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It takes audience members at BoarsHead Theatre about 10 minutes to figure out that Paul Riopelle and Neil Necastro aren't playing the part of two schizophrenic Irishmen.
Instead, they're part of a two-man show called "Stones In His Pockets" in which they play all 14 characters.
"Once the audience keys into that, it becomes really fun for them," Riopelle said.
Four hundred years from now, human beings still resort to violence to solve their problems, but they polish off people wearing snazzy clothes.
Lansing Some area wineries have mixed reaction to state Senate legislation approved on Thursday that would allow wineries inside and outside of Michigan to directly ship to consumers up to 1,500 cases of wine a year.
The chamber voted 35-0 to send the House bills that would let Michigan residents buy wine from out-of-state vintners.
The Old Town Commercial Association will kick off Holidays in Old Town today with a tree-lighting ceremony at 6:30 p.m.
Charlemagne will no longer be performing at (SCENE) Metrospace tonight.
The band cancelled Wednesday afternoon, but there will still be two other bands playing at the gallery tonight, said Emma Kruch of (SCENE) Metrospace.
She got her schooling as a ballet dancer and now she's shaking a leg all over the silver screen.
Charlize Theron's latest film is "Aeon Flux," a science-fiction thriller set to open nationwide tomorrow.
The holiday season is here. Well, at least according to retailers. Although Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Christmas, Bodhi Day, St.
The Casionauts will release a 3-inch CD split with The Hard Lessons and The Recital tonight at The Temple Club.
Stress of finals creeping up? Feeling a little culturally deprived lately? Just have that antsy, gotta-get-out-of-the-dorm feeling?
The East Lansing High School Ski Team is sliding a cinematic treat into town guaranteed to lift the sprits of outdoor enthusiasts for the colder half of the year.
At 7 p.m.
The weather outside is frightful a skier's paradise.
"We're the only ones who get excited about it getting cold, about the snow falling," said human biology junior and Spartan Ski Club member Ashley Delzer.
College students live double lives. In our respective college towns, we're scholars, slackers, socialites or some combination of the above.
Performing at an art gallery seems like an ideal venue for Charlemagne. The spacey, indie-pop band's second album "Detour Allure" is full of thoughtful lyrics, soothing pop melodies and calm vocals.
As the temperatures drop below freezing in East Lansing, many students are turning to bulky sweaters and sweats to stay warm.
The State News presents five things going on in the world of pop culture that might make your life a little bit better:
Lloyd Ward wants to know how many pushups he can do in 60 seconds.
The MSU alumnus is challenging MSU students tonight during halftime at the men's basketball game versus Georgia Tech.
Ward, chairman and CEO of BodyBlocks Nutrition System Inc., will compete against five students to try to break the Guinness world record for pushups in one minute.
Campus dance team Urban Dreams is putting on its first annual hair and fashion show at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
"Call of Duty 2: Big Red One" hits its mark for the Xbox system.
Activision had a successful game with the original "Call of Duty" and took a chance on the second one and made it even better.
The gameplay is relatively smooth and keeps the gamer involved throughout the game as the player progresses through the stages of war.
Some of the better aspects of "Duty" are the various types of guns that are presented.