Local designers dress up The Loft Saturday night
June 8 2011
The designer collective Pomp was founded this year by locals Kristy Warner, Keisha Thomas, Christine White and Bryenna Reinicke, who met in the Lansing Community College fashion technology program, where...
It’s a comic culture clash in ’Gemini’
June 8 2011
Written by Albert Innaurato, “Gemini” unfolds in the backyard of a blue-collar Philadelphia neighborhood, circa 1973, where Francis Geminiani has returned home for his summer break from Harvard
Despite cultural and social gains, Proposal 2 makes Michigan a difficult place to live
June 8 2011
In 2000, Michael Falk came to Ann Arbor with his partner, Matthew, to begin a promising career in materials science. He was 31 years old. By 2002, Falk’s teaching and research at the University of...
Area churches beat back the brimstone at Michigan Pride
June 8 2011
Cooper is a minister at Lansing’s Pilgrim Congregational Church, one of three United Church of Christ churches to team up for the first time and make a show of Christian counterforce at Michigan...
Youth White Party offers LGBT teens a safe haven
June 8 2011
Youth White Party offers LGBT teens a safe haven Some people avoid dances for fear of being outed as a lousy dancer. When you’re in your teens, going to your first dance that’s for gays and...
Lansing police authorizes necessary force at Michigan Pride
June 8 2011
“I have secured a float. I have secured a vehicle to tow it with. I have secured a male police officer who will be in uniform as the driver,” she announced in her column in the LGBT News, published...
His career goal: ’I would love Ryan Seacrest’s job’
June 8 2011
Wisenbaugh’s progression from YouTube video blogger to MSUToday segment correspondent can clearly be seen, said co-worker and mentor Jim Peck, host of MSUToday and a Big Ten Network executive producer...
Woody Allen is back on track in Paris
June 8 2011
When it comes to comebacks, Woody Allen could probably teach Cher, Britney Spears and even Lazarus a few lessons by now
Tayari Jones’ new novel draws comparisons to Toni Morrison
June 8 2011
Tayari Jones has written one of the most original coming of age stories in modern times. Her newest book, “Silver Sparrow”, is about two families and two sisters one pretty, one plain connected...
June 8 2011
Wolvserpent, featuring Blake Green (guitar) and Brittany McConnell (drums/violin), create droning and ominous sounds devoid of any poppy elements. The band is known for blistering through live sets with...
June 1 2011
It’s the season of the sun and the moon. A time for bluegrass and Common Ground. A time for jazz, folk, vintage vehicles, free theater and a dash of Caribbean spice. Get ready for summer, Lansing-style....
Photographer Suellen Hozman’s ’Flesh Tones’ challenges the power of first impressions
June 1 2011
Photography by Suellen Hozman Reception Noon-5 p.m. Sunday, June 5, at Absolute Gallery, 307 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing; exhibit continues through June 30. Regular gallery hours are 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday-Friday;...
Author Steve Hamilton restarts the series with ’Misery Bay,’ which hits stores Tuesday
June 1 2011
But most fans of Hamilton don’t care about awards. They read him because of his Alex McKnight series, which is primarily set in what Hamilton calls “one of the loneliest places on earth,”...
’Great Big Bar Show’ relaunches venerable Augusta summer theater
June 1 2011
Hans Friedrichs spent three seasons at the Barn Theatre in Augusta as an Equity Membership Candidate. Then he took more than 20 years off.He’s back this summer as the director of “The Great...
Director hopes ’Musical Comedy Murders’ slays Riverwalk audiences
June 1 2011
At first glance, it may seem that director Lisa Sodman Elzinga has murder on the brain. She is, after all, behind Riverwalk Theatre’s “Musical Comedy Murders of 1940,” which opens Thursday....
The art of maintaining a little mystery in marketing
June 1 2011
We live in an era when too many movie trailers and commercials give away far too much including all the best jokes, all the biggest shocks and sometimes even the ending of the film. If you talk to marketing...
June 1 2011
Absolute Gallery “Flesh Tones,” a celebration of flesh colors and flesh decorations. Personal stories accompany each photograph. Reception: Noon-5 p.m. June 5. Hours: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday-Friday,...
When you wish upon a Ringo Starr & Aisle be embarrassing you
June 1 2011
While it must seem like aliens came down and swapped out your brain for Mrs. Cleaver’s, it’s possible that the culprit is the release, during sex, of oxytocin, a hormone nicknamed “the...
June 1 2011
All proceeds go to “Landon’s Fund.” The late Andrew Carpenter was born in Charlotte, and still has family in the Lansing area. His cousins Shawn Semen and Mark Semen (of the now-defunct...
Kresge Art Museums collection will not have a permanent home at the Broad Art Museum
May 26 2011
In a grouping of diverse cultural rock stars, a seventh-century pope (Gregory I), a 14th-century Spanish bishop and a wooden Yoruba warrior from west Africa hold a time-traveling, cross-cultural summit...

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