A guide to Lansing-area online fundraising campaigns.
Feb. 10 2016
Stover has started a Kickstarter project to make his game a reality. Stover is hoping to raise $15,000 for the project by Sunday. If the campaign is successful, Stover hopes to have the game available...
Williamston Theatre takes on death and grief in latest production
Feb. 10 2016
Death can be challenging to process. People may lock away their emotions rather than deal with them
Helping you find the ideal presidential relationship
Feb. 10 2016
The 2016 presidential primary season kicked off in earnest last week with the Iowa Caucuses, the first opportunity for American citizens to cast votes this election cycle. The Michigan primary lands on...
Thursday, Feb. 11
Feb. 10 2016
Twentieth century jazz meets 19th century architecture Thursday at the Turner-Dodge House, where vocalist Sunny Wilkinson and pianist Ron Newman present the latest installment of the Music at the Mansion...
Feb. 10 2016
Off the Ledge, a Lansing-based rock band, releases its newly remastered album, “Wherever We Land,” Thursday at the Loft. Opening the all-ages show are the Native Howl, Jellyfish Arcade and...
Pianist Kenny Barron brings music and life lessons to MSU students
Feb. 10 2016
Categories can be hateful, but they start discussions. So here’s one to chew on
Twin designers prepare to launch line in New York
Feb. 10 2016
Grand Ledge native identical twins Shawn and Claire Buitendorp already have an impressive resume in the fashion world. After college, the pair moved to New York to intern with fashion designer Betsey Johnson
New book explores Saginaw’s musical history
Feb. 10 2016
Fred Reif could have been the prototype for the record store geeks in Nick Hornby’s “High Fidelity.” Reif, 69, has owned two record stores and managed another. Along the way he has absorbed...
Local musicians reflect on performance with Bobby McFerrin
Feb. 9 2016
TUESDAY, Feb. 9 — When Bobby McFerrin took the stage at Wharton Center Saturday, he wasn’t flanked by the kind of musical giants a talent like his usually pulls in. McFerrin, who regularly...
YouTube star discusses rape culture in MSU talk
Feb. 9 2016
TUESDAY, Feb. 9 — Nearly 200 students packed into a lecture hall at MSU’s Wells Hall Wednesday night to attend Taking Down Rape Culture, an event that addressed sexual assault and what could...
Lower Peninsula gets four Historic Place designations
Feb. 5 2016
LANSING — The roster of Lower Peninsula sites on the National Register of Historic Places has grown by four with new designations in Saugatuck, Elk Rapids, Alpena and Detroit.Among them are a 1904...
Actress Ashley Brown discusses ‘The Sound of Music,’ life on the road and her path to Broadway
Feb. 4 2016
THURSDAY, Feb. 4 — At just 34, Ashley Brown already has a career that would make many Broadway actors jealous.The young actress made her Broadway debut in 2005, taking on the role of Belle in Walt...
‘Postcard Wally’ hosts local postcard show
Feb. 4 2016
THURSDAY, Feb. 4 — In a time before the Internet, postcards were the tweets and Instagram posts of their day. For a few pennies, you could send a note to a friend across town or across the country
Darius Moon book an eccentric catalogue of buildings and people
Feb. 3 2016
James MacLean’s new book on Lansing architect Darius Moon can be read in more than one way. You can either study each building, as pictured and described on the page, or read about the lady inside...
Bobby McFerrin discusses his musical journey, love of collaboration
Feb. 3 2016
Bobby McFerrin has worked with some of the music world’s premier talent in a variety of genres, from Chick Corea to Questlove to the Vienna Philharmonic. But this weekend he will take the stage flanked...
Feb. 3 2016
A newer addition to Lansing’s punk scene, Scary Women, headline Feb. 11 at Mac’s Bar. Openers are Jonestown Crows, the Fiction Junkies and Mr. Denton On Doomsday. “Scary Women came together...
Feb. 3 2016
While the day of love might seem inescapable, there is recourse for the less romantically inclined: the Un-Valentine's Show. Billed as “songs and tales of un-forgiveness, heartbreak, dysfunction...
Local sportswriter builds national following
Feb. 3 2016
The relatively sleepy town of Holt may not seem like a likely locale for a sportswriter with national reach. But the Internet has a way of changing things
Ensemble acting shines in ‘The Odd Couple’
Feb. 2 2016
Ba da bing, ba da boom! Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple,” first seen on Broadway in 1965, comes to Michigan — with vintage New York attitudes and accents to match — courtesy...
Student Art Exhibit features mid-Michigan’s young talent
Feb. 2 2016
TUESDAY, Feb. 2 — More than 110 works of art by Greater Lansing students were unveiled Friday evening at a kickoff gala for MSU Federal Credit Union’s ninth annual Student Art Exhibit. The...

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