ELi's Chris Wardell previews the folk/bluegrass/roots music series lineup which this year mixes familiar favorites (Mid-Winter Singing and Folk Festival) with the new, including a play and a performance by a local dancer.
Sunday’s “One Book, One Community” discussion centered on the struggle for affordable housing and the effects of eviction as described by Matthew Desmond in his Pulitzer Prize-winning book. Anaiis Rios-Kosaga, a graduate of ELi’s Summer Youth Journalism program, brings us this report.
ELi's Chris Wardell introduces us to The Dangling Participles, a merry band of musicians who also happen to know a thing or two about language composition. Part of the band will play this Friday's Coffeehouse show alongside many other community favorites.
ELi's Sarah Spohn takes us inside the house at Hagadorn and Grand River Avenue and into a world bursting with color and camaraderie. B/A Florist has been in the business of selling flowers for 40 years because of the community relationships the staff has cultivated over the past four decades.
ELi's Chris Wardell writes that Tom Mason and the Blue Buccaneers' raucous stage antics include costume changes, a few growls, and more “arrrghs” than you can shake a sword at. They'll play a 7 p.m. show at the Pump House this Wednesday.
The weather forecast this weekend calls for plenty of sunshine and numerous options to explore the outdoors in and around East Lansing. ELi's Jonathan Townley pinpoints places and events to consider as you plan your activities.
Dane Porter's “Lemon Grass" sculpture now graces the entrance of Valley Court Park. ELi's Brad Minor reports on the first project to be completed using donated funds from the city's Percent for Art program.
The Michigan State University Department of Theatre’s Summer Circle has delighted audiences for the past six decades. ELi reporter Jonathan Townley describes why this venue remains a special destination for performers and theatergoers alike.
ELi's Amalia Medina brings us a preview of the Broad Museum exhibition, “The Edge of Things: Dissident Art Under Repressive Regimes,” and tells us how its curator found art to be her primary vehicle for storytelling.