Politics push a Broadway classic back into its discomfort zone
Feb. 22 2017
Instead of settling into the complacent valley of the classics, Broadway’s “Cabaret” manages to keep dangling at the edge of the abyss
Feb. 22 2017
Mohan brings his potent mix of humor and politics to the Robin Theatre Monday for a show hosted by Comedy Coven, Lansing’s allfemale comedy trio. While Mohan’s act covers a variety of heavy...
Feb. 22 2017
GTG Records and the Fledge Music Group celebrates the release of a new compilation of local artists, “He Just Wrote Them Like That: A Tribute to George Harrison,” Saturday at the Avenue Café....
Feb. 22 2017
Patbingsu, also known as bingsu or bingsoo, is a shaved ice treat. Softer than the crunchy snow cones you get at the ballpark but more powdery than ice cream, patbingsu has the texture of a fresh, pure...
Community supported agriculture delivers locally grown food and satisfaction
Feb. 22 2017
The growing list of participating farms include ANC Veggie Box, Capital Village Trade Cooperative, CBI's Giving Tree Farm, Hillcrest Farm, Hunter Park GardenHouse, Lansing Roots, Monroe Family Organics,...
Lansing native dives into detective drama in debut novel
Feb. 22 2017
August Snow arrives at his Mexicantown home to find a shoebox-size package on his front stoop. As an ex-Detroit cop, he’s suspicious — and he should be. Snow went “Serpico” on his...
New event series puts a spotlight on black artists
Feb. 22 2017
REO Town Sessions is part of a growing web of activities Austin is spinning out as part of his Art Matters project. The goal of the project is to not only promote local artists but also to further the...
MSU Comics Forum celebrates ten years with two keynote speakers
Feb. 22 2017
The tenth annual MSU Comics Forum, which kicks off today, highlights the collection with an exhibit on underground comix, a movement of comics popular in the 1970s that dealt with taboo topics. The exhibit...
LCC brings colorful, child-friendly take on Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale
Feb. 22 2017
To be honest, a child should probably be writing this review. Lansing Community College’s latest production, “The Snow Queen,” is unabashedly meant for children. The adaptation...
Local wine expert brings spotlight on Metro Lansing
Feb. 22 2017
If you live somewhere in southeast Michigan, there’s a good chance you say you’re “from Detroit” when talking to someone from outside the area
Feb. 22 2017
State Rep. Andy Schor sat down with editor and publisher Berl Schwartz and reporter Todd Heywood for an hour and a quarter on Friday to answer questions about his decision to run for mayor of Lansing....
Neighborhood activist files for Council in 2nd Ward
Feb. 22 2017
Rodocker, who has filed to run in the 2nd Ward in the August primary election, sees an area of the city overrun with medical marijuana dispensaries and shuttered businesses along crumbling roads. That,...
Dragonfly Boutique & Salon / Strange Matter Coffee Co.
Feb. 22 2017
About 20 miles southwest of Lansing, the rural community of Charlotte is undergoing a significant cultural and retail revitalization
Feb. 22 2017
When this location was featured as an Eyesore in April 2014, it was “vacant and boarded, its falling soffit precariously held up by the former restaurant’s mechanical equipment.” The...
Lansing needs a drink of courage on sanctuary cities
Feb. 22 2017
Action, not words, is usually what counts. And in normal times, that would be enough on the undocumented immigrant issue
Spending and dark money become hot button issues
Feb. 22 2017
Lansing’s 2017 candidates and dark money groups could spend as much as a million dollars in eight months in a bid to elect a new mayor. Dark money — untraceable money ostensibly spent to educate...
Here's what's going on in town today
Feb. 22 2017
Good day on this warm Wednesday.REACH Studio Art Center, a non-profit community art studio in REO Town, offers Wednesday walk-in hours for young artists to let out their creative sides. Every Wednesda
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

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