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Here come the suns: David Cooper rides his horn from Lansing to Chicago

Cooper has had some head-spinning experiences at the top of the international music world. Before he came to Chicago last July, he was the first American to play principal horn in the Berlin Philharmonic.
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Turn it Down: Big Sherm talks ‘Funk Night’ at Mac’s Bar
Wednesdays @ Mac’s Bar, 2700 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing. 18+, 9 p.m. Mike Sherman, aka Big Sherm, is familiar face in …
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Pagans ring in the new year
Two weeks ago, Rev. Elayne Glantzberg, the high priestess of a local Wiccan community, led a group of Pagans in a Yule ritual at Inner …
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Michigan’s modernist trailblazers remembered in ‘Herman Miller’
I didn’t know it at the time, but I grew up in a modernist home. From the outside, our home looked like most vintage ’50s …
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James MacLean remembers Lansing's historic architects
Early in his book “Lansing’s Young Architects,” author Jim MacLean points out that Eustace Hall at Michigan State …
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Fountains of Yehuda: Lansing Symphony Orchestra uncorks faceful of French fizz
Time seems to dangle like a droplet of water when the tumult of the Lansing Symphony dies down and the round tones of Guy …
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Broad Art Lab displays MLK student art contest winners
Lansing students in grades 6-12 were tasked by the Martin Luther King Jr. Commission of Mid-Michigan’s 2020 MLK Holiday Art …
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Half of the story: MSU’s King concert celebrates women in jazz
The tangled tree of jazz, from its bitter roots to its heady blossoms, stands at the center of MSU’s Sunday concerts celebrating …
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Killing the boy band with She/Her/Hers
The journey of Emma Grrl, 26, the multi-instrumentalist bookworm troubadour behind the Lansing punk group She/Her/Hers, begins outside …
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A little big city explored in ‘A City Saunter Story’
In 2010, photographer Ariniko O’Meara decided to go for a walk in her hometown. Three years later, she was still walking — …
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Turn it Down: Locals shred at fourth annual Oigs Fest
Saturday, Jan. 11 @ Mac’s Bar, 2700 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing. All ages, $13, $10 adv., 3 p.m. Oigs Fest 4: Return of the …
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