June 14 2013
Friday, June 14 — Starting next week, the Broad Museum’s Summer Art Camp series will introduce local youngsters to the world of contemporary art, supplanting traditional pine cone owl projects...
May 29 2013
"It Takes a Village: From Gondar to Jerusalem" begins the minute you get off the elevator on the fourth floor of the Michigan State University College of Law. As you walk along, you follow the journey...
May 15 2013
To commemorate the 50th East Lansing Art Festival, the annual event's planners are taking full advantage of the late debut of spring. They know what locals want: to be outside again
May 15 2013
Playwright Ken Ludwig's comedy "The Fox on the Fairway" ends Starlight Dinner Theatre's season on a hilarious note
May 8 2013
The traveling show coming to the Hannah Community Center this week features animals you're more likely to find dozing in a warm sunbeam on your living room floor than prowling through the jungle
May 1 2013
The First Sunday Gallery Walk is usually dedicated to established or upcoming artists, but at Absolute Gallery this Sunday, guests will be greeted by novice artists working with elementary media
April 24 2013
The musical that introduced Barbra Streisand to Broadway still has much of the same charm that enchanged audiences in 1964. "Funny Girl," with music by Jules Styne, lyrics by Bob Merrill, and book by Isobel...
April 18 2013
Thursday, April 18 — At 70, some people would be slowing down and taking time to relax. Not "Boogie" Bob Baldori. The local musician and filmmaker will be at Studio C! in Okemos this Saturday for...
April 10 2013
Wednesday, April 10 — This Saturday, at the sixth annual Taste and Tour of Old Town, you can get acclimated to the trendy Lansing district through all five of your senses
April 3 2013
"Extreme" and "extraordinary" are two words that are frequently used to describe the Banff Mountain Film Festival. "Inspiration" follows closely behind
March 13 2013
Wednesday, Oct. 3 — At this year’s ArtPrize event in Grand Rapids, there are 1,517 entries spread out across 161 venues. Seems like too much art to fit in one place, right? At least that’s...
March 13 2013
Friday, Feb. 22 — Church bells seem to echo forever — binnnnng, boooooong, binnnnng, booooong — floating over the air, signifying either that mass is about to start or that a big event...
Feb. 27 2013
Staying true to its contemporary theme, the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum rotates in three new exhibits this week
Jan. 23 2013
Washington Heights is a neighborhood in the New York City borgough of Manhattan, known for its large Domincan population. This weekend, Peppermint Creek Theatre Co. is bridging the geographical and cultural...
Jan. 16 2013
If you have a portrait hanging in your living room, chances are it's from a major life milestone —a graduation, a wedding, the beginning of a senior year — and certainly of someone you know....
Jan. 9 2013
"If you build it, he will come" is one of the most iconic lines in movie history. Local director Emily English Clark may not have built the set for "August: Osage County," the play she's directing —...
Dec. 19 2012
While some Lansing residents may be fighting over Furbies in the toy aisle this holiday season, others will be helping real pets — as in local abandoned puppies and kittens — find homes. And...
Dec. 12 2012
Over the last few years, ensemble films with multiple characters and storylines and an overall theme have become increasingly popular. "Valentines Day" and its pseudo-sequel "New Year’s Eve" are...
Dec. 5 2012
In the 16th century, revenge plays were all the rage. Audiences enjoyed the violence, plotting and planning, and one of the bloodiest works of the era was Shakespeare’s "Titus Andronicus." It was...
Nov. 28 2012
Not all children get to tiptoe down a flight of stairs on Christmas morning to see what Santa has left for them — for many local kids, there are no presents. It's like waking up in Who-ville after...

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