,137W. Grand River Ave. #3,Williamston, 655-9700,www.tuesdaybooks.com, 7 p.m.Nov. 4" Twesigye Jackson Kaguri,author of The Price of Stones andfounder of Nyaka School for AIDSorphans in Uganda."

    MUSICF O L KCarterMoulton, JeffPianki and Joe Hertler,SceneMetrospace, 110 CharlesSt., East Lansing, 319-6832,www.scenemetrospace.com,9 p.m. Nov. 4" All-ages show. Cost:$5.

    I N S T R UM E N T A LMusic at theMuseum:Brass Ensembles, MichiganHistorical Museum, 702W.Kalamazoo St., Lansing, 373-3559,1:30 p.m. Nov. 4" AnMSU Collegeof Music presentation featuringmusicians from the College ofMusic performing during themuseums annual WinterFest."

    J A Z ZJazz atMumbai, MumbaiCuisine, 340 Albert, East Lansing,517 336 4150, 7-10 p.m. Nov. 4"With the Sarah Slonim Quartet.

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    Neil Gordon Trio, MoriartysPub, 802 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing,485-5287, 8-11 p.m. Nov. 4."

    VA R I E T YChip Christy, Blue Gill Grill,1591 Lake Lansing Road, Haslett,339-4900, 7-11 p.m. Nov. 4."

    DanMacLachlan, MarksWatershed, 5965Marsh Road,Haslett, 999-7433, 9 p.m. Nov. 4.

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    NE Thing Goes, Colonial Barand Grille, 3425 S. Martin LutherKing Jr. Blvd., Lansing, 882-6132,9 p.m. Nov. 4."

    Trevor Compton, RyansRoadhouse, 902 E. State St., St.Johns, (989) 224-2550, 7-11 p.m.Nov. 4."

    THEATERDisneys Mary Poppins,Wharton Center, Cobb Great Hall,East Lansing, 432-2000,www.whartoncenter.com, 7:30p.m. Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m.Wednesdays, 1 p.m. Nov. 4, 7:30p.m. Thursdays, 8 p.m. Fridays, 2p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturdays, 1:30p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sundays, Nov.3-21" Broadwaymusical. Cost:$19.50-$72.

    Reasons to Be Pretty,Peppermint Creek TheatreCompany, Creole Gallery, 1218Turner St., Lansing, 927-3016,www.peppermintcreek.org, 8 p.m.Thursdays-Saturdays, 2 p.m.Sundays, Nov. 4-6" A love storyabout the impossibility of lovedirected by Deb Keller. Four youngworking class friends and loversbecome increasingly dissatisfiedwith their dead-end lives and eachother. Call or go online to purchasetickets. Cost: $15, $10 for studentsand seniors 55 and older.

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    ART OPENINGSCommunity reception,Lansing Art Gallery, 113 S.Washington Square, Lansing,374-6400,www.lansingartgallery.org,7-9 p.m. Nov. 5."

    EXHIBITSCanstructioncompetition, MeridianMall,see Thursday, Nov. 4.

    FILMNineteen Eighty-Four(1984), NorthStar Center, 106Lathrop St., Lansing, 371-2001,9:30-11:30 p.m. Nov. 5" DirectorMichael Radfords film adaptationof George Orwells dystopian novel.Cost: donation.

    LITERARYVic Foerster, Schuler Books&Music, MeridianMall, Okemos,349-8840,www.schulerbooks.com, 7 p.m.Nov. 5" Author of Naked in theStream: Isle Royale Stories."

    MUSICFall Concert Series, WilsonCenter Auditorium, 101W. Cass, St.Johns, (989) 224-8159, 7:30 p.m.Nov. 5" The Regulators. Cost: $5.

    B L U E SFrog and the