March 18 2013
Tuesday, Nov. 1 — “Are you there, Satan? It’s me, Madison” opens every chapter of "Fight Club" author Chuck Palahniuk’s latest novel, "Damned." They say you can’t judge...
Feb. 22 2012
The show featured De Ville, the master of ceremonies, doing a striptease and later an energetic dance performance; Michigan State University theater student Carolyn Rex sang and provided a choreographed...
Jan. 25 2012
Antlers and armoires, feathers and flowerpots, burlap totes and bark wastebaskets: Could one store have them all?
Jan. 25 2012
Sara Gettelfinger, who plays Morticia Addams, says the script plays up the morbid humor in the family’s relationships, tendencies, activities and connections to the outside world that has made the...
Nov. 23 2011
Acker says he envisions workers from the Board of Water and Light building under construction across the street stopping by for lunch, another crowd coming in for happy hour, and the dance crowd checking...
Nov. 23 2011
Every Tuesday, DeVille gets together a team of models, dancers, drag queens, strippers and any other talent deemed worthy and sets them loose on Fahrenheit s stage. The premiere show earlier this month...
Nov. 16 2011
Silver Bells in the City had humble beginnings, according to coordinator Mindy Biladeau, who says it started with a few people singing Christmas carols around the state Christmas tree. On the third year,...
Nov. 9 2011
Bring your questions, bring your friends and bring a little money for lunch, said Peggy Arbanas, co-director of the festival and MSU international student adviser. Lunch features international cuisine...
Oct. 26 2011
Halloween is just around the corner, and if you haven’t gotten your costume together yet, it’s crunch time. For women, your costume options may seem to range from Sexy Cop to Sexy Yodeler to...
Oct. 26 2011
In 1922, when the now-classic vampire film “Nosferatu” hit the big screen, the only sounds heard in a movie theater were performed live by an in-house organist. This weekend, to celebrate...
Oct. 12 2011
A crossover artist extraordinaire, Mario Lanza was known in the 1940s and 1950s for starring in Hollywood films (“The Great Caruso,” “The Toast of New Orleans”) and performing both...

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