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With age and experience, Leone came to realize that — with every answer we find — more questions reveal themselves.  more
The dog days of August have most readers looking around for what they are going to read next. Now that bookstores and libraries have reopened, you can once again browse their shelves looking for the next great read.  more
The Dirtbombs will forever be tied to its deep Motor City roots, but going back to the brilliant garage band’s early days reveals a couple Lansing connections. more
The Eastside Summer Fest is a celebration of local artists and the Lansing community. more
Pizza is a perfect template for what some might call bold and adventurous culinary experiments, and what others might refer to as cheap gimmicks. The basic building blocks of bread, cheese and sauce … more
Roy Lawrence, 25, is a FEMA employee who enjoys taking photos, traveling and watching movies in his spare time. He views the world through the lens of his favorite thing. My camera is a tiny … more
The Loft, a shuttered venue that was once a reliable fixture in several local music scenes and host to countless concerts. In its place is The Studio at 414, a new venue that officially debuted in late-July that will host functions such as wedding receptions, stand-up comedy nights, variety entertainment shows and perhaps, eventually, smaller live music gigs. more
An eclectic blend of local musicians from different genres is coming to the Herrmann House for a concert in downtown Lansing this week for “Play Music on the Porch Day.” more
On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, arts editor Skyler Ashley recaps upcoming events in Lansing and reporter Cole Tunningley reports on the Pumpstock Music Festival and the upcoming Michigan Chicken Wing Festival. Music writer Rich Tupica plays tracks from Detroit garage rock legends The Dirtbombs. more
Though 90 degree heat beat down onto the city without mercy, Lansing was alive today with cool events sprawled across several of its neighborhoods. more
Laura Hall is a volunteer with the Westside Neighborhood Association. After graduating high school, she was gifted a handmade quilt from each of her grandmothers. She is very close with … more
One of summer’s hottest reads should be a lesson for writers who have a manuscript on their computer that they abandoned decades ago. more
From the 1920s through the 1980s, Clayton “Peg Leg” Bates (1907-1998) tap danced across the world and became one of the most well-known performers in his field. In his many travels, Lansing became one of his frequent stops in the late 1950s and ’60s.  more
Adado Riverfront Park is hosting a collaboration between several Lansing theater, dance and singing companies for an afternoon of great outdoor performances. Audiences will be able to enjoy a show that features artists from Riverwalk Theatre, Happendance, Lansing Children’s Choir, The Curtainless Theatre and Habibi Dancers.  more
“They played three songs. The guitarist broke a string, threw his guitar in the air and stormed off stage. It was the most metal thing I had ever seen. This band ripped it up, said, “Fuck it” and just left. I thought, ‘Holy shit, this is crazy.’” more
When Starlight Dinner Theater resumes “The Lion in Winter” in October, the gap between its first and second weekend shows might set a new record.  more
On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, arts editor Skyler Ashley breaks down cool events coming to Lansing in the near future and reporter Cole Tunningley shares all the details on the upcoming Michigan Chicken Wing Festival at Adado Riverfront Park. more
Old Town was beaming with life as people enjoyed a warm summer night under the mellow glow of streetlights. It's all part of Arts Night Out getting back into the swing of things after an extended hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.  more
Pat Sievert was fine with taking a break from performing comedy during last year's quarantine. In the before times, you could find him onstage once a week at Mac's Bar in addition to catching him at shows he performed at around town and around the state.  more
Wow 20 years. It seems like it was yesterday Berl Schwartz asked if I would be interested in writing for Lansing City Pulse. more
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