Jan. 10 2019
It’s no coincidence that three Michigan Notable Book-recognized authors, Richard Ford, Michael Zadoorian and Josh Malerman, had their work turned into movies this past year
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Jan. 10 2019
Taking over the entire museum for several weeks, “The Transported Man” ran the gamut from a jaw-dropping upside-down, lifesized elephant sculpture by Daniel Firman to a tent full of real, flashing...
Jan. 3 2019
Jeff Guinn writes about good friends Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and, eventually, Harvey Firestone in “Vagabonds.” Beginning in 1914, the triumvirate of inventors went on a road trip to the Florida...
Dec. 27 2018
For the first half of its season, Greater Lansing theater showed it is alive and kicking — sometimes with high kicks and sometimes with lowbrow punches
Dec. 6 2018
The opening performance of Peppermint Creek Theatre’s “The Wild Party” almost didn’t happen. Thanks to the talent and bravery of Sally Hecksel, the show went on. Hecksel was originally...
Nov. 22 2018
“There was a lot of indiscriminate copyright infringement,” Barton said. “Another aspect of the legend is that many of them were scanned off duplication machines or Xerox machines at...
Oct. 4 2018
The history of escape rooms can be traced to the 2004 Japanese video game “Crimson Room,” developed by Toshimitsu Takagi. In 2007, Real Escape Games of Kyoto, Japan, recreated the video game’s...
Sept. 27 2018
They all went for the iconic Detroit soda pop “Fayg-o-o-o!” In his new novel, “The Faygo Book,” Joe Grimm, MSU Journalism Professor and former Detroit Free Press reporter, ties...