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Brian Farnham was on a roll, but like most Greater Lansing actors, the pandemic put the brakes on his career. more
Who knew that nestled in his basement, wedged into a V-shaped double stack of keyboards, the surgically funky organist even looks like a needle in a subterranean groove? more
John Warmb, multi-instrumentalist and chief songwriter behind Lansing folk punk band Rent Strike, is taking the time to produce demos for his upcoming projects, should the world ever get back into order. more
Right now, my favorite thing is “Babylon Berlin,” a German television series that streams on Netflix. more
If you are a reader who stockpiles books on the bedside table, you are one of the fortunate ones. Start digging in. more
At just 14 years old, Kanin Elizabeth Thelen already has the voice of an old-soul — and it’s pitch perfect. more
Jaali and his mother, Doppsee, are in excellent health, nuzzling and schmoozing with keepers and charming the world to distraction via Potter Park’s Facebook page. more
As musicians suffer lost income from the vast wave of show cancelations, the classic Lansing concert series is providing artists some much-needed financial solace. more
When scavenging through a collection of books, you never know what you are going to find. But first, you must look. more
Nearly every live performance has been moved online, canceled or postponed, as the severity of coronavirus prevention measures escalate. more
In the ’60s, there was this belief that you could only read the boldly colored, swirling posters used to advertise rock concerts if you were tripping or stoned. more
My favorite thing would be my prayer beads. They are jade green and are always on my right wrist. I was born in Japan, but grew up in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, and have been in the Lansing area since I was 13. more
Capital City Film Festival announced in a press release today that — in response to COVID-19 advisories from city and state officials — it is postponed until summer. more
Fronted by Virginia-based banjoist, singer and songwriter Gina Furtado, the Gina Furtado Project lays down catchy, relatable, original material that sounds both contemporary and traditional. more
The end of civilization may be nigh but at least we have the Internet. It is the perfect literal expression of Andy Warhol’s apocryphal prediction that — in the future — everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes. more
The global podcasting takeover has certainly spread its coiling headphone tendrils to Lansing. Whether you’ve been riding the podcast hype-train since its 2004 inception or you just started a few weeks ago, you’ll likely find yourself hard-pressed to stop once you start. more
Despite commendable acting and directing, the Curtainless Theatre’s adaptation of Orson Welles’ 1937 radio broadcast of Shakespeare’s “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar” might be better off as an audio play. more
Jack Goldsmith is one of those bread and butter innocuous names. It doesn’t stand out; however, when it is paired with “stepson of Chuckie O’Brien,” it jumps off the page — or, in this case, the book jacket of “In Hoffa’s Shadow: A Disappearance in Detroit and My Search for the Truth.” more
Think of the title "The Lion in Winter" for a moment. What comes to mind? If you saw this play first, as I did, as an innocent young person in the early-70s, you might recall a vague impression that it has something to do with aging, and the disillusionment that comes along with it. more
Thomas Lynch can’t get away from death. Last weekend, the longtime Milford funeral director, poet and essayist was at his summer home on Mullett Lake, fighting an invasion of mice that made it all the way into his silverware drawer while he was away for two months. more
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