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June 26 2013
"Good things come to those who wait": A dusty proverb tossed around haphazardly whenever someone's patience is tested. But for the dedicated artisans who practice the art of homebrewing, it is nothing...
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New breweries are on the horizon for greater Lansing
June 26 2013
In August, HopCat-East Lansing will open on the ground floor of The Residences, a new mixed-use development project in downtown East Lansing that's expected to be completed later this year
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Lansing man spins his love of beer into part-time gig
June 26 2013
Beer, as Homer Simpson famously toasted, is the cause of, and solution to, all of life's problems. Well, it was something close to that, at least. Either way, we're willing to bet he never thought of turning...
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June 26 2013
Michigan has over 140 brewpubs, microbreweries and meaderies — not to mention the hundreds of bars catering specifically to craft beer enthusiasts. Below is an abbreviated list of some of the establishments...
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A survey of Lansing's musical landscape
June 26 2013
Suicide Machines make a rare small club appearance Friday at Mac's Bar. The Suicide Machines were formed in March 1991 by Jason Navarro (vocals) and Dan Lukacinsky (guitar, vocals)
June 25 2013
Allen Street Farmers Market 2:30-7 p.m. Wednesday, through October Corner of Kalamazoo Street and Allen Street, Lansing
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Longtime Lansing stage actress Winifred Olds dies
June 21 2013
Friday, June 21 — Winifred Olds, known as “the grande dame of Lansing theater,” died late Thursday after complications from surgery. She was 88.
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Verdehr Trio puts capstone on final concert series
June 21 2013
Friday, June 21 — Around the world, the chamber music combination of violin, clarinet and piano is synonymous with Michigan State University’s Verdehr Trio. They even have an entry in the Britannica-hefty...
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A rundown of Lansing shows this week
June 20 2013
Thursday, June 20 — Punk rock, singer-songwriters and dubstep are on tap along the Michigan Avenue corridor in Lansing this weekend. Mac’s Bar starts things off tonight with punk rockers Direct...
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‘Mythbusters’ returns to Wharton with explosive show
June 20 2013
Thursday, June 20 — Basically, it’s a show for the family, explosion enthusiasts or anyone who’s ever said, “I wonder if you can really stop a bullet by sticking your finger in...
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Musical spoof of lurid bestseller wiggles into Wharton
June 20 2013
Thursday, June 20 — It’s a touring musical spoof of a bondage-themed fanfic that was, in turn, based on characters from the “Twilight” craze. Call it “Six Degrees of...
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Emil’s owner insists longtime Eastside restaurant will stay open
June 20 2013
Thursday, June 20 — Despite a new batch of rumors that Emil’s Italian Restaurant on Lansing’s Eastside is closing, owner Paul Grescowle firmly denies them all. “We’re not...
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English Inn's Croquet Cottages
June 19 2013
The owners of The English Inn, 677 S. Michigan Road, Eaton Rapids, broke ground last Thursday on an expansion that will nearly double the overnight capacity for the historic restaurant/pub/bed and breakfast
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Summer Solstice Jazz Festival balloons with its biggest lineup yet
June 19 2013
Homegrown talent and world-class artists (often one and the same thing), rare visitors from New Orleans, an organ trio, a Latin group, a big band, a guitar summit and a vocalist summit pack the strongest...
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Weeklong event celebrates Michigan beer
June 19 2013
After a successful debut last year, Lansing Beer Week is back for another round of food pairings, pub crawls and historical tours. It starts Friday with the Festival of the Sun in Old Town, and wraps up...
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Annual festivals welcome summer to Old Town
June 19 2013
Summer calls for lemonade and an iPod full of beach tunes, but Old Town is putting its annual spin on those traditions at this weekend's Festival of the Moon and Festival of the Sun. Instead of lemonade,...
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Michigan author buys a house in 'the most dangerous city in America’'
June 19 2013
An offbeat idea hatched in a San Francisco hipster bar set journalist and Flint native Gordon Young on a quest to buy a house in his downtrodden hometown. Young's obsession-like love of Flint is the focus...
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A survey of Lansing's musical landscape
June 19 2013
The Seattle folk-pop band Ivan & Alyosha released its new album "All The Times We Had" earlier this year on Dualtone Records. The full-length debut is a follow up to the well-received 2011 "Fathers Be...
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First concert of new downtown music series starts Thursday
June 18 2013
Tuesday, June 18 — Drag those boots out of the closet this Thursday and saddle up for some country tunes. On the 200 S. block of Washington Square, a country music lineup consisting of Brenda Loomis...
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English Inn breaks ground on new addition
June 17 2013
Friday, June 14 — The owners of the English Inn broke ground on four cottages Thursday that will nearly double the Eaton Rapids establishment's capacity. The four Croquet Cottages, as they’ll...