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Cats. Lattes. Star Wars trivia. While it might be hard to imagine, yes, there is a place in Lansing where you can partake in all three of those things, and more, simultaneously. more
Friday, Rick Johnson brings his solo act to Mac’s Bar for a fundraiser concert supporting The Commons more
The “Boy Gets Girl” play at Riverwalk Theatre’s Black Box is nothing like a Hallmark movie. It’s not the kind of story where the jerk sees his flaws and turns into a sweet ol’ chap and, by gosh and golly, he gets the gal after all. more
Want to make some noise? Do you have a rock ‘n’ roll disposition, but think guitar music is old and in the way? Don’t fret, you oddly specific hypothetical reader — the Sound Around at Broad Art Lab has you covered. more
Ever since Tom Arthur, the pastor of the Sycamore Creek United Methodist Church, acquired the building on South Pennsylvania Avenue five years ago, he thought the sanctuary was an ideal place for community theater. more
Time seems to dangle like a droplet of water when the tumult of the Lansing Symphony dies down and the round tones of Guy Yehuda’s clarinet hang in the air for a fleeting minute or two. more
The tangled tree of jazz, from its bitter roots to its heady blossoms, stands at the center of MSU’s Sunday concerts celebrating the life of Martin Luther King. more
Oigs Fest 4: Return of the Oigs! is an all-ages, all-day hard-rock and metal blowout at Mac’s Bar featuring a lengthy roster of heavy hitters. This year’s lineup includes Recorruptor, From Blue To Gray, Burial Party, Locust Point, Throne, Iron Mountain, Hokori, Teething, Pan, Hordes, Grave Moth and Wormfoot. more
Dylan Rogers is a busy guy. He and his wife, Jeana-Dee Allen, own and operate The Robin Theatre in REO Town while spearheading other musical and artistic endeavors, like fronting the Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle (LUVS), a theatrical gypsy-folk group. more
UrbanBeat, a budding hot spot for live jazz music, hosts Viva Jazz. The group comprises Lauren Rongo (flute), her son Adam Rongo (sax), Terry Newman (bass), Arlene McDaniel (piano) and Ian Levine (drums). more
Listings for the New Year's Eve frenzy more
We get it, shopping is a hassle. Plus, what do you even get a 14-year-old cousin who speaks in memes and acronyms half the time? more
Since her professional starting point in 2014, Lansing-based songwriter Rachel Curtis has kept busy gigging across the state, even venturing to Nashville and Chicago. more
On a Wednesday night in Lansing, one has a greater chance of seeing a horde of stray plastic bags tumbling toward the Capitol building than a line of patrons waiting to get inside a music venue. more
A walking internet meme is gearing up for his Lansing concert debut Friday at The Loft. more
More holiday happenings in Greater Lansing more
After years of playing other artists’ country music over Michigan’s airwaves, radio personality Rob Stone chased another dream: getting onstage and performing his own music. more
The best gifts come from the heart. Learn how to paint luscious leaves and blooming bouquets in one of Lansing’s more beautiful flower shops. Led by Svitlana Martynjuk, a contemporary fine artist currently residing in the capital city, this lesson will break down the fundamentals of painting still life portraits.  more
If the story of Rudolph didn’t make the red-nosed reindeer enough of a stud already, how about the time he and two elves built a makeshift hot air balloon to air-lift rescue Santa, Prancer, Vixen and the crew from a wicked crash. Not ringing any sleigh bells?   more
Melik Brown doesn’t need a stage. The hood of his sweatshirt is a proscenium arch. His face and his voice supply the humor, drama, tenderness and anger, the lights and the shadows. more
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