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Due to the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, this weekend’s schedule of events isn’t as packed as usual, but those staying in the area can still enjoy a mix of festivals, a handful of farmers markets, a bike scavenger hunt, a drum circle, a free comedy show and more. more
Make sure you’re strapped in and holding on to your seat before you crack open David Small’s new graphic novel, “The Werewolf at Dusk and Other Stories.” Small, who has made … more
  Observed annually on the last Monday of May, Memorial Day honors members of the United States military who died in the line of service. It has also come to signify the start of summer, … more
From the hands-on exhibit in the theater’s lobby, with a menagerie of multilegged critters courtesy of Michigan State University’s Bug House, to the standing ovation you’ll … more
The upcoming Lansing Symphony Orchestra season, announced this week, runs a breathtaking gamut, from a gala gospel-music extravaganza in December to a much-anticipated visit from British piano star … more
From full-scale symphonic splendor to smoking-hot, small-club-style jazz to acrobats teetering on towers of chairs, there’s no easy way to summarize the 2024-‘25 Wharton Center fine arts … more
Are you terrified of things to come? Use this story the same way you would use eclipse glasses. There are ways to look directly at the near future with reasonable certainty and safety. Squint … 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
As detailed in this week’s Summer Guide, this weekend will kick off the summer events season in Greater Lansing with three big festivals, but that’s not all to look forward to. From plant and craft sales, goth celebrations and dances to an abundance of live music, a comedy show, a tea party and more, the area will be bustling in the coming days. more
It’s not officially summertime yet, but for Greater Lansing residents, this weekend kicks off a packed schedule of summer events. From art to music to general merriment, the following three festivals offer a little something for everyone. more
Ixion Ensemble Theatre concludes another strong season of new, original and challenging works with “Let’s Fight,” an energetic, kinesthetic and humorous collection of nine 10-minute plays that revolve around conflict. 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
I love sidekicks in mysteries and thrillers—like Tonto—who not only clean up the Masked Man’s messes but also give sage advice. Tonto was my go-to. Well, fans of David Robicheaux, … 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
With Mother’s Day coming up on Sunday, Greater Lansing offers a range of events this weekend to celebrate, including the Peace Education Center’s annual Mother’s Day for Peace concert, a mother-daughter tea party and a craft and vendor show to find last-minute gifts. There’s also a music festival, two new art exhibits, a drag brunch, a comedy show, a genealogical seminar and much more. 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
If you lived in Michigan back in ‘75, Bob Seger was a certified rock star. The Ann Arbor native had been cutting local hits since the mid-1960s and was known for selling piles of tickets … more
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