Lights, camera, action! For eight years, the East Lansing Film Festival (ELFF) has been enriching the mid-Michigan community by showing independent films of all kinds— engrossing features, hard-hitting documentaries, and clever short films.
In today’s competitive marketplace, success often comes down to setting yourself apart. Whatever you call it – schmoozing, wining and dining, networking – savvy businesspeople know that connecting with your client can be the difference between closing a deal and walking away rejected.
Discover the charm of Williamston this summer! Typically known as an antique lover’s haven, year by year Williamston has developed its creative and cultural side. A broad range of entertainment and recreational options are available to everyone, near and far.
It is no coincidence that The Greater Lansing Business Monthly is sponsoring the second annual Greater Lansing Business Showcase on Nov. 2, 2006 at the Lansing Center. Response to the inaugural event in January of this year was overwhelmingly positive, according to Capitol Research Services’ exit polls conducted on site and follow-up focus group results. In fact, most of the focus group members suggested moving the event date to fall, and suggested offering another Showcase yet this year.
Construction in the Auditorium Building
When you think of Wharton Center you probably think about the Cobb Great Hall and the Pasant Theatre, but Wharton Center’s staff also operates the MSU Concert Auditorium and the Fairchild Theatre. In all there are over 7,000 seats available for concerts, Broadway plays and everything in between.
Wharton Center just released the 2010 – 2011 season lineup which includes a smorgasbord of theater, dance, music and of course the best of Broadway. The array of entertainment at the center mirrors the diversity of our community.