Here's what's going on in town today
March 28 2017
Good day on this cloudy Tuesday.A team of four local DJs take over the Green Door tonight on Turntable Tuesday, an event put on by Scratch Pilots. Tonight, DJs McCoy, Mr. Neddles, Duke
Dion Kaszas draws inspiration from ancient tattooing techniques
March 27 2017
MONDAY, March 27 — To innovate his tattoo work, artist Dion Kaszas looked to the past. In 2012, while pursuing a degree in indigenous studies at the University of British Columbia Okanagan in
Here's what's going on in town today
March 27 2017
Classes and Seminars Gentle Yoga. Relaxing pace class suitable for beginners. 11 a.m.-noon. First class FREE/$5/$3 members. Williamston High School, 3939 Vanneter Road, Williamston. Digi
Here's what's going on in Lansing this weekend
March 25 2017
Good day and happy weekend. In honor of Women’s History Month, the Jacobson’s Alumni Association is hoping to provide help for women re-entering the workplace. The group’s two-day...
March 24 2017
FRIDAY, March 24 — A roundup of news from around the state, provided by our partners at Capital News Service. Follow the links for the full stories.Wetlands mitigation may get cheaper for local gove
March 24 2017
LANSING – Michigan, with vaccination rates that put it near the bottom of a list of all states, has launched a new campaign — I Vaccinate — that it hopes will boost rates up to 90 percent
Playwright Lisa Konoplisky finds human connection in the absurd
March 24 2017
Lisa Konoplisky is no ordinary playwright. And her wacky, multi-dimensional style of writing is on full display in Ixion Theatre’s latest production, “Askew Askance A Squirrel!: An Evening...
Lansing Art Gallery bids farewell to two exhibits with reception tonight
March 24 2017
The Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center celebrates the end of two exhibitions with a reception tonight. Kate Cosgrove’s “Happily Ever After” is on display through Saturday, and...
March 24 2017
This week's guests are mixed martial arts fighter Aurelia Cisneros, cybersecurity expert Dan Lohrmann and Rachel Crandall, founder of Transgender Michigan
Here's what's going on in Lansing today
March 24 2017
Good day on this rainy Friday.As the Trump administration continues to throw out baseless claims of wiretapping and surveillance microwaves, Williamston Theatre prepares to mount George Orwell’s...
Author offers lecture at newly-renovated CADL downtown branch
March 23 2017
THURSDAY, March 23 — Susan J. Bandes, author of “Mid-Michigan Modern: From Frank Lloyd Wright to Googie,” offers a presentation on “Mid-Michigan: Lansing Architects and Their Clients”...
Here's what's going on in Lansing today
March 23 2017
Good day on this partly cloudy Thursday. East Lansing Film Festival and the Michigan Women’s Historical Center & Hall of Fame team up to celebrate Women’s History Month with a special...
MSU grad Raji Singh brings luxury tea brand to East Lansing
March 22 2017
Singh, 25, is the North American business development director for luxury tea brand Newby Teas. While her taste in tea has evolved with her new job, her original statement isn’t too far off from...
‘American Hero’ explores the struggle of the under-employed
March 22 2017
In his director’s notes, Andy Callis suggested that “American Hero” had heroic characters who found solutions to “problematic lives.” But when the play ended, all three lead...
March 22 2017
Some topical theater works date quickly as the world changes around them. Others come around again as events bring the world’s attention back to certain issues. The reaction to “17 Border Crossings,”...
“Voice of the Whale” takes chamber music series into deep waters
March 22 2017
Music lovers are always searching for an evening that will take them out of themselves, but out-of-body experiences are rare, let alone out-ofspecies ones
A look at some of Top of the Town's Longest Dynasties
March 22 2017
Karaoke • Common Ground Music Festival — Ninetime winner for Best Annual Event/Festival • Flat, Black & Circular — Nine-time winner for Best Record/CD Store • Elderly Instruments...
March 22 2017
The Devil’s Cut, returning to Lansing after a U.S. tour, headlines a roster of rock ‘n’ rollers Saturday evening at the Avenue Café. The show was supposed to be the band’s...
Trombonist Conrad Herwig slides poetry into practice at weeklong MSU visit
March 22 2017
Back in Hawaii, Young, a stalwart of Louis Armstrong’s All-Stars for many years, dedicated a tune to young Herwig. Almost immediately, Herwig announced to his parents he wanted to be Trummy Young....
Lansing-based cage fighter prepares for professional debut
March 22 2017
“I wrestle with one of the coaches here at MSU twice a week. Then I do MMA (mixed martial arts), which is boxing, sparring and jujitsu — we basically live-spar, live fighting three times a...

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