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John Warmb, 26, the folk-infused punk band’s frontman, will soon say goodbye to Lansing as he relocates to his new home in Pittsburgh. The prolific songwriter, red-hot banjoist and guitarist confirmed: Rent Strike, as it is now, is going on an indefinite hiatus. more
Lansing dads and dudes unite for this old school barbecue celebrating positive male role models giving back to the Lansing community. The event will feature barbecued food on a donation basis, live music and nonprofit vendors. more
Colson has directed and acted in several local productions including “The Diary of Anne Frank” and “The Buried Child.” Recently, she was in Peppermint Creek Theatre Co.’s “Indecent,” where she auditioned to be a violinist but won a spot playing Halina instead. more
Genres and sub genres are the meat and potatoes of the literary world. There’s the old reliable fiction and non-fiction, but publishers will tell you it’s in the sub-genres where the action is. There’s mysteries, cozies, true crime, horror, sci-fi, young adult fiction, vampire, erotic vampire, and the list goes on like the choices at a sub shop. more
Before they were called legends in Lansing’s DIY scene, Wolf and Slow were the youngsters on the east side going door-to-door asking for mattresses. more
Alba Isabel Lamar is fed up. Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Lamar can trace her family’s migration across America, starting in Ecuador. She said she grew up learning “afro-indigenous culture” and at a young age was already resistant to “the culture of the white man.” more
It's not every day that a boy band from Boston drops gems like "hyper-masculinity" casually in an interview. The group takes on Mac's Bar tomorrow to perform new songs off an upcoming project. more
Two international publications have ranked the Wharton Center for Performing Arts as one of the best theaters around the globe for ticket sales.  more
Looking for chic, local art for your home? Debbie Carlos, ceramicist and pop-up market veteran, is opening her home studio tomorrow for her first backyard artisan market. more
After releasing a small stack of EPs over the past few years, Dasterds are finally issuing a full-length LP, “Cherophobia.” more
Dennis Preston is known for his work throughout Lansing — from doodling on coffee shop napkins to painting murals. He was first introduced to art at a very young age. From then on, he became consumed by art, with the help of teachers, cartoons and his older brother, Bill. more
With its three forms of siding, balcony and turret tower, this two-level Victorian-style playhouse is any kid’s dream. more
The curtain has closed momentarily on Lansing’s community theater scene, signaling the beginning of the 2019 Pulsar Awards. Hosted by City Pulse, this annual event recognizes the Lansing area’s community, professional or college theater programs. more
On the same night as Arts Night Out in Old Town, Turner Street will be lined with metal sculptures submitted by artists for the festival’s annual competition. more
When artist Matthew Bohan isn’t creating illustrations for medical professionals, he paints water birds — blue herons specifically. He acquired an affinity for the winged water creatures as a regular on the River Trail. Years ago, the painter captured a fleeting moment of a heron taking off with a fish in its beak – a reminder of nature’s ephemeral state. more
Greater Lansing/Michigan fireworks listings more
In the past four years, Fantastic Finds donated over 100 dresses to military brides. Many of the dresses retail for over $2,000. This year alone, Fantastic Finds aims to give out a whopping 100 wedding dresses to Michigan and a few out of state military brides, according to a press release.  more
Rich Tupica previews two great gigs coming to Lansing. more
SATURDAY, June 29 — The annual music festival continued to uphold its legacy for bringing big acts and ideas to Downtown Lansing Friday night. By introducing a tattoo and piercing parlor, Las … more
Words from the City Pulse staff about choice Top of the Town winners. more
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