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Oct. 17 2017
If you’re looking to make the early-week blues go away, check out the Wharton Center’s featured production of the Bodyguard which premiers today. The play is based on the film of the same...
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Oct. 16 2017
Young innovators need not shy away from this activity session. This event couples STEAM techniques, Science, Technology, the Art of Engineering and Math to help children think differently about
Oct. 14 2017
This week on City Pulse on the Air, Arts and Culture Editor Eve Kucharski speaks with Electric Six frontman Dick Valentine. Then, Publisher of the Lansing City Pulse, Berl Schwartz, speaks with
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Oct. 13 2017
The Electric SixCourtesy Photo Perhaps it’s good fortune that the Electric Six will be playing in Lansing the day after they released their brand-new album, “How Dare You,” on Oct. 13
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Oct. 13 2017
Take a cruise down the river and enjoy the towering trees surrounding it that represent Michigan in the Fall with the Color Cruise and Island Festival. Visitors will enjoy the historic 60-foot sandsto
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Oct. 12 2017
“When you’re an artist, you’re not constrained to reality, so why not mess with it a little bit? Why not have some fun with changing things up,” Horky said. “Also, when you...
Oct. 12 2017
If you find yourself in Bath Township next weekend, chances are you’ll run into ghost hunter Brad Mikulka
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Oct. 12 2017
If you’ve seen the Mystery Machine driving by, a double-coffined Munsters Dragula car zooming past, encountered a Jurassic Park SUV or seen the “Ghostbusters” Ecto 1 hearse parked on...
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Oct. 11 2017
Making a good estate plan is no simple business. It’s tricky to know the ins and outs of one’s finances, let alone how all of one’s assets are titles and who one’s beneficiaries...
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Oct. 10 2017
Headed over to the library today? Why not stop by for a bit of magic too! Magician Richard Triemer will perform at the Capital Area District Libraries Aurelius branch. This m
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Oct. 9 2017
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago comes to the Wharton Center on Oct. 10.Courtesy Photo In an industry like entertainment, perfection is rarely achieved. That’s why it’s especially difficult to...
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Oct. 9 2017
Begin your week with some music with the Capitol Quartet. The four-piece group is made up of Christopher Creviston on soprano saxhophone, Joseph Lulloff on alto saxophone, David Stambler on tenor saxo
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Oct. 5 2017
Ever been curious what your dog, cat, fish or bird would look like immortalized on canvas? Now you can find out, and learn if you don’t know how. Reach Studio Art Center is offering an inclusi
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Oct. 5 2017
Exploding Zombies ripen and pop at Dark Art of Michigan showA heavy door creaks open, and a guttural growling sound rolls onto the steps like a severed head. You bravely whisper out the words “Trick...
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Oct. 5 2017
Sweet, tangy and just a little bit crunchy — that was the perfect texture in my fraise crepe at For Crepe Sake. It had a light, cream cheese filling, plentiful pecans, a perfectly spread chocolate...
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Oct. 5 2017
Local workshops for novel writers rev up the verbiage “When he woke a few hours later, it was dark outside. He had slept too long. And now someone was forcibly pulling him out of bed. When he...
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Oct. 5 2017
Local gala benefits area theater and historic mansion Lavish parties, glamorous art deco and sumptuous style — all are trademarks of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s famed millionaire Jay Gatsby, but...
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Oct. 4 2017
If you’ve been looking for a reading group, the Okemos branch of the Capital Area District Libraries is hosting a Friends Book Group. The group’s upcoming read is “The Swans of Fifth...
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Oct. 4 2017
Halloween is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate than by creating some art? Children ages 8 to 12 can drop in any time between 3:30 and 4:30 p.m. to get involved in creating
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Oct. 3 2017
A great way to break up the week early is to attend a concert, and attending one of a virtuoso is a great way to start. Robert Simonds has both been a soloist and a chamber and orchestral musici