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What started as a service learning project at Lansing Community College has evolved into a theatrical production aiming to humanize the houseless. more
Rarely, is a Shakespearean play done well. Michigan State University’s current production of “Twelfth Night” is quite the exception, a cut above any Shakespeare I’ve seen in a long time. more
The Jazz Alliance of Mid-Michigan will pay tribute to Mike Stratton for his 20-plus-year career cultivating Michigan’s jazz scene.  more
Specializing in swing, jump and hot jazz, Planet D Nonet (PD9) is Detroit’s own down-and-dirty little big band, known nationally for breathing new life into some of the best in early jazz traditions and musical influences of the ’20s, ’30s and ’40s. more
I’ve never complained about good acting, but I am sorry. The players in “The Humans” are so damn good.  more
All women have a story worth sharing. That story can be told through lyrical steps, through brush strokes or through written biographies of heroines in history. Goldenrod Music and Artist Service’s annual Women in the Arts Festival will celebrate all forms of narrative in its 34th installation. more
A string of folk and indie-rock musicians hailing from Lansing, Chicago and Nagoya, Japan, will be playing at The Record Lounge in the REO Town Marketplace this Saturday.   more
Whether it is discovering the mysterious genie’s lamp or racing against time to kill the vampire king, the GamePod escape room venue promises adventure, intrigue and a test of teamwork in its four themed rooms. more
Ixion Theatre’s mission is “to build and strengthen community through storytelling.” Its current production, “Apples in Winter,” is a perfect example of the fulfillment of that mission. more
Children will leave a trail of marigolds this Friday up the steps of Casa de Rosado gallery. Día de Los Angelitos is the first ceremony of El Día de Los Muertos celebration. The Mexican tradition honors ancestors from the perspective of a child. more
No Skull, the sonically experimental Lansing-based sludge-punk trio, releases its epically heavy self-titled EP Friday at GTG Fest at The Avenue Café.  The band, led by … more
A helpful list of beer centric events coming to town this fall. more
The will be no need to venture far outside city limits to get your ghoul on. Here is a look at what greater Lansing has to offer this season. Starting with the accumulation of autumnal flowers and décor at Lansing Gardens, this season is full of family-friendly activities from zombie walks to petting zoos. Foodies can get their goblin grub on at the Food Truck Mash-Up Oct. 9, while college students may wish to attend Lambda Delta Phi’s Zombie Prom. Other staples are a “Rocky Horror Picture Show” screening, craft workshops, tattoo festival and plenty of bar hangs. more
Singer/songwriter and American Songbook archivist Michael Feinstein returns Saturday to the Wharton Center with a show called “Shaken and Stirred.” He’ll be joined by a five-piece band and singer Storm Large, who, he said, “not only sings the Great American Songbook brilliantly, but can do everything from Kurt Weihl to the Grateful Dead.” The song list will “run the gamut from Gershwin to Great Balls of Fire, Hoagy Carmichael and Harry Warren to Bacharach and David. more
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