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Favorite Things: Local musician A.J. Glaub and his rusty mixing console

My favorite thing is a Realistic Stereo Mixing Console from the ’80s. A dear friend stuck it in my hands in 2004, suggesting I would know what to do with it. I was 20, I’m 35 and a half now.
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Turn it Down: Mustard Plug’s Rick Johnson returns solo to Mac’s Bar
Friday, Jan. 24 @ Mac’s Bar, 2700 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing. All ages, 8 p.m., $15, $10 adv. For 15 years, Rick Johnson has …
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Oh, the urbanity: Yehuda, symphony airlift icebound audience to Paris
Mid-January is not a propitious time to pile more angst onto a pre-oppressed populace, already weighed down by foul weather and fouler …
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Peppermint Creek's cynical ‘Gloria’ lacks important nuance
Albert Camus once said, “Without work, all life goes rotten, but without meaningful work, the soul withers and …
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Riverwalk Theatre's ‘Boy Gets Girl’ is a potent look at romance and trauma
The “Boy Gets Girl” play at Riverwalk Theatre’s Black Box is nothing like a Hallmark movie. It’s not the kind …
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‘RESPECT: The Poetry of Detroit Music’ is a cultural tour de force
I’ve known M.L. Liebler for the better part 20 years now, and if he’s passionate about anything it’s poetry and …
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Sound Around explores the meaning of music at Broad Art Lab
Want to make some noise? Do you have a rock ‘n’ roll disposition, but think guitar music is old and in the way? …
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‘Letter from Birmingham Jail’ comes to life at Sycamore Creek
Ever since Tom Arthur, the pastor of the Sycamore Creek United Methodist Church, acquired the building on South Pennsylvania Avenue …
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Here come the suns: David Cooper rides his horn from Lansing to Chicago
Anyone who loves what they do for a living is lucky, but David Cooper is in a league all his own. In the darkest time of year, you …
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Turn it Down: Big Sherm talks ‘Funk Night’ at Mac’s Bar
Wednesdays @ Mac’s Bar, 2700 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing. 18+, 9 p.m. Mike Sherman, aka Big Sherm, is familiar face in …
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Pagans ring in the new year
Two weeks ago, Rev. Elayne Glantzberg, the high priestess of a local Wiccan community, led a group of Pagans in a Yule ritual at Inner …
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