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Wednesday, October 6,2010

Detroit Symphony/Sarah Chang concert canceled

Refunds will be offered

by City Pulse Staff
Wharton Center’s Thursday, Oct. 7 performance by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra with violinist Sarah Chang and the preceding Preview Dinner have both been canceled. The Detroit Symphony Orchestra and its orchestra committee and union reached an impasse in negotiating a new collective bargaining agreement.
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Wednesday, September 29,2010

1st Sunday Gallery Walk

by City Pulse Staff
New Exhibits Absolute Gallery Featuring new work by the Second Monday Artists, a Williamston artist group. Reception: Noon-5 p.m. Oct. 3. Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Thursday & Friday 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday & Sunday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 307 E. Grand River Ave., La...
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Friday, September 24,2010

An east side ‘fixture’ passes

Stephen Jahner, owner of Capital City Collectibles for 30 years, has died. He was 55.

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, Sept. 24 — Some knew him as the “Mad Hatter” for his top hats, tailed coats and ruffled renaissance shirts. Others knew him as a man who bled green and white for his devout loyalty to MSU. Most knew him as the owner of Capital City Collectibles, a small east side memorabilia shop stacked floor to ceiling with vintage games, comics, action figures, books and movies.
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Wednesday, September 22,2010

52nd Michigan Antiquarian Book & Paper Show

by City Pulse Staff
Twice a year, book and paper enthusiasts of all kinds come together in Lansing to search through books, postcards, magazines, posters and more.
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Friday, September 17,2010

PARK(ing) Day 2010

Small downtown event aims to draw attention to a big problem: maintaining public spaces

by City Pulse Staff
By 11 a.m., local organizers of PARK(ing) Day 2010 had green Astroturf laid down across three parking spaces on Washington Square near Allegan Street. Ring toss boxes were set up to pass the time within the plant-lined space. Joe Manzella, vice president of local nonprofit Accelerate Lansing, said the point of the modest event was to create a dialog about a growing problem.
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Friday, August 27,2010

Have a Sun-Dried Saturday

Mason festival features jazz, rock, Latin and blues

by City Pulse Staff
The weather forecast says Saturday will be sunny; the music forecast says Mason will be sun-dried. The inaugural Sun-Dried Music Festival kicks off at noon Saturday in downtown Mason, with performances from Rock Canyon Band, Frog & the Beeftones, Orchestra Ritmo and Showdown, among others...
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Wednesday, August 25,2010

Extended Renegade recap

The highlights (and the highfalutin) from last weekend's festival

by City Pulse Staff
The annual Renegade Theatre Festival in Old Town provided a showcase for several new works. City Pulse critics were on-hand to cover last weekend's readings and performances.
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Monday, July 19,2010

Update: Brannigan Brothers stays open...for now

The popular downtown bar and restaurant stays open amid legal confusion

by City Pulse Staff
Happy hour at Brannigan Brothers was like any other on Thursday evening. Five bar stools had butts in them, three women were sharing chips and dip and white wine, three servers scrambled about, Top 40 music was over the radio, ESPN was on the televisions and the Bell's Oberon was cold.
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