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Wednesday, April 14,2010

Turn It Down

A survey of Lansing's musical landscape

by Rich Tupica
This year features a new batch of exclusive, collectible vinyl from Wilco, The Velvet Underground, John Lennon, Them Crooked Vultures, Soundgarden, TV On The Radio, Pavement, Beastie Boys, Coheed Cambria, Modest Mouse, The Flaming Lips, Bloc Party, The Doors, Sex Pistols, Weezer, The Black Keys and more.
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Wednesday, April 14,2010

Renegotiating 'Rent'

Director Scott Burkell draws on his friendship with Jonathan Larson in shaping the show’s MSU production

by James Sanford
Scott Burkell met the late Jonathan Larson at the Barn Theatre in Augusta in the summer of 1980. Over the course of the season, Burkell, Larson and fellow Equity membership candidate Marin Mazzie ' then a student at Western Michigan University and...
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Wednesday, April 14,2010

LSO meets Elton John

‘Rocket’ puts classic rock into a symphonic setting

by James Sanford
After a long career as a guitarist, music producer and music director, Brennan began looking for ways to combine rock and symphonic music. His first project was a show built around the music of Elton John and performed by Orchestra London in London, Ontario.
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Thursday, April 8,2010

Turn It Down

Enter a 'hole of noise'

by Rich Tupica
Since the Lansing-based band released its first DIY album in 2005, McCord, along with Nicholas Richard (bass/vocals) and Hattie Danby (drums/vocals), have been sharing songwriting duties and exploring the roots of alternative rock and the vocal styling of ‘60s pop-genius Brian Wilson.
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Wednesday, April 7,2010

Absolute success

New Chamber series wraps up first season

by Lawrence Cosentino
As principal stick man for the Lansing Symphony, Sherman is a conspicuous presence ' look for the silver glint and heaving shoulders ' but the subject of this encounter was Absolute Music, the star-studded classical concert series Sherman launched last fall in Old Town’s Absolute Gallery.
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Wednesday, April 7,2010

Curtain maul & men of haircolor

by Amy Alkon
Well, definitely start wearing pants fitted with those spikes they use to keep pigeons off liquor store signs, or at least sew golf cleats to the front of your jeans. Or, if this sounds like a lot of bother, you could just consider yourself mildly lucky, and leave it at that.
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Wednesday, April 7,2010

'Summer'of love

Novel speculates on secret romantic life of ’Little Women’ author

by Bill Castanier
In her debut novel, McNees tells the credible but fictional tale of a romancethat might have taken place between Alcott and a young man during the summer of 1855 when the Alcott family moved to the small New Hampshire town of Walpole. At the time, Alcott had already written a book, but “Little Women” was still 13 years away.
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Wednesday, April 7,2010

BEST MUSIC

by City Pulse
Blues band Root Doctor Runners-up: Steppin’ In It and Frog & the Beeftones Combing traditional blues with classic soul, Root Doctorhas been entertaining Lansing for nearly 20 years. Led by vocalist FreddieCunningham (who formed the band with bassist/vocalist Jam...
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Wednesday, April 7,2010

WORST

by City Pulse
Newspaper Lansing State Journal Runners-up: City Pulse and “this category is unkind” Fine. But this does not overshadow the LSJ’s 2008 win forbest newspaper Web site from the Associated Press (and, no, Associated Press isnot the name of one of their sta...
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Wednesday, April 7,2010

BEST SERVICES

by City Pulse
Alternative health:Better Health StoreRunners-up: Foods for Living, Creative Wellness Auto care:Lisky'sRunners-up: Spartan Car Care, University Foregin Auto Bank/credit union:MSUFCURunners-up: NuUnion, LAFCU Barber:Barber LoveRunners-up: Frandor Barber, Douglas J There’s a re...
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