LCC makes moves to keep students on campus
Sept. 2 2015
Lansing Community College has been making some changes — and if you’ve driven by lately, it’s hard not to notice. The new, two-story windows that overlook Adado Riverfront Park...
Sept. 2 2015
Despite rainy weather, hundreds of members of the LGBT community and their friends and family gathered at the Capitol on Saturday for the annual Michigan Pride rally. Afterward, some stayed around for...
The enduring success of ‘How to Read Literature Like a Professor’
Sept. 2 2015
This book has serious shelf life — pun intended. A dozen years after Thomas C. Foster published “How to Read Literature Like a Professor,” it is still hanging around on...
Friday, Sept. 4
Sept. 2 2015
MICA Gallery’s next exhibit opening is adding an artful twist to the adage, “The more, the merrier.” A Friday evening opening reception will bring culinary arts, visual arts and music...
Sept. 2 2015
Mayday! At the Loft Friday Sept. 4 @ The Loft, 414 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing. 18 , $15, 8 p.m. Emerging Miami-based alt-hip-hop group ¡Mayday! has performed hundreds of shows, scored...
Walking tour features historic Eaton County Courthouse
Sept. 2 2015
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2 — The Historical Society of Greater Lansing continues its summer walking tour series with a free tour of the historic Eaton County Courthouse and Museum tomorrow evening, led by...
LCC brings old YMCA pillar to downtown campus
Aug. 28 2015
FRIDAY, AUG. 28 — Lansing Community College’s newest piece of public art isn’t so new. It’s over 70 years old. An 18-foot-tall limestone column, dedicated at a public ceremony this...
Williamston Theatre's building gets a new name
Aug. 27 2015
THURSDAY, AUG. 27 — Williamston Theatre founders, staff and supporters — along with members of the Williamston Area Chamber of Commerce — gathered Thursday for a ribbon-cutting ceremony...
Looking at the city’s biggest spenders
Aug. 26 2015
The area’s top three bars, at least in terms of liquor purchases, are in East Lansing — but Lansing isn’t too far behind. The top 10 liquor purchasers in the tri-county area, according...
The Appleseed Collective turns in virtuoso performance on ´Live at the Ark´
Aug. 26 2015
Ann Arbor-based group the Appleseed Collective is certainly a folk band, but it doesn’t take the preservation society approach common to many folk bands. The group specializes in writing...
Author Bryan Stevenson brings message of equal justice to MSU
Aug. 26 2015
Lawyer Bryan Stevenson has helped make the sun shine again for some 115 men, among them Anthony Ray Hinton of Montgomery, Alabama. Stevenson, who founded and directs the Equal Justice Initiative,...
Sunday, Aug 30
Aug. 26 2015
The Grand River will be filled with dragons Sunday. Luckily, none of the dragons will be able to breathe fire. The river will be filled with traditional Chinese dragon boats — paddled longboats...
Aug. 26 2015
L. Soul album release at the Loft Friday, Aug. 28 @ The Loft, 414 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing. All ages, $12, $10 adv., 8 p.m. East Lansing-based rapper L Soul releases his new album Friday...
Capital Area Restaurant Week makes its donation to the Greater Lansing Food Bank
Aug. 21 2015
FRIDAY, AUG. 21 — The Greater Lansing Food Bank got a financial boost today in the form of a $3,672.50 check — the proceeds from this year’s Capital Area Restaurant Week
Walking tour explores the university's historic West Circle
Aug. 20 2015
THURSDAY, AUG. 20 — Take an MSU-themed stroll down memory lane Saturday with a walking tour of old West Circle. The tour, hosted by the Historical Society of Greater Lansing, will be led by Stephen...
Taking a look at East Lansing's thirstiest bars
Aug. 19 2015
Numbers from the Michigan Liquor Control Commission confirm something that we already know: MSU students like to drink. The Michigan Liquor Control Commission tracks all liquor that bars and restaurants...
Song cycle makes for touching, unconventional theater
Aug. 19 2015
To really appreciate “Elegies,” Peppermint Creek Theatre Co.’s latest production, you have to take it on its terms. “Elegies” describes itself as a “song cycle,”...
patronicity.com/underthebridge
Aug. 19 2015
The Under the Bridge campaign to transform the US 127 underpass on Michigan Avenue got a substantial boost with Sparrow Health System’s signing on as a lead supporter. Sparrow announced...
Better Health Store serves up kombucha on tap
Aug. 19 2015
There’s a new beverage in town that’s served on tap, but this one is legal for all ages: kombucha tea. Better Health Store is now selling Seoul Kombucha tea on tap in the café...
Jim Proebstle takes on concussion awareness in youth sports
Aug. 19 2015
The “NCAA Game of the Week” football program for Nov. 23, 1963 lists J. Proebstle at right end and D. Proebstle at quarterback for the Michigan State University Spartans. For the...

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