March 18 2013
Monday, Sept. 12 — When 3-year-old Charlie Waller of East Lansing underwent radiation and chemotherapy in June for a brain stem tumor, his diagnosis was critical
March 18 2013
Wednesday, Sept. 14 — The Metropolitan Museum of Art is featuring an image from the Michigan State University Museum in its Christmas card collection
March 18 2013
Thursday, Sept. 29 — Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher, Bradley Cooper and Mira Sorvino have all spoken out against it; now, you can help do something about it. A fundraiser to benefit victims of human...
March 18 2013
Monday, Oct. 3 — Kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month by supporting patients in your community
March 18 2013
Thursday, Oct. 10 — Ragtime is a dance genre that peaked in popularity in the early 1900s, until it was phased out by jazz. But it’s never gone completely out of style.The Mayflower Congregational...
March 18 2013
Friday, Oct. 21 — A Lansing-area photography group gathered at Perspective2 Wednesday to pay respects to their former leader, Brian Knoblock, who died suddenly on Oct. 2
March 18 2013
Friday, Nov. 4 — Joseph Kramm’s “The Shrike” is Lansing Community College’s entry in the sixth annual Stages of the Law series, sponsored by Cooley Law School. “The...
March 18 2013
Wednesday, Nov. 16 — The Herstories Project, which hosts events that celebrate women, is reaching out to all genders with a written and spoken-word open mic night to recognize the transgender community
Dec. 14 2011
I dream in picture frames, said Kathy Holcomb, owner of Absolute Gallery, while sitting in front of the frame-covered corner of her store in Old Town
Dec. 7 2011
Vocalist Diane Penning has a Christmas party to plan for her husband, three sons and 35 of their closest family members. But not until she sings with three Michigan orchestras at their holiday pops concerts
Nov. 30 2011
Whenever we traveled, we would seek out the hot yoga studios, she recalled. And before Sutherland s noon class last Wednesday, that came full circle when a traveling yogi stopped in for class as she...
Nov. 16 2011
W.S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan s comic operetta The Pirates of Penzance was written in 1879. That presents a few challenges for the Michigan State Opera cast, according to director Melanie Helton
Nov. 9 2011
On Death and Horses and Other People, the Michigan State University Museum s new show within Mask: Secrets and Revelations features photos of masked attendees at the Masopust carnival in Roztoky,...
Oct. 26 2011
Knoblock, 47, was the owner of Lansing IT, a consulting firm that works primarily with small businesses. A master of all things Apple and “i-things,” Knoblock helped Brown with computer issues...
Oct. 26 2011
“El dia de los Muertos,” as it is traditionally known, is a festival in which families remember their ancestors who have passed away. This year’s theme is homophobia awareness, and events...
Oct. 19 2011
“I was a poor college student,” she said, “so I would go around to garage sales and buy worn-out records for a quarter. I would try to steal licks from Ella Fitzgerald. I just wanted...
Oct. 12 2011
McFarland is the owner of Hotwater Works, a hot tub dealer on Michigan Avenue. This venue provided the pair with enough space to accommodate a large audience. The artists will take suggestions from the...
Oct. 12 2011
Graduate student Emily Young is playing Stella as her thesis role, which she believes will help tackle her constant challenge of finding vulnerability in her acting. Young took her research one big step...
Oct. 5 2011
Touch Your Soul Productions Residential College in the Arts and Humanities Theater in Snyder- Phillips Hall, MiSU 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6; 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, and Saturday, Oct. 8; 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct....
Sept. 28 2011
“What we wanted to do is have pre-approved art opportunities throughout our entire downtown little fun things that local artists could participate in to maintain the texture and feeling of Old Town,”...

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