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Town hall held to welcome struggling artists to East Lansing

This afternoon at Patriarche Park, East Lansing artists are invited to attend a public town hall about the state of the city.

Singing praises of unsung backstage theater people

Lansing is filled with recognizable actors.

All brains, no waste

Maybe you saw that show on PBS about the river in Alaska where the salmon run is so stupendous the bears gorge themselves on the tastiest part — the brains — and leave the rest laying around on the rocks for lesser creatures to pick at.
Turn It Down: Loud dispatches from Lansing’s music scene

Lansing alt-rocker outfit returns to stage and studio

Since its first release, back in the summer of 2019, the Rodeo Boys have kept as busy as possible, given the pandemic started soon after.

Flash in the Pan: Dumplings with tofu and stir-fried vegetables

It had to be done, so I might as well have done it, I told myself, as I dumped the thawed package of supermarket pot stickers into the vegetable stir-fry.

Charming alien-themed comic celebrates our feline friends

I’m more of a dog person than a cat person, but Nathan W. Pyle’s new illustrated book, “The Sneaking, Hiding, Vibrating Creature,” immediately caught my attention. The book is …

Favorite Things: Robby Donaldson and his daughter’s shadow box

I’ve got this shadow box that is filled with all the things my first-born,
Lansterdam in Review

Local pot shops turn to ‘grey market’ of CBD for pets

After struggling to recover from surgery for a torn ligament in his hind leg, Bryan Madle’s 8-year-old dog, Arlo,  was in pretty rough shape.
New In Town

Costume shop Imachinations is a cosplayer heaven

Matt Schulte and his wife, Lynn Lucas, were pretty much predestined to open up a costume shop.
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Arts & Culture
Local artist leads students on large-scale mural projects
Dustin Hunt is a masterful muralist who can transform a downtrodden brick wall into a vast canvas of wonderful art. Improving urban …
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Welcome to Top of the Town 2021
VOTE BY CLICKING HERE! While the battle for superiority between Lansing’s varying people, places and things during the annual …
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Tracked and Traced  at the MSU Museum
Debuts Thursday, Sept. 9, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. MSU Museum 409 W. Circle Dr., East Lansing (517) 355-2370 museum.msu.edu A …
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A look back: The Verve Pipe’s ‘Underneath’ LP turns 20
Four years after The Verve Pipe’s “Villains” LP reached Platinum status, and its breakout single “The …
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MSU Special Collections gains treasure trove of cookbooks
Following Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the hottest selling items on online booksellers like Amazon, AbeBooks and e-Bay were cookbooks …
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Food
D.P. Dough makes a comeback to East Lansing
David MacDougall Jr. started working at D.P. Dough as a delivery driver. Over a decade, he worked his way up through the company. Now, …
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Flash in the Pan: Pasta Clemenza
“Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.” In “The Godfather,” by Mario Puzo, there is a scene where Peter Clemenza …
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Best eats and drinks in and near East Lansing
School is back in session, but when you’re not in class where can you enjoy a drink and some good food? We recommend you check …
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City Pulse on Radio/TV
City Pulse On the Air, Aug. 22, 2021: Pumpstock Music Festival and Michigan Chicken Wing Festival
City Pulse Radio · City Pulse On the Air, Aug. 22, 2021: Pumpstock Music Festival and Michigan Chicken Wing Festival On …
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City Pulse On the Air, Aug, 15, 2021: Local events, Michigan Chicken Wing Festival, The Chancellors
City Pulse Radio · City Pulse On the Air, Aug, 15, 2021: Local events, Michigan Chicken Wing Festival, The Chancellors …
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City Pulse On the Air, Aug. 8, 2021: Lawrence Cosentino and Taylor Fabus
City Pulse Radio · City Pulse On the Air, Aug. 8, 2021: Lawrence Cosentino and Taylor Fabus On this edition of City …
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