Header-lansing_1.jpg
 
Home  Arts and Culture
 
 
Wednesday, December 19,2012

The Windwalker saga

Eclectic Charlotte business hopes to be a regional hub for mid-Michigan artists

by Shawn Parker
In downtown Charlotte, in an unassuming three-story brick building on Cochran Avenue, an artistic movement 20 years in the making is taking place. For Richard Turbin and his son Rick Turbin, proprietors of Windwalker Antiques/Underground Galleries, creative expression is a way of life.
Read more   Read it in print
Wednesday, December 12,2012

Portrait of the artist as a playful grandfather

East Lansing comic artist illustrates new children's book by James Joyce

by Bill Castanier
Bloomsday fans have reason to rejoice this holiday season — they are doubly blessed with a new biography of James Joyce as well as a never-before-published children’s book by the acclaimed Irish author.
Read more   Read it in print
Wednesday, December 12,2012

We, Robots

Local startup hopes to go viral with addictive new videogame app

by ALLAN I. ROSS
If you've ever lost a day's work slinging ornery-looking cardinals at grimacing green pigs, you should probably stop reading right now — this story could cost you several hours of productivity. But hey, at least you could say you're supporting a local startup.
Read more   Read it in print
Wednesday, December 12,2012

Turn it down

A survey of Lansing's musical landscape

by Rich Tupica
The Record Lounge in East Lansing will host three local bands Saturday at a free in-store show. Making some demented ruckus are BerT, Total Hipster Crusher, The Plague Years and American Gothic.
Read more   Read it in print
Wednesday, December 12,2012

'Almost' famous

by Dana Casadei
Over the last few years, ensemble films with multiple characters and storylines and an overall theme have become increasingly popular. "Valentines Day" and its pseudo-sequel "New Year’s Eve" are two of the more prominent examples.
Read more   Read it in print
Wednesday, December 12,2012

Give a little bit

Local nonprofits team up for annual charity event

by Andrea Raby
The iPhone 5 and flat screen TVs are dominating many holiday wish lists this month, but sometimes all it takes is something small to really make a difference. In the spirit of the holiday season, WLNS TV-6 will host its sixth annual "Day of Giving" event Thursday throughout mid-Michigan.
Read more   Read it in print
Wednesday, December 12,2012

Last Minute Gift Guide

by Andrea Raby & Helene Dryden
1) Oade’s Big Ten Party Store Add a little extra cheer to anyone’s holiday season with a gift set from Oades. After all, who couldn’t use some holiday spirits? Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Oade’s offers 15 percent off a build-your-own six-pack and 10 percent of...
Read more   Read it in print
Wednesday, December 12,2012

New in town

Tamaki & Triple Goddess Bookstore

by Sam Inglot and Allan I. Ross
I thought I had Tamaki Custom Sushi and Wraps clocked as soon as I walked in — the Subway of sushi. But you won't find any $5 foot-long sushi rolls here. What you will find, says owner Frank Cheng, is a new take on sushi and Asian cuisine,
Read more   Read it in print
Wednesday, December 5,2012

Whom You Love

'We're angels made out of dirt'

by
Marc Breedlove is the 12th and final speaker in Michigan State University’s semester-long series "Whom You Love: the biology of sexual orientation," which he conceived, in part, to demonstrate that homosexuality is a natural occurrence in humans.
Read more   Read it in print
Wednesday, December 5,2012

(SCENE) Metrospace Poetry Contest Winner

by
Earlier this fall, City Pulse and East Lansing's (SCENE) Metrospace teamed up to sponsor a poetry contest. It was open to the public, and the poems were allowed to reflect any theme. The winner, Carrie Preston of Brookline, Mass., was announced at a reading on Nov. 28 at (SCENE).
Read more   Read it in print
 
 
 
 
 
Search Archive - Articles and News
Search Archive:
 
 

© 2014 City Pulse

City Pulse. 2001 E. Michigan Ave. Lansing, MI 48912.
Phone: (517)371-5600. Fax: (517) 999-6066.
E-mail: publisher@lansingcitypulse.com

 
Close