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Monday, March 18,2013

Who's next in the Common Ground lineup?

Major announcement expected Friday

by City Pulse Staff
Wednesday, April 11 — Look for a big announcement from Common Ground Music Festival Friday morning: Three more acts are in the process of being confirmed for the annual event, which runs July 9 to 15 at Adado Riverfront Park in downtown Lansing.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Where's 'Sherlock'? It's no 'Mystery'

WKAR hosts a sneak preview of the second season of 'Sherlock' May 3

by City Pulse Staff
Wednesday, April 11 — "Sherlock," the BBC series that adapts Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's tales to present-day London, has become a major hit on PBS's "Masterpiece Mystery." The second season begins next month, and WKAR-TV is staying a step ahead of the game by hosting a sneak preview of the next three episodes at 7 p.m. May 3. The event will be held at Michigan State University’s Communication Arts & Sciences Building.
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Monday, March 18,2013

'Real Time' gets real

Bill Maher comes to the Wharton Center June 17

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, April 12 — Bill Maher, the always outspoken star of HBO's "Real Time," takes his act on the road this summer. One of his stops will be the Wharton Center, where he'll perform at 7 p.m. June 17.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Sweeten up Earth Day

New Michigan Theatre Chocolate will be launched at Sunday party

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, April 20 — If you think the Michigan Theatre in Jackson is a sweet place, you're not alone: Gilbert's Chocolates is about to unveil a specially created brand of Michigan Theatre Chocolate this weekend.
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Monday, March 18,2013

'Chico' screening rescheduled

East Lansing Film Festival will present Oscar-nominated animated film May 16

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, April 26 — The East Lansing Film Festival has rescheduled its screening of the Oscar-nominated animated film "Chico and Rita" for May 16 at East Lansing's Hannah Community Center, 819 Abbot Road.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Musical combinations

Mason Symphony Orchestra and the Meridian Community Band make a 'Collage' tonight

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, April 27 — You don’t have to go to an art gallery to see a collage tonight. The Mason Symphony Orchestra and the Meridian Community Band are combining their forces for a “Collage Concert” at the Haslett Performing Arts Center.
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Monday, March 18,2013

An Eagle lands at Common Ground

Joe Walsh is among the acts added to the July music festival's schedule

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, May 10 — Eagles veteran Joe Walsh, ‘90s hitmakers Candlebox and Michigan rockers Pop Evil are among the latest additions to the Common Ground Music Festival lineup.
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Monday, March 18,2013

The 'Piano Monster' That Ate MSU

Eight pianists, eight pianos and a 'Carnival' fill up Cobb Great Hall on Sunday

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, May 11 — It takes 16 hands and 704 keys to create a “Piano Monster,” which is exactly what Michigan State University College of Music will conjure up Sunday, May 13. The 3 p.m. concert features eight grand pianos and an octet of pianists: Michael Callahan, Sangmi Lim, Panayis Lyras, Deborah Moriarty, Alan Nathan, Derek Polischuk, Minsoo Sohn, and Ralph Votapek.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Writers with issues

Bonnie Jo Campbell kicks off a series devoted to authors addressing Michigan life

by Bill Castanier
Wednesday, Jan. 25 — Michigan State University associate dean and writing professor Edward Watts wants to make the Midwest less of a flyover zone when it comes to literature. Watts, who has long been teaching the works of Midwest writers, is the driving force behind a series of three events featuring Michigan writers who delve into political socio-economic issues.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Top of the Town

Winners party at Perspective2 in Old Town

by City Pulse
Some 150 people attended the City Pulse/WLNS Top of the Town Awards Party at Perspective2 in Old Town Monday. Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero was on hand to accept his certificate as best politician in the annual contest, which this year netted more than 3,700 votes.
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