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Sept. 22 2017
One of the biggest indicators that fall as arrived is apple cider and donuts. The Michigan Apple Festival makes its way to The Country Mill in Charlotte on Saturday and Sunday this week. Enjoy
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Sept. 22 2017
Ryan Scott Oliver’s “We Foxes” will come to the Wharton Center in a staged concert reading presented by the MSU College of Arts and Letters’ Department of Theatre and the MSUFCU...
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Sept. 21 2017
Sept. 21 Hear the phrase “up-andcoming comic” and you’re likely to picture someone in their mid-to-late 20s. Tell that to Frank Wippel, who at 68 has been bringing fresh comedic talent...
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Sept. 21 2017
Local folk musician starts sustainability festival Come for the food, stay for the music — and the message. Old Town’s First Annual Songs for Sustainability Festival hits the Old Town General...
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Sept. 21 2017
The Michigan State College of Music will honor the 250th anniversary of Georg Phillip Telemann’s death on Thursday evening at Fairchild Theatre. As a part of the Taylor Johnston Early Music Se
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Sept. 20 2017
Normally, it’s never a good idea to make grammatical errors, but seeing the “Dangling Participles” band live certainly is. A four-piece outfit from right here in Lansing, they’re...
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Sept. 18 2017
Have you heard about the recent spike in self-care? It is taking millennials by storm and according to Pew Research Center, more millennials are taking steps to commit to self-improvement than a
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Sept. 16 2017
It’s a rarity that exercise helps both you and someone else, but at the 2017 Lansing Heart Walk, sponsored by the American Heart Association, it’s possible. Hosted by the Lansing Lugnuts bas
Sept. 14 2017
Cooley Law School Stadium hosts Bob Seger tribute band It’s not often that you’ll run into someone who’s as invested in cover bands as 54-year-old Todd Stoney. But as the founder, or...
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Sept. 14 2017
Maintaining a business on the Michigan State University stretch of Grand River Avenue is no easy feat. Couple the high student turnover rate with the disappearance of more than half of the population every...
Sept. 14 2017
City Pulse is launching a new book club focusing on both fiction and non-fiction works by Michigan authors, as well as books which are set in Michigan. The first book selection is “X: A Novel”...
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Sept. 14 2017
Sept. 15 It’s tricky to go against the grain, particularly if you have the expectations of many resting on your shoulders. But sometimes, it’s necessary; for rapper Marcus Jones, known better...
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Sept. 14 2017
Melik Brown returns to Lansing’s comedy scene after a two-year hiatus Actor, rapper, entrepreneur, Soup Spoon bartender, family man, funnyman; he has many hats, but don’t call Melik Brown...
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Sept. 14 2017
Tim DarcyCourtesy Photo While braving both Canadian and U.S. highways, Ought frontman Tim Darcy, 26, took a few moments off from his 10-date tour to chat about his debut solo album “Saturday Ni
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Sept. 14 2017
Interested in learning about different forms of medicine? Willow Stick Ceremonies is one place to learn about them. Head over tonight, and all your questions will be answered about homeopathy
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Sept. 13 2017
If you’ve been looking for a way to enjoy reading with your toddler but haven’t found a way to keep them invested in the story, maybe Bookworms at the Broad can help! The program is designed...
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Sept. 12 2017
Ever been interested in learning a new skill? Why not dance? One of the most sensual dances in all of ballroom dance is the rhumba. The dance itself has both Spanish and African elements, but it
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Sept. 11 2017
Forever imprinted in the minds of the American public, the date 9/11 holds specific meaning for many. A unique way to pay respects to the many fallen in the attacks 16 years ago is to head over
Sept. 11 2017
This week on City Pulse on the Air,Contributor Todd Heywood speaks with Catherine E. Lhamon, Chair of the U.S. Comission on Civil Rights. Then, Arts & Culture Editor Eve Kucharski speaks wit
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Sept. 8 2017
Interested in a little situational comedy? Why not try the 1953 classic, “Moon Over Buffalo?” The comedic play by Ken Ludwig was made especially famous when Carol Burnett was part of the cas