Thursday, Sept. 29 — Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher, Bradley Cooper and Mira Sorvino have all spoken out against it; now, you can help do something about it. A fundraiser to benefit victims of human trafficking takes place from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Friday at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Lansing.
Thursday, Oct. 10 — Ragtime is a dance genre that peaked in popularity in the early 1900s, until it was phased out by jazz. But it’s never gone completely out of style.The Mayflower Congregational Church will host “Ragtime Festime: Three Keyboards and an Alto” at 7 p.m. Friday.
Friday, Nov. 4 — Joseph Kramm’s “The Shrike” is Lansing Community College’s entry in the sixth annual Stages of the Law series, sponsored by Cooley Law School. “The Shrike” opens tonight at Dart Auditorium.The drama is directed by Paige Dunckel, a theater teacher at LCC. She has used the play in her classes before. “I always knew I wanted to direct it,” she said.
Wednesday, Nov. 16 — The Herstories Project, which hosts events that celebrate women, is reaching out to all genders with a written and spoken-word open mic night to recognize the transgender community.
Vocalist Diane Penning has a Christmas party to plan for her husband, three sons and 35 of their closest family members. But not until she sings with three Michigan orchestras at their holiday pops concerts.