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The last Eye for Design (below) was not identified by our readers. Sand-colored brick and blue panels of sheet metal intersect on the façade of BWL’s Wise Road Water Conditioning Plant. … more
By TIM RETZLOFF  We have only glimpses of earlier generations of same-sex couples because for so long society forced those we today understand as LGBTQ+ people to live largely in secrecy. … more
After being canceled in the pandemic year of 2020 and downscaled in 2021, Lansing’s Smooth Jazz Fête, an afternoon-long revue of national smooth jazz luminaries in the shade of the east … more
Entanglement. It’s a complex buzzword, often used to describe a complicated relationship with another person or situation entirely.   But this Saturday (Aug. 13), it serves as the loose … more
In the summer of 1987, in honor of its sesquicentennial, the State of Michigan was front and center in Washington for the Smithsonian Folk Festival.   Ninety Michiganians showcased, spoke … more
Since releasing its fierce, femme riot-pop debut EP back in February 2020, PET ME also issued the equally impressive 2022 single, “Ghost.” The Lansing band’s Saturday set at Lansing … more
Wednesday, August 10  25th Annual Muelder Summer Carillon Concert Series - 6 p.m. Beaumont Tower at MSU, W. Circle Dr., East Lansing.   50 over Fitness - The Meridian … more
One Sunday morning in May, when summer was new and tulips were still policing empty sidewalks, I took a stroll in a leafy neighborhood of north Lansing.  To my left, from behind a two-story … more
How does one come to terms with a fantastically imaginative father who’s painted a world of witches and giants? That’s a key conflict in the upcoming Riverwalk production of “Big … more
With the recent death of Kathryn Anne Omoto, the Mitten State lost one of its true architectural history buffs. The author died at her home in Elk Rapids, Michigan, this past week. She was … more
 In the summer of 2000, I was 22 and newly arrived to Lansing, trying to figure out life while attempting to turn a few acquaintances into friends. Days after arriving, I was driving my 1994 … more
'The Realistic Joneses' is a refreshingly deep plunge into the reality of long-term love as told through two couples who happen to have the same last name. Although the show has serious themes the … more
Joan Bambery:  Fish Fighters Lansing  [cqmedia layout="gallery" … more
It’s 5 p.m. Friday at Harry’s Place.  A group of customers in their 30s and 40s are having a nice long chat with their waitress.  “Did you miss me?” she says, … more
In Lansing, auto pioneer Billy Durant gets little recognition. His contemporary the late Ransom E. Olds, founder of REO Motors and Oldsmobile, dominates local automotive history discussions, has the … more
 “The Hat Box” reminds audiences we need to block out the noise of the world and focus on what really matters: family.  But wait … how much do we really know about our … more
This weekend, it’ll get loud at The Avenue Café when Bloody Butterflies close out a night of heavy, Michigan-made bands. Sharing the roster is Warhorses, a Detroit-based outfit … more
Wednesday, July 27  25th Annual Muelder Summer Carillon Concert Series -   6 p.m. Beaumont Tower, MSU, W. Circle Dr., East Lansing.   50 over Fitness - Meridian 50 … more
  (Because of COVID’s impact on area theater during the 2021-’22 season, the Pulsar Awards are impossible to determine. But City Pulse didn’t want local theater talent to go … more
No summer walk in downtown Lansing is complete without taking in the varied stimuli of Lansing ArtPath, a multi-media outdoor art display organized by the Lansing Art Gallery along three miles of the … more
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