Here's what's going on in town today
Jan. 14 2017
Good day and happy weekend.The victors of Capital Area Blues Society's Blues Brawl are headed to Memphis for the 2017 International Blues Challenge, and local blues fans can help send them on their w
Jan. 13 2017
This week's guests are Democratic candidate for Michigan Governor and Ingham County Sheriff Scott Wriggelsworth
Lansing Art Gallery offers new way to experience art
Jan. 13 2017
FRIDAY, Jan. 13 — The Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center is offering a new way for visitors to learn and interact with art through its Art Encounter: SEE | CONNECT
Jan. 13 2017
FRIDAY, JAN 13 — This morning, the Gillespie Co. announced a new development on the south side of Michigan Avenue’s 2200 block
Whitmer attacks Schuette over handling of Flint water crisis
Jan. 13 2017
FRIDAY, Jan. 13 — Gubernatorial candidate Gretchen Whitmer is skeptical of the charges Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has brought against officials in the Flint water crisis. “I don’t
Here's what's going on in town today
Jan. 13 2017
Good day on this Friday the 13th.Embrace the spookiness of Friday the 13th with a pair of mysterious offerings from Audio Air Force. The group recreates classic radio dramas live on stage, complete wi
Here's what's going on in town today
Jan. 12 2017
Good day on this snowy, gray Thursday.Is being called a “hillbilly” a compliment? Folk and rock guitarist Bart Moore thinks so. Moore opens the Turner-Dodge House’s 2017 Music at the...
Jan. 11 2017
After many years, two longstanding Mid-Michigan musical traditions are merging. The Ten Pound Fiddle’s Mid-Winter Singing Festival and its annual big folk concert at East Lansing’s Hannah Community...
Jan. 11 2017
MSU’s Jazz Studies program celebrates the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with a pair of concerts featuring MSU’s student jazz octets, as well as jazz faculty and special guests. “It’s...
Erik Griffin talks ‘Workaholics,’ life on the road and new project
Jan. 11 2017
Comedian Erik Griffin is best known as recurring “Workaholics” character Montez Walker, the hyper-competitive office worker who shares too much detail about his sex life
Jan. 11 2017
The first big metal show of the year hits Mac’s Bar Saturday. The first ever Oigs Fest is an all-day show featuring 10 heavy bands, including the Lurking Corpses, Dagon, Cavalcade and the Revenant....
Carole King musical will make you feel like a natural person
Jan. 11 2017
Behind every great song is a great songwriter. “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” highlights one such songwriter and the inspiring true story of her successful transition from anonymity...
Open Mike Eagle talks quirky titles, writing process and getting started in hip hop
Jan. 11 2017
Innovative rapper Open Mike Eagle, real name Michael Eagle, began his career in the mid-‘90s in Chicago, where he developed a punchline style consistent with the region and era. But by 18, he had...
Sarah Chang and Andrew von Oeyen bring star power to Prague Philharmonia tour
Jan. 11 2017
The rare pairing of two major soloists on the Prague Philharmonia’s Jan. 18 concert at the Wharton Center makes you wonder: Have the classical poobahs resorted to throwing multiple stars on the same...
Comedy trio branches out to host national comedians, offer workshops
Jan. 11 2017
When local comedian Emily Syrja didn’t see the opportunities she wanted in the local comedy scene, she decided to create her own. Syrja started hosting pop-up comedy shows at her house to create...
Jan. 11 2017
While somewhat spicy, this dish is not especially fiery. The mixture is spread out on a plate and thick enough to be managed with a fork yet soupy enough to warrant a spoon, but I found using pita bread...
Lansing Symphony, Tanya Ell reach into the heart of Dvorák
Jan. 11 2017
As they might say if ESPN did orchestral highlights, it was the bottom of the slow movement and the cadenza was in full swing. Just when Ell seemed to have poured out the last dregs of unfulfilled longing,...
Jan. 11 2017
According to a reader’s tip, “The AT&T building on Washington Ave. is not a bad example of brutish architecture, but the windows at street level which once held a communication timeline have...
Lansing considers ‘sanctuary city’ status as Trump inaugural approaches
Jan. 11 2017
Monday night, a group of about 25 activists shrugged off a January cold snap to circle in front of City Hall in support of an idea that goes back to the Old Testament’s Book of Numbers
City Council deadlocked over new leadership
Jan. 11 2017
Lansing City Council is splitsville. After hours of back and forth debate, the body failed Monday to come to a consensus on who would make up the leadership for this year

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