Nov. 28 2012
Gallery walk & other exhibitions
Author documents America's underground newspaper movement
Nov. 28 2012
"What a long, strange trip it’s been," may be part of Grateful Dead lore, but it goes a long way in describing Ken Wachsberger's lifelong passion of documenting America's Vietnam-era underground...
A survey of Lansing's musical landscape
Nov. 28 2012
A pair of Michigan-based duos share a twin bill at the Ten Pound Fiddle concert series Friday at the Unitarian Universalist Church. Taking the stage will be Jan Krist & Jim Bizer and Siusan O'Rourke &...
The Family Restaurant
Nov. 21 2012
South Lansing diners looking for home-cooked eating that goes beyond chain restaurants and dollar menus have a new option: The Family Restaurant. And don't worry about that name — no one's looking...
Gender identity and children
Nov. 21 2012
Ken Zucker, psychologist-in-chief at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto, is the 10th speaker in Michigan State University’s semester-long series, "Whom You Love: the biology of...
Nov. 21 2012
This month, you might find a holiday show that has fake snow, Santa and maybe a few elves, but the one playing at Riverwalk Theatre certainly has something that makes it stick out from the crowd: goblins
Our list of #LoveLansing gift ideas
Nov. 21 2012
Despite those doomsday prognosticators who've been trying to scare us into thinking we're one minor calamity away from being a third world country, things really aren’t that bad, fiscally speaking
A survey of Lansing's musical landscape
Nov. 21 2012
For those who still dig neon clothes and poppy synthesizers, the Starfarm show tonight at the Green Door may be the pre-Turkey Day spot to be
Greater Lansing Convention & Vistors Bureau & Hibachi's House
Nov. 14 2012
Last week, the Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau, headquartered in the Stadium District in Lansing, cut the ribbon at its new satellite office across the street from the new Eli and Edythe...
Drink and paint at new Lansing business
Nov. 14 2012
On an average Saturday night, I usually head to a show with some friends or, having recently turned 21, go barhopping. But last weekend I tried something different: a friend and I went to a class at Painting...
Nov. 14 2012
This week's reviews and previews
Annual holiday extravaganza takes over downtown on Friday
Nov. 14 2012
After last year's abbreviated winter (seen as a reprieve by many mid-Michigan cryophobes), the calendar has finally reset itself back to cold weather mode, whether we like it or not
Lansing Symphony, soloists, choirs apply the balm of Brahms
Nov. 14 2012
After two drama-drenched performances in a row, the Lansing Symphony opted to soothe rather than rile at Saturday's MasterWorks concert
Schuler hosts novel fundraiser for Haven House tonight
Nov. 14 2012
Spartan football fans won't have to crash the tailgate party tonight at Schuler Books in the Eastwood Towne Center — everyone's invited
Nov. 14 2012
Last week, Schuler hosted Michigan rock 'n' roller Dick Wagner, who talked about his new book "Not Only Women Bleed."
A survey of Lansing's musical landscape
Nov. 14 2012
Sparky and Rhonda Rucker perform across the country and around the world, singing songs and telling stories from the American folk tradition. Friday the married couple makes a stop at the Ten Pound Fiddle...
P Squared Wine Bar
Nov. 7 2012
Downtown Lansing already seems to have a little bit of everything: high-end dining, casual dining, Mexican, Middle Eastern, a brewpub — man, you can even get sushi down there now. The market, you'd...
Choral forces join Lansing Symphony for Brahms' 'German Requiem'
Nov. 7 2012
There are pious requiems, stormy requiems, raging requiems, imploring requiems. In the end, they all start to mix in your mind, however magnificent, like sunsets
Orientation and older brothers
Nov. 7 2012
Ray Blanchard, adjunct professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, is the ninth speaker in MSU's semester-long series, "Whom You Love: the biology of sexual orientation," which...
A survey of Lansing's musical landscape
Nov. 7 2012
The Detroit-based band Electric Six gained some national attention in early 2003 with the "Danger! High Voltage" single, a high-energy, disco-rock song that featured backing vocals from Jack White. It...

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