Grand River gets reimagined as entertainment focal point instead of backdrop
by Allan I. Ross
Between now and Labor Day —
affectionately known in mid-Michigan as either “mosquito season” or
“three months of bad sleddin...
Friday, May 30 — After a year under new ownership, Decker’s Coffee Co., also known as Cup of Dessert, closed for business today at 2 p.m. The closing was announced on the business’ Facebook page Thursday:
FRIDAY, May 30 — The waters have begun to churn in anticipation for a new event coming to Lansing next month: The Grand American Fish Rodeo. Terry Terry, President of the Michigan Institute of Contemporary Art, spoke at the monthly Lansing Rotary Club meeting today about the event, which will focus on the city’s iconic Grand River
Rebel Pictures-hosted show at Midtown - Saturday, May 31.
Graham Lindsey has a style of folk Rolling Stone called “both hick and haunting.” Lindsey, who just released his “Digging up Birds” disc, plays Midtown Brewing Co. He’ll be joined on stage by his w...
Made in Lansing, a new exhibit by the Historical Society of Greater Lansing, rolls through 150-plus years of manufacturing innovation in a city that sits in the center of Michigan like the hub of a wheel. Thatīs why itīs the capital, after all.
SATURDAY, MAY 31 >> BE A TOURIST IN YOUR OWN TOWN
This Saturday, an estimated 15,000 people are expected to hit the streets of Lansing, East Lansing, Okemos and the neighboring burbs for the Greater Lansing Convention & Visitors Bureau’s 20th Annual Be A Tourist In Your ...
Science fiction and beloved children’s books are risky categories for modestly budged community theater productions. With its 2014 season premiere, “A Wrinkle In Time,” Over the Ledge Theatre Co. took on the challenge of John Glore’s double-whammy adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s outstanding young adult/sci-fi novel.
Thursday, May 22 – It's quite warm out as I write this week. Hot and sunny, following a couple days of rain. If I listen closely, I can just about hear my recently-mowed grass growing up past my ankles again. Here's what we're reading:
Your eyes can get a real workout at the Broad Art Museum — from rolling to the back of your head. I’m not talking about the art, but the people you run into: Self-styled experts who canīt shut up, wise-guys who ask where the “real” art is, preening hipsters, outraged moralists, “this reminds-me-of” reductionists — they all show up sooner or later, usually right next to you.