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Michigan History Museum flips the script with new exhibit

The everyday objects stored in closets, basements and thrift stores across Michigan have a story to tell that’s more interesting than meets the eye. For its new exhibit, "The Secret Lives of Michigan Objects," the Michigan History Museum highlights the lesser known tales of household items until May 2020.
A heart for the arts 
FRIDAY, June 21 — MSU Federal Credit Union on West Road was revitalized Thursday for the opening reception of a …
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'New Americans Got Talent' celebrates Refugee Awareness Week
In the gymnasium of St. Casimir Catholic Church, an assembly of Lansing’s refugees gathered to perform traditional songs and …
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Repairing the soul at ‘Deer Camp’
The title, “The Deer Camp: A Memoir of a Father, a Family and the Land that Healed Them,” might mislead you to think the …
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Ominous warning in Owosso Community Player's 'Cabaret'
Perhaps you vaguely recall the 1972 movie version of “Cabaret,” which featured a dazzling Liza Minelli as Sally …
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Turn it Down: Rod Melancon and Fareed Haque
  Rod Melancon Thursday, June 27 @ The Loft, 414 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing. All ages, $10 door, $8 adv., 7:30 p.m. Rod …
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You can say more when you know more
Last year, Timothy Blackmon and Tissa Khosla, joined by drum and bass players, brought the dizzying sounds reminiscent of the …
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Etienne Charles: Joy and sorrow
The longest days of summer, a nationally acclaimed new album, a long-deferred homecoming and sudden, unexpected loss — Etienne …
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Jane Bunnett: Each gig could be the last
Jane Bunnett’s fire-and-ice Afro-Cuban vibe is unlike anything else in jazz. The Toronto-based saxophonist and her young band, …
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Don’t dare duck out: Jam-packed Summer Solstice Jazz Festival pulls out the stops
A hit of Trinidad and Tobago, a cruise across Cuba, a dip to Detroit and just about every good thing MSU’s jazz program has to …
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The people on the other side of the fence
WEDNESDAY, June 19 — Anyone wandering through Old Town Saturday afternoon might have passed a group of colorfully clad …
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