“Michigan Eats: Regional Culture through Food”
April 5-April 30, MSU Museum Heritage Gallery
This exhibit examines Michigan cookbooks and a variety of food-centered celebrations, from fish fries to cherry and berry festivals, which have been an important part of Michigan history. It also looks into the history of Michigan made and grown products like Kellogg Cereal, maple syrup, and apples.
“The Who’s Tommy”
April 9-19, MSU Auditorium
A rock musical that tells the story of a deaf and blind kid who amazes all with his pinball talents.
“The Clean House”
April 23-26 and April 30, Peppermint Creek Theater
This funny play takes a look at class, comedy and the true nature of love.
April 2, Mac’s Bar,
Like things simple? Then head on over to Mac’s to hear several musicians performing with nothing but their voices and guitars.
April 14 and 15, Green River Café
Enjoy some local, organic food while treating your ears to the sounds of MSU jazz musicians. Event is free for students and starts at 7:30 pm both nights.
The Verve Pipe
April 17, Small Planet, 8 pm
Check out the group that brought the song “Freshman” and ‘Photograph” to the world without paying the big bucks. Catch the show for only $15 in advance or $20 at the door.