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The vernal joys, swan-roasting pathos, rock ‘n’ roll energy and sexual undertow of Carl Orff’s “Carmina Burana” will push the stage of the Wharton Center’s Cobb Great Hall to the limit Friday (Nov. 10). more
In natural objects like apples and planets, the core comes first. The MSU Broad Art Museum, an unnatural object if ever there was one, has a CORE — Center for Object Research and Engagement — that defies the laws of time and space. more
It’s a big month for the MSU Broad Art Museum. On Oct. 30, two weeks before opening a new lower level gallery that will display pieces from the museum’s permanent collection, more
Peppermint Creek Theatre Co.’s latest production, “The Prom,” is the first prom I’ve been to. Yes, I was one of those tragic figures who had an emotional void where memories … more
Now in its 26 th year, the annual East Lansing Film Festival is the longest-running non-experimental film festival in Michigan, according to its website. It aims to bring independent films to … more
The Lansing Makers Network, a makerspace that offers access to tools, workshops and resources for metalworking, woodworking and other artistic projects, is hosting a make-and-take event noon to 6 … more
Visit the Lansing Art Gallery 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday (Nov. 9) for the opening reception of its annual Michigan Made Holiday Art Exhibition & Market, featuring a plethora of handcrafted pieces made … more
FRIDAY, Nov. 3 — Tickets are on sale for rock ‘n’ roll legend John Mellencamp’s performance at the Wharton Center on March 19, 2024. more
This weekend welcomes us into November with plenty of live music, art workshops and shopping events as well as a new musical, a daylong genealogical seminar, a Día de Muertos festival and more. more
When a family of five heads down the Oregon Trail in what director Ayden Soupal calls “pioneer times,” hilarity, death and family values are all part of the journey. more
Bringing “The Marsh King’s Daughter” to the big screen has been a long and winding road, but the book’s author, Michigan writer Karen Dionne, has been pretty cool about it. more
Prior to October 2022, Williamston didn’t have a dedicated space where local artists could display their work. There were a few galleries run by local artists who exhibited their own work and taught art classes, but the majority of creatives had to venture to other parts of Greater Lansing if they wanted their pieces to be featured in a gallery. more
The Lansing Town Hall Celebrity Lecture Series began in 1953 as a fundraiser to benefit the Lansing Symphony Orchestra. The intent was “to bring celebrity speakers to the Lansing area to share their talents and add culture to the area,” said publicity chair Susan Ellsworth. more
Lansing’s 27 th Día de Muertos celebration runs Friday (Nov. 3) through Sunday (Nov. 5) at the former Blockbuster store in the Lansing Mall, offering free fun for the whole family in … more
Join Lansing's Sean Anthony Sullivan and Canton’s Second Hand Mojo for an evening of rock ‘n’ roll 8 p.m. Saturday (Nov. 4) at Mac’s Bar.   “Concertgoers can … more
Each fall, the Michigan Genealogical Council, alongside the Archives of Michigan and the Library of Michigan, presents a daylong seminar focusing on various genealogical topics.   This … more
Beginning tomorrow evening (Nov. 2), Peppermint Creek Theatre Co. presents its rendition of the Broadway musical “The Prom.” It’s the company’s first show at its first … 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
There is a plethora of Halloween events this weekend to get you in the spooky spirit before Tuesday, as well as a few theater productions, an Alternative Holiday Gift Fair & Bake Sale, a World Lemur Day celebration, a euchre tournament, a silent auction and more. more
Local libraries have become an oasis for public art. Case in point: East Lansing Public Library recently installed six banners on the façade of its building. The banners were created by local muralist Dustin Hunt, who has designed and installed numerous pieces of public art across Mid-Michigan. more
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