Lansing Makers Network teaches how to make jewelry
May 23 2018
THURSDAY, MAY 24 - Ever wonder how jewelry is made? Lansing Makers Network will host a sold-out workshop on teaching the fundamentals of jewelry making tonight from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m
Allen Farmers Market to host first festival of its outdoor season
May 22 2018
WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 - With the weather warming up and spring showers bringing life back to plants, it is the perfect time time to begin preparing a summer garden. Allen Farmers Market, 1629 E. Kalamazoo...
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Code compliance, roads big winners; City Market loses
May 22 2018
TUESDAY, MAY 22 — Unlike years past, when the budget process was fraught with name calling, veto threats and long meetings, the Lansing City Council last night unanimously approved Mayor Andy Schor’s...
Capitol Flower Planting Day at the Capitol is underway
May 21 2018
The front walkway towards the Capitol building will be getting extra color this morning. Around 9,000 to 10,000 red, orange and yellow flowers will be planted along the sidewalk that leads to the main...
City Market subsidy faces the axe tonight
May 21 2018
MONDAY, May 21 — The Lansing City Council is expected tonight to strike all or part of an $80,000-a-year subsidy to the City Market in order to fund a new code enforcement inspector
May 20 2018
Why not relax with yoga and a cup of coffee? Blue Owl Coffee and Heights Yoga Project will host a yoga and coffee event at Blue Owl Coffee's new pop-up coffee location this morning from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m
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May 18 2018
Listen to the latest City Pulse Radio show featuring Todd Heywood's reporting on Michigan's gubernatorial race. You can listen to City Pulse Radio live every Saturday at 10:30 a.m. on the Impact, 88
May 17 2018
The above dates/times reflect the show's rescheduling. Nessa, a boisterous Celtic world-music fusion group, re-imagines the ballads and dances of Europe, while mixing in an assortment of worldly elements....
May 17 2018
Aries (March 21-April 19) According to my assessment of the astrological omens, your duty right now is to be a brave observer and fair-minded intermediary and honest storyteller. Your people need you to...
All the details on the new season
May 17 2018
Judicious hits of new music, including one world premiere, a lineup of top-notch guest soloists and Herculean helpings of symphonic classics are the three pillars of the Lansing Symphony’s 2018-’19...
May 17 2018
Gini Larson plays the not-always-as-she-seems Dr. Halbrech with apparent ease. My affections for the doctor faded, but my admiration of Larson’s acting never wavered. A brief appearance by Janet...
Ted M. Reuschel ponders history and nature
May 17 2018
Michigan’s Looking Glass River twists and turns 70 miles from its source in Livingston County until it dumps into the Grand River in Portland. It was once a major trail for Native Americans, but...
New art lab to host auxiliary galleries and workshops
May 17 2018
The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum’s long awaited satellite operation, Broad Art Lab, is debuting Saturday with an exhibit plucked from Michigan State University’s colossal archive of both...
In season closer, LSO goes big before it goes home
May 17 2018
Even the night’s opener was more absorbing and substantial than any overture you could name. “Trace,” by MSU faculty composer Zhou Tian, was a dense, multilayered tapestry of memories...
Saturday, May 19-Sunday, May 20
May 17 2018
Attendees can find themselves overwhelmed with not only the absurd amount of artists and vendors, but with three live music stages — each catering to a different taste. There’s the main stage...
Massive spring planting begins on Oakland, Saginaw avenues
May 17 2018
Below Stiles’ feet, landscaper John Weaver could be seen, bent double, feet on the curb, digging a flowering mandavilla into the topsoil lining the embankment. The light turned green on Pennsylvania...
2018 looks good for female pols in Ingham County
May 17 2018
The Michigan Democratic Party’s top four statewide nominees may end up being women with U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow running for re-election, Gretchen Whitmer the gubernatorial front-runner, Jocelyn...
May 17 2018
Konstantin, can you hear me? Come in, Konstantin. Utter the pass words, please. How sadly the fermented mare’s milk dribbles down my stiletto heels! So it is you, Konstantin Svyatoslavovich! Yes....
May 17 2018
Sports Bar Buffalo Wild Wings Nuthouse Sports Bar Reno’s - East* Reno’s - North* Reno’s - West* Buddie’s - Holt Frank’s Press Box *No specific location was given, so all locations...
May 17 2018
Our American experiment has faced and successfully overcome two crises while facing the 3rd today. The 1st crisis was the American Revolution where we told the British Empire that we, the American People,...