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The regulars at the Country Club of Detroit and longtime residents of Grosse Pointe might be surprised by the content of Carrie Cunningham’s debut book of essays. more
Researchers found that fish can hear human-created, noises and that their ears are harmed by them. more
While the weather outside is frightful and gray, Lansing Community College’s towering new sculpture brings a new dimension to the downtown campus.  more
The Lansing Bike Co-Op is holding a fundraiser next Tuesday at Ozone’s Brewhouse in Old Town. more
Friday, the Lansing-based five-piece hosts a “10th Anniversary Blast” gig at The Avenue Café. Openers are The Plurals, Jeremy Porter and Popular Creeps. more
Need your aura checked? Have inexplicable body aches? Or maybe you just need help tuning out the chaos? Talk to Madame Rue. more
What started as a service learning project at Lansing Community College has evolved into a theatrical production aiming to humanize the houseless. more
The Imani Winds, a sextet of nationally acclaimed guest musicians visiting MSU last week, put themselves at the disposal of four student composers at a remarkable workshop on campus last week. more
It’s not often in the Lansing area that one can attend a show and see Cher descend from behind stage. Better yet, try imagining her joining Sonny center stage in a glimmering designer gown, while Bette Midler and Elton John are warming up in the back. more
The best way to tap into what a child is feeling is to hand them clay. That's the philosophy of the team at REACH Studio Art Center anyway.   more
Rarely, is a Shakespearean play done well. Michigan State University’s current production of “Twelfth Night” is quite the exception, a cut above any Shakespeare I’ve seen in a long time. more
Matt Grossman, author of the new book “Red State Blues,” has some unusual advice for Democrats and Republicans concerned about the outcome of next year’s national elections.  more
CATA driver Aaron Aikman is no stranger to building odd automobiles. Among the 15 cars parked at his home on Lansing’s westside, he created a replica Mystery Machine from Scooby-Doo, Ecto 1 from Ghostbusters, Kit from Night Rider and a coffin mobile more
Lansing Community College Performing Art’s, “Belle Moral,” has four instances of manufactured fog that drifts across the stage.  Another kind of  “fogginess” can be found throughout the play. more
The Jazz Alliance of Mid-Michigan will pay tribute to Mike Stratton for his 20-plus-year career cultivating Michigan’s jazz scene.  more
This Friday, MSU’s Jazz Studies program will take a dive into a fascinating chapter of jazz history and offer a rare chance to hear two Detroit legends play with top MSU students. more
Specializing in swing, jump and hot jazz, Planet D Nonet (PD9) is Detroit’s own down-and-dirty little big band, known nationally for breathing new life into some of the best in early jazz traditions and musical influences of the ’20s, ’30s and ’40s. more
Hosted by Tesco’s Toys, an imprint owned by Lansing-punk legend Tesco Vee, The Lansing Collectable Toy Comic and Record Show spans 117 tables filled with retro goodies more
I’ve never complained about good acting, but I am sorry. The players in “The Humans” are so damn good.  more
All women have a story worth sharing. That story can be told through lyrical steps, through brush strokes or through written biographies of heroines in history. Goldenrod Music and Artist Service’s annual Women in the Arts Festival will celebrate all forms of narrative in its 34th installation. more
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