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This week's show features a new guest, Brett Decker of Defiance College. Decker discusses why it might be a wise decision for Joe Biden to pick Gov. Whitmer as his running mate. more
East Lansing may look like a ghost town now, but that will change when students return to Michigan State University this fall. more
In these uncertain times, wouldn’t you like to have a better picture of the future? For some, tarot cards offer a supernatural sense of knowing and control. more
Following suit with countless other institutions making the digital pivot, Lansing Art Gallery and Education Center’s summer camp programs for children are now tending to its budding artists … more
I decided my favorite things are actually all the numerous items that my mom had given me through the years or items that were my mom’s. Her “treasures.” more
There are unselfish (and selfish) reasons to get in on “Acts of Care,” a community-based art installation that will mark the Sept. 1 reopening of MSU’s Broad Art Museum. more
State records show that recreational marijuana sales climbed more than eightfold since December and have rested at more than $10 million weekly since last month. Lansing is quickly cementing itself as a major player in that statewide market. more
Why put on a full face of makeup when there’s nowhere to go? Bonnie Louise believes that makeup is a form of self-expression that everyone should have access to. more
Vintage Junkies, a locally owned one-stop shop for quirky vintage housewares, has relocated to a new brick-and-mortar location on Washington Avenue. more
East Lansing record shop Flat, Black & Circular has been open for retail since the start of June, and manager Jon Howard said that business has practically returned to normal.  more
In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, Capital Area District Libraries is still working hard to be an effective community resource. more
The city of Lansing is still looking for artistic designs for a permanent public installation for the northeast corner of Reutter Park in downtown Lansing. more
Turn your regular bike ride into a citywide clue-hunting adventure at the 5th annual Lansing Bike and Seek. more
The show is returning from its hiatus. Starting next week, Mac's Comedy Night will be hosted on Thursdays at Replay Entertainment Exchange.  more
Working class musicians are facing a conundrum. The success of their careers depends on their ability to pack a ton of people into one room. We all know that that isn’t exactly feasible right now.  more
With help from the community and a generous donation from the Lansing Art Gallery, the mural will return to its former glory.   more
This week, Turn it Down! takes a look at underground Michigan-made garage-rock. more
This week’s review comes with a disclaimer: These powerful cannabis concentrates available at dispensaries in Lansing are not your grandfather’s brick weed. more
While reading Miles Harvey’s latest book, I was reminded of “Popeye” character J. Wellington Wimpy’s famous catchphrase: “I’ll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.” more
The Lemonade League, a two-team summer league with quirky rules and yellow baseballs, is bringing America’s pastime back to Cooley Law School Stadium more
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