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Sept. 1 2017
If you are interested in a world class classical performance, look no further than performers Jan Eberle and Ralph Votapek. From Lisbon to St. Petersburg to now East Lansing, Ralph Votapek is a
Aug. 31 2017
Conscience of the Human Spirit: The Life of Nelson Mandela
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Aug. 31 2017
For those close to someone with a mental illness, sometimes the situation can be tough. One way to help is through NAMI. NAMI stands for the National Alliance on Mental Illness. This is the nation's
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Aug. 29 2017
Ever wanted to learn more about beer from Short’s Brewing Co., but didn’t have time to make the three-hour drive up north? Not to worry, the State Room restaurant in the Kellogg Hotel &
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Aug. 29 2017
Though the City Pulse Pulsar Awards just happened, it doesn’t mean that you have to give up your love of theatre. Why not audition for a play? Lansing Community College is hosting auditions fo
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Aug. 28 2017
Monday, June 26 marked the 20-year mark for the release of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone,” the first of the multi-book series. Since being published, the book has started...
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Aug. 27 2017
Interested in meeting the man behind the blockbuster hit “Lion?” Saroo Brierley is the author of “A Long Way Home,” a memoir which tells the story of his separation with his biological...
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Aug. 26 2017
You’ve probably heard of Lansing’s Pride festival and assumed that it only pertained to the LGBTQ community, but this weekend, a form of religious identity will also be celebrated as today...
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Aug. 25 2017
Looking for a great way to start your weekend? Why not go to a concert? Why not go to several? You can do that with Lansing Flow Fest, happening today! Flow Fest is the first day of Lansing Bles
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Aug. 24 2017
Interested in seeing a musical that is fun for theatre and sports-lovers alike? Then “Hockey – The Musical!” Might be just what you’re looking for. The new Mitch Albom musical...
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Aug. 23 2017
Interested in learning about a new form of dance? Perhaps seeing the Habibi Dancers at Allen Farmer’s Market might encourage you to join. The Habibi Dancers website
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Aug. 22 2017
August is drawing to a close and the start of September draws nearer. This means two things: sad kids and happy parents. School is starting, but that doesn’t mean that your children have to be
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Aug. 21 2017
If you haven’t been living under a rock for the past month, it’s likely that you’re aware of the solar eclipse happening today. But if you didn’t know, it’ll be the first...
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Aug. 18 2017
Friday night is usually a time for going out to eat and drink, why not throw pottery in the mix? Both novices and experts alike are invited to participate in Reach Studio Art Center’s “Mud...
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Aug. 17 2017
Interested in learning a new sport or joining a team? The Capital Area Crisis Rugby Football Club might be for you! Founded in 2013, the team has been playing the nearly 200-year-old sport in th
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Aug. 15 2017
You might remember Hula Hoops from childhood as a fun toy, but they can be so much more than that! If you’ve been looking for a fun alternative to traditional exercise, or even a new form of express
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Aug. 14 2017
Getting preventative health care is key to living a long and healthy life. That’s why it’s a great idea to get regular health checkups and screenings. Now you can with a quick, Back to Schoo
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Aug. 14 2017
You might expect libraries to only bring reading events to the community, but Capital Area District Libraries is interested in expanding local knowledge of science, technology, engineering, arts
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Aug. 13 2017
Since 1983, the MSU Museum’s Michigan Traditional Arts Program has hosted the Great Lakes Folk Festival in downtown East Lansing. From blues to bluegrass, Celtic and Latin, the festival keeps its...
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Aug. 12 2017
If you’re looking for a unique way to start your Saturday morning, why not try reiki? It’s a healing technique based on the transfer of energy into the patient based their touch. The process