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Piano mastery and organ virtuosity are splendid things to witness, but Bobby Floyd only starts there. more
Lansing has more than its share of abandoned legacy buildings, from empty schools to old factories and cavernous K-Marts, but the 1924 Masonic Temple building at 217 S. Capitol Ave. downtown is in a class by itself. more
The Lansing Symphony Orchestra checked some bucket-list-level boxes at its ambitious MasterWorks concert Saturday night (March 23), including one of the biggest: Beethoven’s thrilling violin concerto, more
Ixion Ensemble Theatre’s production of “Playing for Real,” by Ron Asher, presents a play within a play as a theater troupe attempts to impress a visiting producer with its new Shakespeare-inspired show. more
Donald Lystra is on a roll. His new book, “Searching for Van Gogh,” continues his successful journey as a late-in-life writer who, after working a full career as an electrical engineer, began writing prose. more
As Michiganders welcome the spring season and begin to plot their gardens and home landscapes, local experts like Kathy Valentine, owner of the Plant Professionals, and Kait Bibb, co-owner of Sparrow Bloom, have already seen the impact of an irregularly warm winter season. more
Every Sunday, members of the Duchy of Ashen Hills take to the battlegrounds of Patriarche Park, dressed in medieval attire and carrying homemade weapons. more
Though it may not look like it quite yet, spring has arrived, bringing with it a fresh batch of exciting events. City Pulse has rounded up a list of the biggest happenings around Greater Lansing to fill your calendars through Memorial Day, so read on to discover what vernal delights this season has in store. more
With more than 550 specialty sodas in their inventory, plus more than 1,000 varieties of taffy and candy, the owners of the Rocket Fizz franchise formerly located in the Eastwood Towne Center knew they needed more space. more
Darkness. Low whispers are barely perceivable. The whispers (or are they hissing snakes?) undulate and grow. more
During a service last Sunday (Feb. 18), Zachariah Shipman, the new associate pastor of East Lansing’s University Lutheran Church, preached to the congregation, “Who can be saved? more
In the 1760s, English jurist William Blackstone wrote, “It is better that 10 guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer.” Riverwalk Theatre’s current production, “The … more
Martin Luther King Jr. Day, observed annually on the third Monday of January, celebrates the birth of the legendary Baptist minister and nonviolent leader of the civil rights movement. This year, the holiday takes place on King’s actual birthday, Jan. 15, but celebrations in the Lansing area aren’t contained to just one day. more
In the first week of November, I got an email from an angry Lansing culture lover. “I need to clone myself,” the reader complained. “I can’t go to all of these things.” more
Every December, City Pulse invites local poets to join a year-end celebration of their art, accompanied by images of holiday lights. more
At a Hanukkah party on Sunday (Dec. 10) at the East Lansing Public Library, Margot Valles wore bright orange tights and a navy-blue dress with a rainbow of colored pencils printed at the hem. more
Since 2015, the Climate Change Theatre Action festival has been produced biennially to coincide with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s Conference of the Parties. This year’s theme was “All Good Things Must Begin,” more
Dan Dan Laird goes by Dan twice, a throwback to an inside joke between college friends. A longtime Lansing local and former half of the music duo the Swift Brothers, Laird has recently turned his passion for music and the relationships he’s built over the years into a new booking agency called Angry Talent Entertainment. more
FRIDAY, Oct. 27 — Witches, wizards and muggles alike can experience the music of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” live at the Wharton Center Nov. 17 and 18. more
FRIDAY, Oct. 20 — After months of delays, Grewal Hall at 224 has announced its official grand opening, with shows tonight, tomorrow and Sunday evening. more
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