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Monday, March 18,2013

See it all, Happendance-style

'Exposed' concerts include new works from guest artists and company members

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, Feb. 23 — You’ll see it all at this weekend’s Happendance concerts. Artistic director Missy Lilje plans to leave everything out in the open — including the backstage area — for “Happendance … Exposed,” in order to put her dancers front and center.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Meijer free publication controversy

Racks will stay another two weeks, sources say

by City Pulse Staff
Meijer will delay removing its free publication racks from the Lansing market until March 15, sources have told City Pulse. The racks were scheduled to be removed next week from all 199 Meijer stores in five states. But Dominion Distribution, which owns the racks and rents space in Meijer stores, received word from Meijer on Wednesday to delay picking them up in the Lansing and Detroit areas, the sources said.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Free pubs at Meijer

Ingham County Commissioners asks chain to reconsider

by City Pulse Staff
THURSDAY, March 1 — The Ingham County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution calling on Meijer to reconsider its decision to eliminate free publications in its stores in the Lansing area.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Occupy the Speakeasy

Vacant Lansing was packed with flappers, gamblers and Jazz Age ambiance

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, March 1 — The “blind tiger” logo should have been a clue. The much-buzzed-about, highly cryptic Vacant Lansing event, held Wednesday night in REO Town (at a warehouse in the 1100 block of South Washington Avenue), turned out to be a recreation of a 1920...
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Monday, March 18,2013

Soup's on

(SCENE) Metrospace offers a chance for artists to get some food and funding at the same time

by City Pulse Staff
Tuesday, March 6 — Think of it as Kickstarter without the Web: (SCENE) Metrospace is launching East Lansing Sunday Soup, a micro-funding event series for local artists in need of financial help.
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Monday, March 18,2013

1,400 years of culture

'Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World' screens Friday at Pasant Theatre

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, March 22 —The film "Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World" will have a sneak preview at 6 p.m. Friday at the Wharton Center's Pasant Theatre; it premieres on PBS July 6 as part of the Arts Summer Festival.Producer Alexander Kronemer of Unity Productions Foundation will be attending.The screening is free, but guests need to RSVP and reserve tickets at islamicartlansing.eventbrite.com.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Raise a glass to MSU Museum

17th annual Wine Tasting Benefit takes place March 30

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, March 23 — Separate the Cabernets from the Chardonnays next Friday at the Michigan State University Museum's 17th annual Wine Tasting Benefit, at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center in East Lansing. Proceeds from the event support MSU Museum development efforts.
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Monday, March 18,2013

A smoking casino for Lansing?

Bernero says a ban on smoking likely would kill it

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, March 23 — Expect smoking at the proposed Lansing casino. “It’s our view” that insisting on no smoking would likely have been a deal breaker during negotiations, Mayor Virg Bernero said today on “City Pulse Newsmakers,” a new TV show.
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Monday, March 18,2013

Return engagement

Jerry Seinfeld is back May 31

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, March 23 — Ever wonder what would happen if Jerry Seinfeld played the Wharton Center? You're about to find out. The comedian returns to East Lansing May 31 as part of his stand-up tour. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. March 30. The show starts at 7 p.m. Prices are to be annou...
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Monday, March 18,2013

Off to South Africa

Lansing-born violinist Melissa White and her Harlem Quartet head overseas next month

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, March 29 — Violinist and Lansing native Melissa White and her Harlem Quartet will travel to South Africa in April; the Harlem Quartet has been chosen as a United States Arts Envoy. White, fellow violinist Ilmar Gavilan, violist Juan Miguel Hernandez and cellist Paul Wiancko plan to conduct workshops and perform recitals in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban.
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