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Over the last four years, the Wild Honey Collective has masterfully melded Americana music with rock ‘n’ roll and a dreamy dose of psychedelia. The local outfit has kept busy touring … more
“Hell no, we won’t go,” “make love, not war,” “one, two, three, four, what are we fighting for?” and “girls say yes to boys who say no” are just … more
On June 19, 1865, more than 250,000 African American slaves in Texas — the last of the country’s enslaved population — were freed after being informed of the Emancipation … more
To get an idea of the variety, exuberance, weirdness and joy of the Lansing Art Gallery’s second annual exhibition of art by LGBTQ+ artists, you have to go back to the opening reception, where musician and artist Lorelei d’Andriole gave a unique performance. more
Each June, the public comes together to celebrate Pride Month, a time to recognize the contributions of people who identify as LGBTQ+ and shed light on the issues facing these communities. more
You can normally find Wayfaring Booksellers at the REO Town Marketplace, but at the upcoming Lansing and East Lansing Pride celebrations, the shop will take to the streets to sell its primarily … more
Inspired by the number and variety of summer festivals detailed in a recent City Pulse issue, I am prompted to add just one more unique event to your jam-packed calendar: the inaugural Eastside Read … more
A previously neglected building at 1038 E. Oakland Ave. now has a beautiful billboard-style façade advertising Biddle City, a full-service video production company. The mural was executed … more
Lansing Community College’s lineup of free summer theater is back in full swing this year, with a classic Shakespearian comedy, a festival of short student plays and the post-pandemic return of … more
Stacey Small entered the basement storage room at the Maple Street Mall in Mason wearing a blue work shirt. “I’m here to absorb knowledge — and boy, do you have your work cut … more
The Lansing Area Printmakers’ Collective, or Lino Ladies for short, recently finished its latest project: an alphabet.    “Maybe two months ago, Laura came in and said she … more
Imagine a teacher giving a solo lecture about American history to a class of students ranging in age from 6 to 13. At one-room schoolhouses, teachers were responsible for everything, from stoking … more
Peckham Farmstand   May-October   10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday   5408 W. Grand River Ave., Lansing   (517) 316-4050   … more
Eight artists descended on downtown Lansing over the weekend carrying ladders, paint and brushes along with healthy imaginations to create works of art on the windows of mostly empty storefronts. … more
Some say there’s nothing to do in Lansing, but this year’s schedule of summer events begs to differ. As the school year wraps up and the weather continues to warm up, the area will begin … more
2315 N. High St., Lansing     Built in 1918, this 1,032-square-foot, four-bedroom home in north Lansing was initially red-tagged for safety issues in July 2018. The city boarded it up … more
Some people avoid drama like the plague. Those people wouldn’t have had much fun at Friday’s (May 10) Lansing Symphony Orchestra season finale.   The night was drenched in … more
Barb Sears, president of the Meridian Garden Club, hates to throw out a plant, “But to tend your garden properly, you need to thin them and give them room to grow,” she … more
By CHELSEA LAKE ROBERTS Last month, a new era began at the Lansing Bike Co-op’s monthly alley cat scavenger hunt when reigning champion Mike Dombrowski was unseated by newcomer Jacob … more
A roster of national and regional bands is set to perform on two stages at Rock Lansing, a one-day music festival on May 18 at Adado Riverfront Park . Gates open at 2 p.m. , and music runs until 11 … more
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