REO Brew School
July 13 2016
Over the last four years, the commercial craft beer industry has emerged as both a prominent feature of Metro Lansing’s social scene as well as a budding force in the improving economy. Brewing begets...
Daily digests and photo galleries
July 12 2016
Daily digests:By Eve Kucharski and Ty ForquerTuesday: The Common Ground AwardsWednesday: The eight most punk things that happened last nightThursday: How I became Tim McGraw’s newest fanFriday: What
Daily Common Ground 2016 digest: Day 6
July 11 2016
It’s the morning after Common Ground’s closing night, and the post-concert depression is already starting to set in. I attended five of the six nights of the festival this year, and one’s...
Daily Common Ground 2016 digest: Day 5
July 11 2016
It’s certainly cliché, but time does fly when you’re having fun. I started my coverage of Common Ground Music Festival on Wednesday, and as I write this, it’s already Sunday with...
Daily Common Ground 2016 digest: Day 4
July 9 2016
If you were near Lansing around 5 p.m. yesterday, you might have gotten caught in the minor monsoon that struck our fair city. I was on my way to the fourth day of the festival when I had to duck for
Daily Common Ground 2016 digest: Day 3
July 8 2016
I felt a blast of heat hit me the moment I got out of my air-conditioned car. I walked through the oppressive humidity and made my way through the media entrance at about 5:45 p.m. yesterday, just in
Tropical-themed Color Run hits Lansing tomorrow
July 8 2016
With temps in the mid-80s and crazy humidity, it’s feeling a little bit tropical around here. Tomorrow you can lean into that feeling with the Color Run
Daily Common Ground 2016 digest: Day 2
July 7 2016
Last night was Common Ground’s second night of performances. I was reminded of the words of one of this generation’s greatest thespians, Jack Black, from his 2003 film “School of Rock”:...
Play in the Park and Moonlight Film Festival kick off this week
July 7 2016
Summer is in full swing, and the City of East Lansing offers outdoor family fun with two popular summer events series. "Play in the Park and Moonlight Film Festival events help develop a sense of pl
Local rapper Mikeyy Austin releases debut mixtape
July 7 2016
Imagine it’s noon on a weekday. Lunch hour. Finding a parking spot in downtown Lansing is nearly impossible. In the rush, people from all walks of life briefly emerge from their workplaces to hurrie
July 6 2016
Most artists try to tell their own story with their work. Local artist Zahrah Resh prefers to flip the script
July 6 2016
For the first time since 2013, Catalina Wine Mixer takes the stage for a reunion show at the Avenue Café. Sharing the bill are headliners Ford Theatre Reunion, Sumarah and the Aimcriers. Catalina...
Eric Staib pours the 'power of dyslexia' onto wood and canvas
July 6 2016
Reporters ask your age. It’s routine. But St. Johns artist Eric Staib is not a by-the-book kind of guy
Event celebrates 150th anniversary of Michigan soldiers returning from the Civil War
July 6 2016
“We’ll rally ‘round the flag, boys.” These lyrics, from George Frederick Root’s 1862 song “Battle Cry of Freedom,” were more than just patriotic fluff for the...
Kate DiCamillo talks success, libraries and her lifelong love of books
July 6 2016
Kate DiCamillo’s first visit to the library in her hometown of Clermont, Fla., left a lifelong impression on her
Gracie's Place
July 6 2016
Last week, Dawn-Marie Joseph sold Gracie’s Place, the upscale eclectic bistro she opened in downtown Williamston in 2008, to Nick Gavrilides, owner/operator of Soup Spoon Café, an upscale...
Daily Common Ground 2016 digest: Day 1
July 6 2016
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the first-ever City Pulse Common Ground Music Festival awards, the Commies! (Oh, that’s a terrible name. Well, don’t worry about that. We’ll think of...
Shelby Ann-Marie films ‘Can’t Stop the Feeling’ cover in Old Town
July 5 2016
TUESDAY, July 5 — Three years ago, Portland native Shelby Miller, who performs under the name Shelby Ann-Marie, turned 15, the minimum age to audition for “American Idol.” “I got...
Cara Black’s mysteries explore Paris’ dark side
June 29 2016
American mystery writer Cara Black travels to Paris twice a year to do research for her successful Aimée Leduc series, which is set in the city. The books feature a hip young detective who often...
June 29 2016
Independence Day is right around the corner, and whether you’re looking for parades, live music, car shows or just classic fireworks, Greater Lansing has you covered

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