Nov. 9 2017
Once every year, the Lansing Symphony joins forces with the 250-voice massed MSU choral groups. It’s a heavy lift, but there’s nothing like it on the musical calendar. Orchestral jets give...
Nov. 9 2017
Even if you haven’t been to Blake’s Hard Cider Co. in Armada, you’ve probably brought a piece of the 800-acre apple orchard home
Nov. 9 2017
Allan I. Ross Allan I. Ross, a former bartender at Midtown Brewing Co., Troppo, Mitchell’s Fish Market, Kruse & Muer (Rochester) and Green Street Tavern (New Baltimore), first started bartending...
Nov. 9 2017
Blend George and Ira Gershwin’s music, stars like Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron and Oscar Levant and you’ve got yourself a masterpiece of a film. Now, modernize the mix by putting it on the Broadway...
Nov. 9 2017
Iliana (left) and Tobia Almaguer will open a brick-and-mortar version of their Cuban food truck, La Cocina Cubana, in downtown Lansing next month. They plan to keep the truck operating in the parking lot...
‘Beau Jest’ Comes to the Williamston Theatre
Nov. 8 2017
Courtesy Photo James Sherman’s “Beau Jest” is a classic family comedy, Beau Jest comes to the Mid-Michigan award-winning professional theatre company. Performance runs Nov. 16 to Dec....
Schuler Books & Music set to host two writer discussions
Nov. 3 2017
In early November, Schuler Books & Music will be hosting two different authors in their Lansing area book stores. On Nov. 9, fantasy/sci fi writer Jim Hines will be visiting the Eastwood Tow
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Hot Dub Time Machine comes to The Loft
Nov. 3 2017
Courtesy Photo Australian DJ Tom Lowndes, better known by his stage name, Tom Loud and his newest project, Hot Dub Time Machine brings the self-described "Best. Party. Ever." to the U.S
Cara Catallo explores Pewabic Pottery’s history in new book
Nov. 2 2017
In the 1960s “white flight” saw Detroiters abandoning their homes for the suburbs leaving behind architectural one-of-a-kind installations of Pewabic Pottery. Looters soon moved in, taking...
A look into the 2017 East Lansing Film Festival
Nov. 2 2017
Picture Los Angeles, pre-riots circa 1992, then Auschwitz, an equestrian competition, and small-town America after the 2008 financial crisis. Lastly, take a look into someone’s mind during one of...
Women’s charity art auction raises money for breast cancer
Nov. 2 2017
According to the Women’s Center of Greater Lansing, one in nine women are diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetimes. As a result, the Women’s Center, headed by Cindie Alwood, is constantly...
‘Farce of Habit’ delights
Nov. 2 2017
Starlight Dinner Theatre’s “Farce of Habit” had a cast of loonies who made non-stop jokes, puns and occasionally indecorous jests that kept the nearly full, opening night house chuckling....
Nov. 2 2017
“I’m a degreed architect, but when I moved here I was seven months pregnant, and no one was going to hire me in (that) male-dominated world,” Hanna said. “So I started baking. It...
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‘The Government Inspector’ comes to LCC
Nov. 1 2017
Produced by the Lansing Community College department for Humanities & Performing Arts, Nikolai Gogol's classic 1836 comedy, “The Government Inspector” will bring its comedy of errors to
MSU Greek community provides chaperoned holiday fun
Oct. 26 2017
An image from a previous Safe Halloween event.Courtesy Photo With near-constant news of catastrophes worldwide, it’s not surprising that parents might be hesitant to let their children go out o
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Lansing resident Lucas Holliday graces ‘The Voice’s’ stage
Oct. 26 2017
Courtesy Photo In late September, Season 13 of NBC’s “The Voice” premiered. All four judges, including Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Jennifer Hudson and Miley Cyrus, took their seat in...
Railroad underpass gets new look
Oct. 26 2017
Father Tony Willis helps his songs Ashton and Austin paint the bridge. Photo by Kelly Sheridan This past weekend, Lansing residents tapped into their creative side as they set out to give t
Creepy Cheapy Invades the Capital City kicks off today
Oct. 26 2017
Imagine going to a show and singing along to your favorite legendary rock ‘n’ rollers like U2, Blink 182 and the Beastie Boys. Now, partner that with Halloween, and a chance to win the
Heroes and villains collide at pet benefit
Oct. 26 2017
Raising an animal can be difficult, particularly if health costs are above one’s means. The Ingham County Animal Shelter Fund might just be the solution for that though, and the fourth annual Ingham...
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Oct. 26 2017
Chris Farren’s 2016 record “Can’t Die” is a year old now, not only surviving, but thriving. To celebrate, the pop-tinged rock-and-roller hit the road. Before playing at Mac’s...

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