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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Soul Asylum and Morris Day head to Common Ground

Eight new acts added to the lineup of the July festival

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, May 17 — In 1982, Morris Day famously asked, “What Time Is It?” In 2012, he has his answer: Common Ground time.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

A future LSO soloist

Zachary Brandon wins Lansing Symphony Orchestra’s annual Youth Competition

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, May 18 — A violinist from Battle Creek took the top honor in the Lansing Symphony Orchestra’s annual Youth Competition, in which young musicians compete for the chance to solo with the LSO.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Mr. (Craig Mitchell) Smith goes to Washington

Glass artist/gallery owner participates in Michigan Business Leaders Briefing today

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, June 1 — Glass artist and gallery owner Craig Mitchell Smith is in Washington today as part of the Michigan Business Leaders Briefing, an economic briefing hosted by the White House Business Council and Business Forward. The event is described as a one-day forum on jobs and the economy, addressing the employment picture in Michigan and investigating how government and the private sector can assist in the economic recovery.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Chili champions

Red Robin has something to sing about: The chain won the People's Choice award at the Lansing Board of Water & Light’s 17th annual BWL Chili Cook-off

by City Pulse Staff
Monday, June 4 — More than 1,500 gallons of chili was dished out and gobbled up at the Lansing Board of Water & Light’s 17th annual BWL Chili Cook-off at Adado Riverfront Park on Saturday. Thirty-one area restaurants, non-profits, businesses and organizations participated in this year's chili contest. Proceeds from the event benefit Impression 5 Science Center/Adopt A River, HOPE Scholarship Connections Program and the Sparrow Foundation.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Pulsar presentation

Winning shows include MSU's 'Streetcar' and 'Blonde,' Williamston's 'Usual' and 'Shoes' and Peppermint Creek's 'Blackbird'

by City Pulse Staff
Tuesday, June 12 — The 2011 Pulsars, recognizing the best in Lansing theater, were presented Monday evening at a ceremony held at Riverwalk Theatre. The hosts included Bruce Wade, Evan Pinsonnault, Chad DeKatch, Tigi Habtemariam, Dana Brazil and Amanda Whitehead. The panel of Pulsar judges is made up of Mary C. Cusack, Erin Buitendorp, Kathy Helma, Tom Helma, Ute von der Heyden and Paul Wozniak. More than 50 productions that opened between May 2011 and April of this year were evaluated and rated for this year’s field.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Holy rollers, Batman!

Lansing welcomes a little bit of Gotham City Friday

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, June 14 — No, Anne Hathaway probably won’t be around to show off her new Catwoman costume. But the Bat-Pod and The Tumbler from Warner Bros.’ “The Dark Knight Rises” will be rolling into town Friday morning.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Go 'Behind the Facade' Saturday

Learn about the major architects who designed some of the city's most distinctive buildings during a Historical Society of Greater Lansing tour on Saturday

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, June 15 — Historical Society of Greater Lansing president Valerie Marvin leads a tour of many of the downtown area's most architecturally significant buildings from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday. The tour is free and takes place rain or shine.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Savor the flavor of Lansing

Take a Taste of Downtown Saturday

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, July 5 — Sample the food from many downtown restaurants — as well as some locally produced wine and beer — at Taste of Downtown, which happens Saturday in (where else?) downtown Lansing.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Too hot to handle

Greg Nagy's concert Summer Concert Series show has been canceled because of high heat

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, July 6 — Usually when a show is canceled because it's "too hot," local censors are to blame. But it's Mother Nature who's responsible for the City of East Lansing's decision to call of tonight's Greg Nagy concert.
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Wednesday, March 13,2013

Get in the Broad

Registration open for Broad Museum grand opening

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, Oct. 5 — They’re still putting the finishing touches on the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, but the grand opening festivities are already being planned.
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