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The Lookout | November 1, 2020

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Arts & Entertainment

‘Stages of Change’ will go live Sept. 25

September 22, 2020 |

By Julie Newell Associate Editor 

A new LCC performing arts group called “Stages of Change” is having its first performance on Friday, Sept. 25.  

The group is a combination of LCC students and alumni led by LCC Performing Arts Coordinator Paige Dunckel.  

“Melissa Kaplan … she used to be the production coordinator for performing arts … she really wanted to … Read More

Review: ‘Guaranteed’ cheesy fun

September 22, 2020 |

Four Stars out of Five

By Maddy WarrenEditor In Chief

It seems as though Netflix subscribers are guaranteed a new, sappy rom-com every week.

The streaming platform continued its endless thread of cheesy original films with the release of … Read More

Artwork is ‘popping up’ downtown

September 15, 2020 |

By Chloe GreggStaff Writer

For the past several months, two nonprofit organizations, the Lansing Art Gallery and Education Center and Downtown Lansing Inc., have teamed to “Lift Up” the spirits of Lansing locals during this troubling time.

The organizations have … Read More

Review: New series supernaturally good

September 15, 2020 |

Five out of Five Stars

By Julie NewellAssociate Editor

Binge watching TV shows has become an artform. There are so many different streaming services now, that one can watch an entire TV series in a week without having to worry … Read More

Review: ‘Children of the Sea’ breathtaking

September 15, 2020 |

Three Stars out of FiveBy Joanna MacGownFreelance Reporter

“Children of the Sea,” now streaming on Netflix, is a strange movie, even by anime standards, and I find it hard to recommend to anyone but animation buffs like myself. But if … Read More

JazzFest, BluesFest plan virtual concert

September 9, 2020 |

By Chloe GreggStaff Writer

Although there won’t be any dancing in the streets or street vendors for this year’s Old Town BluesFest, there will be just as much jazzy blues and fun.

Normally an annual live event in Lansing’s Old … Read More

‘Mulan’ reboot has more serious theme

September 8, 2020 |

Four out of Five Stars

By Julie NewellAssociate Editor

For the past decade, Disney has been on a mission to recreate its classic animated films into live-action films. The most recent of those remakes is the much-anticipated movie, “Mulan.”

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Farmers markets have fresh food, more

September 2, 2020 |

By Maddy WarrenEditor In Chief

Lansing-area residents were left with a limited number of entertainment options after businesses temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

As of now, most entertainment facilities in the area are still shut down, … Read More

Woldumar offers healthy, outdoor fun

September 2, 2020 |

By Julie NewellAssociate Editor

Autumn is approaching and the trees are showing signs of changing color. Many people are working from home, many schools are doing virtual learning, and people are encouraged to not go out as much and … Read More

Food review: Olympic Broil satisfies

September 1, 2020 |

Five out of Five Stars

By Chloe GreggStaff Writer

Olympic Broil is one of Lansing’s best kept secrets. With its blue and white Sonic-like building and traditional great American menu, it’s no wonder Olympic Broil is packed during dinner time … Read More