Oct. 10 2014
Friday, Oct. 10 — A memorial for longtime Lansing community theater icon Addiann Hinds has been scheduled for 6 p.m. Sunday. Hinds died of lung cancer Sept. 22. She was 75
Oct. 8 2014
Absentee walk-in voting hours extended to meet demand in Lansing If absentee ballots are an early indication, this election season has voter attention. The Lansing City Clerk expanded absentee walk-in...
Oct. 8 2014
Grave Matters Williamston finds eerie magic in ‘Frankenstein’ supplement The relationship between Williamston Theatre and playwright Joseph Zettelmaier is so pleasantly symbiotic that...
Sept. 24 2014
The Greater Lansing Taxi Authority was approved by the Lansing City Council 7-0 Monday bringing joint regulation of taxi service for the first time in the region. The authority will also regulate ride-share...
Sept. 24 2014
Tiger burning bright Peppermint Creek season opener presents humans as animals with better infrastructure In Rajiv Joseph’s play, “Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo,” Peppermint Creek...
Sept. 22 2014
Monday, Sept. 22 — You can nominate an individual, business, organization, or official for the Art Council of Greater Lansing’s, Applause Awards. Nominees should show commitment along with...
Sept. 19 2014
Friday, Sept. 19 — “Buffalo,” the fourth feature film from Lansing filmmaker Michael McCallum, receives a special weeklong run at Celebration! Cinema starting Sunday
Sept. 13 2014
Friday, Sept. 12 — The second iteration of Beerfest at the Ballpark drew hundreds of craft beer fans and curiosity seekers to Cooley Law School Stadium in downtown Lansing. This was the second Beerfest...
Aug. 20 2014
From sleepers to yawners, "Campfire" to "Cock," real-life stories to imaginary friends, the 2014 Renegade Theatre Festival didn´t just run the gamut, it pole-vaulted over it, Roto-tilled it and planted...
Aug. 6 2014
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 6 — Eric Schertzing may have found a slogan for his campaign for Congress: “I am a breath of fresh air.” That’s how he described himself today on City Pulse’s...
July 23 2014
WEDNESDAY, July 23 — Sixteen women led by Senate Minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer formally endorsed Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing for Congress today on the steps of the Michigan Women’s...
July 16 2014
1. Remy eat world Remy Mumby is currently greater Lansing’s most famous, and interesting, oddity. Mumby, 14, has posted over 100 YouTube videos in which he cheerfully samples exotic foods...
July 14 2014
MONDAY, July 14 — The Lansing State Journal marked its move to a new press today by giving readers a smaller paper.
July 9 2014
Lansing’s booming rock scene has thrust several local bands into the national spotlight. Just look at Dominic John Davis: Last year he was rocking the Green Door, this year he performed on the Grammy...
July 9 2014
“The Earth began to cool/the autotrophs began to drool/Neanderthals developed tools/we built a wall, we built the pyramids/ Math, science, history/ unraveling the mysteries, That all started with...
June 25 2014
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25-SATURDAY, JUNE 28 >> LANSING BEER WEEK If you missed the first half of Lansing Beer Week, don’t worry — it’s still going strong with lots of events left. Tonight...
June 18 2014
On taps and apps Michigan craft beer scene gets digital by Allan I. Ross You’ve probably noticed the beer selection at your local tavern slowly transforming itself from the same labels...
June 11 2014
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11-SATURDAY, JUNE 14>> ‘WHAT I DID LAST SUMMER’ AT MSU SUMMER CIRCLE THEATRE The MSU Theatre Department starts its Summer Circle Theatre season this week with “What...
June 4 2014
2:30-7 p.m. Wednesdays, May-October 1619 E. Kalamazoo St., Lansing (517) 999-3911, allenmarketplace.org/farmers-market
May 28 2014
SATURDAY, MAY 31 >> BE A TOURIST IN YOUR OWN TOWN This Saturday, an estimated 15,000 people are expected to hit the streets of Lansing, East Lansing, Okemos and the neighboring burbs for the Greater...

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