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“My hope is to help people bring the elements of yoga into their day-to-day,” said Belinda Thurston, 52, founder of Just B Yoga in REO Town. “Because if you’re going a little crazy with anxiety and fear, now is the time to find your breath and move that anxious energy in your body.” more
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It’s rare to move away and have a send-off like Amber Cordell, a local musician, did this month. more
In 2020, just about anything in the realm of tattooing has found a home in Lansing.  more
Had you told teaching specialist Nicole Shriner five years ago that she would be the head of the Distilling and Fermentation specialization at Michigan State University, she most likely would’ve laughed in your face. However, after training with Michigan’s godfather of craft brewing, she discovered teaching was her key to continuing a legacy. more
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A helpful list of beer centric events coming to town this fall. more
Nature’s Kyoor, a new shop selling its own in-house and locally outsourced CBD goods, has opened up on Saginaw Highway near the Lansing Mall. more
This week’s installment of “Locals Pick Locals” spans the pop universe without leaving Ingham County. Read on and listen along wherever you stream music. more
Ted Stewart, 52, Lansing, is the owner of Metro Retro, a punky thrift shop in Old Town that specializes in vintage clothing. Stewart closed down his shop shortly after dining rooms closed at restaurants and bars across the state. more
Nothing in this world combines exercise, diversion, travel, philosophy and safely fleeting human contact better than biking. It’s no wonder that this spring, a lot of people are rediscovering the bicycle as a glorious way to shake off the stink of quarantine. more
Whether it is discovering the mysterious genie’s lamp or racing against time to kill the vampire king, the GamePod escape room venue promises adventure, intrigue and a test of teamwork in its four themed rooms. more
Last week, what appeared to be a toilet paper noose was hung on the dormitory door of two black students at Michigan State University. more
The big lockdown of 2020 has temporarily tamped down the fire of live jazz in Lansing to embers of memory. To behold the flame once more, and offer hope for its return, the Jazz Alliance of Mid-Michigan is taking its annual International Jazz Day bash online. more
Enter Cozy Fest, a musical event that takes place in a humble house draped in blankets and pillows. It’s the blanket fort of your dreams, and there are more than a dozen bands set to perform. more
Cedar Street Art Collective’s Mitten Project, which tasks local artist to produce a swath of Michigan and Lansing-centric art, is gearing up for an auction and exhibition. more
Local hip-hop artist and bandleader, MikeyyAustin, released his new EP titled “Midnight Stereo” today and is available on all streaming services. more
Researchers found that fish can hear human-created, noises and that their ears are harmed by them. more
He doesn’t ever quit. Is he indefatigable? He ended 2019 by conducting three performances of the Riverwalk Holiday Cabaret concert and hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down. more
Candice Wilmore, 71, is a retired retail sales worker and photographer. She stays in the senior living apartment complex Friendship Manor, which is near the Frandor Shopping Center. more
The regulars at the Country Club of Detroit and longtime residents of Grosse Pointe might be surprised by the content of Carrie Cunningham’s debut book of essays. more
This weekend, when the Nashville-based Kyle Daniel headlines The Loft, fans of the emerging Americana-rock band will see a familiar face next to Daniel: Seth Rentfrow. more
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