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Reyna said she hopes the day will see a peaceful, positive get-together for local artists to share their work with one another, as well as demonstrate support for the movement against police brutality. more
A stunning, 6-foot-tall portrait of George Floyd by Flint artist Isiah Lattimore is stopping joggers, bikers and strollers in their tracks as they pass under I-496 on the Lansing River Trail. more
Tim Lane is an athletic specialist for the City of East Lansing and the assistant coordinator of the East Lansing Art Festival. He is a husband and father. Aside from that, Lane is also an artist, writer and poet—and his favorite thing fully reflects that creative passion. more
Last week, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued an executive order giving libraries across Michigan the green light to reopen on Monday. Wait — not so fast! You will be able to get a haircut before you can check out a book. more
The Lansing Symphony Orchestra’s 2020-‘21 line-up is packed with new music by young American composers and major blockbusters from the likes of Beethoven, Brahms, Shostakovich and Richard Strauss, more
The pandemic of 2020 was no get-together. It was the ultimate stay-apart. more
So while its strange times like we’ve never seen before, this week “Locals Pick Locals” Vol. 9 digs back and unearths some optimistic, summery tunes that’ll hopefully brighten your day. more
After 10 weeks of solitary lockdown, Lansing jazz lovers dug the sound of a simmering trio again. Shoup, guitarist Rick Hicks and organist Jim Alfredson stirred their plinks, licks and lines together and resumed the livestreaming version of Moriarty’s Jazz Tuesdays in Alfredson’s studio basement. more
My favorite things are plants. Indoor plants, outdoor plants, plants from all growing zones and conditions. They symbolize life on this planet: no plants, no life. more
A photographer wanted to get out and do some work and a moment in time needed to be documented. A portrait genre was born.  more
Nothing in this world combines exercise, diversion, travel, philosophy and safely fleeting human contact better than biking. It’s no wonder that this spring, a lot of people are rediscovering the bicycle as a glorious way to shake off the stink of quarantine. more
As an engineering technician for the City of Lansing for more than three decades, Bob Rose’s life revolved primarily around numbers and hard data. Now, he’s spending his retirement exploring his artistic side.  more
Walls have been built to separate us; to repel invading armies; to keep people in; to keep people out; to protect privacy; buffer expressway noise; and, sadly, to protect property values. more
“Greenhouse,” which features his largest array of producers to date, is a major leap forward for MikeyyAustin. more
You usually have to turn a suit or a pair of pants inside out to finish an alteration. Turning the whole store inside out is a new wrinkle, even for one of downtown Lansing’s retail anchors, 160-year-old Kositchek’s men's clothing store. more
Fifty years ago Sunday, May 24, 1970, more than 35,000 music fans crowded into a muddy field at Michigan State University’s Old College Field. more
If the Curtainless Theatre was a musical group, it wouldn’t play simple pop or three-chord rock ‘n’ roll. more
Mónica Ramirez-Montagut is having an even stranger COVID-19 lockdown than most humans. In July, she takes over as the new director of MSU’s Eli and Edythe Broad Museum. more
ELAF Manager Heather Majano worked with her team to put together a virtual version of the festival on Facebook and Zoom that includes magic, music and more. more
The COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 looks familiar to Irv Nichols. more
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