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Get your folk on this weekend with concerts by the Wild Honey Collective and May Erlewine, plus a couple of mandolin workshops at Elderly Instruments. If that’s not your speed, there are plenty of other options for live music, as well as a gothic prom, an orchid show, two comedy events and much more. more
During a service last Sunday (Feb. 18), Zachariah Shipman, the new associate pastor of East Lansing’s University Lutheran Church, preached to the congregation, “Who can be saved? more
Friends of Historic Meridian, the nonprofit organization that operates the Meridian Historical Village and works to build and sustain public knowledge of local history, will kick off its 2024 lecture … more
  The classic fable “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” will make its way to the stage of the Wharton Center’s Pasant Theatre Saturday and Sunday afternoons (Feb. 24 and 25). Praised … more
In the 1760s, English jurist William Blackstone wrote, “It is better that 10 guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer.” Riverwalk Theatre’s current production, “The … more
From a Latinx Film Festival and a local hip-hop showcase to two winter-themed parties, an evening of love-themed audio plays, a Beatles tribute show and a whole lot more, this weekend provides plenty of entertainment for all in the Lansing area. more
How do you keep on being a parent after your son has been murdered? “Guac: The One-Man Show” is Manuel Oliver’s answer to that and other unthinkable questions. Oliver’s son, Joaquin, was one of 17 people killed in a 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida more
Lansing native Melissa White can expect to receive a golden gramophone with her name engraved on it come April. more
In promoting her new book, “The Waters,” author Bonnie Jo Campbell has been on a book tour that’s akin to Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in the number of stops. more
Compelling stories, gorgeous cinematography, sizzling salsa music, intimate family drama, hard-hitting politics, bone-deep horror and Spider-Man times infinity — how much can Michigan State University’s Latinx Film Festival pack into four days? more
Actors and Williamston Theatre co-founders John Lepard and Emily Sutton-Smith are pretty much the royal couple of the Lansing-area theater realm. Both have turned in so many memorable performances over the years that it may surprise local theatergoers that they haven’t performed together on stage since 2004. That 20-year streak has been broken with Williamston Theatre’s current production, “Maytag Virgin.” more
The world premiere of “Stevie and the Real World” climbed out of the depths of the Earth and rollicked at Michigan State University’s Fairchild Theatre this past weekend. more
Juggling homework with playing sold-out shows at music venues across the state isn’t a typical story for mid-Michigan teens, but Kanin Wren isn’t your average high schooler.   … more
In celebration of Black History Month, Friendship Baptist Church will host a free event 2 p.m. Saturday (Feb. 17) commemorating the historical achievements and traditions of African American gospel … more
    Lansing Community College’s Jazz Band is partnering with local dance company Happendance to offer a combination of live jazz and original choreography 7 p.m. Friday and … more
  For its second Dark Nights in Billtown event of the season, Williamston Theatre will present a staged reading of the new play “Phosphates and Fistfights,” by Michigan State … more
At the Tuesday evening (Feb. 6) premiere of “Funny Girl's” one-week run at the Wharton Center, the audience leapt to its feet as lead actress Katerina McCrimmon closed the show by belting out the musical's titular number. more
Lansing native Melissa White can expect to receive a golden gramophone with her name engraved on it come April. more
With Valentine’s Day coming up on Wednesday, Greater Lansing offers a selection of events this weekend for those who may not have time during the week for a full-fledged date night, from a love poetry showcase and a Valentine’s-themed burlesque and drag show to events singles will also enjoy, like concerts, plays, a bar crawl and much more. more
Despite a January eternity of gray days, you heard it here first: There will be sunshine in East Lansing all of this week. more
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