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Now that Michigan is fully defrosted and the summer sun is burning hot, music fans can once again experience live tunes under blue skies at local parks and plazas. These shows are a longtime fixture … more
Ken Beachler, the founding executive director of the Wharton Center for the Performing Arts and a leading member of the Lansing theatrical community, has died. He was 87. The cause of his death … more
With Memorial Day out of the way, pools are open, summer camps are starting up and a range of festivals are gearing up to celebrate music, art and more throughout the summer. This weekend, there are a few festivals to kick things off as well as car shows, art displays, a triathlon and more. more
It’s hard to budge a symphony orchestra, what with all those tubas, fiddles, harps and whatnot. The weight of tradition makes it even harder. But in the past three years, 38-year-old composer … more
As far as Williamston Theatre’s productions this season would indicate, 2023 seems to be the year of the woman. Its selections have included the coming-of-age story “Wild Horses” a … more
“Michigan,” artist Peter Stack declared, “is great because of our diversity, and celebrating that multiplicity allows us all to flourish.” Stack, who is earning a … more
WEDNESDAY, May 17 — An Okemos High School student has won the 2023 Congressional High School Art Competition in the 7 th Congressional District, U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin announced today. … more
Some might think booking “Wicked” at the Wharton Center for the fifth time was a gamble.  But after witnessing a packed crowd for the second performance of a run lasting until May … more
Infobox Margaret Weitekamp “Space Craze” talk and book signing 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, April 26 Abrams Planetarium, MSU Free; registration required Set … more
In 1983, Karrie Potter Richards, Pooh Stevenson and Wanda Degen formed Lady of the Lake, an-all female folk band named after a couple of old-time tunes Potter often played. The group debuted at a … more
A once-in-a-lifetime art exhibition featuring work by nearly 80 artists from around the globe is on display at Lansing’s favorite liminal space, the old Sears building in Frandor, as well as … more
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