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This first weekend of December is a great time to get out and enjoy all the city has to offer before holiday shopping, family gatherings and inevitable snowstorms derail plans for much-needed free … more
Brian Major spent the past month or so walking the hallowed boards of New York’s Metropolitan Opera in an electric blue waistcoat embroidered with gold. No big deal, right? “Honestly, … more
Robert Morris has been caught up in the Kennedy mystique since he was a little boy in Detroit. His father, Ken Morris, a top official at the United Auto Workers, would drag his sons to all kinds of … more
Fresh off its win in City Pulse’s Top of the Town contest for Best Folk Artist/Band, The Dangling Participles will release its sophomore album, “One More Drop,” Friday, Dec. 2, at … more
The Avenue 2021 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing Trivia ThursdayThur., Dec. 1, Sign-up 8:30 p.m. False Harbor with Ten Peso Version and Spencer ChesnutFri., Dec. 2, 9 p.m. Eaton Rapids Craft … more
If you hung out in Manhattan in the early 1980s and wanted to light up your night, Studio 54 wasn’t the only place to go. Fridays at midnight, at Calvary Episcopal Church in Gramercy Park, … more
This year, when you sit down for Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings, give thanks to Sarah Josepha Hale for creating Thanksgiving Day and its celebration on the fourth Thursday of November. How … more
PET ME, the fierce femme queercore band from Lansing, dropped its latest release Sunday, yet another powerful addition to its steadily growing discography. The busy band chatted with City Pulse about … more
As talk of Lansing’s performing arts center continues to taunt us, it’s easy to disparage the cultural opportunities we don’t have in the city. Yet the Lansing area enjoys an … more
The Exchange 314 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing The New Rule Fri., Nov. 18, 9:30 p.m. Cloudhoppers Sat., Nov. 19, 9:30 p.m. Eaton Rapids Craft Co. 204 N. Main St., Eaton Rapids Jamison … more
This year’s top-spot winner in the Hip-Hop Artist category is Michael Austin, better known in the Lansing music scene as MikeyyAustin.   Known for his soulful hip-hop tracks powered by … more
Society’s obsession with true crime continues to pay off for Jenn Carpenter, founder and proprietor of Deadtime Stories in REO Town and the originator of the “So Dead” podcast. … more
He’s the man of the hour, and not just from 3 to 7 weekday afternoons. Melik Brown, aka Metro Melik, king of Lansing’s afternoon drive time on WQTX Stacks 92.1, is the runaway choice for … more
 While Asamu Johnson & The Associates of The Blues have opened for legends like Koko Taylor, they also perform more intimate … more
[[highlight 1]]            Are you ready to roll? “For The Love Of (or The Roller Derby Play),” written by Gina Femia and directed … more
The return of the Women in the Arts Festival may bring a roster of music, an artist market, food and good times. But over the years, it’s also provided a welcoming safe space during times of … more
There was a spine-chilling moment in Saturday’s Lansing Symphony concert when the entire orchestra erupted in a terrifying blast, like the Chicxulub asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs, more
In case you missed celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day last month, all of November is Native American Heritage Month, established by President George H.W. Bush in 1990. The single day in … more
“We would describe our sound as alternative folk-rock — a crossroads where The Cranberries meet R.E.M.,” said Tammy Cook, bassist for Half Looking, an East Lansing-based group that … more
The Exchange 314 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing Smokey Bear Band Fri., Nov. 11, 9:30 p.m. Double Shot Sat., Nov 12, 9:30 p.m. The Green Door 2005 E. Michigan, Lansing Mix … more
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