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As we head into December, there are numerous holiday events around the Lansing area this weekend, as well as a host of theater productions, fun activities for kids, a Family Day at the Michigan State University Broad Art Museum, a Jazz Brunch and more. more
Since director John Waters’ “Hairspray” movie was released in 1988, a slew of versions have followed.  more
The holiday season is upon us, and it’s time to start prepping gifts for friends, family, coworkers and beyond. For avid readers, there are a few standout books in a range of genres that have been published this year that recipients will likely crack open as soon as the gift exchange is over — if they can wait that long. Some of the books are pretty long, however, so just don’t try to stuff them in a stocking. 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
Angry Talent Entertainment would be nothing without local musicians and bands to play the shows it books. These artists put their hearts and souls into the music, playing a range of genres, from country, rock, pop and R&B covers to handwritten originals. more
On a fateful Christmas Eve in an isolated New England mansion, shots are fired at the surprise birthday party of great American novelist Arthur Whitney. more
Lansing Community College is participating in the biennial Climate Change Theatre Action festival, which coincides with the United Nations’ Conference of the Parties climate meetings and … more
Michigan State University’s Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority chapter will host its annual Jazz Brunch fundraiser 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday (Dec. 2) at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center in East … more
For a sport that can trace its roots to outrunning federal revenue agents, car racing has come a long way in the 100 years that drivers have been chasing each other around an oval track, fueled by … more
On opening night (Nov. 28) of “Hairspray’s” six-day run at the Wharton Center, there was an unusually long wait before the house doors opened. more
While some may need to take the weekend to recover from their post-Thanksgiving food comas, others who are looking to get out and celebrate the potential long weekend can enjoy a dance party, plenty of concerts and art exhibitions, a holiday musical, a couple of holiday shopping events and more. more
The Black Santa Experience, a holiday event founded in 2022 to celebrate Lansing’s Black community and give children an opportunity to meet a racially inclusive Santa Claus , returns 10 a.m. to … more
Local artist and longtime City Pulse theater writer David Winkelstern has a new exhibition on view in the Riverwalk Theatre’s lobby through the end of December. He offers an eclectic range of … more
Roller derby fans, athletes and interested spectators can look forward to the 11 th annual Black ‘n’ Blue roller derby tournament, running Friday (Nov. 24) through Sunday (Nov. 26) at the … more
  Anyone in their 70s or above knows exactly where they were on Nov. 22, 1963, when they learned that Lee Harvey Oswald had assassinated President John F. Kennedy. Most of us alive today … more
While warming up for their first r ehearsal, Andrea Wollenberg and Mark Schenfisch could be seen leaning into a side hug at the piano.   The two star in the musical-comedy whodunit … more
Most Lansing-area residents will probably spend their Friday evening at the beloved Silver Bells in the City celebration, but there are plenty of other events to enjoy this weekend, including a host of live music performances and theater productions, an Alternative Holiday Sale, poetry readings by both Michigan’s and Lansing’s poet laureate and more. more
Schuler Books isn’t doing it by the numbers. more
How do you wrap your head around a live, full-scale performance of “Carmina Burana?” There were so many warm bodies at Friday’s (Nov. 10) Lansing Symphony Orchestra concert, including a fully packed Cobb Great Hall audience and more than 300 performers on stage, that it was a relief when the air conditioning kicked in, despite the chilly mid-November weather. more
The world of Preschool Storytime is not for the faint of heart. You have to know who you are and play to your strengths. more
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