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Just a few months before the world shut down in 2020, Andrew Brewer turned down an audition for “Moulin Rouge! The Musical.” more
The body of literature on the Great Lakes would fill a library. Still, in his new book, “The Big Water,” Thomas Buhr takes us inland to the Au Sable River, a 138-mile-long ribbon of delight that nearly bisects Michigan’s lower peninsula from Kolke and Bradford creeks to Lake Huron at Oscoda. more
Easter is coming up on Sunday, and the Easter Bunny will be hopping around the Lansing area this weekend to greet families and drop treat-filled eggs. Beyond holiday events, there will also be a comedy show, a home aquaponics workshop, a one-day art show, concerts, dance parties and more. more
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
This first weekend of spring offers nature-themed activities such as a meditative walk through Lake Lansing Park North, a mushroom cultivation workshop and Fenner Nature Center’s annual Maple Syrup Festival. For those waiting for the weather to warm up a bit more, however, there are also plenty of indoor events, like dance parties, concerts, a comedy show and an arts and crafts sale. 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
A lively and engaging theater experience awaits kids, adults and everyone in between this weekend at Michigan State University’s Arena Theatre. While “What if Wilhelmina” is billed as a sensory-friendly, interactive musical for neurodiverse audiences, I would contend that this inclusive, immersive experience is a delight for audiences of all ages and abilities. more
This weekend, Lansing-area jazz lovers will have a welcome chance to catch up with a longtime local favorite, saxophonist Diego Rivera. more
From a distance, it yells “fun.” Up close, it whispers “compassion.” more
Like the indomitable Blues Brothers, sportswriter and author Tom Shanahan is on “a mission from God.” more
Sean Anthony Sullivan is a local singer-songwriter who’s equally inspired by the Rolling Stones’ “Exile on Main St.” as he is by Bob Seger’s “Mainstreet.” … more
Lansing’s Old Town is an ever-changing coral reef of creative culture, packed with boutiques and galleries of every stripe, but Gladden Space is a new species in this ecosystem. more
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