This month, you might find a holiday show that has fake snow, Santa and maybe a few elves, but the one playing at Riverwalk Theatre certainly has something that makes it stick out from the crowd: goblins.
‘Good’ is greatBy PAUL WOZNIAK
If not for the accents and references to South Boston, the economic and cultural situations explored in David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Good People” could have been set in Michigan — or anywhere, really. The story of a low-income...
Sparky and Rhonda Rucker perform across the country and around the world, singing songs and telling stories from the American folk tradition. Friday the married couple makes a stop at the Ten Pound Fiddle concert series.
Last week, the Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau, headquartered in the Stadium District in Lansing, cut the ribbon at its new satellite office across the street from the new Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum in East Lansing.
On an average Saturday night, I usually head to a show with some friends or, having recently turned 21, go barhopping. But last weekend I tried something different: a friend and I went to a class at Painting With a Twist, a new instructional painting studio in Frandor Shopping Plaza.
Ray Blanchard, adjunct professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, is the ninth speaker in MSU's semester-long series, "Whom You Love: the biology of sexual orientation," which aims to demonstrate that homosexuality is a natural occurrence in humans.