World-premiere play follows unwed teenage mothers in the ‘60s
March 13 2013
Friday, Feb. 22 — Church bells seem to echo forever — binnnnng, boooooong, binnnnng, booooong — floating over the air, signifying either that mass is about to start or that a big event...
MSU radio station advances in MTV contest
March 13 2013
Thursday, Feb. 28 — WDBM-FM was named “College Radio Station of the Year” 11 times by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters, and snagged City Pulse's Top of the Town award last year...
Local foursome shoots sketch that makes it to late night TV
March 13 2013
Thursday, Feb. 28 —A West Michigan couple recently appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” because $7,500 of the man’s porn was stolen, but earlier this month, a Lansing group made their...
Worldly inspiration
March 13 2013
Friday, March 1 — This week, instead of just talking about where Lansing fashionistas go shopping, I decided to explore the areas where these trendsetters shop for inspiration. Shuhang Yu was browsing...
Celebration! Cinema immerses movie goers in an interactive viewing experience
March 13 2013
Friday, March 1 — Lansing’s Celebration! Cinema is shaking things up with some new technology debuting today. The theater unveiled 26 D-BOX seats to enhance the moviegoing experience for its...
March 13 2013
Welcome to the City Pulse/WLNS 2013 Top of the Town Awards "Final Five" Contest, where our readers vote for their favorite people and businesses in the Greater Lansing area
LCC's 'Laramie Project: 10 Years Later' re-opens an old wound
March 13 2013
It's been 10 years since we've checked in on Laramie, Wyo. Strip malls are spreading. The Wal-Mart is now a Super Wal-Mart. There’s a Chili's now. They're drilling new oil and gas wells. It's classic...
'Garden of Joy' brings words and music of the Harlem Renaissance to Wharton Center
March 13 2013
The poets and musicians of the 1920s Harlem Renaissance bottled enough of New York’s fabled "Negro Metropolis" to keep you high on Harlem for the rest of your life
March 13 2013
For the second year in a row, that annual drunkfest-dressed-up-as-a-holiday known as St. Patrick's Day falls on a weekend. So instead of a single day of debauchery, you can fill all three nights and two...
Detroit author reaches out to Michigan writers
March 13 2013
Thriller writer Karen Dionne, who will keynote the 26th annual "A Rally of Writers," has had three novels published, including the environmental thrillers "Boiling Point" and "Freezing Point." The Detroit...
Vaudevillian humor elevates genteel comedy
March 13 2013
A curiosity, indeed, is Ethel Savage, a wealthy widow who wants to donate her late husband's millions to charity rather than to her three cranky, selfish, ne'er-do-well adult stepchildren. "The Curious...
A survey of Lansing's musical landscape
March 13 2013
The Plurals, one of Lansing's busiest indie bands, plays Wednesday at The Avenue Café. Opening the show are fellow local punks To Fear the Wolf and Honah Lee, a New Jersey-based power-pop-punk band
What to expect from The Lil’ Darlins Vaudeville Troupe
March 9 2013
Thursday, March 7 — Sword swallowers, fire eaters, acrobats and music. Just a typical night for The Lil’ Darlins Vaudeville Troupe, which performs Sunday night at The Loft in Lansing
Broad Art Museum hosts bracket-style event, giving the public a chance to choose a new piece for display
March 8 2013
Thursday, March 7 — As Tom Izzo’s Spartans battle through the month for a shot at the national championship, the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum has organized “March Madness at the Broad,”...
Award-winning filmmaker will be keynote speaker at Michigan author event
March 8 2013
Thursday, March 7 — Polarizing documentary filmmaker Michael Moore will be the keynote speaker at the 2013 Night for Notables event on April 27 at the Library of Michigan
A master of the sweat shirt
March 8 2013
Friday, March 8 — Few things are more comfortable and less creative than a sweat shirt — or so I thought until Peter Ferstz proved me wrong. He artfully turns a college student’s item...
A rundown of Lansing shows this week
March 7 2013
Thursday, March 7 — Still no plans for the weekend? City Pulse has tracked down some ‘90s skate punk, a controversial folk artist and Celtic jamgrass hitting area venues this week. For even...
Lansing's Fire House No. 8
March 6 2013
One of two things lay ahead for Jeff Brenner, who purchased Lansing's iconic Fire Station No. 8 in January: Either make it the new headquarters for his company, Brenner Heating and Cooling, or transform...
Grammy winning folk singer plays East Lansing Friday
March 6 2013
This year's Grammy Awards had a surprise winner for "Best Spoken Word Album." Famed folk singer Janis Ian won for her autobiography, "Society's Child," over such big-name nominees Michelle Obama, Bill...
Jazz trio joins Lansing Symphony for powerful night of music
March 6 2013
It felt like a security breach at a gated community when a man in the audience at the Wharton Center alerted his wife to an unfamiliar glint on the stage before a Lansing Symphony concert Saturday night

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