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Wednesday, February 26,2014

Out On the Town

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THURSDAY, FEB. 27 >> ‘Slavery to Freedom: An American Odyssey’ Speakers John Seigenthaler is an award-winning journalist/political aide who participated in the Freedom Rides and was the founding editorial director of USA Today. Seigenthaler wraps the Slavery to Fre...
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Thursday, February 20,2014

Apple location: Eastwood Towne Center

Building permit application shows Apple looking to open a 6,000-square-foot store in Eastwood Towne Center

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, Feb. 20 — Apple, Inc. has applied to Lansing Township to open a store in Eastwood Towne Center.
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Wednesday, February 19,2014

Common Ground bands announced

Brand New, The Front Bottoms, 311 part of the summer festival’s lineup

by City Pulse Staff
The first round of bands has been announced for this year’s Common Ground Music Festival. The 15th annual summer festival’s lineup includes ‘90s rap-reggae rockers 311, alt-rockers Brand New and indie-punkers Front Bottoms.
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Wednesday, February 19,2014

Out On the Town

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THURSDAY, FEB. 20 >> Cry of Freedom/Ten Songs from Bulgaria Musician Lazlo Slomovits set music to the words of poet Linda Nemec Foster, who acquired her story from the images of the Bulgarian photographer Jacko Vassiley. The trickling effect has been at work since 2006 when Va...
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Wednesday, February 12,2014

Out On the Town

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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12 >> Eisenhower Dance: Red, Hot And Blue The dancers from this Michigan-based contemporary dance company will tell stories of passion, humor and joy through the magic of dance. The first act, “Threads,” is packed with duets and solos about intimacy...
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Tuesday, February 11,2014

‘First thoughts’ on Red Cedar project

Developers welcome community input for Red Cedar Renaissance project at public event Wednesday

by City Pulse Staff
Tuesday, Feb. 11 — Even though the project has been floated for over two years, developers and economic development officials are holding a “first thoughts” session Wednesday to gather public input on redeveloping 61 acres at the former Red Cedar Golf Course.
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Friday, February 7,2014

Rocking out

Band lineups announced for fourth annual Capital City Film Festival

by City Pulse Staff
Friday, Feb. 7 — Organizers for the fourth annual Capital City Film Festival, the movie and music celebration returning to downtown Lansing April 10-13, announced its first set of musical acts today.
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Friday, February 7,2014

‘Unleaded’ conversation

Talk with Lansing native filmmakers about their Detroit-made film Friday night

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, Feb. 6 — What’s love like through a bulletproof glass? That’s the question asked by the Detroit-made romantic comedy “Detroit Unleaded.” And if the answer is a little fuzzy, then this Friday is your chance to clear things up.
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Wednesday, February 5,2014

Out On the Town

by City Pulse Staff
THURSDAY, FEB. 6 >> ‘Slavery to Freedom: An American Odyssey’ Speakers Series Rochelle Riley is a busy woman. She’s a Detroit Free Press columnist, a blogger, an author and advocate of improving race relations and the lives of children. She chats with Lansing...
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Wednesday, January 29,2014

Out On the Town

by City Pulse Staff
THURSDAY, JAN. 30-SUNDAY, FEB. 2 >> “Big Love,” by Peppermint Creek Theatre Co. It’s common for women to be nervous on their wedding day, but the 50 brides at the heart of this play have a right to take the cake — they’re being forced to marry t...
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