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Cooper has had some head-spinning experiences at the top of the international music world. Before he came to Chicago last July, he was the first American to play principal horn in the Berlin Philharmonic. more
Mike Sherman, aka Big Sherm, is familiar face in Lansing’s music scene. He’s known locally as not only a longtime sound guy at Mac’s Bar, but also as a musician in his own right. more
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 Ascended Masters Ministry (IAMM). more
I didn’t know it at the time, but I grew up in a modernist home. From the outside, our home looked like most vintage ’50s ranch-style homes. more
Early in his book “Lansing’s Young Architects,” author Jim MacLean points out that Eustace Hall at Michigan State University is his favorite structure designed by Lansing architect William Appleyard. more
Time seems to dangle like a droplet of water when the tumult of the Lansing Symphony dies down and the round tones of Guy Yehuda’s clarinet hang in the air for a fleeting minute or two. more
Unveiled Tuesday night at the MSU Broad Art Lab, the winning paintings will be on display until Jan. 21. more
The tangled tree of jazz, from its bitter roots to its heady blossoms, stands at the center of MSU’s Sunday concerts celebrating the life of Martin Luther King. more
The journey of Emma Grrl, 26, the multi-instrumentalist bookworm troubadour behind the Lansing punk group She/Her/Hers, begins outside of San Diego. more
In 2010, photographer Ariniko O’Meara decided to go for a walk in her hometown. Three years later, she was still walking — all 537 miles of Lansing’s streets. more
Oigs Fest 4: Return of the Oigs! is an all-ages, all-day hard-rock and metal blowout at Mac’s Bar featuring a lengthy roster of heavy hitters. This year’s lineup includes Recorruptor, From Blue To Gray, Burial Party, Locust Point, Throne, Iron Mountain, Hokori, Teething, Pan, Hordes, Grave Moth and Wormfoot. more
Have a design in mind featuring characters from your favorite graphic novel? For the past three years, Curious Books in East Lansing has designed custom posters (and tattoos) for customers, thanks to Jesse Chastain. more
Contemplating the lineup of 2020 plays remaining this Pulsar season, there is much to get excited about. more
From love quarrels and battles with addiction to a small town-guy searching for love, Michigan filmmakers know their material better than anyone. more
Dylan Rogers is a busy guy. He and his wife, Jeana-Dee Allen, own and operate The Robin Theatre in REO Town while spearheading other musical and artistic endeavors, like fronting the Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle (LUVS), a theatrical gypsy-folk group. more
UrbanBeat, a budding hot spot for live jazz music, hosts Viva Jazz. The group comprises Lauren Rongo (flute), her son Adam Rongo (sax), Terry Newman (bass), Arlene McDaniel (piano) and Ian Levine (drums). more
Listings for the New Year's Eve frenzy more
The jazz and classical music lovers of greater Lansing started out on Cloud Nine in 2019, and it only went up from there. more
Looking back at the area’s 2019 theater season, it was hard to pick out just one notable aspect. more
Reflecting on the businesses that opened and closed this year in Lansing more
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