Nov. 25 2015
The holiday shopping season begins in earnest this weekend, with retailers offering Black Friday/Small Business Saturday/Cyber Monday deals to entice holiday shoppers
Nov. 25 2015
How many holiday trees can fit inside the Turner-Dodge House? The Friends of Turner-Dodge House and Lansing’s Parks & Recreation department are about to find out
Nov. 23 2015
MONDAY, Nov. 23 — American Fifth Spirits, Lansing’s first distillery, will launch its newest product, Capital Gin, tomorrow at the American Fifth Spirits’ downtown tasting room. Made...
Nov. 11 2015
Mark Elliot Wilson plays the role of Baby’s father, Dr. Jake Houseman, in this touring production. An accomplished television and film actor, Wilson’s acting credits include several episodes...
Nov. 11 2015
Lansing’s relationship with public art can be best summarized in Facebook terms: It’s complicated
Nov. 5 2015
THURSDAY, Nov. 5 — Comedian Kevin Hart has added an East Lansing stop to his What Now? comedy tour
Oct. 29 2015
THURSDAY, Oct. 29 — Twyla Tharp Dance’s 50th anniversary tour lands on the Wharton Center stage Tuesday, but founder and choreographer Twyla Tharp bristles at the mention of 50 years.Twyla...
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Oct. 29 2015
THURSDAY, Oct. 29 — Lansing’s 31st annual Silver Bells in the City festival is stepping away from the teen pop groups of recent years and has tapped a headline performer with local connection
Oct. 28 2015
When Orson Welles and the Mercury Theatre on the Air presented the “The War of the Worlds” radio drama on Oct. 30, 1938, many were sucked in by the show’s realism and wondered if...
Oct. 28 2015
The bar is just one of several examples of the budding craft cocktail movement in Greater Lansing. While craft beer is the big economic driver in Michigan’s beverage industry — and soaks up...
Oct. 23 2015
FRIDAY, Oct. 23 — Youtube star and LGBT advocate Tyler Oakley has added another job title to his impressive resume: published author. His first book, “Binge,” hit bookstore shelves Tuesday....
Oct. 21 2015
In a curious twist of fate, the death of former Broad Art Museum Director Michael Rush helped the museum acquire one of the cornerstone pieces of its latest exhibit, “Moving Time: Video Art at...
Oct. 21 2015
When Bill Ivey took the reins of the National Endowment for the Arts, he stepped into an organization in crisis
Oct. 21 2015
When Lansing Brewing Co. opens Thursday, one of its featured beers will be named for Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero
Oct. 21 2015
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 21 — Two of Lansing’s newest public art pieces do more than brighten up the area. They can also help you fix your bike
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Oct. 16 2015
FRIDAY, Oct. 16 — “It’s time to brew beer again,” proclaims a mural on the side of the soon-to-open Lansing Brewing Co. While the brewery isn’t open yet, its brewers are hard...
Oct. 15 2015
THURSDAY, Oct. 14 — Drivers on Lansing’s west side may have noticed a new roadside attraction earlier this year. The large sculpture, “Stop and Smell the Roses” by local artist...
Oct. 14 2015
During Thursday’s placemaking summit, the Arts Council of Greater Lansing rolled out its new smartphone app, 517 Artsearch
Oct. 14 2015
In an upstairs room in the Lansing Center Thursday, a room packed full of Greater Lansing’s movers and shakers gathered to ask a question: What can we do to make Lansing a better place to live,...
Oct. 14 2015
Ian Griffin’s first encounter with “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” he admits, was not love at first sight