Here's what's going on in town today
Feb. 21 2017
Good day and happy International Mother Language Day.Comedy Coven, Lansing’s self-described “comedy witches,” celebrates its second anniversary with an all-female, all-LGBTQ February...
Feb. 20 2017
This week's guests are MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart and the organizers of Black Arts Matter
Here's what's going on in town today
Feb. 20 2017
Good day on this partly-cloudy Monday.Three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, a one-hour-long yoga class is held at Williamston High School. The class is open to all interested parti
Here's what's going on in town this weekend
Feb. 18 2017
Good day and happy weekend.An original dance and theater piece commissioned by the Wharton Center has its final show this weekend. Read more about the work, which deals with the topic of human traffic
Feb. 17 2017
Including sexual orientation and gender identification in the hate crime law could elevate the punishment for some of these incidents
Mildly subversive ‘The Lego Batman Movie’ goes for big laughs
Feb. 17 2017
If you’re looking for an enjoyable, kid-friendly film for the family, look no further than “The Lego Batman Movie.” The “kid-friendly” part might just be what kills the movie...
Here's what's going on in town today
Feb. 17 2017
Good day on this somewhat warm Friday.Inspired by A.R. Gurney’s “Love Letters,” “Hate Mail” explores one-sided love and romance gone awry. Set in the 1980s, “Hate Mail”...
Here's what's going on in town today
Feb. 16 2017
Good day on this chilly Thursday.Riverwalk Theatre’s latest production is a tale of friendship, cultural change and donuts. “Superior Donuts” tells the story of Arthur Przybyszewski,...
Stare Trek and Splendor In The Gracias
Feb. 15 2017
WEDNESDAY, Feb. 15 — Q: The 40-year-old guy I'm dating swivels his head to check out ladies everywhere. He even comments on those he finds attractive. I’ve mentioned that it bugs me. He contends
Feb. 15 2017
It’s useful. We’re at our best when we’re inclusive. Presently we’re the LGBTQAI community. That’s quite a mouthful and pretty unwieldy as a word. There’s always a fuss...
Feb. 15 2017
To all of my brave ones – who live boldly as yourselves, despite, and sometimes in spite of, the people who try to dim your radiant light. To those who, as Janelle Monae says, “defy every label.”...
Lansing Symphony, Sharon Isbin serve up smashing night of Latin music
Feb. 15 2017
Andrew Spencer was smiling so much it must have hurt his face Saturday night. Don’t think we didn’t notice
Feb. 15 2017
Young Pioneer, formed in 2012, is technically a Brighton-based indie rock band, but last summer it grew some Lansing roots when local musicians Jason Marr and Austin Howard joined the band. Marr is known...
Feb. 15 2017
“My mom pushed me into it when I was in fifth grade, trying to get me to make some new friends and get me out of my neighborhood a little bit,” Sylvester said. “So she signed me up for...
Feb. 15 2017
But my favorite option so far is the Sammy. This breakfast sandwich features fried chicken, avocado, bacon, sprouts, arugula and a poached egg, all topped with ranch and sriracha aioli and served on ciabatta...
Feb. 15 2017
Zoe remembers the first time she saw Amanda, and the second, and the third, but it wasn’t because it was love at first sight. Amanda leaves an impression, and nobody can dispute that. You may not...
Ambitious dance work takes on human trafficking, addiction and abuse
Feb. 15 2017
Human trafficking, prostitution, heroin addiction — these are not typical topics for a dance performance. But “Among the Darkest Shadows,” a cross-country multi-partner collaboration...
Council approves new law regulating home pot growing
Feb. 15 2017
In an action that will have ramifications for home growers of medical marijuana, the Lansing City Council has approved an ordinance regulating odor and electrical use
Local mom asks Meijer for healthy checkout aisles
Feb. 15 2017
Local photographer and artist Jane Kramer started a petition on change. org after she couldn’t get past Meijer’s customer service desk last fall
Feb. 15 2017
Architectural critics often divide their subjects into ‘capital A’ Architecture and ‘small a’ architecture. The former category includes famous museums, large monuments and examples...

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