Thursday, March 7 — As Tom Izzo’s Spartans battle through the month for a shot at the national championship, the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum has organized “March Madness at the Broad,” in which 64 pieces of art will go head to head for the chance to be on display at the museum. The bracket-style competition goes through April 4.
Friday, March 8 — Few things are more comfortable and less creative than a sweat shirt — or so I thought until Peter Ferstz proved me wrong. He artfully turns a college student’s item of fashion suicide into a trend-setting piece.
Thursday, March 7 — Still no plans for the weekend? City Pulse has tracked down some ‘90s skate punk, a controversial folk artist and Celtic jamgrass hitting area venues this week. For even more upcoming shows, the newest edition of Turn It Down — a survey of Lansing’s musical landscape — is in this week’s issue of City Pulse.
It felt like a security breach at a gated community when a man in the audience at the Wharton Center alerted his wife to an unfamiliar glint on the stage before a Lansing Symphony concert Saturday night.
This year's Grammy Awards had a surprise winner for "Best Spoken Word Album." Famed folk singer Janis Ian won for her autobiography, "Society's Child," over such big-name nominees Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton and Ellen DeGeneres.
Grammy winner Jack White's Third Man Records is known for pressing records from the likes of Beck, Wanda Jackson and The White Stripes. Last week, the famed label released some Lansing-based rock n roll, the "Never More" 7" single by The People's Temple. A release show for the single happens tonight at The Avenue Café.