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TUESDAY 11.01


Dagwood Tavern and Grill Open Mic Night hosted by Jen Sygit The Exchange Bob & Chris Johnson Mackerel Sky Gallery Paintings by Nicolette Rose Mac’s Bar Neon Tuesday Michigan Historical Museum Plowshares and Swords The Michigan Theatre The Undwellable City MSU Museum- Main Gallery Mask: Secrets and Revelations Staples Family Concert Hall Mark Cox Stobers Bar Jazz Tuesdays


WEDNESDAY 11.02


Bovee UC Auditorium Native American Heritage Month: Featured Documentary: Reel Injun Connxtions Committed to Comedy Crunchy’s Founders Brewing Tap Takeover The Exchange The Chairmen of the Bored Mackerel Sky Gallery Paintings by Nicolette Rose Michigan Historical Museum Plowshares and Swords MSU Museum- Main Gallery Mask: Secrets and Revelations Perspective2 Studio BIG Nite Celebration The Purple Rose Theatre Escanaba in da Moonlight


THURSDAY 11.03


Chamichian Hall Violin Master Class with Pop Clarke Coco Joe’s Beach House Applause for a Cause Open Mic Night Connxtions Tim Kidd Dublin Square Avon Bomb & DJ Beats The Exchange Suzi & The Love Brothers The Loft Jimkata, Blue Effect, Seize the Karp Mackerel Sky Gallery Paintings by Nicolette Rose Mac’s Bar Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers Michigan Historical Museum Plowshares and Swords The Michigan Theatre Captain America: The First Avenger


BEST BET: Folk


JOEL MABUS, A LONGTIME EAST LANSING FA- VORITE, presents folk music as it should be: stripped down, heartfelt and quietly honest. A talented Michigan- based musician, Mabus is equally proficient on guitar, banjo, mandolin and fiddle, all of which he uses to create a multifac- eted and poignant live experience. With a deep and comforting voice, Mabus presents both a passionate interpretation


JOEL MABUS Nov. 11, 8-10:30 p.m. Unitarian Universalist Church, East Lansing $15; tenpoundfiddle.org


of classic folk tunes as well as his own material. His great- est asset may be his tendency to make intricate finger picking look and feel as if it were an innate ability–noth- ing distracts from the beauty of the sound. Reported by Kelly Caldwell


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Peppermint Creek Theatre God of Carnage Rubble’s Bar The Ragbirds, The Crane Wives Soaring Eagle Casino TNA Impact Wrestling World Tour Staples Family Concert Hall Robert Lindahl Unicorn Tavern Frog & the Beeftones Blues Jam


FRIDAY 11.04


Hannah Community Center Dracula: The Vampire Play Connxtions Tim Kidd Dublin Square Showdown & DJ Donnie D The Green Door The Smoking Jackets Mackerel Sky Gallery Paintings by Nicolette Rose Mac’s Bar The Specktators Michigan Historical Museum Plowshares and Swords The Michigan Theatre Captain America: The First Avenger MSU, Kresge Art Center Department of Art and History Guest Lecture: Henry Drewal Peppermint Creek Theatre God of Carnage Unitarian Universalist Church The Ragbirds CD Release Wharton Center Yamato - The Drummers of Japan


SATURDAY 11.05


Bahlke Field Alma College vs. Olivet College (Men’s Football) Central United Methodist Church Contra & Square Dance Connxtions Tim Kidd Dart Auditorium The Shrike Dublin Square Huckleberry Groove & DJ Beats The Exchange Summer of Sol First United Methodist Church Larry Martin’s World War II: In Their Own Words Grand Ledge Opera House Singers on the Grand “Mostly Movies” The Green Door Starfarm Hannah Community Center Dracula: The Vampire Play Larkin’s Other Place, Downtown Lowell Escanaba in da Moonlight The Loft The Bled, Decoder, Versus the Ocean, New Venice Mackerel Sky Gallery Paintings by Nicolette Rose Mac’s Bar I Fight Dragons, Protomen Michigan Historical Museum Plowshares and Swords The Michigan Theatre Captain America: The First Avenger Peppermint Creek Theatre God of Carnage Plachta Auditorium Chippewa Band-O-Rama Soaring Eagle Casino Shipshewana on the Road Veterans Memorial Library Birds of Prey Live Wharton Center MasterWorks 2: Mozart & Bruckner


SUNDAY 11.06


Chamichian Hall Flute Choir Recital Dart Auditorium The Shrike Grand Ledge Opera House Singers on the Grand “Mostly Movies” The Green Door Bad Gravy Blues Jam Mackerel Sky Gallery Paintings by Nicolette Rose Michigan Historical Museum Plowshares and Swords Michigan Women’s Historical Center and Hall of Fame Landscapes by Sue Preiss Pasant Theatre Butterfly: The Story of a Life Cycle


Pease Auditorium (EMU) Autumn Harmony with the Ann Arbor Concert Band Peppermint Creek Theatre God of Carnage Riverwalk Theatre Alas Poor Yorik Soaring Eagle Casino Shipshewana on the Road Staples Family Concert Hall Composition Recital Wharton Center Vienna Symphony Orchestra with The Eroica Trio


MONDAY 11.07


Dart Auditorium The Shrike The Exchange Easy Babies The Green Door Steppin’ In It Mackerel Sky Gallery Paintings by Nicolette Rose Michigan Brewing Company Kerry Clark Blues Company Open Mic/Jam Michigan Historical Museum Plowshares and Swords Michigan Women’s Historical Center and Hall of Fame Landscapes by Sue Preiss


TUESDAY 11.08


Dagwood Tavern and Grill Open Mic Night hosted by Jen Sygit The Exchange Bob & Chris Johnson Mackerel Sky Gallery Paintings by Nicolette Rose Mac’s Bar Neon Tuesday Michigan Historical Museum Plowshares and Swords Michigan Women’s Historical Center and Hall of Fame Landscapes by Sue Preiss Plachta Auditorium Native American Heritage Month: Keynote Speaker: Tatanka Means Staples Family Concert Hall Tuba/ Euphonium Concert Stobers Bar Jazz Tuesdays Wharton Center Wharton Center


WEDNESDAY 11.09


Bush Theatre, CMU The Robber Bridegroom Connxtions Committed to Comedy East Lansing East Lansing Film Festival The Exchange Pork Chop Express


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