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Dawn Misra is giving a virtual lecture about her perspective on COVID-19 Tuesday. The lecture will be available to view on Zoom and registration is free.  more
From Big Sur, a Lansing outfit, have long managed to reign in all of their lyrics and riffs into one cohesive blend that touches on various genres while maintaining their own distinct spirit. more
Movie fans, rejoice. Celebration Cinema Lansing is hosting more pop-up drive-in screenings. Attendees will safely enjoy filmgoing from the comfort of their cars.   more
Two films honoring the 56th anniversary of the “I Have a Dream” speech by Martin Luther King Jr. are coming to the Cooley Law School Stadium this weekend. more
To celebrate the centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment, the League of Women Voters Lansing Area teamed up with the Capital Area Transportation Authority to hold a poster competition. more
REACH Art Studio Center has found a number of creative ways to keep engaging with the Lansing community, including a program that gave art supplies to local children and a PDF coloring book.   more
Coffee with the Profs is one of the Michigan State University Alumni Office’s time-honored traditions. Like so many other events, including MSU’s 2020 commencement ceremony, it’s going to take place on Zoom. You’ll have to bring your own coffee this time.  more
If this column has taught me anything in recent weeks, it’s that Lansing has plenty of premium pot and that I probably smoke far too much of it for my own good. But we can’t leave out the peripheral side of the industry that has long been in place before weed was legal: head shops.  more
When the coronavirus outbreak hit, it suddenly became a lot harder to sell art. Many of the galleries that they depended on were forced to shut down. And the galleries themselves are receiving less patronage. more
While shutdown galleries lead to postponed exhibitions and canceled festivals eliminate physical marketplaces, Greater Lansing artists are forced to either find a way to pivot their craft to a digital realm or put everything on pause altogether. more
Since the COVID-19 outbreak made it unsafe to gather indoors, many people have been looking for ways to have fun outside. Local hoop-dancer and fire-spinner Nat Spinz is contributing to the cause with her outdoor hoop dancing class. more
The COVID-19 outbreak forced everyone to stay inside for months, all cooped up with nothing better to do than watch Netflix or learn to bake bread. It got hard to find a reason to go outside, especially because it suddenly became unsafe to be within six feet of another person.   more
Every second and last Thursday of the month, a local artist is going to take over The Artist’s Umbrella’s Facebook page. This offers artists a chance to display their talents, talk about their craft and perform live for fans on Facebook Live. more
This week, Third Man Records’ honcho Ben Blackwell tells why this Stooges recording is historic, and a treasure for ardent Michigan rock ‘n’ roll fans.  more
I was skeptical when Greater Lansing’s largest pot producer launched its new marijuana brand called “Two Joints” earlier this year. more
During the COVID-19 crisis, many small businesses and local artists have suffered great losses. Downtown Lansing Inc. — a nonprofit organization that promotes culture and sustainability in the city — wants to use the power of social media to help support the restaurants, shops and art that make this city unique. more
Making a podcast doesn’t require any in-person contact at all. Daniel Puentes and Chelsie Boodoo, the hosts of Impact 89 FM’s podcast Sci-Files, said that the pandemic hasn’t affected their output at all. more
Set on a revolving stage, and pumped through a colossal sound system, The Goose Lake International Music Festival showcased a now-iconic roster of both international and local rock legends more
My favorite thing is a lot different from other City Pulse’s Favorite Things, but here goes: right now, I am loving my book, “Mother of Orphans: The True and Curious Story of Irish Alice, a Colored Man’s Widow.” more
Does it feel like the world is coming to an end? Maybe it is, or maybe it always has been. more
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