RonBrooks
Dec. 4 2018
Detroit bassist Ron Brooks is a living legend. He was a member of Blue Note Records’ Contemporary Jazz Quintet from 1968 to 1969, he’s toured with Duke Ellington and performed with Sarah Vaughan,...
181130salsa
Nov. 30 2018
For the last show of the year, East Lansing’s house comedy venue puts together an all star cast of national and local comics for a rip roaring final hurrah of 2018
181129noisesoff
Nov. 29 2018
The farcical production capturing the chaos of thespian life behind the curtain comes to the Riverwalk Theatre with show times from Nov. 29 to Dec. 9
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Nov. 21 2018
As Lansing grows economically and culturally, Lansing 5:01 seeks to attract new professionals to the capital city
181120stravinsky
Nov. 20 2018
When Russian composer Igor Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring” debuted in Paris in 1913, it allegedly sparked a riot from its dissonant and avant-garde notes and rhythms
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Nov. 16 2018
As Christmas cheer whirs outdoors for Silver Bells, the Lansing Art Gallery will host free caricature portraits by local artist Paul McNeilly
181115svitlana
Nov. 15 2018
Using acrylics and watercolors, artist Svitlana Martynjuk explores the connection between colors, texture and emotion with her first artist reception and exhibit at the Woke Mind Body Studio in REO Town
181114HLedmund
Nov. 14 2018
It’s been 43 years since the 728-foot long Edmund Fitzgerald iron ore freighter spontaneously sank during a storm on Lake Superior, and there are still plenty of mysteries to uncover
Gluna
Nov. 13 2018
Traipsing through active Middle Eastern war zones, negotiating with Sudanese warlords and staying upbeat with his German shepherd companion “Jimmy,” Ronald Quejas-Risdon lived history in his...
ArtLab
Nov. 9 2018
The Broad Art Lab, located across the street from the main museum, will be bustling tonight with the community’s ideas at its first “Open Call Slam.”
181108doorjam
Nov. 8 2018
“Door Jam” sees old doors and furniture become one of a kind works of art
181107curie151
Nov. 7 2018
Nearly 84 years since her death, the papers of Marie Curie’s laboratory will still be radioactive for another 1,500 years
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Nov. 6 2018
Documentaries of a struggling high school wrestling team in the rural South, troublesome rodents wreaking havoc on the Cajun coast and an introspective look at the debilitating effects of migraines come...
181018blues (1)
Oct. 18 2018
Two twangy blues duos take over the Robin Theatre for a classic night of Americana music with the theme “Meet Me at the Crossroads.”
181017lighthouses
Oct. 17 2018
President of Promote Michigan and “Michigan’s Haunted Lighthouses” author Dianna Stampfler presents the stories of Michigan’s haunted lighthouses and private lives of lighthouse...
181016specialcollections
Oct. 16 2018
For LGBTQIA history month, Michigan State University Special Collections presents an open house of LGBTQIA portraits, limited edition books and materials.
181011mural
Oct. 11 2018
Teens from the Reach Studio Art Center’s “Teen Open Studio” project will unveil their mural for the Salus Center, an LGBTQ resource and community center downtown
181010forthisotry
Oct. 10 2018
Four flags flew over the contentious Fort St. Joseph in its over hundred year history as a fort and trading post. France, Great Britain, Spain, the United States and the Potawatomi Native Americans each...
181009poetry
Oct. 9 2018
The Poetry Room hosts monthly open mics at Robin Theatre, which can feature up to 27 participants. This week’s theme is “X’s and Spells,” which encourages poets to talk about love,...
DAOM
Oct. 6 2018
Kick off Halloween season in style with the Dark Art of Michigan Halloween Soiree. Two floors of vendors will flood Michigan Avenue with their ghoulish and gargoyle-esque creations