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For the businesses still in the trenches, and those that have already made comebacks — including Jalapenos, Goodfellas Bagel Deli and downtown’s Grand Traverse Pie Co. — a much-needed boost has been given through the support of dedicated local shoppers and social media campaigns more
Back in 1946, Devora Brown decided to go her own way. The Detroit-based songwriter had sent multiple compositions to Tin Pan Alley producers, but never heard back from the song publisher and hitmakers in New York City. more
Local comedian Ashley Stommen is trying to bring laughter back to Lansing with a new open mic starting this Sunday at Ellison Brewery.   more
During the campaign, the guild will post a piece of pottery once a week on Facebook and request commenters to nominate an essential worker that made an impact on them. more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Friday that non-residential indoor music venues can reopen on Oct. 9 with a limited capacity of 20 percent, or fewer than 20 people per 1,000 square feet. The largest … more
Good news: After months of selling only medical marijuana products to card-carrying patients, Pleasantrees in East Lansing is now selling recreational cannabis to anyone over the age of 21.   more
In lieu of a traditional season, Peppermint Creek Theatre Co. is offering four unique free events that will highlight marginalized voices and groups in America. more
The band may have never hit nationally, but today the group has earned a cult following. more
W. Edward Wendover's latest mystery, “Murder by Lansing Kool-Aid,” is a murderous romp through the Michigan Legislature, or at least the Democratic House, where Wendover was the chief of staff for Mike Huckleberry, D-Greenville. more
Gentle Earth Sound Therapy and Holistic Wellness is holding weekly virtual sound meditation sessions that could help you relax, pause and reflect.   more
Jo Shoup, who uses they/them pronouns, has an undying affection for Lansing’s dive-iest dive bar, Mac’s. Ever since they turned 21, the bar has felt like a home away from home. Mingling … more
With her original play, “An Act of Madness: The Bath School Bombing,” Falion has been enlightening audiences about the 1927 attack on the Bath Consolidated School. more
The Lansing Symphony Orchestra’s chamber concert last Tuesday, the first of two this fall, was a strange blend of isolation, community and a light haze of apocalypse perfectly suited to the times. more
After months of closure due to the coronavirus, Impression 5 Science Center is ready to welcome the public to its wide array of interactive educational exhibits once again. more
Carol Spry, 62, Mason, works as a registered nurse at Sparrow Hospital. She’s been there for three decades. But in her spare time, Spry travels around the state taking loving photographs of Michigan wildlife. more
At $80 per gram, live hash rosin easily among the most expensive products available on the medical cannabis market in Lansing. more
Through this weekend, Lansing 5:01 is hosting an outdoor concert series called the Garden Jam. Attendees can enjoy live music joined by the soothing sight of downtown Lansing during sunset.  more
Never describe Dixon’s violin playing with a label or brand it with a specific genre.  That is precisely the kind of “fit into a box” categorization he scorns. more
Like countless other live events affected by the coronavirus pandemic, Silver Bells is moving to a livestream format that will be broadcast by FOX 47 on Friday, Nov. 20 more
For the third time this summer, the Lansing Art Gallery is hosting an Outdoor Pop Up Art Shop featuring art from Michigan creatives. more
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