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Haunting tales of Michigan’s lighthouses rooted in historic events

Meet Capt. Bill Robinson, the keeper so dedicated to his lighthouse at Whitehall that he still trods the stairs 150 years after he started. His wife, Sarah, still tidies up. Their tale is among those told by Dianna Higgs Stampfler in “Michigan’s Haunted Lighthouses.”
This art plants seeds of environmental awareness
Repurposing seeds into art is how botanical artist Shilin Hora helps people appreciate nature. In 2007, Hora founded Grow Studio in …
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Recovery is real
THURSDAY, April 18 — The rain caused a slow start to the day, but that didn’t quell the spirits of a small coalition of …
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Turn it Down: Capital City Film Fest and Stoop Fest
Capital City Film Festival continues Through April 21 @ Capital City Film Festival, Lansing. capitalcityfilmfest.com The annual …
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A stylish translation of Euripides
Fusion: a combination of two disparate things. In the MSU Department of Theatre’s presentation of Euripides, we begin with …
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‘It just burst out’
“Nobody’s Fool,” the new graphic novel by Bill Griffith, creator of the Zippy the Pinhead comic strip, is the true …
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Graphic novel by ‘Zippy’ creator goes back to the source
Click here for a full interview with "Zippy" creator Bill Griffith.  Trashy pop culture, short attention spans and fleeting …
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The cost of progress
In 1955, Mary Jane McGuire and her husband, Cyril, moved to 1609 W. St Joseph St. during a time when black families and business …
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Different paths, same moon
Their stories could not be more different, from fleeing ethnic cleansing and the Taliban to their family taking a job at Michigan …
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DIY festival darlings return to Lansing's east side
Dom Korzecke built a reputation in the Lansing DIY music scene by hosting a series of shows at his home. With connections in the …
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Open door: Revitalized Broadway leads 2019-20 Wharton Center season
Seldom has so much hung on the fate of a pair of slippers. Stovepipe hats and parasols are still standard equipment in the classic …
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