Oct 12 Wednesday
An evening with Anna Quindlen in conversation with Anne Curzan“Write for Your Life”6 PM | Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2022
An in-person event at Rackham Auditorium915 Washington Street
Free and open to the public
Best-selling author Anna Quindlen says recording our daily lives in an enduring form is more important than ever, urging all of us to pick up a pen and find ourselves. Join Anna Quindlen and Anne Curzan, LSA Dean and English Professor, for an in-person discussion about Quindlen’s book “Write for Your Life,” and learn how anyone can write and why everyone should.
This in-person event will also be live-streamed. A video recording will also be available on our website after the event.
Oct 13 Thursday
Join Michigan Radio's April Baer and the Stateside crew for a special "On the Road" event. We'll talk higher education with LCC president, Dr. Steve Robinson.
Then, we'll have some pre-Halloween fun with the team behind Quality Scary - Lansing's monthly horror show and live comedy show.
Musician and DJ Joe Hertler will be spinning music all night long and talking about his latest projects. Plus, even more from Lansing's local purveyors of scary stories, scary decor, and spooky fashion. Costumes optional, but fun is mandatory! Join us!
This is a free Michigan Radio event.
Oct 20 Thursday
In April, 2023, you can join Michigan Radio News Director Vincent Duffy on a deluxe river cruise to Holland and Belgium during tulip time. You'll join other Michigan Radio listeners who share your passion for art, gardens, culture, history, and food. Learn more about this trip in this free online information webinar.
Oct 21 Friday
Wait Wait Stand-Up TourMichigan Theatre Friday, October 21, 2022
General public sales start Friday, July 29 at 10 am
Doors open at 6:00 PM for the event. This show is recommended for mature audiences.
It’s the Wait Wait Stand-Up Tour — a night of stand-up-comedy featuring some of Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me’s funniest panelists.
Wait Wait’s panelists are a talented bunch — some of the most hilarious and insightful people in the country. You’ve heard them answering questions on Wait Wait — subject to FCC limitations. Here’s a chance to enjoy a full evening of their brilliant stand-up comedy.
Your host is veteran stand-up and Wait Wait regular, Alonzo Bodden. Joining him in Ann Arbor are Maz Jobrani, Helen Hong, and Negin Farsad!
There never seems to be enough time on the weekly radio show to really get to know our incredibly talented and funny panelists. So, we’re taking them on tour. See you soon!
Oct 08 Saturday
Across the nation, the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's® is full of flowers, each carried by someone committed to ending this disease. Because like flowers, our participants don't stop when something's in their way. They keep raising funds and awareness for a breakthrough in the fight against Alzheimer's and all other dementia.
Your health and safety are our top priorities. We will continue to closely monitor CDC, state and local guidelines to ensure Walk events adhere to the latest recommendations.
Flint - 10.8.22 Walk Grand Rapids - 10.8.22 Walk Kalamazoo - 10.8.22 Walk Ann Arbor - 10.9.22 Walk Detroit - 10.29.22 Walk
For more Michigan Locations and Dates go to: www.alz.org/walk
Oct 11 Tuesday
RCL welcomes Kalamazoo author Anne Dueweke to discuss her new book, The Reckoning.
Join us for a conversation about Reckoning: Kalamazoo College Uncovers Its Racial and Colonial Past. Donna Odom, Kalamazoo College class of ‘67 and founder of the Society for History and Racial Equity, will talk with author Anne Dueweke, Kalamazoo College class of ‘84, about her new book. Beginning with the college’s founding in 1833 during the era of Indian Removal, Reckoning follows the development of the college through the Civil War, the long period of racial entrenchment that followed Reconstruction, minstrel shows performed on campus in the 1950s during the rise of the Civil Rights movement, Black student activism in the wake of Martin Luther King’s assassination, the quest for multiculturalism in the 1990s, and the recent activism of a changing student body.
*This event is part of the Meet Michigan Authors series. Meet Michigan Authors programs are made available through a collaboration of the Richland Community Library, Gull Lake Area Rotary Club, Friends of Richland Community Library, and the Croasdale Family.*
Oct 15 Saturday
Come and share a poem, story, joke, or song! Or just come and listen. The Timid Poet Open Mic night is the third Saturday of every month at 2208 Winchell Avenue in Kalamazoo, Michigan 49008. Whether you’ve just written your first poem or you’re a seasoned pro, this is a great space to share your creativity. Everyone is welcome! Our next Open Mic is Saturday, November 16, 2019. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with readings beginning at 7 p.m. You may bring your books of creative writing to sell. Facilities and snacks are provided by the Phoenix Community Church. You can also keep informed by following the Timid Poet Underground blog or Facebook page at
https://timidpoetunderground.blogspot.com or https://facebook.com/timidpoetunderground
Nov 03 Thursday
Bill Burr will be joining us at Van Andel Arena on November 3rd at 7:00PM.
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