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The 26th annual Summer Solstice Jazz Festival returned to downtown East Lansing this weekend, showcasing 19 bands over two days.
Ovalles achieves this sought-after aesthetic through shopping in the men’s section of the thrift store, tying bandanas around her neck, rocking a good pair of boots, and the ubiquitous, gender-neutral pearl choker.
"Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations" brought Motown to Lansing with the classic music and moves of blues. Theater reporter Liz Nass once again gives her take on the show. Spoiler alert!
Former State News writer and J-School alum Aaron Foley is releasing his debut novel, Boys Come First, describing the book as an authentic piece of queer fiction that also represents Detroit as a whole from his perspective.
AAPI Heritage Month is celebrated during May to honor Asian and Pacific Islanders who contributed to the history, culture and achievements of the United States.
The internet has drifted into the courtroom. The phenomenon of the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial has swept the court of public opinion, allowing for everyone with a Twitter account to issue a verdict.
The 59th Annual East Lansing Art Festival is running Saturday, May 21 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and today, May 22 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Here's an inside look into some of the artists.
Sam Primack, the alternate actor of Evan Hansen on the national tour of Dear Evan Hansen explains how the show has changed him, "For Forever."
"Everything, Everywhere, All At Once" is absurd in the first moment and genuinely heart-breaking the next. Read our culture reporter's review to find out what moment in particular brought her to the breaking point of bursting into tears the second she talks about it (Hint: it is almost the entire film)
No matter what the style is for Joiner, Gisclon and Schulte, the motivation remains consistent: presenting themselves as more than just collegiate athletes.
Playa Bowls is a New Jersey-based restaurant founded by Robert Giuliani and Abby Taylor, which multiplied into more than 140 stores nationwide. The restaurants offer acai, smoothies, smoothie bowls, oatmeal bowls, coffee, cold-pressed juices, etc. And now, it's coming to East Lansing.