Feb. 5 2016
This week's guests are president and CEO of LEAP Bob Trezise; and NFL analyst Ty Schaulter
Feb. 5 2016
A roundup of news from around the state, provided by our partners at Capital News Service
Lower Peninsula gets four Historic Place designations
Feb. 5 2016
LANSING — The roster of Lower Peninsula sites on the National Register of Historic Places has grown by four with new designations in Saugatuck, Elk Rapids, Alpena and Detroit.Among them are a 1904...
Actress Ashley Brown discusses ‘The Sound of Music,’ life on the road and her path to Broadway
Feb. 4 2016
THURSDAY, Feb. 4 — At just 34, Ashley Brown already has a career that would make many Broadway actors jealous.The young actress made her Broadway debut in 2005, taking on the role of Belle in Walt...
‘Postcard Wally’ hosts local postcard show
Feb. 4 2016
THURSDAY, Feb. 4 — In a time before the Internet, postcards were the tweets and Instagram posts of their day. For a few pennies, you could send a note to a friend across town or across the country
Darius Moon book an eccentric catalogue of buildings and people
Feb. 3 2016
James MacLean’s new book on Lansing architect Darius Moon can be read in more than one way. You can either study each building, as pictured and described on the page, or read about the lady inside...
Bobby McFerrin discusses his musical journey, love of collaboration
Feb. 3 2016
Bobby McFerrin has worked with some of the music world’s premier talent in a variety of genres, from Chick Corea to Questlove to the Vienna Philharmonic. But this weekend he will take the stage flanked...
Best wines to pair with delivery food
Feb. 3 2016
I’m really into El Niño right now. I’d swipe right for El Niño without regrets
Feb. 3 2016
A newer addition to Lansing’s punk scene, Scary Women, headline Feb. 11 at Mac’s Bar. Openers are Jonestown Crows, the Fiction Junkies and Mr. Denton On Doomsday. “Scary Women came together...
Link undervalues Michigan's credit unions' local cooperative mission
Feb. 3 2016
In his most recent column, Link again criticized Michigan credit unions for failing to meet standards for sustainable purity — a standard that no credit union or bank is obliged to meet
Lansing's Refugee Development Center absorbs big surge of volunteers
Feb. 3 2016
Andrew Ford, a pastor at Grand Ledge Baptist Church, resolved to venture "outside his comfort zone" in 2016. He wasn't alone. Thursday, Ford joined a mob of volunteers who reported for duty with Lansing's...
Feb. 3 2016
Tim Bogar of Lansing was the first person to correctly identify the mosaic surrounding the entrance to the Lansing Art Gallery on Washington Square as the December Eye for Design
Feb. 3 2016
While the day of love might seem inescapable, there is recourse for the less romantically inclined: the Un-Valentine's Show. Billed as “songs and tales of un-forgiveness, heartbreak, dysfunction...
Dusty's Cellar/Daddy's Little Grill/Fresh & Furious/Better Health
Feb. 3 2016
Not too long ago, food trucks were simply regarded as mobile chow stations. They were relegated to the parking lots of factories and strip malls or crammed between the elephant ear cart and fresh-squeezed...
Local sportswriter builds national following
Feb. 3 2016
The relatively sleepy town of Holt may not seem like a likely locale for a sportswriter with national reach. But the Internet has a way of changing things
Greater Lansing reshaped by large and small projects
Feb. 3 2016
In the decade since Mayor Virg Bernero took office, the Lansing skyline has slowly evolved as new developments change the contours of the city.
Inaction Figure
Feb. 3 2016
WEDNESDAY, Feb. 3 — Q: My girlfriend got laid off four months ago, along with many of her co-workers. She is not making a serious attempt to find a job and is just living off unemployment benefits
Ensemble acting shines in ‘The Odd Couple’
Feb. 2 2016
Ba da bing, ba da boom! Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple,” first seen on Broadway in 1965, comes to Michigan — with vintage New York attitudes and accents to match — courtesy...
Student Art Exhibit features mid-Michigan’s young talent
Feb. 2 2016
TUESDAY, Feb. 2 — More than 110 works of art by Greater Lansing students were unveiled Friday evening at a kickoff gala for MSU Federal Credit Union’s ninth annual Student Art Exhibit. The...
Wrap-up from the International Blues Challenge
Feb. 1 2016
Scott Pohl, producer for WKAR-FM’s “Current State,” will be tracking the progress of the Twyla Birdsong Band and Stan & Ben at this year’s International Blues Challenge in Memphis.MONDAY

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