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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
Most Lansing residents knew the late Jack Davis and his spouse, Sue, through their generous philanthropic gifts to organizations like the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, Fenner Nature Center, Lansing … more
The song “Never Been to Spain” came to mind as I talked with author Bonnie Jo Campbell about her writing career and upcoming keynote speech at A Rally of Writers on Saturday (April 15). … more
People love animals. People love books.  Books about animals — even Gila monsters — should get twice the love.  A new exhibit at Michigan State University’s Special … more
Since 1991, the Michigan Week celebration in May has showcased books about Michigan or books by Michigan authors to promote the rich talents of Michigan writers and the state’s unique sense of … more
Michael Zadoorian has spent a lifetime saddled with a last name that starts with the letter “Z.”  “Growing up, going to school, we were always seated alphabetically, and me … more
What’s Broadway got to do with it? When you pair soulful 1980s-era pop hits “What’s Love Got to Do with It” and “Private Dancer” with 1966’s “River … more
ARIES (March 21-April 19): In English, the phrase “growing pains” refers to stresses that emerge during times of rapid ripening or vigorous development. Although they might feel … more
With Easter coming up on Sunday, the Lansing area has some exciting holiday-themed events to get you in the spirit. If you don’t celebrate, don’t fret —there are plenty of other activities to enjoy, including a film festival, art exhibits and even a board game café pop-up. more
Live & Local The Avenue 2021 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing Camp Culture, False Harbor, Soccer Fri., April 7, 9 p.m. Joshua Powell, Shay Leigh and the Woodpeckers, Across the … more
Chad Swan-Badgero, the founder and artistic director of Peppermint Creek Theatre Co., has a stack of scripts he picks up and begins reading each fall. “When I read a play and love it and … more
“It’s always our goal to find some sort of unused or vacant space to transform into a festival venue, and we always try to do a new one of those each year. Someplace different,” … more
“Chasing the Ghost” centers on drug-addicted anesthesiologist Clay Huxley, who must battle demons, both real and figurative, in order to save those closest to him. Huxley’s … more
“Aliens Abducted My Parents and Now I Feel Kinda Left Out,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January, will be the opening night feature at this year’s Capital City … more
“Democracy is a pain in the ass, by the way,” quips one interviewee in the documentary “Join or Die.” Featuring an impressive range of interviewees, from community organizers … more
What if one person’s story had the power to impart a profound insight, to crack you open in a way that let in light? What if, upon hearing this story, you had an instantaneous and incredible … more
ARIES (March 21-April 19): I hope that in the coming weeks, you will keep your mind bubbling with zesty mysteries. I hope you’ll exult in the thrill of riddles that are beyond your current … more
For those searching for Motor City-made rock ‘n’ roll this weekend, a drive to Detroit is unnecessary because Lee Cleaveland & The Lefthand Band is rolling into town. The … more
Two poets. Two different styles. One shouts. The other whispers. Both are committed to nature and social justice. Both recently published books you should read.  Kathie Kuhn of Lansing has … more
This weekend, Greater Lansing offers drum circles, art workshops, more than 100 STEAM-focused events from the MSU Science Festival and even more opportunities to get your creative juices flowing. more
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