Stormfield Theatre scores again with ace production of Tom Stoppard’s comedy about World War I vets
Sept. 7 2011
In its second season, Stormfield Theatre is proving itself to be the little theater that can that is, they can produce high-quality shows that so transfix an audience that one easily forgets there is...
Electrifying drama 'Warrior' will knock you out
Sept. 7 2011
Tom Hardy’s brilliance had already brought him a faithful following in his native England by the time director Christopher Nolan cast him as the delightfully deceiver forgery expert in “Inception,”...
This is where you draw the spine & Wishful finking
Sept. 7 2011
I’m not invited to the wedding. Last spring, when we were broken up for three months, he had a fling with the bride’s friend. As a courtesy to the fling woman, I’m blacklisted. Last summer,...
A survey of Lansing musical landscape
Sept. 7 2011
Marsalis is headed to Wharton Center Sept. 22. He will perform with the prestigious Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. The (London, England) Daily Telegraph called the group “the finest big band in...
Popular mystery authors Stephanie Pintoff and Louise Penny come to town Saturday
Sept. 7 2011
Mystery lovers get a double shot of love Saturday as two of the hottest mystery writers in North America visit Schuler Books & Music in the Meridian Mall for back-to-back presentations. Both are so good...
Cafes & Diners
Sept. 7 2011
Meridian Crossing Drive, Okemos. 6:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday. (517) 381-7437. www. gtpie.com. D, TO, P, OM, WIFI, $ Other locations at 1403 E. Grand...
Riverwalk Theatre's 'Annie' features more orphans than ever
Sept. 7 2011
“I’m very fortunate to have one of the funniest and most physically controlled actors around playing Miss Hannigan: Angela Dill,” Croff said. “She has this great, elongated form,...
Can a local drag queen rule the roost on VH1?
Aug. 31 2011
Both came into play while the 22-yearold was taping something else that is sure to get him noticed: the VH1 reality series, “Ton of Cash,” which began airing earlier this month. Derke is one...
Bands, Dragon Boat races, food, a bit of union history — they’re all part of the Mosaic Music Festival
Aug. 31 2011
The Labor Day weekend outdoor event, now in its second year, features everything from live music and ethnic dancing to Dragon Boat races and fireworks. Mayor Virg Bernero hosts the Mayor’s Labor...
A survey of Lansing’s musical landscape
Aug. 31 2011
For those who are actually co-op residents, there is no cover charge and they can bring a “plus-one” guest. Also, residents and their guest will have a “line bypass” as well, so...
Cafes & Diners
Aug. 31 2011
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Guru, Interrupted
Aug. 31 2011
Q: My husband is extremely analytical, to the point where he has a negative or argumentative response to almost anything I say including positive or even insignificant things. Then, when he makes some...
The venerable organization has found a new home in Old Town, and it’s celebrating with an art exhibit
Aug. 24 2011
It makes sense that Katherine Draper is into steel drapes. The executive director of the Greater Lansing Housing Coalition cultivates a steel drape image: inviting, creative, transparent, tough
The chorus wins recognition from The American Prize for its ‘Dancing Naked at the Edge of Dawn’ CD
Aug. 24 2011
The American Prize is a series of nonprofit national competitions that recognize and award cash prizes to the best recorded performances of music by individuals and ensembles in the United States at the...
Jonathan Safran Foer’s novel left critics cold, but it seems to speak to One Book, One Community readers
Aug. 24 2011
Jonathan Safran Foer has a writing pedigree that can be traced back to his freshman year at Princeton University when his professor, the venerable Joyce Carol Oates, told him he could be a writer
‘Another Earth’: Heavenly bodies, heavy hearts
Aug. 24 2011
The discovery of another planet identical to our own is the starting point for director Mike Cahill’s “Another Earth,” a moody drama that’s not so much science fiction as it is...
Messing with success or making a good thing better?
Aug. 24 2011
There’s the new news set, which will feature a 110-inch projection screen behind the anchor desk, a couple of new additions to the on-air team and the prospect of going to highdefinition in the fall
A weekend of free theater included some fine work
Aug. 24 2011
Last weekend’s Renegade Theatre Festival in Old Town included contributions from more than a dozen local theater companies and independent producers. Here are some quick impressions from our theater...
From ‘Jersey Boys’ and ‘God of Carnage’ to Neil Simon and Shakespeare, local theaters aim to please
Aug. 24 2011
The play depicts a trio of World War I veterans (played by Gary Houston, Richard Marlatt and Richard Henzel) plotting to escape the confines of a military hospital. It was written by French playwright...
Aug. 24 2011
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