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A popular Lansing restaurant is shutting down one of its locations. Leo’s Outpost, known across town for its pub fare and cozy hunting den atmosphere, is permanently closing its spot at 600 S.  Pennsylvania Ave. The location had been serving customers since 2002. more
Artist Brian Whitfield is keeping himself quite busy as summer transitions into autumn. Lately, he’s spending his days at the Allen Neighborhood Center on Kalamazoo Street painting a brand-new mural as part of the community center’s massive Allen Place renovation project. more
Next time you take a stroll downtown, you can learn about a crucial and all but forgotten piece of Lansing history. The Historical Society of Greater Lansing, the City of Lansing and the National Parks Service are putting together a new exhibit that tells the story of the construction of the I-496 expressway in 1964, which resulted in the vast destruction of a historic Black Lansing neighborhood. more
After a mostly dormant 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the latest exhibit at Casa de Rosado is a touching tribute to a woman who helped build what started as a humble house venue into an impressive independent art gallery and cultural center. more
When you asked me to be a part of the Favorite Things column, my mind raced around which item to talk about? more
This month on PBS, acclaimed documentary filmmaker Ken Burns takes viewers on a trip inside the heart and soul of Muhammed Ali. more
Williamston Theatre has finally revealed its 2021-’22 season. This year, the small-town company known for its Big-city productions is giving audiences a lineup comprised of five very different … more
The Salsa Parlor is a raucous comedy venue that's operated out of the living room of an East Lansing house that's occupied by a group of aspiring local standup comedians. more
Matthew Carlson, the chief songwriter in Harborcoat, is a familiar face in the Lansing music scene. more
This afternoon at Patriarche Park, East Lansing artists are invited to attend a public town hall about the state of the city. more
Dustin Hunt is a masterful muralist who can transform a downtrodden brick wall into a vast canvas of wonderful art. more
Matt Schulte and his wife, Lynn Lucas, were pretty much predestined to open up a costume shop. more
I’ve got this shadow box that is filled with all the things my first-born, more
I’m more of a dog person than a cat person, but Nathan W. Pyle’s new illustrated book, “The Sneaking, Hiding, Vibrating Creature,” immediately caught my attention. The book is … more
Since its first release, back in the summer of 2019, the Rodeo Boys have kept as busy as possible, given the pandemic started soon after. more
Michigan BluesFest is continuing a rich tradition of bringing trailblazing blues musicians to the capital city. more
Greater Lansing has a diverse and immensely deep art scene that can sometimes go unappreciated by those not in the know. more
Maybe you saw that show on PBS about the river in Alaska where the salmon run is so stupendous the bears gorge themselves on the tastiest part — the brains — and leave the rest laying around on the rocks for lesser creatures to pick at. more
When Ozay Moore first moved to Lansing, he didn’t quite know how long he’d stay. After getting to know this city ­ — winding his way through its many house shows and art … more
While the battle for superiority between Lansing’s varying people, places and things during the annual City Pulse Top of the Town Contest might not match the calamitous, world-shattering … more
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