Since the summer of 1974, Bailey Neighborhood residents (and anyone else who likes ice cream) have gathered for an annual evening of ice cream and community. This year, there's an opportunity for social-goers to support improvements to Bailey Park. Christopher Wardell has the scoop.
East Lansing's Summer Solstice Jazz Festival returns in a different location this year, with performances from the Lansing Symphony Big Band, Sunny Wilkinson, The Gathering Orchestra and more. ELi's Andrew Graham reports.
Remember walking to school with your friends? This year ELPS, Safe Routes to School and parent volunteers have teamed up to update the tradition . ELi's Jessy Gregg reports on what's new, and what's just like you remember.
“There’s nothing quite as good as a warm piece of fried dough with sugar on it,” Gauthier said. “It’s one of those simple pleasures in life. It’s comforting. It’s delicious, it just makes you feel right at home.” ELi's Sarah Spohn gets the skinny on Groovy Donuts just in time for National Donut Day.
The newly-opened Broad MSU Art Lab will offer art, music, film, "Ask Me Saturdays" and...a pirate printmaking workshop. ELi's Christopher Wardell reports on the newest addition to the East Lansing arts scene.
Jon Kermiet, Director of the annual Race for the Place, is continuing that work even into retirement, as he has a personal connection to the cause of addressing domestic violence. ELi's Jessy Gregg reports.
To celebrate the publication of his first book and thank his supporters, bagpiper and composition student Duncan Petersen-Jones is hosting a concert at The Peoples Church this Saturday. (We're all invited, too.) Ann Nichols reports.