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Award-winning fingerstyle acoustic guitarist Hiroya Tsukamoto will visit Elderly Instruments Saturday evening (June 3) for an intimate performance. The musician was born and raised in Japan and came … more
Wednesday, May 31 "A Course of Love" with Lucille Olson - 7 p.m. Zoom ID: 177 417 886. Passcode: 601744. After-School Enrichment Time - Kids can get their homework … more
According to Feeding America, one in seven Michigan children is systematically hungry. Rebekah Bellgowan , a local philanthropist, is doing her part to fix that with a food and supply drive. … more
Monday is Memorial Day, meaning many readers likely have a long weekend ahead. There are plenty of art exhibits, concerts, farmers markets, film screenings and even a three-day fiesta to enjoy on your days off, and there are also parades and tributes throughout the weekend to celebrate the holiday and honor members of the military who died while serving. more
“Michigan,” artist Peter Stack declared, “is great because of our diversity, and celebrating that multiplicity allows us all to flourish.” Stack, who is earning a … more
As summer approaches, so do trips to the Great Lakes. Some of us are lucky enough to own or rent cottages on or near them. Others go back to favorite B&Bs, motels and cabins year after year or … more
1. Cristo Rey Fiesta May 26, 4-11 p.m. May 27, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. May 28, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Cristo Rey Church 201 W. Miller Road, Lansing At … more
There are even more events throughout Greater Lansing to enjoy this summer. This isn’t an exhaustive list, so make sure to look out for highlights in the Out on the Town section as the season … more
Looking to get your grocery shopping done while soaking up the sunlight and supporting local farmers and businesses? Visit any of the farmers markets in Greater Lansing, where you’ll find fresh … more
While Michigan Avenue is Lansing’s hotspot for live music, it’s important to remember the smaller listening rooms in other neighborhoods. One of those, the Robin Theatre, has been a … more
Libraries across Michigan recently put on their boxing gloves in the form of a statewide public opinion poll regarding what the state’s residents think about libraries and book banning. … more
Mike Geeter wants to make Lansing laugh again. With more than a decade of experience as a touring comedian and actor, he’s worked with some of the funniest people in the country at some of the … more
ARIES (March 21-April 19): History tells us that Albert Einstein was a brilliant genius. After his death, the brain of the pioneer physicist was saved and studied for years in the hope of analyzing … more
Red Cedar Spirits 2000 Merritt Road, East Lansing Mike Skory, keys; Lisa Smith, vocals; Hank Horton, bass; Jeff Shoup, drums Fri., May 26, 7 p.m. Vincent Chandler, trombone; Randy … more
This weekend is jam-packed with events for art lovers, including festivals and craft shows, exhibitions and chances to make some art of your own. There are also fundraisers for local organizations, space-themed film screenings, board game nights and a bonfire and guided hike at Harris Nature Center, plus much more. more
Martin Eichinger was in his mid-20s when he began sculpting “Windlord,” one of Lansing’s monumental sculptures, for the celebration of the nation’s bicentennial. Today, the … more
Red Cedar Spirits 2000 Merritt Road, East Lansing Tommy Noble Trio (Tommy Noble, alto sax; Samuel Avendano, guitar; Emma Wilburn, bass) Sun., May 21, 6 p.m. more
The Mid-Michigan Bluegrass and Folk Jam Series, which features local and regional artists celebrating Michigan’s cultural heritage through musical performances, concludes this weekend with … more
ARIES (March 21-April 19): My reading of the astrological omens inspires me to make a series of paradoxical predictions for you. Here are five scenarios I foresee as being quite possible in the … more
Look up. Look down. Public art, also called vernacular art, is all over Greater Lansing, whether it’s hidden in a bathroom at Harry’s Place or splashed across buildings in Old Town, REO Town and downtown.  … more
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