You know me. Always looking for something different and fun to do in the area. I have a strange relationship with East Lansing so far. I find myself always being hesitant to go in to the city, just fearing crowds and over priced beverages. Then, once I get down there, I always have a good time. Here's something I will be checking out this weekend. Free guided tours at Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum every Saturday and Sunday in East Lansing. I talked about the Michigan Historical Museum last week on the show and how killer it was, that was free too. According to Mlive, no pre registration needed, just show up and take a tour. This beats just any normal visit in my opinion. If you're like me, when you show up to a museum, you don't know where to start, and you usually miss something along the way.

With a guide, you can see the must sees and learn along the way. Probably something awesome to bring your kids to if you have them. I have to ask the people out there a question in this post. What do you think about that building on campus? From what I have seen around town and around the campus, it kind of sticks out in a strange way. East Lansing seems to have a really lovely old architecture to it, especially buildings on campus and the ones that surround the art museum. I've talked to friends, MSU alumni and people that work in the city itself, a lot of them call it an eye sore, some call it space aged. What do you think? Does that building fit in with the rest of the buildings on the campus?