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Wednesday, June 3,2015

Turn it down

A survey of Lansing's musical landscape

by Rich Tupica
Laura Stevenson at Macīs Bar, Thursday, June 4 Brooklyn-based indie-folk-rock songwriter Laura Stevenson headlines an all-ages show Thursday at Mac’s Bar. Openers are Tidal, Cardboard Swords and Stefanie Haapala. Stevenson’s latest LP, “Wheel,” was released in 2...
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Wednesday, June 3,2015

In the market for art

River City MRKT brings creative art and crafts to REO Town

by Jonathan Griffith
Great things always seem to come in pairs: peanut butter and jelly, Hall & Oates and Calvin and Hobbes, just to name a few. And while the individual components of famous pairings are extremely enjoyable on their own, it’s always exciting to experience the new life a duo can bring to ideas when they’re together. So it can only mean good things when two Lansing creatives pair up to create a new art event in Lansing’s historic REO Town. Local artist/photographer Debbie Carlos and jewelry designer Amalia Boukos had the simple idea of bringing more beautiful things to Lansing, but have created something altogether new and unique in the process.
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Wednesday, June 3,2015

Summer home

MSUīs Summer Circle Theatre moves into its new digs

by Ty Forquer
After nearly 40 years of wandering in the wildernesses of the Red Cedar River — enduring floods and plagues of mosquitos — MSU’s Summer Circle Theatre has arrived at its promised land: the Summer Circle Courtyard. The space, nestled between Fairchild Theatre and the Kresg...
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Wednesday, June 3,2015

Scene change

What does the (SCENE) Metrospace transition mean for East Lansing?

by Ty Forquer
East Lansing City Council met Tuesday night, with all signs pointing to approval of the proposed operating agreement that will turn control of (SCENE) Metrospace, the city’s downtown contemporary art gallery, over to Michigan State University’s Department of Art, Art History and Design.
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Wednesday, June 3,2015

Changing hands

East Lansing City Council approves transfer of (SCENE) Metrospace control to MSU

by Michelai A. Graham
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3 — The wait is finally over. After months of negotiations, East Lansing City Council voted to approve a five-year operating agreement between the City of East Lansing and the department of Art, Art History and Design at Michigan State University for curatorial control of (SCENE) Metrospace at last night’s meeting.
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Wednesday, June 3,2015

Brilliant corners

Project Pop Up brings unexpected art to downtown Lansing

by Michelai A. Graham
The streets of downtown Lansing are under attack. Not by muggers or criminals, but by guerilla artists planning artful ambushes and wielding “bombs” of vibrant yarn. It’s all part of the Lansing Art Gallery’s latest endeavor, Project Pop Up. Project Pop Up was designed to use art to activate unexpected downtown spaces in Lansing and to promote creativity throughout the city. The project is a combination of three concepts: window art galleries, “artful activities” and guerilla knitting/ yarn bombing.
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Wednesday, June 3,2015

Pump up the jams

Saturday, June 6

by Michelai A. Graham
Live music will be on tap at East Lansing’s Bailey Park Saturday as the sixth annual Pumpstock American roots festival takes over the park. The event is hosted by East Lansing’s popular Pump House Concerts series. Geraldine and Dudley “Smitty” Smith, founders of Pump House Concerts, started hosting the intimate music series in 2009.
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Tuesday, June 2,2015

Downtown princess

Thai Princess opens downtown Lansing location

by Ty Forquer
TUESDAY, JUNE 2 — Okemos’ popular Thai Princess restaurant has partnered with House of Eden Rock to serve Thai offerings at the downtown bar. The downtown location is now serving lunch, with plans to offer early dinner options until 7 p.m. later this week.
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Monday, June 1,2015

Coming down to Lansing town

Joshua Davis comes to Wharton Center June 26

by Ty Forquer
MONDAY, JUNE 1— Longtime Lansing resident and MSU alumnus Joshua Davis, finalist on NBC’s “The Voice,” returns for a special concert at on June 26 at Wharton Center’s Cobb Great Hall featuring solo performances, special guests and a reunion with Steppin’ In It.
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Friday, May 29,2015

Whiskey Icarus comes to Lansing

Kyle Kinane brings his comedy show to the Loft

by Ty Forquer
Stand-up comedian Kyle Kinane performs tomorrow at the Loft. Kinane has had a longstanding relationship with Comedy Central, doing everything from his own comedy specials to serving as the voice of the channel’s on-air announcements.
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