Michigan-centric books to check out this fall

Here in Mid-Michigan the leaves may still be a couple of weeks from turning into spectacular works of natural art, but that’s not stopping Michigan State University Press and Wayne State University Press from publishing some important works of poetry, essays and history. In the next few weeks watch for interviews with the authors in City Pulse.
The Lebowsky Center’s ‘Evita’ has flash and star power
I believe the Lebowsky Center for the Performing Arts could take an odd, sometimes dull and mostly forgettable musical and make it a …
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Favorite Things: Jesse Gonzales and his Virgen de Guadalupe collection
Jesse Gonzales is a photographer who graduated from Michigan State University in 1971 and worked at the university until his …
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HALLOWEEN EVENTS GUIDE
Now that October is well into the groove, spooky season has entered full swing. There’s still all sorts of gothic attractions …
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MSU Theater satire skewers American marriage culture
Count on MSU Theatre Department’s Rob Roznowski to skillfully direct a perfect play that captures the zeitgeist of America. As …
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Capital City Film Festival hosts weekend drive-in film event
Though it is still unable to make a return in its full-scale glory, Capital City Film Festival is still valiantly hosting the coolest …
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Bakari Sellers and Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist headline televised NAACP event
THURSDAY, Oct. 14 — A special televised event hosted by the Lansing NAACP will feature CNN commentator Bakari Sellers and Lt. …
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Riverwalk reopens positively with ‘Doubt’
Throughout Riverwalk Theatre’s offering, a single word is repeated.  Each time, it takes on a new meaning.  And each …
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Where to get scared this Halloween
Is there a better way to get into the spirit of Halloween than by subjecting yourself to a few good scares? There’s no easier …
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Horror must-reads in time for the Halloween season
Long before Stephen King’s prestigious body of horror, men and women have faced their fear of the dark and the unknown. …
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Favorite Things: Charron McRae and her stuffed bear
Charron McRae is a crew member for restaurants in town such as The People’s Kitchen. Her favorite thing is a childhood keepsake …
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