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Roark, who’s known for her striking, Bowie-esque stage attire, chatted with City Pulse about her Favorite Thing. Here’s what she had to say: more
Aside from being an art teacher at Mid-Michigan Leadership Academy, and leading the Lansing Ghostbusters, Ryan Holmes is also a well-known chalk artist about town. more
It’s surprising that during this year’s presidential campaign there have been no advertisements recognizing the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote in all elections. more
Owosso’s Lebowsky Center for the Performing Arts’ production of “Cinderella” isn’t exactly like the fairytale generations grew up with. This “Cinderella” is better. more
The stark black and white biological diagrams of “Gray’s Anatomy,” drawn by Henry Vandyke Carter, might not give off the same fuzzy feelings you get from your favorite homemade quilt, but they’re a surprising source of inspiration for artist and quilt crafter Milie Funk. more
Dedria Humphries Barker was about 9 years old when she first knew she was a writer. That’s when she won movie tickets writing about her dad for a Father’s Day contest at school. She still remembers the film’s title: “‘101 Dalmatians’” she said. more
Since its formation eight years ago, Tyrant has played its incredibly fast, furious and organic metal on four national tours. The Lansing-based road warriors, so far, have gigged in 38 cities in 21 different states. more
My favorite thing is a first edition of Virginia Woolf’s “A Room of One’s Own,” published in 1929. This book is special, not just for the startling beauty of Woolf’s writing, but also as an artifact that speaks to Woolf’s life and her philosophies about gender. more
As the nation’s top “Gangbuster,” a potent protector of the American way of life and the impenetrable firewall between the Red Menace, Nazis and democracy, J. Edgar Hoover served 42 years as the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. more
Sam Shepard’s play “True West” has been lauded as a masterpiece that addresses themes of sibling rivalry, family dysfunction, masculinity and the mythos of the Old West versus the genteelness of suburban life. more
Ágnes Mócsy did not always want to be a theoretical physicist. Like a lot of us, she at first failed to see the beauty and grace hidden within those stale science textbooks. more
For its 13th year, the MSU Comics Forum snagged a monster of a keynote speaker. Looking much like one of her own grand, defiant and magnificent characters, comics creator Emil Ferris did her best to draw out the monsters lurking inside a packed room at the MSU Library Friday night. more
Nominate your favorite people, places and businesses for Top of the Town 2020! more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor and the Arts Council of Greater Lansing gathered below the Shiawassee Street Bridge in Rotary Park to announce $157,500 in arts grants earlier today. more
SOS is used in over 130 locations around the world as an educational tool and research display system. MSU hopes that students and faculty can use the technology to present their own findings.  more
Krissy Booth, known for her sleek-pop prowess, returns Friday to The Avenue Café to perform at Culture Clash, a monthly event highlighting diverse genres and artforms. more
It’s a rare weekend when there isn’t some type of poetry event in Greater Lansing. more
Mexican lucha libre wrestling, a bombastic high-flying spectacle of physical prowess featuring flamboyant masked wrestlers, is returning to The Fledge Saturday by way of Capital Pro Wrestling. more
The Capital City Film Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary as it returns to Lansing from April 9-18. more
Enter “Into the Woods,” now playing in the completely refurbished comforts of MSU’s Fairchild Theatre. more
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